It is the intent of the Waterford Graded School District to:
- Empower each student with the attitude, knowledge and skills to become productive members of society by setting clear standards for high achievement.
- Employ a high performing team of administrators, teachers and support staff and value their collective contributions to improve the student’s learning experiences.
- Establish a respectful environment that encourages curiosity, cooperation, creativity, and critical thinking for all.
Community/School District Demographics
The Waterford Graded School District is located in Western Racine County and is part of the Waterford Union High School District. The district has existed in its current state since the last reorganization in the mid-1960s.
The district's current enrollment is housed in four buildings, all located in the Village of Waterford. Two of these building were added for the 2001-2002 school year and our middle school was extensively remodeled at that time.
|The district, which is part of the Waterford Union High School District, is spread over six growing municipalities, including the Village of Waterford, Village of Rochester, Town of Waterford, Town of Rochester, Town of Norway and Town of Dover.
It is with great pleasure and excitement that the Waterford Graded School District School Board announces the hiring of our new district administrator, Mr. Ed Brzinski. Mr. Brzinski comes to our district with 25 years of experience in education at the elementary and middle school levels. He has spent 20 years as a classroom teacher and 5 years as a principal and district administrator in Geneva Joint #4. Mr. Brzinski's strengths as an educator and leader were directly in line with the characteristics and attributes our community and staff desired in the next district administrator. With Mr. Brzinski's leadership, the school board is eager to build upon the outstanding success our district has already achieved due in no small part to the dedicated work of our talented teachers, staff, and administration along with the amazing support our schools receive from parents and community members. As the current school year comes to a close, a transition plan will be put into motion that introduces Mr. Brzinski to the district staff, parents and community.
Waterford Graded is proud to introduce our new educators for the 2015-2016 school year. These smiling faces met with all administrators as well as many staff members during orientation, which took place on August 17, 19, and 24th. If you see any of our new teaching staff, be sure to stop and say hello!
Pictured from left to right:
Bottom row: Eryn Catlin (Special Education, Trailside), Kasie Duffy (Special Education, Evergreen), Catherine Traub (2nd Grade, Woodfield), Noelle Koslo (Special Education, Woodfield), Becky Mohs (4K, Woodfield)
Top Row: Erin Kelly (5K, Woodfield), Stacey Loebel (Special Education, Trailside), Sue Ennis (School Counselor, Fox River), Katie Dornack (4K, Evergreen), Courtney Kruse (Special Education, Woodfield), Melissa Gudex (Early Childhood Special Education, Evergreen)
Not Pictured: Brenda Pendleton (2nd Grade, Evergreen), Marsella Aguilar (Library Media Specialist, District)