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.
Lannon staff update
Lannon families, we are excited to welcome new faces to our staff for the 2018-19 school year. Additionally, and excitedly, two additional sections were recently added to Lannon at 2nd and 3rd grade. These sections were allocated by Hamilton’s School Board and School District Administration to help support greater enrollment at these grade levels. This means Lannon will have three sections of first, second, third, and fifth grade, and two sections of kindergarten and fourth grade this year. Please see below for a breakdown of teachers and grade levels, as well as brief bios on new staff joining the LannFam this year.
- Jaclyn Weiss – Ms. Weiss, a Lannon Elementary and Hamilton High School alum, is joining our third grade team after graduating from UW-Stevens Point. Ms. Weiss student taught in Lannon’s fourth grade last year and served as a long-term substitute in the Pewaukee School District. We are excited about the positive energy, social leadership, familiarity and rigor Ms. Weiss brings to Lannon.
- Mike Schramek – Mr. Schramek, a fourteen year veteran teacher, joins Lannon’s fifth grade team after nine years teaching sixth grade in Wauwatosa. Mr. Schramek, a district resident, is also Hamilton High School’s varsity baseball coach and a member of the Charger football coaching staff. We are thrilled about the math leadership, technology literacy, and collaboration skills he brings to Lannon.
- Molly Wirnsberger – Ms. Wirnsberger, a recent graduate of UW-Madison, joins Lannon as our new Physical Education teacher. A cross-fit enthusiast and fitness leader, Ms. Wirnsberger brings a contagious passion for learning and education to Lannon in addition to fitness leadership. Her colleagues describe her as someone who brings fresh ideas to the classroom, and through exceptional planning creates opportunities where all students have fun learning about fitness.
- Libby Berry – Mrs. Berry joins our Literacy Intervention team this fall. Mrs. Berry has been a classroom teacher at Woodside Elementary for the past 13 years and is excited to focus on her area of expertise, literacy, with our Lannon Learners. We welcome her kindness, extensive Hamilton classroom experience, passion for literacy, and passion for learning, to our Lannon school community.
- Kindergarten – Mrs. Gleisner and Mr. Orlowski
- 1st grade – Mrs. Brugger, Mrs. Johnson, and Mrs. Lichéy
- 2nd grade – Mrs. Cromos, Ms. Rittich, and Mrs. Tarantino
- 3rd grade – Mrs. Bowe, Mrs. Hecker, and Ms. Weiss
- 4th grade – Mrs. Baker and Mr. Hunkins
- 5th grade – Mr. Brezenski, Ms. Schadeberg, and Mr. Schramek
Meet & Greet / Picture Night
Please join us on Tuesday, August 28 for Lannon Elementary’s annual All School Meet & Greet from 5-6:30 p.m. Meet your teachers, drop off school supplies, and visit with specials teachers in their classrooms.
Pictures will also be taken from 4-7 p.m. in the Lannon Gymnasium.
Access link here 10 days before to choose your picture package. Picture packets will also be available day of event. Please remember to make checks payable to Lifetouch Photography.
*Please note yearbooks are not included in picture packages and must be ordered separately.
Make up picture day is scheduled for October 9.
A reminder notification will be sent in an upcoming Cardinal Reporter newsletter.
Disclaimer: Please note classrooms and teachers will be accessible from 5:00 – 6:30 pm.
Lannon Elementary after school club information
Spanish Club: Monday, Oct. 15 – April 8, 2019
Young Rembrandts: Tuesday, Sept. 18 – Oct. 23
See flyers linked above for more details.
Important news from the Health Room
Immunization – Wisconsin law requires parents to provide updated records on their children’s immunizations including polio, hepatitis B, MMR and varicella. Students entering grade 6 are also required to have had one dose of Tdap. 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. The schedule for required immunizations can be found at http://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/publications/p44021.pdf. Questions about the immunization schedule should be directed to the child’s physician or the Waukesha County Public Health Department.
- If possible, please schedule medications to be given at home rather than during school hours.
- Medications that will be administered or kept in the health room must be brought in by the parent/guardian in the original container.
- Each medication must be accompanied by a separate Medication Permission Form. These forms can be found on the district website: https://www.hamilton.k12.wi.us/district/district-forms-annual-notices/ (Student asthma inhaler permission, Student Epinephrine auto-injector permission, and Student medication permission)
- If your student plans to self-carry an inhaler or epinephrine during the school year, a medication permission form must be completed and kept on file in the health room.
- Please provide medications in small quantities.
- Medications must be picked up by the parent/guardian prior to the last day of school or it will be discarded
Convenience of recurring lunch fund payments now available
A new convenient feature for recurring lunch payments is available to parents who want to ensure their children’s accounts won’t run out of funds and avoid automated messages regarding lunch balances.
Parents can now choose to:
- make a specific recurring payments each month; or
- replenish their child’s account automatically when it reaches a minimum balance.
Families can activate these payment options by going to the payment section in Infinite Campus. The recurring payments option is at the top of the page. Then choose: child for whom payment will be made > add > either “monthly” or “low balance” option.
The recurring payment feature will be turned off in June each year and must be reset the following school year.
Lannon Home & School
Lannon Home & School is a parent organization similar to a PTA or PTO. We support the staff and students at Lannon Elementary. We organize fun school events. We also raise funds for field trips, classroom supplies and equipment. Please consider offering your helping hands during the upcoming school year and fill out our volunteer survey.
All school volunteers must have a background check on file. If you are new to Lannon or have not previously volunteered, please print a copy and bring to school at your convenience.
Thank you for your past, present and future support! If you have any questions about volunteering, you may contact Jen Galang at firstname.lastname@example.org.