School Colors: Red and White
Location & History: Spring Road School has a rich history, having been established around 1890 as a one-room brick schoolhouse. Our present school was built in 1936 with additions and upgrades added over the decades. In 1962 the school became part of the Neenah Joint School District. Three classrooms of every grade are taught at Spring Road Elementary. Safely protected from heavy traffic and noise, the school is conveniently situated off Highway 41. Our school often serves as a gathering point for Town of Menasha residents and their community organizations.
Grades served: Kindergarten through Grade 5
Enrollment: Approximately 420 students
School sequence: Elementary School - Spring Road
6th Grade Middle School - Horace Mann
7th & 8th Grade Middle School - Shattuck
High School - Neenah High School
Distinctive Academic Programs: Spring Road's new outdoor classroom, a nature site on the school property, will help kids learn about the environment in an educational and fun way.
The "Our Past and Present Roadrunners" bulletin board at Spring Road honors the school's alumni and parents who are featured in the news in a positive way.
Spring Road students and staff are dedicated to balanced literacy reading and writing instruction. An annual all-school reading day is a full day of enjoyable reading activities.
Parental Involvement: The Spring Road parent organization is organized as a PTO (Parent Teacher Organization). The PTO funds special needs like playground equipment, technology for the classroom, extra supplies for teachers, the Arthur W. Prosek scholarships, fine arts activities, and field trips. Many parents volunteer during the day at our school for various activities.
Extra Curriculars: The Roadrunner Squad (5th graders who help with service projects around school), School Musicals, Environmental Field Trips.