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.
Class lists for 2019-20 school year
The Lannon staff is in the early stages of preparing class lists for next year. The following criteria are considered.
“March Madness” scholarship collection
Our “March Madness” Lannon School scholarship collection begins in March. Scholarships are awarded to graduating Hamilton High School Seniors on an annual basis. Scholarship recipients go through an application process and must have attended Lannon Elementary.
Counselor Corner with Mrs. Taylor
As winter changes to spring, our children begin spending more time outside. It is optimal time to review with students the importance of Protective Behavior. In all classes in April we will begin our Protective Behavior unit. Children will learn behaviors they can use to keep themselves safe at school, at home, and in the community. We will discuss stranger danger and unsafe/uncomfortable kinds of touches. Children are taught these important safety rules:
- Be cautious around all strangers.
- Beware of dangerous stranger’s tricks.
- No one should touch a child’s private parts except to keep them clean or healthy.
- No one should hurt a child’s body in a way that leaves bruises, cuts, burns or marks.
The lessons are presented tactfully with the intent to empower children to know what to do in a dangerous situation: Say NO, RUN and TELL an adult you trust. If you have any questions about the content of these lessons or do not want your child to be involved in the protective behavior lessons, please feel free to contact me at (262) 255-6106 x2254.
School hours to change next fall
With the opening of Silver Spring Intermediate School next fall, new bus patterns will be established. Students in grades 4K-6 will be on the same buses, and grades 7-12 will share buses. Because another school will be accommodated in the bus runs for grades 4K-6, school start and dismissal times will be adjusted for those schools. New school hours were recently determined. They will be:
|Silver Spring Intermediate School||8:30 a.m.||3:30 p.m.|
|Willow Springs (am/pm sessions)||8:45/11:30 a.m.||12:45/3:30 p.m.|
|Elementary schools||8:50 a.m.||3:50 p.m.|
Hamilton High School and Templeton Middle School hours are expected to remain as they are.
More information about bus schedules will be provided when available.