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Hamilton district plans for start of school

Hamilton School District compiled essential information for families anticipating the start of the 2021-22 school year. For more information, visit each school’s webpage on the district website at

Registration — Parents can log in to Infinite Campus Aug. 2-9 to verify and update information, pay school fees online and sign off on school forms. The district changed its payment processing vendor July 1, and families must re-enter payment information before a payment can be processed in Infinite Campus. Families without an Infinite Campus parent portal should contact School phone numbers are:

  • Willow Springs Learning Center, 4-year-old kindergarten, (262) 255-6190;
  • Lannon Elementary, (262) 255-6106;
  • Maple Avenue Elementary, (262) 246-4220;
  • Marcy Elementary, (262) 781-8283;
  • Woodside Elementary, (262) 820-1530;
  • Silver Spring Intermediate, (262) 820-2080;
  • Templeton Middle, (262) 246-6477; and
  • Hamilton High, (262) 246-6471.

Those unsure of their school attendance area should call the district’s Public Information Office at (262) 246-1973 x1100.

Kindergarten — The district offers kindergarten programs for students who are four and five years old. The program for 4-year-olds (4K) is at Willow Springs Learning Center, and the program for 5-year-olds (5K) is at neighborhood elementary schools.

To be eligible for the optional 4K program, a child must be four years old on or before Sept. 1. The program is a half day — an 8:45 – 11:30 a.m. morning session or 12:45 – 3:30 p.m. afternoon session.

Each elementary school offers a full-day kindergarten program for children who turn five years old on or before Sept. 1. The 5K program follows the elementary school schedule.

Great Start conferences — Great Start conferences will be held for students in 4K – grade 6 to allow students, parents and teachers to meet face-to-face before students’ first day of school. The conferences will allow for teachers to gather information through a parent questionnaire and collect initial student literacy data. Willow Springs will conduct conferences Sept. 1, 2, 3 and 7, and elementary and intermediate schools on Sept. 1 and 2.

First day of classes — Sept. 1 is the first day of classes for middle and high school students, Sept. 3 for elementary and intermediate school students and Sept. 8 for 4K students.
School hours will be:

  • Hamilton High School, 7:20 a.m. – 2:25 p.m.;
  • Templeton Middle School, 7:30 a.m. – 2:45 p.m.;
  • Silver Spring Intermediate School, 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.;
  • Willow Springs, morning and afternoon sessions, 8:45 – 11:30 a.m., 12:45 – 3:30 p.m.; and
  • elementary schools, 8:50 a.m. – 3:50 p.m.

Transportation — Bus route information will be posted in Infinite Campus by the last week of August. Further communication will be sent out once routes are finalized and ready for viewing.

  • Sept. 6 – Labor Day;
  • Oct. 1, Nov. 5, Jan. 21, 24, Feb. 25 – teacher in-services;
  • Oct. 22 – break;
  • Nov. 12 – no school for grades 4K-6, virtual learning for grades 7-12;
  • Nov. 24-26 – Thanksgiving break;
  • Dec. 23-31 – winter break;
  • Jan. 17 – break;
  • March 11 – no school for grades 4K-6, virtual learning for grades 7-12;
  • March 21-25 – spring break;
  • April 15-18 – break; and
  • May 30 – Memorial Day.

The last day of school for 4K is June 9; the last day of school for 5K-12 is a half day on June 10. Additional dates are included in the one-page district calendar.

Immunization — Wisconsin law requires parents to provide updated records on their child’s immunizations including polio, hepatitis B, MMR and varicella. Students entering grade 6 are also required to have one dose of Tdap. Please refer to the schedule for required immunizations. Students must be in compliance with the required immunizations as of the first day of school. Parents should make their child’s school aware of any recently received immunizations using the Wisconsin Immunization Record. Step 4 of this form includes a waiver section for families who waive any immunizations. Questions about the immunization schedule should be directed to the child’s physician or the Waukesha County Public Health Department.

Wisconsin and the Hamilton School District do not require COVID vaccinations. Students who have received COVID vaccinations should retain vaccination dates for their personal records.

School lunch program — The U.S.D.A. extended free school lunch for all students for the 2021-22 school year. Families who qualify for free and reduced lunch are still encouraged to fill out the online application as the free and reduced status determines eligibility for other programs.

Hamilton food service staff members are committed to producing quality meals that are nutritious and appealing to children. Lunch consists of five food items — protein, whole grain, fruit, vegetable and milk. To reduce waste, children are offered an entire lunch but are only required to take three items, one of which must be a fruit or vegetable.

Lunch menus will be listed on the district website. Parents are asked to go over the lunch menu with their children to help them decide what to eat each day. Children should be encouraged to take at least a portion of an unfamiliar or unpopular food item.

District website — The district website is at and is updated often with supply lists, newsletters, calendar, lunch menus, news releases and other information.

For more information about the Hamilton School District, contact the individual schools or the district’s Public Information Office at (262) 246-1973 x1100.