On November 6, residents who live in the Cedarburg School District will have the opportunity to vote on a $59.8 million facilities referendum.Read more
At the July Board meeting, the Cedarburg Board of Education decided to move forward with a November referendum for $59.8 million for facility improvements. The decision to put a referendum on the fall ballot was based on the identified needs around three major themes; capacity, teaching and learning spaces and safety and security.
The first week of August, all district residents will receive a fact sheet mailer on the proposed project that summarizes the need, identifies key priorities at each school, explains the tax impact and overall cost of the plan.Read more
What's Happening in Cedarburg Schools?
It has been another great school year here in the Cedarburg School District! As we head into the summer months, we have several pieces of good news to share with our alumni, supporters and community members. Check out some recent highlights.Read more
LRMP Proposed Solutions
Over the last three years, the Cedarburg School District has examined instructional and facility needs to maintain the District's high academic standards. Through the development of a Long Range Master Plan, the district identified planning for anticipated growth, supporting current and future needs of teaching and learning and improving safety and security as the top priorities to address. Proposed Solutions for each school as presented and approved by the School Board on April 23, 2018 can be found on the left side navigation bar for each school.Read more
Outstanding Events Slated for Spring in Cedarburg Schools
As the weather gets warmer here in Cedarburg, our schools, students and supporters will be hosting a wide range of events, concerts and performances. We invite all our alumni and community members to check out these events. We would love to see you in attendance!Read more
Cedarburg Alum Continues Lifelong Learning, Even Upon Retirement
One Cedarburg High School alumnus is celebrating a decorated and colorful career of national service. John Mitchel graduated with the class of 1965 and spent more than two decades in the U.S. Air Force before serving as a private contractor supporting the Department of Defense.Read more