In June and July, the district will send enrollment buses throughout the city to enroll children for the 2018-19 school year. Milwaukee families will be able to learn about the quality educational options for their children and enroll students from the comfort and convenience of their own neighborhood.
Part-time teaching is a new option that offers a great work-life balance for retirees or teachers balancing family and career. A limited number of positions are available. MPS also offers a track to a teaching license for individuals who meet specific criteria, including those with a bachelor’s degree looking to make a career change. Representatives at the Career Fair can provide details.
Principals and school leaders will be on site to offer on-the-spot interviews. Candidates should bring several copies of their resume. Selected candidates will be moved directly onto a pre-employment track that will require additional documents, background check, and other steps.
Check out these exciting reasons to work for MPS!
- Excellent benefits including health, dental, and vision insurance, professional development, pension, and tuition reimbursement
- Nearly 160 schools across the city that include options for bilingual education, language immersion, Montessori, Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate programs, special education, and more
- Technical education programs including agriculture, automotive, business, construction, culinary arts, engineering, finance, health science, hospitality, information technology, manufacturing, marketing, and welding
- Rewarding work among a diverse student body in an urban setting
- Strong support and mentoring system for new teachers
- Pathways for career advancement including principal/administrative track
- MPS is home to seven of the top high schools in Wisconsin according to U.S. News & World Report and The Washington Post.
No registration is needed. If you cannot attend or have questions, call (414) 475-8224. For more information, visit our Career Fair web page.
South Division High School is located at 1515 W. Lapham Blvd. in Milwaukee and offers plenty of free parking.
We cordially invite you to attend the Milwaukee Public Schools Enrollment Bus Kickoff event. This year the district is taking enrollment buses throughout the city in June and July to enroll children for the 2018-19 school year. Families can enroll students in the convenience of their own neighborhood! Please join MPS Interim Superintendent Dr. Keith Posley for this celebration.
Wednesday, June 27 at 10:00 a.m.*
5225 W. Vliet Street, Milwaukee, WI 53208
*Rain date is Thursday, June 28 at 10:00 a.m. at the same location.
Sign up now—stay on track to graduate, or discover and explore! MPS is offering two sessions for learning this summer: June Term (J-Term) from June 4 to 29, and Summer Academy from July 2 to 27. Students can attend one or both sessions. All city of Milwaukee residents, grades K5 to 12, are eligible and can enroll at select sites.
Both sessions are designed for summer fun and will include science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM), music, outdoor activities, field trips, and more! Students can catch up, get ahead, or just have fun learning. Summer classes help students strengthen and retain skills so they start strong in the fall. High school students can earn up to one credit in each session through credit recovery, credit acceleration, and/or internships.
J-Term and Summer Academy are free! J-Term provides learning for students on the early start calendar, since their school year ends in mid-May. Summer Academy is available for students on both the traditional and early start calendars. Traditional calendar students looking for options in June are encouraged to look at the variety of summer enrichment camp offerings that can be found on the J-Term website.
The summer program has many community partners to deliver art, coding, music, theater, outdoor education, STEM, and many other offerings. Field trips to local museums and nature centers will allow students to discover their community. Summer enrichment camps allow students to explore new ideas and abilities.
Child care is provided through the MPS Recreation Department; fees may apply. Summer child care provides educational activities in a safe environment with caring, trained instructors.
This year, registration for elementary and middle school students will take place online through the MPS Parent Portal. Families who need to create an account or need assistance can visit MPS Central Services at 5225 W. Vliet St. or phone 414-475-8159. High school students should register with their guidance counselor.
To learn more, talk to the parent coordinator in any MPS school or find out more on the J-Term and Summer Academy pages of the MPS website.