Dr. Joe Schroeder, superintendent for Muskego-Norway Schools, is an educational leader dedicated to student success and organizational quality, who has been recognized as an award-winning teacher, principal, and district administrator.
s superintendent, Dr. Schroeder led Muskego-Norway to its receipt of a 2010 Wisconsin Forward Award, only the third K-12 district to ever receive the distinction in the history of this statewide organizational quality program.
More recently, Dr. Schroeder
was also named Wisconsin's 2011 Superintendent of the Year.
Prior to beginning as Muskego-Norway's superintendent in July of 2007, Dr. Schroeder was a teacher or administrator in several other districts in Wisconsin as well as one in Arizona.
mmediately prior to assuming his M-N post, Dr. Schroeder worked in the Elmbrook School District (Brookfield, WI) for eight years, where he served both as assistant superintendent for educational services and as principal of Brookfield East High School.
r. Schroeder has earned three degrees (BS,MS, and PhD) from the University of Wisconsin
and remains an ardent fan of both UW
Outside of work, Dr. Schroeder
has varied interests to include athletics, the arts, and travel.
is wife, Annie, and he
are celebrating their third decade of marriage.
The Compass is the metaphor used by Dr. Schroeder
to describe the need to keep student learning as our focus in everything we do in the Muskego-Norway