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January 17, 2000

In an effort to more accurately pinpoint and address student instructional needs, the Hamilton School District will add a seventh grade standardized test to the district’s assessment program beginning this spring. Templeton administrators and staff members proposed adding the Terra Nova test because middle school students develop rapidly and staff members could use additional achievement […]

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January 4, 2000

School Board members approved an update of the district’s social studies curriculum. Instructional Services Supervisor Dee Bauman presented the social studies curriculum document that a representative committee of teachers had reviewed and revised over the past year. The revised document aligns with the Wisconsin Model Academic Standards for Social Studies. Each grade level or course […]

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December 20, 1999

Maple Avenue Elementary School students, under the direction of music teacher Terry Fojtik, played handchimes and sang holiday songs for the Hamilton School Board. The presentation was a demonstration of Spectrum gifted and talented programming offered at the school. Students meet with Fojtik during lunch, before and after school. School Board members complimented Fojtik and […]

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December 7, 1999

The Hamilton School Board ratified a contract with United Lakewood Educators that included total salary and benefit package increases that total 3.8 percent for the 1999-2000 school year and 3.9 percent for 2000-2001. ULE members overwhelmingly ratified the agreement Dec. 3, according to ULE co-chief negotiator Ann Meyers. School Board President Gerald Schmitz thanked the […]

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November 15, 1999

The Hamilton School Board accepted the 1998-99 Co-Curricular Activities Report Nov. 15 at its regular meeting. Hamilton High School Athletic & Activities Director Mike Gosz provided an overview of the past year highlighting the year’s improvements and recommendations for the future. Among the improvements Gosz reported were: finding alternative ways to fund athletics and activities; […]

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November 3, 1999

Annual reports describing the accomplishments of three programs were accepted Nov. 3 at the Hamilton School Board meeting. Instructional Services Supervisor Dee Bauman, Ph.D., presented information about how the district’s gifted and talented program, Spectrum, operates. While the goals of the Spectrum Program are the same throughout all grades, the structure differs from elementary, middle […]

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