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May 18, 2020

2020 summer school program will have different look It may not look like Summer Opportunities of years past, but the Hamilton School District will offer summer school this year. The district’s normal program was canceled due to the pandemic, but seven weeks of live virtual instruction is planned for students needing intervention and all students […]

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Hamilton Band students shine in WSMA Virtual Solo Festival

Eleven Hamilton Band students received the highest rating of 1* on the most difficult Class A music in the Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA) Virtual Solo Festival which replaced the in-person district festival this year. The following students qualified for state competition: Ella Chevalier, horn; Elisabeth Fischer, clarinet; Will Hartman, trumpet; Matthew Lehner, violin; Spencer […]

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Hamilton announces March students of the month

Hamilton High School students representing 11 curriculum areas were selected as March students of the month. They are: Jenna Withrow, applied engineering and technology; Kai Warden, art; John Pappas, business education; Lucas Krzyston and Charles Phillips, communication arts; Malena Herr, family and consumer sciences; Isabelle Prochazka, fitness education; Austin Eklund, mathematics; Owen Davies, music; Anika […]

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Hamilton Dance Team tryouts May 18-21

Students interested in trying out for the 2020-21 Hamilton High School dance team are invited to participate in the four-day process May 18-21 that will involve a combination of virtual activities and live tryouts. Please see the flyer for details. Tryouts are open to all incoming eighth-graders and current high school students. […]

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Hamilton students get perfect score on ACT

Hamilton High School juniors Ella Chevalier, Ellie DeCleene and Nikhita Nair did what few students have done – they earned a perfect score of 36 on the ACT college-entrance exam. The students learned in a letter from ACT Chief Executive Officer Marten Roorda about their accomplishment. Earlier in the year, Margaret Flynn was notified that […]

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May 5, 2020

School Board lifts policies that pertain to state assessments, high school final exams Because the state is not requiring annual student assessments this year due to the pandemic, the Hamilton School Board voted to suspend its policies that pertain to student performance on state tests. Results of state tests normally are considered when deciding whether […]

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