Lannon Elementary Food Drive
Donate to the Lannon Elementary Food Drive from Monday, Jan. 31 through Friday, Feb. 11.
SOS serves almost 400 families in need in the Hamilton School District each year. Lannon students can help “putt” food on the SOS pantry shelves by donating non-perishable food items to our annual food drive. DETAILS HERE
Student report cards available January 31
Report cards will be posted in Infinite Campus parent portal beginning on January 31.
Parents and guardians, try logging in to your parent portal today.
Early admission to school deadline approaches
Parents who want their children considered for early admission into a Hamilton School District 5-year-old kindergarten or first grade class next fall should apply in writing by March 1 to their elementary school principal.
Application forms are available at elementary school offices. MORE
Lannon is in need of extra reusable child masks
Lannon is looking for donations of child size disposable and/or reusable face masks. If you can donate, please bring to the school office.
Lannon Elementary lost & found
Every Friday pictures of items in the lost & found will be uploaded to a Google folder for parents to review. To claim an item, please email Mrs. Wodarczak at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will coordinate to send home with your child.
What if I need to pick my child up from school?
- Parents and guardians should send a note in the morning to the child’s teacher if he/she normally rides the bus or stays for Y-Care.
- Parents and guardians should send a note in the morning to the child’s teacher if he/she will be picked up early.
- No changes to child’s end-of-day dismissal routine will be accepted after 2 p.m.
How to report your child’s absence
Parents and guardians should call the Lannon office (262-255-6106) or email (email@example.com) by 8:50 a.m. if a child will be absent. Please do not email the child’s teacher.
Learning spaces nut free and updated birthday info
Nut Free Student Snacks and Non-edible Treats
All Lannon learning spaces are nut free. Families can help ensure that the classroom space is a safe space by making all student snacks and treats nut free. The cafeteria is the only exception due to extra cleaning precautions to ensure that peanut butter sandwiches and granola bars are enjoyed safely.
How are student birthdays celebrated at Lannon School?
Student birthdays are recognized during special weekly virtual announcements; students have their picture taken and a card and birthday prize is delivered to each student on their birthday or ½ birthday. Individual classrooms also have special ways to recognize birthdays. Since celebrating birthdays is a non-curricular activity, Hamilton elementary schools do not allow food or other items to be brought in to celebrate birthdays.
Parents who want their children considered for early admission into a Hamilton School District 5-year-old kindergarten or first grade class next fall should apply in writing by March 1 to their elementary school principal. Application forms are available at elementary[...]