Ozaukee County UW Extension 121 W Main St, Port Washington, WI53074 This University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension offers seminars, workshops and other similar educational tools for…More individuals, businesses and more. The extension deals with a variety of topics including agriculture and agri-business; community, natural resource and economic development; family living education and 4-H and youth development. The extension office is located on the bottom floor of the Administration Building in room 33.
Thomas Jefferson Middle School 1403 N Holden St, Port Washington, WI53074 Sporting blue and gold colors, Thomas Jefferson Middle School serves grades 5- 8. The school educational experiences and…More opportunities include music, art, languages, business, technology and more. Staff members are also available to satisfy special education needs. The Port Washington Pirates have a football and soccer field, as well as a baseball diamond at the middle school. Parents interested in getting involved can find out more information about the Jaguar parents' group at: facebook.com/JaguarParentGroup.
Kelly Kelenic Fine Art 215 N Spring St, Port Washington, WI53074 A native of Wisconsin, and educated at Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, Kelly Kelenic is a classically trained…More artist. Her work can be seen on display at various galleries around the Port Washington area. Check her Web site for samples of her work.
Ozaukee Christian School 341 S Dries St, Saukville, WI53080 Ozaukee Christian School is a non-denominational school that accepts children from a wide range of communities. The…More school serves grades K-8, and a Christian education is at the center of the planning and policies for the facility. OCS welcomes families for a day visit to check out the facilities and prospective students are also welcome for a shadow experience, which will pair them with a current student for half the day.
Port Washington Adult Community Senior Center 403 W Foster St, Port Washington, WI53074 The Port Washington Adult Community Senior Center offers organized programs and activities for adults and seniors over…More age 55. The programs focus on implementing social, educational and recreational opportunities as well as a nutrition program, all fitting the standards of the National Council of Aging. The center is planning to move its facility in spring 2011.
Franklin Energy 102 N Franklin St, Port Washington, WI53074 Franklin Energy provides renewable energy programs for states as well as utilities. Franklin Energy works with a variety…More of market segments, including residential, industrial, commercial, multi-family, agricultural, educational and government.
Dunwiddie Elementary School 1243 W Lincoln Ave, Port Washington, WI53074 Dunwiddie Elementary School teaches kids from kindergarten through the fourth grade. The school offers music, art and…More other special departments. It also serves a variety of special education needs. Each grade level has three-to-four teachers on its staff.
Aro Behavioral Healthcare 101 E Pier St, Port Washington, WI53074 Aro Behavioral Healthcare is a mental health clinic in Port Washington. The facility specializes in adolescent…More counseling, anxiety and depression treatment and anger management control, among other services. Aro also offers substance abuse treatment and education programs.