Pat Greco is the superintendent of schools for the School District of Menomonee Falls. Menomonee Falls is a suburban district located on the Northwest Side of Milwaukee serving 4,100 students and 13,000 residents in community education. The school system has a strong tradition of excellence, and this team is focused on being best in class among the nations schools. The full staff is quality trained. The core commitments are to both service and excellence. The district performance is at an all time high. The Village of Menomonee Falls has been ranked among the best small towns in the nation. The School District has been named as a Top Work Place in SE Wisconsin. The Carnegie Foundation at Stanford University selected Menomonee Falls as a national case study focused on the use of quality tools and processes to improve student performance and the commitment to the culture of excellence.
Pat received her doctorate from the University of Wisconsin in 1995. She has been recognized as an instructional leader and advocate for student learning at the state and national level. An innovative leader nationally, she is a member of the Education Research and Development Institute, serves with AASA Digital Consortium, and the Carnegie Foundation with a focus on Improvement Science Research. Pats work has been nationally and internationally published. Pat was recognized as Educator of the Year by Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce, by State and National PTA for Elementary School of the Year as an elementary principal, and received the Educational Influence Award from Wisconsin ASCD for her advocacy for children and strong public policy. Pat has dedicated her professional service to organizations committed to impacting strong learning outcomes for both students and educators.