Marcy Elementary School W180n4851 Marcy Rd, Menomonee Falls, WI53051 Marcy Elementary School is located on a school site that dates back to the days of the area's earliest settlers. An…More extensive school renovation project in 2004 razed the oldest sections of the school, added classrooms, a computer lab and gymnasium and modernized the schools mechanical systems. The Marcy Parent Teacher Association (PTA) dates back to 1949, and the home-school relationship is a high priority for the teachers and administration of this historic elementary school.
Templeton Middle School N59w22490 Silver Spring Dr, Sussex, WI53089 Built in 1969 with additions and remodeling in 1974, 1993 and 1999, the institution serves 6th, 7th and 8th graders and…More is named for James Templeton. Templeton was the first postmaster in Sussex and became postmaster of an area east of the village known as Templeton before it consolidated with Sussex. In 2007, Templeton Middle School was named the Wisconsin Middle School of Excellence in the large school category.
This low-slung, 1960s ranch-style school was preceded by seven schools that date back to the days of the area's…More earliest settlers. Maple Avenue Elementary was built in 1960, with additions and renovations in 1964, 1966 and a $6.5-million addition in 2001.
The school's Building Character Program highlights respect, responsibility, caring and fairness. Another program, specifically for 5th graders, called STAR (Students Taking Additional Responsibility) developes leadership through school and community service projects.
Hamilton School District W220n6151 Town Line Rd, Sussex, WI53089 Academically competitive with the strongest school systems in the state, the Hamilton School District has been led since…More 1993 by superintendent Kathleen Cooke, Ph.D. Cooke began her education career as an elementary teacher in 1979 in the Oconomowoc School District, became an elementary principal, then middle school principal and served two years as Director of Human Resources before being named to the Oconomowoc School District's leadership team in 1992-93 as Assistant Superintendent. The seven-member Hamilton Board of Education includes two at-large seats elected from any location in the district, with one representative each from the Village of Sussex, Village of Lannon, Village of Butler, Village of Menomonee Falls and Town of Lisbon. The body meets in regular session on the third Monday of each month in offices adjacent to Hamilton High School. In 2010, the Hamilton School District was named "Government of the Year" in Waukesha County.