Mike Sereno, Ed.D.
Assistant Superintendent for Teaching & Learning
Dr. Mike Sereno has served as Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning for Elmbrook Schools since 2019. He works to promote student-centered learning, inclusive practices, a rigorous and aligned curriculum, and high quality teacher and administrator leadership. He leads a talented teaching and learning team that drives change through deployment of best practices, cycles of continuous improvement, and supports school leaders, teachers, and staff as they make student dreams come true. Mike loves working with Elmbrook’s intellectually curious and passionate students, supportive community, and staff that are driven to provide students with authentic and meaningful learning experiences that develop their knowledge, skills, talents and passions.
Dr. Sereno earned his doctorate degree in Educational Leadership and Administration from Edgewood College in 2017. His dissertation was on The Impact of a Personalized Learning Framework on Student Achievement. Mike received his Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education and Teaching from the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh, and completed his Master’s in Educational Administration and Supervision in 2002 from the University of Wisconsin - Madison.
Prior to his role as Assistant Superintendent, Mike served in various leadership positions throughout Elmbrook since 2003 including Director of Secondary Education, Principal of Pilgrim Park Middle School, and Associate Principal of Brookfield Central. In addition to his Elmbrook experiences, Mike has served on the Association of Wisconsin School Administrators (AWSA)’s Professional Development Committee.
Mike and his wife have four daughters who keep their lives interesting. In his free time, he enjoys sports, outdoor activities, movies, and spending time with his family.