Understanding a School District Is So Much More than a School
Here’s a reality no one understands better than you: a school district embodies a community’s most deeply held values—and concerns. But it’s more complex than that. In any given year those values can shift in prominence—and the concerns can change completely. And guess who’s expected to react appropriately? You, of course. Meanwhile you’re doing all you can on a daily basis to help your district function as a financially viable entity, a safe and secure environment, and an effective institution of learning.
We think you could use a knowledgeable—and vigilant—partner in all of that. That’s why M3’s Education and Government Practice comprises specialists who’ve dedicated their careers to working with public schools. Through our risk management and employee benefits services, we’re continually exploring strategies that can make your school district a better place, both for students and staff and the larger community.
SERVING WISCONSIN SCHOOL DISTRICTS
M3’s commitment to education is well established in Wisconsin schools. Representing districts on both employee benefits and property & casualty insurance needs, M3 collectively services over 50% of the school districts in the State of Wisconsin.
TRIBAL NATION EXPERTISE
M3’s Education and Government practice group has served tribal governments and their business enterprises for 20 years. We understand the unique nuances and challenges you face in today’s economic and political landscape. We are focused on leveraging our resources to improve the lives of your tribal membership and workforce, manage risk as you expand revenue generating opportunities, and protect tribal sovereignty.
The Golden Apple Awards honor exceptional teachers, recognizing them for high standards of professionalism, leadership and innovation. M3 is proud to support quality teachers in our communities.
"M3’s Education & Government professionals not only thoroughly understand the challenges Wisconsin school districts face – they help find solutions to help our school ultimately function more effectively."
Brandon Munson Superintendent, North Crawford School District