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Fri Jan, 15

Hamilton Students Earn Microsoft Certification

January 15, 2021 Hamilton High School students in Toni Hillmann’s first semester Computer Application courses completed rigorous technical training and earned Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification. Students completed the “Productivity” strand of the Microsoft Imagine Academy program which includes the opportunity to take exams in Word, Excel and PowerPoint.   The following students received MOS [Read more]


Fri Oct, 16

Woodside Teacher Environment Educator of the Year

October 15, 2020               Woodside Teacher Chosen Environmental Educator of the Year   Woodside Elementary School kindergarten teacher Peter Dargatz was awarded Wisconsin Association for Environmental Education (WAEE) 2020 Formal Educator of the Year Award. He is being honored for his outstanding, ongoing effort in infusing environmental education into his teaching. WAEE is a [Read more]


Mon Sep, 14

Hamilton Graduate Named Academic All-State

September 11, 2020 Hamilton High School 2020 graduate Nicholas Klemm was named Golf Coaches Association of Wisconsin (GCAW) Academic All-State honoree. Klemm was one of 620 students in 86 high schools to be recognized. The average grade point average of these students was an exceptional 3.717. “We are pleased to announce that Nick Klemm of [Read more]


Mon Aug, 10

Hamilton Teacher Completes SBE Professional Development

August 5, 2020 Hamilton High School business education teacher Amanda Fields completed six hours of professional development related to School Based Enterprises (SBE) in July. The training was sponsored by the Department of Public Instruction, Wisconsin Marketing Education Association and WiseLearn.   2020 Virtual SBE Academy participants collaborated and learned about creating an SBE, best [Read more]


Tue Jul, 14

Templeton Students Conduct Successful Book Drive

July 14, 2020 Templeton Students Conduct Successful Book Drive Templeton Middle School students celebrated Read Across America Week by teaming up with Milwaukee Sting Volleyball Club to collect 389 new and gently-used books for children in Milwaukee. The book drive benefited Next Door Milwaukee, an award-winning early education provider that focuses on improving literacy and [Read more]


Mon Mar, 9

What does “ideal health” look like? What is a normal, healthy part of aging versus what is common, but not healthy? Do you have health concerns that you are stuck with for the rest of your life? Could there be something wrong despite the fact that your doctor says your labs are all normal? At [Read more]


Sun Jan, 27

Employee Retention through Recognition

Who can argue the value and importance of employee retention? One of the most significant challenges in today’s business climate is finding motivated employees. Consider the time and expense required to recruit, interview, onboard and train each member of your company’s workforce and consider the ramifications when reliable employees leave for a better position. The [Read more]


Thu Jan, 17

A message from new Executive Director, Dana Breunig

Thank you for welcoming me to the chamber as your Executive Director. I am beyond thrilled to serve our members and promote Sussex and surrounding areas as a great place to live, work, and play. I’m passionate about connecting people and helping businesses thrive.  Together we will work together to advance our local economy – [Read more]


Fri Dec, 7

The Best Job in America

Alright everyone, play along. Any guesses as to the best job in America? Beer taster? Wastepaper basket repairman? Video game tester? Wrong. The best job in America is mine. According to me anyway. But don’t be discouraged, the second best job in America is still available. It’s located at the intersection of passion and purpose, [Read more]


Tue Nov, 13

Hamilton highest performing K-12 district in Waukesha County, third highest in state

State School Report Card: Wisconsin School Report Card data were released today, and the Hamilton School District’s performance once again was among the highest in the state. Hamilton was the highest rated school district in Waukesha County and third highest among Wisconsin’s 367 K-12 school districts.


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