The original Nasonville School was built in 1960. Its six classrooms housed eight grades for a short time. In the fall of 1962, Nasonville and its sister school, East Fremont, became a part of the Marshfield School District. In 1981, the kindergarten, first, and second graders from both schools combined at East Fremont School while the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth graders moved to Nasonville School. In 1988 the Brey Architectural Study recommended that East Fremont be closed and its students moved to a remodeled Nasonville School. It took the district 12 years to save the money for the building project. The school board decided to build a new school rather than remodel the old one. For a fraction of the cost of a one-track school, the school could be built as a two-track school. This made good economic sense, and redistricting took place so that more families could benefit from the new building.
In 2012, Nasonville was recognized as a national Blue Ribbon School.
(i.e. county, towns, parishes, etc.) The Nasonville area includes the town of Lincoln, Rock, Cameron, Richfield, Lynn, and Fremont
Kindergarten – Sixth grade
40 full or part-time staff members
Many master level teachers
Tuition - NA
Book Fee – Same as district
Per pupil expenditure – Same as district
Total budget figure – $1,727,912
Cross Categorical Special Education services
Speech and Language