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Templeton wins state “Spirit of Excellence Award”

Templeton Middle School won the state Junior and Middle School (JAM) “Spirit of Excellence Award” from the Wisconsin Association of School Councils (WASC). The prestigious award honors schools that achieve excellence in leadership, sportsmanship and service to their school and communities. Schools across Wisconsin submitted a detailed portfolio highlighting their achievements which was then judged […]

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Hamilton seeks nominees for Distinguished Alumnus

Community members are invited to nominate Hamilton High School graduates for the 2021 Distinguished Alumnus Award which will be presented at the June 12 high school graduation ceremony. People are asked to include the nominee’s name, address and phone number, along with a 50- to 75-word description of why the nominee is worthy of the […]

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Hamilton DECA experiences success at state

A total of 44 Hamilton High School DECA members competed March 1-13 in the virtual Wisconsin DECA State Career Development Conference. Hamilton earned 84 awards and qualified 21 members to advance to international competition. The following students were recognized for their success and will advance to the international conference: Colleen Flynn, first place overall, exam, […]

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Hamilton team places third in state Battle of the Books

Hamilton High School students Ellie DeCleene, Nikhita Nair, Sophia Heyn, Sydney Vande Hei and Peyton Impola (alternate) took third place in the senior division at the Wisconsin Educational Media & Technology Association (WEMTA) Battle of the Books competing against 58 teams statewide. Hamilton has placed in the top three in the last three years. The […]

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Hamilton announces February students of the month

Hamilton High School students representing 12 curriculum areas were selected as students of the month for February. They are: Zachary Balsiger, applied engineering and technology; Cora Brooks, art; Jacob Pfeifer, business education; Jacob Ullrick, communication arts; Madison Barnes, family and consumer sciences; Autumn Sears, fitness education; Isabell Gutowski and Griffin Wick, mathematics; Austin Calmes, music; […]

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Hamilton student wins Kohl Excellence Scholarship

Hamilton High School senior Arushi Ranasaria was selected a 2021 Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recipient. She is among 200 graduating students who have been recognized statewide. Ranasaria will be presented with a $10,000 Student Excellence Scholarship for demonstrated academic excellence, high motivation to achieve, activity and leadership outside of academics and strong promise for […]

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Hamilton High School honor roll announced

Hamilton High School announced its first semester honor roll for the 2020-21 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. […]

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Woodside hosts successful food drive during Kindness Week

Woodside Elementary School held a successful food drive in February to benefit Sussex-Area Outreach Services. Woodside kindergarten through fourth grade students and their families donated more than 800 items. Donations included boxed food, canned food, paper towels, facial tissue, diapers, grocery gift cards and checks. The drive was a part of Woodside’s Kindness Week, in […]

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Hamilton sees historic number of National Merit finalists

Six Hamilton High School seniors have been named finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Competition. It is the most finalists ever in the history of the school. The students are Ella Chevalier, Ella DeCleene, Margaret Flynn, Nikhita Nair, Mia Traverse and Cynthia Yan. More than 1.5 million high school students entered this competition by taking […]

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Hamilton schools to celebrate Read Across America

Hamilton School District students, staff and families will celebrate Read Across America March 1 – 5 with a variety of activities at school. Activities include celebration of Dr. Seuss’ birthday March 2, reading initiatives and book-themed dress-up fun. The purpose of Read Across America is to get students excited about reading and build school community. […]

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