Hamilton High School students representing 12 curriculum areas were selected as students of the month for December. They are: Ryan Nettesheim, applied engineering and technology;Madeline Hatfield, art;David Brockwell, business education;Shannon O’Dwyer, communication arts;Kailyn Benoit, family and consumer sciences;Emma Kleba and[...]
Hamilton High School invites current grade 8 students (who will be freshman next year) and their parents to its virtual Eighth Grade Orientation and Open House Feb. 17. Templeton Middle School students will receive a folder containing necessary registration materials[...]
Hamilton High School students in Toni Hillmann’s first semester Computer Application courses completed rigorous technical training and earned Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification. Students completed the “Productivity” strand of the Microsoft Imagine Academy program which includes the opportunity to take[...]
Parents who want their children considered for early admission into a Hamilton School District 5-year-old kindergarten or first grade class next fall should apply in writing by March 1 to their elementary school principal. Application forms are available at elementary[...]
Hamilton School District School Board members Michael Hyland and Dawn VanAacken were recognized by the Wisconsin Association of School Boards (WASB) for serving 30 years on the Hamilton School District School Board. Hyland and VanAacken will be honored in January[...]
Two Templeton Middle School Student Council members were elected to state and regional positions on the Wisconsin Association of School Councils (WASC) Governing Board. Eighth-grader Shriya Venkataramani will serve as statewide president for the junior and middle school division. For[...]
Hamilton High School students representing 11 curriculum areas were selected as students of the month for November. They are: Abigail Steele, applied engineering and technology; Samantha Seiler, art; Joseph Bongard, business education; Colin Toryfter, communication arts; Abrielle Klawitter, family and[...]
It looked different this year, but even during a pandemic, Hamilton School District students, staff and families showed appreciation for the needs of others during the holidays by extending acts of kindness, sponsoring families in need and contributing to charitable[...]
Enrolling Your Child
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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.
Sibling rivalry – letting kids work it out
Q: My children fight all the time; they are in a constant battle. I have a 4-year-old, 6-year-old and a middle school student. The 6-year-old often teases the middle school student. I think he should be able to deal with it, but instead he fights back. How can I get this to stop?
A: Sibling rivalry may be one of the most frustrating parts of being a parent. It creates stress and can make home unpleasant. Children fight over just about anything and for any number of reasons including jealousy, power, bruised egos and favor in their parent’s eyes.
Remember, most brothers and sisters argue. Here are some suggestions: