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  • Test drive a school bus

    The Dairyland-Hamilton Bus Company needs drivers and is offering a chance to get behind the wheel of a school bus and see what it is like to drive.

    The "Big Bus No Big Deal" recruiting event is Thursday August 11, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. at Silver Spring Intermediate School.

  • Great Start Conferences

    Lannon is excited to again offer parents, guardians and children an opportunity to conference with teachers on August 31, September 1 or 2, 2022 during our Great Start Conferences.

    Parents and guardians should watch for an email to sign up for their child’s conference on August 12 and complete the Parent Questionnaire by August 19.


    Pictures to be taken at Great Start Conferences

    Parents and guardians should access the picture flyer 10 days before to choose their picture package.

    Yearbooks are sold separately and are not included in packages.


    Learning spaces nut free and updated birthday info

    Nut Free Student Snacks and Non-edible Treats
    All Lannon learning spaces are nut free. Parents and guardians, please help us ensure that our classroom space is a safe space by ensuring that all student snacks and treats are nut free. The cafeteria is the only exception to nut free as we are able to take extra cleaning precautions to ensure that peanut butter sandwiches and granola bars are enjoyed safely.
    We greatly appreciate your partnership.

    How are student birthdays celebrated at Lannon School?
    Student birthdays are recognized during our special weekly virtual announcements and students receive a card 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.


    Lunch program now with individual barcode cards

    Students will scan their secure and unique lunch barcode card in the lunch line when checking out. Review our lunch program brochure here.


    Families must update immunization records

    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 one dose of Tdap.

    Parents and guardians, please refer to the schedule for required immunizations. 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 using the Wisconsin Immunization Record. Step 4 of this form includes a waiver section for families who waive any immunizations.

    Questions about the immunization schedule should be directed to the child’s physician or the Waukesha County Public Health Department.


    Lannon Elementary lost & found will continue be virtual

    Every Friday pictures of items in the lost & found will be uploaded to a Google folder for parents to review.

    To claim an item, parents and guardians may email Mrs. Viloria at vilosa@hamilton.k12.wi.us and Lannon office will coordinate to send home with the student.

    Students will not have access to the lost & found during the school day.


  • Families can apply for free, reduced lunches

    The Hamilton School District announced its policy for children unable to pay the full price of meals served under the National School Lunch Program. Household size and income criteria determine eligibility. To apply for free or reduced price meals, households[...]

  • Proposed budget keeps mill rate at historic low level

    If the assumptions made in building the 2022-23 Hamilton School District budget are accurate, taxpayers will once again see the lowest mill rate in the 60-year history of the district. The Hamilton School Board gave its approval for a $70[...]

  • Hamilton district plans for start of school

    Hamilton School District compiled essential information for families anticipating the start of the 2022-23 school year. For more information, visit each school’s webpage on the district website at www.hamilton.k12.wi.us. Registration — Families can log in to Infinite Campus Aug. 1-8[...]

  • Families asked to drop off medication before start of school

    Hamilton School District’s prescription medication drop-off process has changed to ensure the safety and well-being of its students. Medication that needs to be administered during the school day should be delivered to the school health room before the start of[...]

  • DPI, RtI recognize five Hamilton schools

    Five schools in the Hamilton School District were recognized by Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) and Wisconsin RtI Center. Three elementary schools – Lannon, Maple Avenue and Marcy – along with Silver Spring Intermediate and Templeton Middle were honored[...]

  • District presents nurses with Community Service Award

    The Hamilton School District presented district nurses Tracy Gordon and Lynn McClone with its 2022 Community Service Award at the May 16 School Board meeting. The award is the most significant recognition for individuals who have had a positive impact[...]

  • Hamilton to host Friendship Walk May 21

    Hamilton School District invites the community to join this year’s Best Buddies Friendship Walk May 21. The walk will start at 8:30 a.m. on Hamilton High School’s track. Best Buddies senior students will be recognized at 9:30 a.m. with an[...]

  • STARS Grants applications for students in grades K-11 open until April 30

    Families interested in Hamilton Education Foundation (HEF) grants for summer learning have until April 30 to apply for them. STARS (Students Taking Advantage of Renewal in Summer) Grants are available for students in grade K-11 for off-campus summertime enrichment programs[...]

  • Hamilton schools to celebrate Read Across America

    Hamilton School District students, staff and families will celebrate Read Across America Feb. 28 – March 4 with a variety of activities at school. Activities include celebration of Dr. Seuss’ birthday March 2, reading initiatives and book-themed dress-up fun. The[...]

  • Hamilton offers Summer Opportunities for students

    The Hamilton School District will again offer its popular Summer Opportunities Program designed to provide enrichment, enjoyment, skill maintenance and development for students entering 4K through grade 8. It also provides middle school and high school enrichment opportunities, credit make-up[...]

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Lannon Elementary School
7145 N. Lannon Road
Lannon, WI 53046

(262) 255-4185

School: 9:05 a.m. – 3:50 p.m.
Office: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Principal: Brian Balfany