Imagine a school where all students are welcomed, included and celebrated. When you walk through the doors at Lannon Elementary School you understand why families want to send their children here. “Make Them Never Want to Miss a Day” is the motto of staff who care about all of our families and find meaningful ways to connect students to learning. We provide a supportive learning environment with opportunities to learn from failure while promoting each child’s individual strengths. The results are a positive, caring school with outstanding academic performance.
Tips to help support your at-home learning experience
Congratulations on finishing the first two weeks of at-home learning. It has been wonderful to connect with many of our Lannon families to offer our support! As we transition into a well-deserved four-day break and prepare for week #3, we would like to offer some helpful tips for supporting your child and making your experience easier. READ MORE
Access report cards on Infinite Campus on Tuesday
Third quarter report cards for grades 1-4 will be posted on Infinite Campus parent portal on Tuesday, April 14. Kindergarten report cards are only prepared at the end of each semester.
Student Services available for Lannon students & families
As we focus on continuity of learning, we also value the importance of the social and emotional needs of our students and families. During this challenging time, we want to assure you and your child that we are here for support. Read full article here.
How to access library resources from home
Please direct library questions and concerns to Sherri Morrill, library media specialist, at email@example.com.
Please pay outstanding school fees
Pay online with a credit card through Infinite Campus, or mail a check payable to Hamilton School District to the Lannon office (7145 N Lannon Rd. Lannon, WI 53046).
Accessing Everyday Math from home
Students can access Everyday Math from their student Google account. Click here to view instructions how.
Logging in to student Google accounts from home
Students will need to log in to their student Google accounts in order to access their bookmarks, history, saved passwords and other settings. This will essentially allow their screen to look just like it does at school, making it much easier for students to access resources they are accustomed to using at school.
Families, sharing birthday treats can be a fun birthday celebration but by no means is it an expectation. If you plan to send a birthday treat for your child’s classroom, please be aware of the following:
- Student allergies. Teachers will notify families if they have a classroom with allergy restrictions. Original boxes and packaging with ingredient lists are appreciated whenever possible.
- Send only enough treats for the students in the classroom, and you are welcome to include the teacher and assistant if you’d like.
- We are asking items not be shared outside of the classroom.
Thank you for understanding as we work to celebrate while respecting the sensitivities of others and minimizing disruptions to the school day.