Woodside Elementary School held a successful food drive in February to benefit Sussex-Area Outreach Services. Woodside kindergarten through fourth grade students and their families donated more than 800 items. Donations included boxed food, canned food, paper towels, facial tissue, diapers,[...]
Six Hamilton High School seniors have been named finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Competition. It is the most finalists ever in the history of the school. The students are Ella Chevalier, Ella DeCleene, Margaret Flynn, Nikhita Nair, Mia Traverse[...]
Hamilton School District students, staff and families will celebrate Read Across America March 1 – 5 with a variety of activities at school. Activities include celebration of Dr. Seuss’ birthday March 2, reading initiatives and book-themed dress-up fun. The purpose[...]
With the most students who qualified for state competition in Wisconsin, 43 members of Hamilton High School’s HOSA chapter moved on to the next level of healthcare-related competition. HOSA is a statewide organization of future health professionals, and 53 Hamilton[...]
Hamilton High School freshman Chloe Paar recently learned that her score was the second highest in Wisconsin for Microsoft Word in the Microsoft Office Specialist Certification exam. Paar took the exam last semester when she was a student in Toni[...]
In celebration of Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month, Hamilton High School student organizations will compete in the CTE Cup. Members of Skills USA, Graphics Club, DECA and HOSA will make greeting cards for the Send a Smile Foundation. Students[...]
Hamilton High School students representing 12 curriculum areas were selected as students of the month for January. They are: Frederic Schomann, applied engineering and technology; Lily Krehbiel, art; Madeline Breger, business education; Jack DeGeorge, communication arts; Isabelle Langkamp, family and[...]
Hamilton High School’s Charger Corner earned Gold certification this year and will be recognized at the DECA Virtual International Career Development Conference in April. Hamilton students who worked on attaining certification were Ethan Nolan, Jacob Pfeifer and Ryan Roubik with[...]
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Systems of Assessment for Learning
Goal: All students will be challenged and supported to maximize their learning and achievement.
Social and Emotional Wellness
Goal: All students will be supported to develop social and emotional wellness as it relates to academic, career and life experiences.
Workforce and Organizational Wellness
Goal: All staff will engage in continuous professional learning and be provided opportunities to improve personal wellness.
Facility and Technology Long-Range Planning
Goal: The district will provide adequate classroom learning space while maintaining existing buildings and infrastructure, as well as optimal student access to technology to enhance student learning.
The Hamilton School District is one of the highest-achieving, low-spending school districts in Wisconsin. It has a strong reputation as a student-centered organization that delivers an excellent well-rounded education. The curriculum is comprehensive preparing students for whatever path they choose following graduation.
Standardized test scores are consistently above national and state averages and competitive with the highest achieving districts in the state.
Hamilton Connects is a Hamilton School District parent network that promotes children’s success through information, support, presentations and guidance.
Are your kids addicted to their electronics?
Q: I am troubled by how much time my kids spend on screens. They have no other hobbies. They complete homework on their laptops and spend the rest of their time on their phones or playing video games. My kids spend almost nine hours a day on these gadgets.
A: If there is one consistent question I get asked when I do a parenting class, it is: “How do I control screen time?” This is a difficult question. It depends on family expectations and rules, maturity level of the child and how much balance there is in the child’s life.