Student learning continues during extended illness and quarantine

Our school district is committed to supporting learners moving in and out of the classroom due to extended illnesses (2 or more days) or quarantine in a consistent way across the district so that learning is not interrupted. 

If your child is absent from school due to illness or a need to quarantine, he or she will have the opportunity to stay connected to his or her learning via Daily Learning Expectations posted to his/her Seesaw journal. These Daily Learning Expectations will include the taped mini lessons for the day along with assignments that support the lesson learning goals. Please view an example HERE. Please note that daily learning tasks from the day of absence will not be posted until the following morning (Example: Monday’s lessons will be posted Tuesday morning).

Our goal is to provide your child with access to the key lesson components and allow for concept practice. By viewing the recorded mini lessons and completing the learning tasks contained in the Daily Learning Expectations, your children will be ready to re-enter their classrooms in line with their peers. 

Thank you for partnering with us as we ensure our students can continue their learning

Picture re-take day: Tuesday, Oct. 13

Be sure to send your child with a camera-ready outfit. If you are having a re-take, you must return your picture packet on re-take day. If you would like to still order pictures you can do so on the Lifetouch website here.

Hamilton School District has openings

The Hamilton School District has the following long-term substitute teacher positions available: Silver Spring grade 5, Maple Avenue special education, Lannon grade 2 and Hamilton special education. In addition, the high school is seeking a special education paraprofessional. Please apply on WECAN at  https://wecan.education.wisc.edu/#/. Questions? Contact Martha Burns in the Human Resources Department at burnma@hamilton.k12.wi.us or (262) 246-1973 x1181.  

Teachers On Call seeks substitutes

Hamilton School District partners with Teachers On Call to fill substitute teacher and paraprofessional positions throughout the school year. Teachers on Call encourages parents to join their team and enjoy the benefits of a flexible schedule, online pre- and post-hire training and bonuses. Find out more or apply online. Questions? Contact Michael Burkhardt at mburkhardt@teachersoncall.com or (414) 418-8539.

Online applications for holiday assistance taken until Nov. 16

Online applications for assistance through the Christmas Clearing Council will be taken until Nov. 16. The Christmas Clearing Council of Waukesha County is a community organization that promotes and coordinates assistance to families in need during the holiday season. The organization matches families in need with individuals, families or organizations that are willing to help on a one-to-one basis.

English and Spanish applications can be found at: http://www.christmasclearingcouncil.org/get-help.html.
 
To qualify for the program, applicants must:
• reside with their children, birth through high school senior, in Waukesha County; and
• qualify for the federal free or reduced lunch program.

Submitting your application early improves your chances of being sponsored. For an application or additional information please contact Murrene Payton, school social worker, at (262) 246-6471 x1132.

Lannon library website

Do you know that through the Lannon Library Website, your child has access to many educational resources that can be accessed and used at home? You can also access Library Lessons here if your child is ever absent. Please be sure you have this site bookmarked and easily accessible.

Do you know that your child needs to login and use their Hamilton School District Google account to be able to access many of these resources? Your device at home will need to authenticate that your child is a Hamilton School District student since these databases are paid subscriptions. Click this document to learn how to add your child’s school Google account at home.

Did you know that your child can check out books at any time from our virtual library using the Sora app? Click here for more details.

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Morrill, the Library Media Specialist, at morrsh@hamilton.k12.wi.us.  

What if I need to pick my child up from school?

  • Send a note in the morning to your child’s teacher if he or she normally rides the bus or stays at Y-Care.
  • Send a note in the morning to your child’s teacher if he or she will be picked up early. You will need to come into the Lannon office and sign your child(ren) out. 
  • If you are picking up at normal end-of-day please have your orange visor tag placed in your vehicle and review these processes and procedures
  • No changes to child’s end-of-day dismissal routine will be accepted after 2 p.m.

Students to be prepared for Friday schedule on Tuesday, Sept. 29

Specials classes (gym, art, music, library, etc.) that your child normally has on Friday will take place on Tuesday.

Emergency contact information

This year it is especially important that the Lannon health room can reach your child’s emergency contacts in a timely manner. At least one contact must be available to pick up an ill child within 30 minutes.

Please be sure your emergency contact information is up-to-date and consider adding extra contacts to your child’s Infinite Campus account if possible.

Lannon Stay Safe slideshow

Families, check out this slideshow here with your children for information on new processes and routines for Lannon this fall. Parent pick up and drop off, lunch service, classroom set up, hallway protocol, and more!

Lannon Elementary lost & found will be virtual

Pictures have been added – please review here .   
Every Friday pictures of items in the lost & found will be uploaded to a google folder for parents to review. To claim an item, please email Mrs. Wodarczak at wodaan@hamilton.k12.wi.us and we will coordinate to send home with your child. Students will not have access to the lost & found during the school day. It is important to label items whenever possible, as labeled items will be returned directly to students. 


Birthday treats

As we strive for a safer environment we ask families to refrain from sending classroom birthday treats to school. All students will receive a special birthday treat and card from the Lannon staff to enjoy on or around their birthday (or half birthday). Thank you for understanding.