Attention grade 4 families!

An amazing educational opportunity for your child

How do the following benefits and “side effects” sound to you? Increased capacity for memory, increased perseverance and self-discipline, better listening skills, improved mathematical skill, more responsibility, improved reading and comprehension skills, increased social and team skills, better time management and organization, and another path for self-expression.

If these benefits sound good to you, then consider giving your child the opportunity of a lifetime: participation in Band. Visit the Hamilton Elementary Band Website to find out how to get your child involved in one of the strongest grades 5-12 band programs in the state of Wisconsin. Instrument Selection Nights will take place on Wednesday, May 30 and Thursday, May 31 at Maple Avenue Elementary School.

New this year – You will need to sign up for a time slot to attend a band information meeting. Following this short meeting, your child will “play-test” instruments and get matched to the instrument that they will study in fifth grade band. You can sign up for your meeting date and time HERE. I look forward to meeting many of you at our Instrument Selection Nights on May 30 and 31.

Mr. Gornick
5th Grade Band
Hamilton Elementary Band Website

We need you…to make the fun possible

We are looking for lots of volunteers to help the activities the school has planned for the last day to run smoothly! We have two shifts; morning and afternoon. Help with the morning shift and then stay and have lunch with your child. Or, have lunch with your child and then stay for the afternoon shift. At this time, please sign-up for only one shift so that all parents have the opportunity to participate. Volunteers needed for face painting, outdoor games, art project, snacks, and more! Please click here to sign up.

Home & School coordinators needed for 2018-19

Are you looking to get more involved with your child’s education? Home & School has lots of opportunities available for the 2018-19 school year and we need your help! See this flyer for more details and open coordinator positions.

Return all Lannon library books by May 31

Please be sure to have your children return ALL Lannon library books by Thursday, May 31. Don’t forget to check for books under beds, on bookshelves, at Grandma’s house, daycare and the babysitter’s house too. Bills for any lost library books will be emailed to you and must be paid by Tuesday, June 5. Thank you for respecting our library collection. We are fortunate to have so many wonderful resources for students to learn from and enjoy.

Keep reading this summer!

Mrs. Sherri Morrill
Lannon Library Media Specialist
(262) 255-6106

Fees, lunch prices for 2018-19

Following are fees and lunch prices in effect for the 2018-19 school year:

Kindergarten 4K, half-day $30
Kindergarten full day $65
Elementary $65
Middle school $75
High school $90
Chromebooks technology fee

Grades K-8
Grades 9-12



Middle school sports $60 per sport
High school sports $75 per sport
High school student parking $200 per year

No caps or family maximum exist.

Lunch prices will remain at:

Elementary lunch $2.60
Middle and high lunch $2.95
Milk 35 cents
Adult meal $3.60