School Calendar

University School of Milwaukee publishes certain calendar information to the public website. Additional calendar items for students, parents, alumni and parents of alumni, and other constituency groups can be viewed on myUSM. For 2019–20 school year overview dates, you can also view the 2019–20 Important Dates Calendar, which lists the first and last days of school, breaks and no-school days, and other useful information.

Calendar items display the event or activity name, start and end times (if applicable), and the location. Clicking on the event or activity name will take you to a detail page, which shows any additional details that have been published, along with a contact name with a link to email that person.
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    Holiday Shops @ USM- Boutique Shopping

    Upper School/Middle School gymnasiums
    Thursday: 9:30 a.m.–6 p.m.
    Friday: 9:30 a.m.–6 p.m.
    Saturday: 9:30 a.m.–3 p.m.

    Visit www.usmk12.org/holidayshops for more information
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    Holiday Shops @ USM- Boutique Shopping

    Upper School/Middle School gymnasiums
    Thursday: 9:30 a.m.–6 p.m.
    Friday: 9:30 a.m.–6 p.m.
    Saturday: 9:30 a.m.–3 p.m.

    Visit www.usmk12.org/holidayshops for more information

    SAT Testing

    Off-site
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    Parent-Teacher Conferences (evening)

    Various
    Preschool/Lower School office: 414.540.3100
    Middle School office: 414.540.3200
    Upper School office: 414.540.3400
    Contact: Division assistants (see details)
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    Wildcat Wednesday

    N/A

    Parent-Teacher Conferences (evening)

    Various
    Preschool/Lower School office: 414.540.3100
    Middle School office: 414.540.3200
    Upper School office: 414.540.3400
    Contact: Division assistants (see details)
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    US Fall Athletic Honors Assembly

    Virginia Henes Young Theatre (US)

    Junior Case Study (mandatory)

    Virginia Henes Young Theatre (US)
    This evening's program will begin in the theater promptly at 6:00 PM and conclude no later than 9:00PM. Admissions officers from around the country will lead students and parents through a mock admissions committee exercise, reading through different applications so students and parents can see how each part of an application gets evaluated and how institutional priorities play a role.
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    Speaker Series: SAFER Choices

    Mellowes Hall (US)
    USM/REDgen Speaker Series
    Presenter: Mike Domitrz
    "SAFER Choices"
    Free and open to the general public
    The courtesy of an RSVP is requested
    http://redgen-usm-domitrz.eventbrite.com/


    For over 2 decades, Mike Domitrz has been helping individuals and organizations transform how they Create a Culture of Respect and Consent throughout organizations and institutions. From school districts to leading universities to the Department of Defense to large international organizations, Domitrz is sought after for his ability to provide specific skill sets that shift the paradigm for all demographics.
    With his hilarious sense of humor and his uncanny ability to draw hard-hitting emotion from audiences, Mike is known for inspiring each person to make positive behavioral shifts in their lives. Clients constantly rave about what a lasting impact he has for their people and their community.
    “SAFER Choices” is one of the most sought-after school assemblies for creating a safe, age appropriate look at consent, respect in relationships, boundaries, bystander intervention, and working to reduce sexual assault in your community. Each year, the program is delivered hundreds of times to over tens of thousands of audience members.
    Learn more about Mike Domitrz and The Center for Respect at www.datesafeproject.org.
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    US Parent College Reading Group

    TBD
    All Upper School Parents are invited to join us for our second College Guidance Roundtable Reading Group on Thursday, November 14 from 8:00 – 9:00 AM in the Library Reading Room of the Upper School LibraryPlease note this is a change in time to better accommodate conference attendance.This informal discussion group, held periodically throughout the year, is open to parents in all Upper School grades; attendance at any is purely voluntary. Each session opens with a discussion based on articles pertaining to the college process. This week, the following articles will be discussed:

    Parent-Teacher Conferences (evening)

    Various
    Preschool/Lower School office: 414.540.3100
    Middle School office: 414.540.3200
    Upper School office: 414.540.3400
    Contact: Division assistants (see details)
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    Early Dismissal Day

    N/A
    11:15 a.m. - PK/JK/K
    11:30 a.m. - Grades 1–12

    Changed from originally published date of 12/13/19 in December 2018
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    8th Grade US Preview

    Olson Commons (US)
    Contact: Mark Conner
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    Celebrate Our Seniors Parent Event

    Fuller residence (USM campus)
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    Legacy Family Breakfast

    Olson Commons (US)
    A photo of all legacy students will also be taken during the event
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    MS Musical: Matilda

    Virginia Henes Young Theatre (US)
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    MS Musical: Matilda

    Virginia Henes Young Theatre (US)
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    Scholarship Testing (Grades 9–12)

    Lower School/Middle School dining room

    MS Musical: Matilda

    Virginia Henes Young Theatre (US)
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    College Athletic Recruiting Night

    Mellowes Hall (US)
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    Early Dismissal Day

    N/A
    All students dismissed at 11 a.m.

    Grandparents and Special Friends Day

    Hosted by the Parents' Association

    To pre-register your student's special friend or grandparent, please visit www.usmk12.org/GPSFrsvp 

    Alumni Coffee

    Olson Commons (US)
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Prekindergarten (age 3) - Grade 12 • Independent • Coeducational
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