Hamilton High School students representing 12 curriculum areas were selected as students of the month for April. They are: Gretchen Brookes, applied engineering and technology;Tyler Schur, art;Abigail Mushrush, business education;Lauren Gilmartin, communication arts;Allison Ehrlich, family and consumer sciences;Olivia George, fitness[...]
Two Hamilton High School alumni, SarahEllen Sankey and Ellen Taylor Scott, were awarded $500 scholarships by Hamilton’s Future Educators Club (FEC). Sankey is a student at St. Norbert College and Scott at University of Wisconsin – Madison. To qualify for[...]
Templeton Middle School students celebrated Read Across America by collecting 600 new and gently-used books for children. The collection of 15 boxes of books far exceeded last year’s total of 389. Student Council representatives provided assistance in promoting the all-school[...]
Students, staff and families in the Hamilton School District made significant contributions to support the American Heart Association this year through fitness activities that emphasize healthy living. Combined, schools raised $36,001 through Kids Heart Challenge, Red Out Day activities and[...]
Templeton Middle School Student Council members were presented with the “Spirit of Excellence” banner from the Wisconsin Association of School Councils (WASC). Templeton learned in March that it won the prestigious award that honors schools for achieving excellence in leadership,[...]
Hamilton High School HOSA chapter experienced success at the Wisconsin State Leadership Conference qualifying 19 students for international competition and five additional students as alternates. HOSA is a statewide organization of future health professionals. Two students were elected to the[...]
For the seventh consecutive year, Hamilton High School was named to U.S. News & World Report “America’s Best High Schools” list. The ranking highlights the best public high schools in the nation after reviewing data from more than 17,000 high[...]
Silver Spring Intermediate School Principal Deanna Wellens and Student Council Advisor and Reading Specialist Patty Sankey were selected as the 2020-21 Wisconsin Association of School Councils (WASC) Junior and Middle School (JAM) Administrator of the Year and Region IV Regional[...]
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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.
Teaching children about the value of money
Q: My middle school children do not have jobs and are asking for money all the time. How do I teach them about money when I am buying them things?
A: Money management is one of the greatest skills that we can give our children. A study on credit card use among college-age students revealed that the average student had 5.2 credit cards with an average balance for the most recent month of $1,423. Children are leaving home where they have been given everything. And, they have gotten used to nice homes, cars and vacations – expecting they should have these things in college as well. You can see how easily the debt can build up. Here are some things to consider: