The School District of Superior is the 23rd largest school district in Wisconsin and is one of the largest employers in Douglas County. The district serves students in the city of Superior, the towns of Oakland, Parkland, Summit, and Superior; and the villages of Oliver and Superior. The district also provides services to some students not living in the district as a part of open enrollment. The Superintendent of Schools is Janna Stevens.
The district is divided into departments: Buildings and Grounds, Business Office, Curriculum/Instruction, Food Service, Health, Indian Education, Information Technology, Special Education, Student Services, Superintendent, and Transportation departments. It operates in accordance with local, state, and federal laws and the bylaws of the School Board of the School District of Superior.
The School District provides a universally free breakfast to elementary and middle school students. It has a random drug testing policy that requires students who are in extra-curricular activities or parking on school grounds to enter their names into a pool to be randomly selected to complete a urine drug test. Students may also choose to become volunteer members of the drug testing pool in a program called Pledgemakers.
Superior School District Wikipedia
The School District of Superior comprises one high school, one middle school, and six elementary schools, with a total enrollment of over 5,000 students. The district has 2,322 students enrolled in elementary schools, 1,027 in middle school, and 1,633 in high school. District property encompasses about 250 acres (1.0 km2)
Middle schools:Superior Middle School
High schools:Superior High School
In January 2015, a parent of an elementary school student expressed concern over the book Emma and Meesha My Boy, which depicts a homosexual family. Critics suggested that the book was not suitable for early elementary school children. The board voted 5–1 in favor of keeping the book in school libraries.