Northern Ozaukee School District
Open Enrollment 2018-2019
Welcome New Families
Hello and welcome to the Northern Ozaukee School District.
Whether you are a new family to our school district or a family considering Open Enrollment for the 2018-2019 school year, we thank you for selecting one of our schools.
We are excited that you have chosen us as your child's school district of choice and do understand that through open enrollment, you may have chosen more than one open enrollment option at this time.
If you are a new resident to our district, please contact our Registrar, Ann Baumann or any of our building school Secretaries: Kelly Bartow, Ozaukee HIgh School; Sandra Henke, Ozaukee Middle School; or Michelle Ringwell, Ozaukee Elementary School. To obtain new resident registration materials.
If you have already submitted an application for Open Enrollment, a member of our our educational team will be connecting with you & your student in mid March. Will be happy to answer any questions that you may have at this time about our schools, your child’s educational learning style.
Please give our Registrar, Ann Baumann a call if you and your student would like a tour of our campus. We would enjoy the opportunity to show you first hand all that we have to offer our students and their families.
Until then, we encourage you to visit our website for additional information about each of our schools. We look forward to meeting with you and your student prior to school beginning in September.
About our Schools
Serves 343 students in grades 4K-grade 5.
We offer full-day 5-year-old kindergarten, full day or half-day 4-year-old kindergarten, and an early childhood program for preschoolers with special needs. Ozaukee Elementary has an ongoing partnership with the YMCA School Age Program.
Ozaukee Middle School
Serves 172 students in grades 6-8.
Ozaukee Middle School was one of only 25 Middle Schools (the only Wisconsin Middle School) from across the United States, U.S. Virgin Island, and the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) sites to receive the 2014 U.S Department of Education National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Award.
Ozaukee High School
Serves 229 Students in grades 9-12.
Ozaukee High School was recently recognized as a recipient of the 5th Annual AP Honor Roll. This honor is awarded to those districts - 547 in the U.S. and Canada that simultaneously achieved increases in access to Advanced Placement courses for a broader number of students and also maintained or improved the rate at which their AP students earned scores of 3 or higher on an AP Exam.
The OHS motto is " Be Responsible... Respectful.. and Ready to Learn".
Wisconsin Virtual Learning
WVL serves 335 students in grades 4K-12.
A premier virtual public school with highly qualified and experienced Wisconsin-certified teachers with a track record of over a decade of student success. WVL offers a diverse selection of learning pathways including online classes, independent learning and curriculum choices to best meet the individual learning styles and needs of each of our students.
NOSD provides many support services, including RtI reading and math, guidance groups, and a full range of special education. Certified teachers teach art, music, physical education, and library media. Smaller class sizes allow teachers to know their students' learning styles and interests; they are also able to tailor instruction to meet student needs.
- February 5 - April 30 - OE Applications accepted.
- March - May - Calls to welcome new families.
- June 1-8 - Notification of student's approval or denial for enrollment.
- June 29 - Parent intent to enroll student is due to Enrollment Coordinator.
- July 1 - Student's school assignment mailed & emailed to families.
- July 1 - Alternative Enrollment opens for student who missed OE window.
- August - 28 - Back to School Picnic held for students & families on the NOSD Campus.