Online meal benefits application
- Log into the Infinite Campus Parent Portal
- From the menu on the left, select Applications/Forms
- Select Meal Benefits Application
- Set up an electronic PIN for an E-Signature if you have not already done so
- Complete and submit the application
You will not be able to submit the application until it is complete and signed with your E-Signature PIN number
Hard copy application
If you prefer to fill out a hard copy of the application, you can print one off here or request one from your school’s office. Keep in mind that the processing rate will be slower for the hard copies. Mail in completed paper applications to:
Hamilton District Offices
Attn: Kira Cerroni King
W220 N6151 Town Line Rd
Sussex, WI 53089
Hamilton High School announced its second semester honor roll for the 2014-2015 school year. To be named to the Dean’s List, a student must have a grade point average between 4.00 and 5.00. High honors is 3.50 to 3.999, and honors is 3.00 to 3.499.
Hamilton High School students Dominic Pino and Andrew Tai placed seventh of 90 teams at the 2015 Junior Varsity National History Bowl in Washington, D.C. A contribution from the Hamilton Education Foundation helped fund the students’ travel expenses.
In qualifying for national competition, the students won the Wisconsin State Junior Varsity and Varsity Championship. They also were junior varsity champions for Northern Illinois and came in second in the Illinois State Junior Varsity Championship.
The National History Bee and Bowl strives to promote history education throughout the U.S. and around the world. The fifth annual national championships included the National History Bowl, National History Bee and U.S. History Bee.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Hamilton School District was listed among the best places to work in southeastern Wisconsin in the June 14 publication, “The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Top Workplaces.” Hamilton was among the 150 businesses and organizations named in a special section of the Sunday newspaper and online at www.jsonline.com. The district’s ranking among large organizations was 14th among 25 based on results of an survey sent to all employees in November.
Evaluation for the Top Workplaces program is based on feedback from an anonymous employee survey conducted by an independent research firm that many employees completed a few months ago. Hamilton had an 81 percent response rate among all employees.
Photo courtesy of Empire Photography
Graduate Joseph Semrad was presented with the 2015 Hamilton High School Distinguished Alumnus Award at the school’s June 13 graduation ceremonies. A 2004 graduate, Semrad works for the U.S. Department of State where he has served tours in Leipzig, Germany, Bangkok, Thailand and more recently in Washington, D.C. As a protocol officer in the Office of the Chief of Protocol, Semrad provides operational, logistical and cultural support to the president, vice president and secretary of state in conjunction with their travel abroad and meetings with foreign dignitaries.
While a student at Hamilton, Semrad spent his senior year abroad in Germany as recipient of the Congress-Bundestag Exchange Scholarship. Following high school, he received his bachelor’s degree in political science and German linguistics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. During his undergraduate studies, he returned to Germany for a second year to study at the Freie Universität in Berlin while working as a legislative assistant for a member of the German Parliament. After graduation, Semrad joined the Peace Corps where he served for two years in rural Ukraine teaching middle and high school English. He later went on to receive his master’s degree in public administration from American University in Washington, D.C.
Teacher recognized as Early Career Educator
Hamilton School Board members recognized high school applied engineering and technology teacher Joe Premo for being named an outstanding Early Career Educators by the Wisconsin Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Continue reading
The Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA) Middle Level State Honors Music Project invited three Templeton Middle School students to participate in the band:
- Lisa Nuelk – clarinet;
- Morgan Price – tenor saxophone; and
- Holly Venkitaswaran – flute.
This is the fourth consecutive year that Templeton students have been invited. Students went through a rigorous audition process held in April and were notified of their acceptance early June. Only 300 students were chosen to participate from more than 1,200 auditions throughout the state.
When a selected student is unable to attend, students chosen to be high alternate have the opportunity to perform. Three Templeton students were selected high alternate:
- Jason Gahr – trumpet;
- Olivia Neils – clarinet; and
- Jaya Suneja – clarinet.
The Wisconsin State Honors Music Project offers talented youth the opportunity to rehearse and perform with nationally-known conductors in choir, orchestra and band. All honors groups will perform October 31 at the Wisconsin State Music Conference.
Three Templeton Middle School students participated May 22-24 in the National History Bee middle school level championship held in Louisville, Ky. The students were eighth-graders Seth Bartos and Jerry Keith and seventh-grader Shiva Senthil. They were among the 540 students who participated in the national competition.
“This is an accomplishment that reflects well not only on these students but on the learning community at Templeton Middle School as a whole,” said Eric Huff, National History Bee Director of Operations.
Hamilton High School students representing 11 curriculum areas were selected as students of the month for May. They are:
- Nicholas Mueller, applied engineering and technology;
- Nicole Fenner, art;
- Miranda Milbrath, business education;
- Lesa Povletich, communication arts;
- Amber Goodreau, family and consumer sciences;
- Ryan Hoffman, fitness education;
- Tess Carlson and Kathryn Godlewski, mathematics;
- Hannah Menzel, music;
- Natalie Bohl, science;
- Danielle Kallis, social studies; and
- Brady Ban, world languages.
Students received a certificate and a pin for their accomplishment.
A random sample of 300 Hamilton School District residents will be called in June as part of a community survey. The survey is a follow-up to ones conducted previously in the district. The district conducts the survey to:
- learn the expectations and priorities the community has for its schools;
- understand community sentiment on critical school issues;
- verify perceptions of satisfaction with the district’s overall performance; and
- evaluate and plan communication.
School officials are asking community members for their cooperation if they are contacted.
“It’s important to learn the perceptions of all members in our community – including those who do and do not have children enrolled in our schools,” Public Information Coordinator Denise Dorn Lindberg said. “When contacted by one of the callers, we encourage residents to participate in the survey.”