The School District of Sheboygan Falls seeks to provide a quality education to the children of our community. Our district provides small class sizes with a dedicated staff who provide a family atmosphere. We are proud that our mission statement is “to challenge and support students on their own learning paths within and beyond the classroom.’’
We fulfill our mission through four basic tenets: We are a community. We are professionals. We innovate. We support the whole student.
As we seek to provide a quality education, we know that there are many needs to be met for those who have children in our schools and for those with younger children who will join us in the future. We also realize child care challenges can play a huge role in a family’s decision as to where their child goes to school.
We are seeking your input regarding child care needs for children ages birth to 5K in the community and the viability of a child care center housed within the school. The terms “day care” and “child care” and “child care center” are used interchangeably throughout this survey; all refer to child care services that are provided during daytime hours for children birth to 5K only. This survey does not pertain to after-school child care programming for school-age children.
This survey is specific to Sheboygan Falls and the residents of our community. The valuable information from this survey is one part of a larger picture related to child care in Sheboygan County. Later this year, the United Way of Sheboygan County will be conducting a county-wide survey to assess child care needs.
We encourage you to take both surveys as both will be used to create a comprehensive picture of child care in the county and how it impacts our residents and employers.
The survey is anonymous and will only take 10-12 minutes to complete. The survey will close at 11:59 p.m. on Friday, October 13th. If you have questions, please call me at 920-467-7893.
Thank you in advance for your participation.
Zach Pethan, School District of Sheboygan Falls District Administrator
Ryan Wilinski, United Way of Sheboygan County/Community Partnership for Children