Hamilton named Top Workplace

For the third consecutive year, the Hamilton School District was listed among the best places to work in southeastern Wisconsin in the June 8 publication, “The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Top Workplaces.” Hamilton was among the 150 businesses and organizations named in a special section of the Sunday newspaper and online at www.jsonline.com. The district’s ranking among large organizations was 13th among 25 based on results of an survey sent to all employees in November.

Evaluation for the Top Workplaces program is based on feedback from an anonymous employee survey conducted by an independent research firm that many employees completed a few months ago. Hamilton had an 84 percent response rate among all employees.

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Representatives from the district were invited to attend a reception recognizing top workplaces. Those attending were: (from left) seated, Hamilton School Board President Gabe Kolesari, Superintendent Kathleen Cooke, Ph.D., Marcy Administrative Assistant Kelly Rouse, standing, Public Information Coordinator Denise Dorn Lindberg, District Maintenance Foreman David LaPerriere,Templeton Middle School Art Teacher Jay Bergemann, Lannon Reading Specialist Kim Weber, Maple Avenue Grade 4 Teacher Patty Coburn and Hamilton High School mathematics teacher Steve Wunschel.