Monday, March 18, 2013
About 100 fourth-graders will participate in a field trip to Discovery World Museum next spring.
Woodside Elementary School will have 110 fourth-graders participate in a field trip to Discovery World Museum next spring, thanks to funding from the Kohl’s Cares Field Trip Grant Program, according to a news release on the Hamilton School District website. Fourth-grade teacher Kelly Flanagan completed the application requesting funds to pay for admission to the museum and a show about electricity for next year’s fourth-graders. She was happy students will be able to attend because the experience will enrich the fourth-grade curriculum. “The activities and displays at Discovery World Museum dovetail nicely with our science units on the human body, water conservation and electricity,” Flanagan said. Woodside Elementary School is located at …
Thursday, March 7, 2013
The number of performances will take place on March 14 throughout the day in different locations.
Woodside Elementary fourth- and fifth-graders will present their musical, “The Jungle Book KIDS,” based on the Disney animated movie. The 35-40 minute performances will be March 14 beginning at the following times and locations: Woodside is located at W236 N7465 Woodside Road. The Hamilton Fine Arts Center is located at W220 N6151 Town Line Road.
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
On-site registration is just $15.
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Teenager living near school accused of sexual assault this summer in Washington County.
Hamilton School District officials on Tuesday sent a letter to Woodside Elementary School parents informing them that a teenager accused of sexual assaulting a 6-year-old girl this summer, lives near their school. Alluding to a case pending against 17-year-old Daniel Koepke in Washington County Circuit Court, Woodside Principal James Edmond, told parents that extra police patrols have been planned near the school. "In addition, all district schools have monitored, secure entrances, and I have reinforced with our staff the need to be diligent in playground supervision," he wrote. Koepke is a Hamilton High School senior who has been charged with four felony counts stemming from an alleged sexual assault of a girl, according to the Sussex …
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Building projects at Woodside and Marcy elementary schools will be complete by Jan. 1, according to school officials.
The community was informed Monday that construction projects at Woodside and Marcy elementary schools will be completed on time and under budget, according to school officials. The multi-purpose facility will be complete along with the building of five classrooms at Woodside and six classrooms and expansion to create a multi-purpose area at Marcy will be complete by Jan. 1, school officials informed the school board during its meeting. The project also includes removing four-classroom relocatable unit and reclaiming playground space at Woodside along with the building of additional restrooms. The projects, which were intended to ease crowding, cost $2 million each. The projects were to be paid for through the maintenance budget and the …
Sunday, July 29, 2012
Is your child going to Woodside? Here's a list of supplies they'll need.
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
The Pauline Haass Public Library recently received a check for $110 from the local Brownies troop, enough to buy a brick at the library's entrance. The money will be used for books and equipment.
Friday, June 8, 2012
Olivia Cannestra's poster was chosen out of 300 entries statewide, and will be displayed at the state capitol in Madison.
Friday, June 8, 2012
Woodside Elementary School fifth grader Olivia Cannestra won an honorable mention in the 2012 “Slow the Spread by Boat and Tread” poster contest. Her poster was selected from more than 300 entries statewide. Cannestra will be recognized at the Invasive Species Awareness month awards ceremony at Olbrich Botanical Gardens in Madison, and her poster will be on display June 11-22 at the state capitol. The Wisconsin Council on Invasive Species, in partnership with the Department of Natural Resources and Invasive Plants Association of Wisconsin (IPAW), conducted the poster contest to increase awareness of shoreline and wetland invasive species. Their goal is to teach people how to prevent the spread of invasive species in these habitats.
Thursday, May 24, 2012
From a criminal stalking around Woodside Elementary School to a gang of teens defacing property, this is a list of the most interesting police reports this week.
Monday, May 14 at 4:01 p.m. A 22-year-old Sussex man called police from his apartment on the N68W24000 block of Stonegate Court after he found out someone was trying to steal his identity. The mystery person somehow used the man’s social security number to register for food stamps and BadgerCare. Police are still investigating the fraudulent registration. Thursday, May 17 at 1:16 p.m. Police were called to Woodside Elementary School after a visitor received a pretty rude awakening. The report says a 41-year-old Sussex woman parked in the school’s parking lot during her stay, but when she returned, her vehicle’s window was smashed. To add insult to injury, the criminal stole the woman’s purse. The Sussex resident isn’t a Woodside employee, …
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Mark your calendars for three upcoming performances by three different schools in the Hamilton School District. The youngest students from Woodside are event set to perform Disney's musical, Aladdin.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Hamilton High School Drama Department Performance dates: May 3 - 5 at 7 p.m., and May 6 at 2 p.m. Any Number Can Die is described as a “A hilarious take off on the mystery plays of the twenties complete with sliding panels, robed figures, wills being read at midnight, etc. Four ingenious murders take place in an island mansion as a pair of elderly detectives set to work on their first case. The ever popular storm, the unexpected guests, the cryptic poem, and the missing fortune all add to the intricate and inventive mystery off which the laughs bounce." This production is set to be performed at the Hamilton Fine Arts Center, and is sponsored in part by the Hamilton Education Foundation. Tickets are either $8 for adults, or $5 for students …