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Office of School Administration

Office of School Administration

School AdministrationChief School Administration Officer: Dr. Keith P. Posley
Office Main Phone:  414-475-8016

The Office of School Administration promotes safe and secure learning and working environments for students and school based staff.  Specifically, the office provides oversight, operational support and supervision, intervention strategies and accountability systems to schools and school leaders.  The systems of support have been created to ensure that all students in MPS have a safe and supportive learning environment and receive effective instruction that supports high achievement.  Additionally, the office responds to school emergencies as they arise and handles all school safety matters. 

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Overview

The Office of School Administration provides support, supervision, intervention strategies and accountability systems to schools and school leaders so students in all MPS schools have a safe, supportive learning environment and receive effective instruction that supports high student achievement.  The work done by this office focuses on four critical areas: culture & climate, effective & efficient school operations, leadership development, and community engagement.  Below is the office's service model.

 

Departments

 

The Office of School Administration is comprised of the following departments: Contracted School Services, School Safety & Security, School Services, and Student Services.  Each department works collaboratively together to provide necessary supports and resources to schools and school leaders in order to create optimal learning opportunities for all students.

Contracted Schools Services

  • Director:
  • Marla Bronaugh
  • Phone: 414-475-8140
  • Fax: 414-475-8470

The Department of Contracted School Services (CSS) supports the development, successful implementation, and ongoing accountability of charter schools, partnership schools, and other contracted educational programs within MPS. CSS is responsible for the continual oversight, performance evaluation, and compliance monitoring of these school’s contracts and programs outcomes.

School Safety & Security

  • Director:
  • Eduardo Negron
  • Phone: 414-345-6635
  • Fax: 414-345-6609

The Department of School Safety & Security promotes safe and secure learning and working environments by providing well-trained and effective school safety and security personnel. This department responds to school emergencies, addresses safety issues as they arise in schools or in the community and conducts scans in schools.

School Services

  • Regional Superintendents
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  • Phone: 414-475-8016 main office
  • Fax: 414-475-8470
  • Email:
  • Location: Central Services, Room 204

The Department of School Services, through the work of the Regional Superintendents and the School Operational Managers, ensures supervision and accountability for increased achievement, efficient school operations and meaningful family and community engagement in all schools within the four geographic and high school regions of MPS.  Additionally, the Department of School Services is responsible for grooming future school based leaders and building leadership capacity among current school based leaders.

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Regional Superintendents: Dr. Katrice Cotton – East Region; Christopher Hauser – Northwest Region; Dr. Reginald Lawrence II - Central Region; Dr. Rosana Mateo – Southwest Region.

Student Services

  • Senior Director:
  • Matthew Boswell
  • Phone: 414-475-8027
  • Fax: 414-475-8626

The Department of Student Services manages the enrollment and assignment process of students to schools during the three choice, early admission and the Open Enrollment processes. This department also manages the Pupil Database Services that includes student information and implements the district student discipline process.

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