Lannon Elementary has set a goal to TACKLE HUNGER

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Save April 4 for “A Million Dreams” Gala

The Hamilton Education Foundation (HEF) asks parents to save Saturday, April 4 as the date for “A Million Dreams” Gala. The event will be at Milwaukee Marriott West, W231W1600 Corporate Court in Waukesha. Doors open at 6 p.m.

Plenty of entertainment is in store including a raffle, auction and — new this year – dueling pianos. Raffle tickets are available with prizes of $1,000, $500, $250 and $100.
Ticket cost: 1 for $5; 3 for $10; 10 for $20 / Cash or checks payable to: HEF

Lannon Elementary parents and staff who are interested in buying raffle tickets should contact Ann Wodarczak at wodaan@hamilton.k12.wi.us.

For reservations or information, email hef@hamiltoneducationfoundation.org, or go to www.hamiltoneducationfoundation.org.


Lannon Cares event a huge success

Lannon students donated nearly 300 lunches to the Guest House Shelter in Milwaukee. Additionally, nearly 350 student created cards were delivered to Veterans throughout Waukesha and Milwaukee counties. Thank you to our wonderful families and Home & School organization for their support through volunteering and donating to the event. We look forward to continuing the event in years to come!


Mark your calendars for Lannon Elementary spring concerts

  • Kindergarten – Tuesday, March 3 (Lannon Elementary Gymnasium)
  • Grades 1 & 2 – Wednesday, March 18 (HFAC)
  • Grades 3 & 4 – Thursday, March 12 (HFAC)

More details to follow in an upcoming newsletter


Join us for our “Movie with Mom” event

Access flyer here and don’t forget to RSVP here by Jan. 20.

We are looking for some food preppers and event volunteers for this event. Prep can be done next week. Supplies will be provided. Event help as noted for Thursday, Jan. 23. We would love to have you join the fun to help this be a very successful event. Please access sign-up link here.

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Lannon Elementary after school club information

See flyers linked above for more details.


Birthday treats

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.