Thank you for completing online enrollment. Before you leave for school be sure to look over this page for any optional forms you may need to print and fill out for enrollment day. We have included short descriptions for each form so it will be easy to see if the forms apply to you.
The information the household adult provides on the application will be used for the purpose of determining eligibility and may be verified at any time during the school year by program officials. The information provided by the household adult on the application is confidential and will be used only for purposes of determining eligibility and verifying data. If you need any assistance in filling out the free and reduced application, please call your school office or the Food Service Office at 204- 4001. Our Office hours are 6:30am - 3:00pm, Monday through Friday. To apply for free or reduced price meals, households must fill out the application or the household income form in this link: mmsd.org/feewaiver (unless notified at the start of the school year that children are eligible through direct certification). If you do not have computer access, paper applications can be obtained at the school office, or you can call the food service office at 204-4001 for application assistance. The information provided on the application will be used for the purpose of determining eligibility and may be verified at any time during the school year by the school or school district. Applications may be submitted at any time during the year.
Within 30 days of admission to school in the fall, ALL new students must present evidence that they have received at least the first dose of each type of vaccine required for their grade level. Continuing students must meet the age and grade level requirements set by the state. Students in grades K-8 who have not received the required vaccinations will be EXCLUDED from school. Waivers are available for health, religious or personal conviction reasons. However, in the event of an outbreak of any vaccine- preventable disease, students not completely immunized against that disease may be excluded from school to prevent further spread of the disease.
Parents are urged to have their school-aged children (including those in middle and high school) fully immunized BEFORE the start of the school year.
School immunization requirements can be found here and on the Wisconsin Immunization Program site here.
Immunization forms are available from the schools at enrollment time and thereafter. Immunization information can be entered on-line. Parents can access immunization records for their children from the Wisconsin Immunization Registry (WIR). For more information about WIR access, click here.
Internal transfers are used for students that either:
- Moved outside the attendance area of the school or feeder schools that they have been attending and want to continue to attend their current school.
- Want to attend a school outside of their attendance area that they are not currently attending.
All internal transfers are approved or denied based on space availability.
Click here to find the Internal Transfer Application.
Click here to fill out online athletic forms (High School Only).
Click here to complete the Dual Language Immersion (DLI) Application. To learn more about the DLI program click here.
Click here if you wish to request early entrance to either 5 year-old Kindergarten or to First Grade for your child.
The Co-Residency form is used as address verification when a family is permanently residing in the home of another individual or family. Please see the form itself for more information regarding this process.
2013 Wisconsin Act 20, the 2013-15 biennial budget act, eliminated Part-Time Open Enrollment and, in its place, established a new program for students entitled Course Options. Course Options still provides a means for Wisconsin students to take courses offered by other Wisconsin school districts, but now also includes the opportunity for students to enroll in courses offered by charter schools, various institutions of higher education, and approved nonprofit organizations at no cost to the student.
Specifically, the new Course Options law allows a pupil enrolled in a public school district to take up to two courses at any time from an educational institution. Wisconsin Educational institutions are defined under the Course Options statute as:
- A public school in a nonresident school district;
- the University of Wisconsin System;
- a technical college;
- nonprofit institutions of higher education;
- a tribal college;
- a charter school; and
- a nonprofit organization that has been approved by the Department of Public Instruction (DPI).