Tue, September 2nd, 2014

Princeton School District will be changing their website and web address soon. The new address is www.princetonschooldistrict.org

If you type in the old address you should be directed to the new one automatically.  Skyward information will stay the same.

The Fitness/Weight Room will be open to the public from 4:30-7:30 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays

The Princeton Board of Education is pleased to welcome Sam S. Santacroce to the Princeton School District as the new Administrator/PreK-12 Principal. Mr. Santacroce comes to us from the Clintonville School District, and previously the Gillett School District. He received his Master's Degree in Administrative Leadership from UW-Milwaukee in 1990 and his Bachelor's Degree in Secondary Science Education from UW-Milwaukee in 1987. Mr. Santacroce's educational background includes 19 years as a Secondary School Administrator along with 8 years teaching Science classes at the High School Level. He has also been an adult educator at Upper Iowa University and McPherson College. Mr. Santacroce's knowledge and experience will continue to keep the School District of Princeton "Moving Forward." 






MIDDLE SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL--Tuesday, September 2nd @ 4:00 in Green Lake.  Ride the shuttle bus over.

Welcome Back High School Dance

On September 5th

After the Football Game

In Princeton`s Main Gym

At 9:00P.M.ish-11:00 P.M.

Invited are: Green Lake, Montello, and Princeton’s current High School Students

(Please bring school ID if possible)

$3.00 admission













 Click on the word video below to watch videos from Princeton School District:



Please click on the letter below for transportation information for home games and practices for Middle and High School Athletes.


SLD Notification for Schools as Required by PI 11.36(6)(c)2

Wisconsin’s rule for identifying students with specific learning disabilities (SLD) has changed.  No later than December 1, 2013, all initial SLD evaluations of public school students will use information from interventions to make eligibility decisions.

This article is to notify you that beginning on December 1, 2013 initial SLD evaluations at Princeton Public School will begin using information from a student’s response to intensive, scientific research based or evidenced based interventions when making special education eligibility decisions.

This change in qualification procedures will be implemented in our district by using a system known as ‘Response to Intervention (RTI)’.  RTI encompasses academics and behaviors for all students. RTI is designed to catch student struggles, in academics and behaviors, early on and to provide interventions that have been proven to work.  

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Heather Schultz,School Psychologist/ Director of Curriculum  at (920)295-6571 ext. 1409.  --

Annual Notices for the School District of Princeton can be found in the attachment below.

Click on the link below to see the School Performance Report for Princeton School District: