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Welcome to Gegan Elementary

Be Kind. Be Respectful. Be Responsible. Be Safe.

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School Hours  
Early Childhood & Morning 4K: 8:30 - 11:10
Early Childhood & Afternoon 4K: 12:50 - 3:30
Kindergarten-5th grade: 8:30 - 3:30
**Doors open at 8:20am (supervision is not provided before then)




  • 5th Grade 8:45-9:45
  • 3rd Grade 9:55-10:55
  • 4th Grade 11:05-12:05

Please join the Menasha Auxiliary Police Unit as we host our annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday March 24th, 2018 starting at 12:00pm (Noon) located in the Menasha High School Fieldhouse (420 Seventh St Menasha, WI.) Please park on the north side of the school off of Eighth St. Signs will be present to direct you to the fieldhouse. The Egg Hunt is available for children 9 years old and under along with many activities throughout the event and a visit from the Easter Bunny. This is a free event however we ask that at least one non-perishable food item be donated per child participating in the hunt. For every item donated to St Joseph you will receive 1 raffle ticket for the prize table. For example if you donate 10 items, you will receive 10 raffle tickets. The first 300 children in attendance will also receive a door prize gift bag. Please see attachment for food items St Joseph’s Food pantry is looking for donations.


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March 15th: 2nd Night of Parent/Teacher Conferences
March 21st: KG-2nd Jump Rope for Heart
March 23rd: 3rd-5th Jump Rope for Heart
March 26th-30th: Spring Break-No School
Wednesday, April 4th: Summer School Online Registration Window Opens!


Menasha Elementary Students and their families are invited to attend a motivational and entertaining presentation by Corey the Dribbler on Tuesday, April 3rd from 6:30-7:15 pm.  Corey Rich is a 4-Time Guinness record holder and former Harlem Globetrotter with an inspirational message.  This free 45 minute program will be held at the Menasha High School Auditorium.  Students must be accompanied by an adult.

Get ready to have fun and hear a great message with your family! Seating is limited and on a first come first served basis as 6 elementary schools are invited. Students that attend may have a chance to steal the ball from Corey!

It is soon going to be that time of year when we will be administering the state assessment for GRADES 3-5, the Forward Exam. The testing window for this assessment is March 19th to May 4th. Most testing will occur in the morning. As in the past, we ask that families try to avoid testing times for appointments, vacations, etc. as the missed test will then need to be made up during class time. Thank you in advance and please contact your child's teacher with any questions.


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Report Card Score

Enrollment: 380

American Indian: 0.5%
Asian: 6.6%
Black: 4.7%
Hispanic: 27.6%
Pacific Isle: 0.3%
White: 51.6%
Two or more: 8.7%

Economically Disadvantaged: 69.5%

English Language Learners: 26.8%

Data based on 3rd Friday 16-17
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