Welcome to Malone Elementary School
|Malone Elementary School (Gr. K-2)
|505 N. Campbell St., Prescott, WI 54021
|Ph: 715-262-5463 Email:
|Principal: Sara Dusek,
|Administrative Assistant: Connie Grabow,
|Administrative Assistant: Julie Backes,
|School Nurse: Melanie Charette,
|Office Hours: 7:15 am - 3:45 pm (M-F) School Hours: 7:55 am - 2:55 pm
Summer Campus - 2019
Prescott 2019 Summer School Programming is right around the corner for our Prescott students! Our Summer Campus website is live as of March 1. We are excited to share so many new, fun and innovative classes to offer, all organized around our Prescott PRIDE.
P - Persevere: Nailing the basics first
R - Respect: Embracing our Community
I - Innovate: Executing New Ideas
D - Develop: Developing our Passions and Talents
E - Energize: Movin’ and Shakin’
Check our Summer Campus Website for course offerings and additional information. You'll have the full month of March to review registration material. PSD Summer Campus registration will be online in April. Stay Tuned.
*Family accounts are required to register*
In addition, great community resources are available this summer. PSD does provide bus service to our local child care centers for pickup and drop-off during Summer Campus Dates. Please use the links below to visit the various child care summer programs and field trip options available through our following partners:
2019-2020 4K & Kindergarten
If you have an eligible child and did not receive registration information, please contact Connie Grabow in the Malone Elementary Office at 715-262-5463. If you know of a new family in the district who may not have received this correspondence, please direct them to the Malone Elementary office.
As the cold and flu season progresses, please keep in mind the 24 Hour Rule. Any time your child has:
- had a fever
- has been put on antibiotics for any infection
- has pinkeye
- has been vomiting
- or just not getting better after being home sick
School policy is: Students need to be fever free and / or illness free (haven’t thrown up) for 24 hours or more before returning to school.
Students need to stay home for 24 hours after the medications eye drops or antibiotics were started.
WHY? When students and staff stay home when they are sick it helps prevent the spread of illness to other students, staff and the community.
REMEMBER: Washing hands when soiled with lathering and good friction for a least 20 seconds and properly covering coughs and sneezes is the #1 way to prevent the spread of illness!