School Board will make a final decision on the future of f4-year-old kindergarten on Dec. 17, but if the numbers are any indication, the program will likely be back next year.
With 571 students being served in three years, the 4-year-old kindergarten program in Muskego-Norway School District is posting very positive numbers, according to an administrative report. The program began with the 2010-11 school year and has seen steadily increasing enrollment (208 students are currently enrolled for this year), but will need board approval to continue. Statewide, 88 percent of school districts have 4K programs. The school board met Monday night to review the report, which gave the following statistics: The board vote on Dec. 17 whether to continue the program in 2013-14.