About Our District
About Our District
About Our District

District Information

The Hustisford School District offers a comprehensive curriculum and instructional program similar in scope to other school districts of similar size in Wisconsin. In recent years students have been offered a growing list of educational opportunities using technology. This includes access to online advanced placement and enrichment courses, remedial and credit recovery courses, supplemental online curricular resources to support face-to-face instruction, and a strong emphasis in Career and Technical Education. A core academic and fine arts curricular program is available to all students.

The Hustisford School District has developed a solid and highly successful manufacturing program that connects with business and industry, a very strong business education program providing numerous courses needed for career and college readiness, and a growing family and consumer education program that has evolved to include medical occupations and food production courses.

In addition, the school district has spent a considerable amount of time and energy on teacher professional development with particular emphasis in improving reading achievement across all grade levels.

Hustisford also provides an expansive summer school program that supports both enrichment and remedial instruction across all grade levels.

The school board has invested a great deal in instructional technology, in addition to the recent replacement of the student management system – implementing Infinite Campus; purchasing a new student data management software – eduClimber; instituting the CESA # 6 Educator Effectiveness Project for teacher and principal evaluation and professional development; and the replacement of all district policies and administrative guideline through Neola Policy Services.

About Our District

District Mission:
The Hustisford School District is committed to empowering all students to learn the skills, acquire the knowledge and develop the attitudes necessary for them to reach their full potential as citizens who can meet the challenges of a changing global society.

About Our District:
The Hustisford School District covers 58 square miles, and our schools are located in the Village of Hustisford in the center of Dodge County.

John Hustis Elementary School is a 4K through 5th grade school. Enrollment is more than 200 students. Half-day, four-year-old kindergarten and full-day five-year-old kindergarten programs are available.

The Hustisford Jr./Sr. High School houses grades 6 through 12. There also are more than 200 students at this level. Advanced placement courses, courses in partnership with Moraine Park Technical College and virtual courses, along with the school's core curriculum, provide a wide range of learning opportunities for students. Many athletic (football, volleyball, wrestling, basketball, softball, soccer, and cheerleading) and co-curricular activities (academic bowl, drama, FFA, forensics, math bowl, mock trial, pep band, solo and ensemble, student council, and yearbook club) are available to our students.

Hustisford School District - At a Glance

  •    Pre-K-12 enrollment:  More than 400
  •    Instructional staff: 36
  •    Support staff: 23
  •    Leadership team: 7
  •    Number of schools: 2
  •    Operating budget:  Approximately $6 million
  •    Attendance rate:  95.9 percent
  •    Graduation rate:  97.2 percent
  •    Post-graduate, higher education rate:  87 percent
  •    Mascot: Falcon

District Administration

  • Heather Cramer, District Administrator
  • Mike Gerlach, Director of Financial Services
  • Terri Kreitzman, Special Education Director

District Support Personnel

  • Fred Miller, Technology Director
  • Kris Roeseler, Buildings and Grounds Supervisor
  • Cindy Fitzsimmons, Food Service Supervisor
  • JaNae Teer, School Psychologist
  • Emma Sawdey, Speech and Language Pathologist

Building Principals

  • Mr. Jacob Wichman, John Hustis Elementary School
  • Mr. Clint Bushey, Dean of Students,  Hustisford Jr./Sr. High School

Board of Education

The Hustisford Board of Education is made up of of seven elected members; elected to three year terms. Members of the school board are elected and represent the Village of Hustisford, rural areas, and one member at-large.  

The Board of Education holds regular public meetings at 6:30 p.m. on the third Monday of each month in the Hustisford Junior/Senior High School Library.

  • Hustisford School District
  • 845 South Lake Street  |  Hustisford, WI 53034
  • Phone: 920 349-8109  |  Fax: 920 349-3716