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Families asked to drop off medication before start of school

Hamilton School District’s prescription medication drop-off process has changed to ensure the safety and well-being of its students. Medication that needs to be administered during the school day should be delivered to the school health room before the start of school. Families at Willow Springs and the elementary schools should contact administrative assistants to arrange […]

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DPI, RtI recognize five Hamilton schools

Five schools in the Hamilton School District were recognized by Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) and Wisconsin RtI Center. Three elementary schools – Lannon, Maple Avenue and Marcy – along with Silver Spring Intermediate and Templeton Middle were honored for successfully building schoolwide supports aimed at closing achievement gaps. “By establishing these supports, schools […]

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Woodside hosts successful food drive during Kindness Week

Woodside Elementary School held a successful food drive in May to benefit Sussex-Area Outreach Services. Woodside kindergarten through fourth grade students and their families donated 363 pounds of food. The drive was part of Woodside’s Kindness Week, in which students practiced being kind to others in school, at home and in the community. Woodside Elementary […]

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District presents nurses with Community Service Award

The Hamilton School District presented district nurses Tracy Gordon and Lynn McClone with its 2022 Community Service Award at the May 16 School Board meeting. The award is the most significant recognition for individuals who have had a positive impact on the entire district. “Many people had to make adjustments when COVID-19 hit, but district […]

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Hamilton students inducted in French national honor society

Hamilton High School’s Société Honaraire de Français inducted 13 new members June 2 at a formal ceremony. In addition, 12 seniors received an honor cord to wear during graduation. To be a member, students demonstrate commitment to the French language by completing French 5, having 3.0 or higher grade point average in French and 3.0 […]

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Hamilton announces May students of the month

Hamilton High School students representing 12 curriculum areas were selected as students of the month for May. They are: Ryan Pauli, applied engineering and technology; Alvin Mata, art; Madelyn Gammon, business education; Caroline Aron, communication arts; Grace Wodarczak, family and consumer sciences; Amelia Berrall, fitness education; Alexandra Turner, mathematics; Jesse Walkowiak, mathematics; Casey Lewandowski, music; […]

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Hamilton announces April students of the month

Hamilton High School students representing 12 curriculum areas were selected as students of the month for April. They are: Kasey Schlafer, applied engineering and technology; Leah Balsbaugh, art; Shriya Venkataramani, business education; Sophia Heyn, communication arts; Mya Suneja, family and consumer sciences; Jackson Poelzer, fitness education; Brooke Price, mathematics; Kaitlyn Donnelly, music; Ian Bieri, science; […]

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Hamilton students inducted in German national honor society

Hamilton High School’s German National Honor Society inducted nine new members May 18 at a formal ceremony. In addition, 11 seniors received an honor cord to wear during graduation. To be a member, students demonstrate commitment to the German language by completing German 3, having 3.5 or higher grade point average in German and 3.0 […]

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Willow Springs students branching out

Willow Springs Learning Center will hold its annual Branching Out Ceremony June 7 and 8 at 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. The ceremony is the culminating activity of the year for students who will attend 5-year-old kindergarten at their neighborhood school next year. The ceremony recognizes their growth as 4-year-old kindergartners during the year and […]

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Hamilton students inducted in Spanish national honor society

Hamilton High School’s Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica inducted 45 new members May 12 at a formal ceremony. In addition, 41 seniors received an honor cord to wear during graduation. To be a member, students demonstrate commitment to the Spanish language by completing Spanish 4, having 3.4 or higher grade point average in Spanish and 3.0 or […]

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