Attendance and Transportation oversee the busing of students who live beyond the city limits and students with special needs to and from school efficiently, safely and economically. Transportation oversees 78 buses in addition to other transporting options and Attendance is responsible for tracking and reporting the District’s 6,000+ students. This department also provides transportation for academic field trips which are in direct support of the curriculum or for the support of some of the activities within the extracurricular program.
Business Services aims to maximize the District's resources to meet best the needs of students, parents/caregivers, teachers, administrators, the Board of Education and the Fond du Lac community. The goal of Business Services is to provide the most efficient and technologically-advanced services possible in support of the educational objectives of the Fond du Lac School District. This department is responsible for the school district budget, food services, purchasing, district accounting, payroll and employee benefits.
The District's Communications Department aims to find strategic and creative ways to engage internal and external audiences with the District. This department handles the District's media requests, press releases and promotional pieces. Additionally, organizations can contact this department to inquire about sharing details for upcoming events that may interest students and their families.
The Equity Department develops, implements and evaluates district-wide efforts to achieve educational equity. In collaboration with community partners, we provide leadership and strategic direction focused on ensuring that historically marginalized student populations have the appropriate support needed to access and experience high levels of achievement. In addition to developing and coordinating professional development opportunities for teachers, administrators and support staff, this department also guides the District Equity Leadership Team (DELT) and Student Equity Leadership Teams (SELT). English Language Learning (ELL) support and services are also housed in this department.
The Facility Services staff maintains 14 schools and five additional buildings. These buildings represent more than 1.52 million square feet of educational space. The staff also maintains over 300 acres of land associated with these facilities, which include parking lots, playgrounds, athletic fields and green space. The department works closely with all schools and departments to provide clean, safe and well-maintained facilities.
The Human Resources department is committed to enhancing the work environment for our valued employees. We support the Fond du Lac School District mission by administering any employment-related processes, overseeing and coordinating District relations, and working directly with the superintendent on reviewing, developing and implementing the policies of the District. If you are seeking a position that provides a challenging, enriching and rewarding employment opportunity, please consider the Fond du Lac School District.
Pupil Services is the overarching name for the departments that provide instructional and health services to all students within the District. Within this department are Attendance and Transportation (see earlier listing) and School Health and Safety departments. School Health and Safety offers a broad range of health education and services emphasizing nutrition, physical activity, staff wellness and parent/family/community involvement. Program Support Teachers aid the learning, cognitive or emotionally, behaviorally disabled students. Early Childhood fits under the Pupil Services umbrella as well.