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Free computer classes offered to senior citizens

Senior citizens interested in learning about basic computer operations and the Internet may sign up for free classes offered at Hamilton High School. The 5-session course is offered to senior citizens who would consider volunteering to be a part of the Seniors and Students Program – a partnership between the Hamilton School District and the […]

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Hamilton sophomores take WKCE week of Nov. 3

Hamilton High School sophomores will take the Wisconsin Knowledge and Concepts Examination (WKCE) the week of Nov. 3. School attendance is especially encouraged, and all out-of-school appointments should be avoided during the test week. A Student-Parent Pre-Test Guide will be mailed to the homes of sophomores in the weeks preceding the test. The guide includes […]

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PSAT offered at Hamilton Oct. 18

The PSAT (Practice SAT I) will be given Oct. 18 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Hamilton High School, W220 N6151 Town Line Rd., Sussex. The test provides collegebound juniors an opportunity to experience and practice taking a shortened version of the SAT I. The SAT I can be used for admission to the […]

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First Lady Jessica Doyle visits Templeton

Wisconsin’s First Lady Jessica Doyle visited Templeton Middle School Sept. 8 to learn about the initiatives the school has implemented to support student achievement. The governor’s wife, a middle school teacher from Madison, expressed admiration to the staff and students at Templeton after dropping in on two classes and meeting students in the school library. […]

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Hamilton teacher attends summer sessions

Hamilton High School teacher Jane Kyle attended two summer conferences related to the family and consumer education classes she teaches. Kyle attended the Wisconsin Family and Consumer Educators Annual Conference July 22 and 23 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The conference, “Blazing New Pathways,” included sessions that focused on resources, strategies and curriculum ideas for […]

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Schlei, Cerroni chosen in Wendy’s program

Seniors Brian Schlei and Kira Cerroni are Hamilton High School’s nominees for Wendy’s High School Heisman Program. They were chosen for their academic aptitude, athletic talent and tremendous display of commitment in and out of school. “These two promising young leaders represent the very best Hamilton has to offer, as both are recognized for their […]

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Hamilton graduate awarded restaurant scholarship

Hamilton High School graduate Laura Zabrowski was awarded the Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation Scholarship for the 2003-04 school year. Zabrowski will receive $2,000 toward education expenses in foodservice and hospitality. Zabrowski, who is enrolled at Waukesha County Technical College studying Culinary Management, will be honored Oct. 13 at the association’s Scholarship Recognition Dinner in […]

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Cultural Exchange Club Craft Fair

More than 100 crafters will display arts and crafts from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 11 at Hamilton High School, W220 N6151 Townline Rd., Sussex. Admission and parking are free. Breakfast and lunch will be available. A silent auction featuring donated handmade items from our exhibitors will be held. This event is sponsored by […]

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Woodside teacher elected to state science board

Woodside Elementary School fourth grade teacher Chris Parrinello was elected to a statewide science teachers’ organization. Parrinello will serve a 3-year term as recording secretary on Wisconsin Elementary and Middle Level Science Teachers (WEST), Inc. WEST President Joel Anderson expressed appreciation for Parrinello’s service to the voluntary teachers’ board. “Chris is committed to the improvement […]

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Hamilton graduate earns national scholarship

Hamilton High School graduate Renee Klein was selected one of 10 students nationwide to receive the Mike Hylton and Ron Niederman Memorial Scholarship. She earned the $1,000 scholarship based on academic achievement, community service, volunteer work, school activities and other pertinent experiences and achievements. While attending Hamilton, Klein was active in the National Honor Society, […]

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