District Student Services

Student Services represents a variety of student support programs and services focused on success for all students. The philosophy of the school district provides the foundation for programming and services to our students.  Helping students make a favorable adjustment to school life, bringing families and schools together, and supporting students with individual needs is the focus of each of our Student Service programs.

Student Services programs operate in each of the seven schools within our school district.  We service students ranging from age three to age 21.  We have over 100 staff members including teachers, paraprofessionals, counselors, social worker, nurses, therapists, psychologists,  interpreters, van drivers, administrative assistants, and other specialists who work under the umbrella of Student Services.  If you have questions about Special Education programs and services, please contact the Student Services Office at 920-822-6020.

Student Services Fact Sheet
Model LEA Special Education Policies and Procedures

Nondiscrimination and Equity

The Pulaski School District is committed and dedicated to the task of providing the best education possible for every child in the District for as long as the student can benefit from attendance and the student's conduct is compatible with the welfare of the entire student body.

According to the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction website, no person may be denied admission to any public school or be denied participation in, be denied the benefits of or be discriminated against in any curricular, extracurricular, pupil services, recreational or other program or activity because of the person's sex, race, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, sexual orientation or physical, mental, emotional or learning disability. (118.13, WI Stats)

For a full copy of the Pulaski Community School District's Board Policy on Nondiscrimination, go to this link.

For more information about Nondiscrimination and Equity, check out the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Pupil Nondiscrimination website or call the Pulaski Community School District's Student Services Office at 920-822-6020. The Director of Student Services serves as the District Nondiscrimination and Equity officer.

Julie Harris

Student Services Department

143 W Green Bay St.
Pulaski, WI 54162
Phone: 920-822-6020
Fax: 920-822-6017

Julie Harris
Phone:  920-822-6028

Assistant Director 
Lara Kuchenbecker
Phone: 920-822-6026

Admin. Assistant
Angie Moehring
Phone: 920-822-6020

Admin. Assistant
Alissa Tetzlaff
Phone: 920-822-6021