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.
Join us in our new Speaker Series for 2019 – PEAK. More information on dates and small group session coming soon.
Hamilton School District students, staff and families will observe Red Ribbon Week Oct. 22 – 26 with a variety of activities at school. Activities highlight good choices, healthy habits and the fight against drugs.
Hamilton posts top scores on Forward Exam Hamilton School District students scored well on the Wisconsin Forward Exam, topping the statewide average by 21 – 29 percentage points and outperforming most Waukesha County school districts in all subject areas.
Inviting you to take a close-up look at Hamilton High School Applied Engineering & Technology Program Lab Renovation February 2018, Hamilton School District community members approved a referendum to fund the renovation and expansion of the Applied Engineering & Technology (AET) Program. You are invited to see firsthand the transformation of AET facilities and equipment paving the way [Read more]
New Sussex Area Chamber of Commerce Member Sussex, WI – The Sussex Area Chamber of Commerce (SACC) recently welcomed Jordon Bonnett, Edward Jones as a new member. Jordon is here to help you (this is all about you) and he truly cares about your financial well-being. Jordon wants to make sure that you understand how you pay [Read more]
Amazon planning sorting facility in Sussex which could bring more than 250 jobs to Waukesha County Amazon has submitted plans to the village to occupy 114,425 square feet of a 192,000-square-foot building at N53 W24700 Corporate Circle. Operations will include sorting packages, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Spring Is In The Air – Golf Anyone? We are happy to announce that the Sussex Area Chamber of Commerce Golf Outing will be held on August 2nd, 2018 at Ironwood Golf Course. As in previous years, we have sponsorships and golf packages available to all members and non-members in the community. This year, we have [Read more]
Voters in the Hamilton School District approved two referendum questions Feb. 20 that will allow for $57.4 million of construction projects, including a new intermediate school, and $1.5 million of operational costs. Two questions were put to voters seeking approval for:
Wisconsin Technology Education Association (WTEA) awarded Templeton Middle School applied engineering and technology education teacher Shannon Flaherty its WTEA Inspire Award.