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Willow Springs Learning Center students celebrate with branching out ceremony

Willow Springs Learning Center held its annual Branching Out Ceremony June 3, 4 and 5. The ceremony is the culminating activity of the year for students who will attend 5-year-old kindergarten at their neighborhood elementary school next year. The ceremony recognizes their growth as 4-year-old kindergartners during the 2023-24 school year and symbolizes how they […]

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Hamilton softball team joins forces off the field to pack and donate lunches

Members of the Hamilton High School softball team pack almost 200 bag lunches for individuals facing food insecurity. On May 31, thirteen volunteers from the team gathered to make sandwiches and assemble the bag lunches. The project stemmed from a Hamilton High School AP Language and Composition class, in which students were tasked with creating […]

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Bauer selected as Hamilton High School Principal

The Hamilton School Board has approved the hiring of Dominic Bauer as Hamilton High School principal. He officially begins his new position July 1, 2024. Bauer replaces Rebecca Newcomer who submitted her resignation to pursue other professional opportunities. Bauer has twelve years of teaching experience and six years as an administrator. For the last six […]

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Templeton students’ volunteer experience celebrates connection

Templeton Middle School (TMS) eighth graders volunteered their time to serve meals at St. Ben’s Community Meal site four evenings in May. The students are TMS Peer Helpers, a group of student leaders that focus on supporting fellow students to build feelings of connection and confidence at school. “The most memorable moment in my opinion […]

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Community comes out to experience Hamilton Applied Engineering and Technology programs

Community members visited Hamilton’s Applied Engineering and Technology (AET) Open House on May 29 to tour state-of-the-art labs, see class projects, meet teachers and hear directly from students about what they accomplished during the 2023-24 school year. “Many employers are facing workforce shortages and our department believes events like this can expose our students’ diverse […]

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Collaborative project celebrates student artists of all ages

Hamilton High School students and Woodside Elementary School first graders celebrate the second year of a collaborative art project that brings the school district together and celebrates artists of all ages. Early in the 2023-24 school year, first grade students were given the opportunity to dream up a silly ‘scranimal’ which is the combination of […]

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Hamilton student named Wisconsin Microsoft PowerPoint champion

Hamilton High School sophomore Jayden Ross has been named a Wisconsin state champion in the Microsoft PowerPoint exam. Ross will go on to compete June 17-19 at the 2024 Microsoft Office Specialist U.S. National Championship in Orlando. Students in Toni Hillmann’s Computer Applications courses completed the productivity strand of the Microsoft Imagine Academy’s program which […]

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Community invited to Hamilton Applied Engineering and Technology Open House

Hamilton School District is excited to invite the public to an Applied Engineering and Technology (AET) Open House and Student Showcase Wednesday, May 29 from 4 – 6 p.m. at Hamilton High School. This is a unique opportunity to explore the state-of-the-art AET classroom labs, meet the dedicated teachers and students and view their remarkable […]

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