Mazomanie Elementary School can be found within walking distance to the renovated “Main Street” and all its community services and organizations. The 157 third to fifth-grade students enjoy studying and watching the town reconstruct its architectural history and renovate the buildings of yesteryear. The town’s heritage is also reflected in the cafeteria where the students have created murals of the Mazomanie community.

The committed staff delivers a comprehensive instructional program that includes grade-level benchmarks aligned with district expectations and state standards. Students also experience comprehensive programs in the arts, technology, and physical education. Wisconsin Heights Elementary Schools’ class schedules are built around “Literacy Blocks” and “Math Blocks” to ensure that all homerooms have substantial, uninterrupted blocks of time each day to focus on student learning in the areas of literacy and math.

The library media center is the hub of the school, and students participate in skill instruction and research. The library is open throughout the day, and thousands of books are available for research and enjoyment.

Small class size is another characteristic of Mazomanie School. We also have an active and supportive parent organization. Our parent volunteers further reduce the adult to student ratio and can be seen on daily basis working in the classrooms.

State and national expectations are met or exceeded by Mazomanie students. Tutorial support and special education services are also available to eligible students.

Students at Mazomanie participate in a wide range of school, grade level and classroom programs including Geography Bee, Spelling Bee, Math Contest, Student Council, concerts, and arts festivals.
We have a dedicated staff that works closely with our parents to produce responsible and respectful students who love to learn. We’re proud of our students and our school.