6901 Hwy 0, Hartford, WI 53027
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Please work through the registration process step by step making sure to click the "I have completed this step" at the bottom if applicable and then click the next step button. The 7th step is the fee sheet which will take you to a fillable PDF link (one form per family). Enter the number of students in each grade level, select any extra-curriculars, enter an amount you would like to put in the family lunch account, enter your family name, print and mail or drop off at school. Once you have completed the fee sheet you will need to go back to the skyward tab, click the I have completed this step and click next which will give you a final Submit Online Registration Button. This will complete your on-line registration.
Click Here to download the 2014-2015 Fee Worksheet.
Please return the completed form and a check or money order for the fees required to the school Office
Eagle Project Donations
My name is Lucas Hasby. I’m a former Erin school student, Life Scout and a member of scouting’s National Honor Society, Order of the Arrow.
I am working on my Eagle project which will be four outdoor fitness equipment stations located around the running track at Erin School.
I need your help. Please consider donating. Any monetary donations will be greatly appreciated and will only benefit Erin School. Checks can be made out to Lucas Hasby/Troop 167 or just Troop 167. Make sure to note Hasby Eagle Project in the memo area.
All Donations can be dropped off or sent to Erin School 6901 Hwy. O Hartford, WI 53027. Attn. Donna/Hasby Eagle Project 262-673-3720.
Fuel Up to Play 60 Student MVP
Congratulations to Courtney K. for being selected to represent Erin School as the Fuel Up to Play 60 regional MVP student ambassador. Courtney served as an outstanding leader for our program last school year and she was active in accumulating points on the Fuel Up To Play 60 website, making her stand out as a region MVP. Courtney traveled to Green Bay to participate in Fuel Up to Play 60 training with a select group of MVPs from around the state. As a reward for her hard work, she and her family were treated to a stay at the Tundra Lodge Resort and the Packer Family Night. Congratulations to Courtney for her work in promoting healthy living.
This year we plan to continue and expand our Fuel Up to Play 60 program to help our students stay active and make healthy food choices. All students are encouraged to go to www.fueluptoplay60.com to sign up and become part of our team. Fifth through eighth grade students can also apply to be on our student ambassador leadership team to help design and implement our Fuel Up to Play 60 activities.
Annual Talent Show highlights students' skills and interests
Once again Erin students showed how talented they truly are. This year there were so many acts that two sets were planned--one for elementary and one for middle school. Fifty-five students participated, ranging from 1st through 8th grades. Featured acts included gymnastics, vocal selections, dance, magic, violin, piano, saxophone, drums, a skit and a performance by the Rock
Band. Congratulations to all of our talented students. It was fun to see you perform--it takes a lot of courage to do what you did.
On Wednesday, May 21, the seventh and eighth graders were able to take a field trip to the National Guard in Sussex. The seventh graders experienced the low ropes course, based on team building activities for half the day. The eighth graders then took part in the high ropes course which was a little bit more challenging. The students had to face the fear of heights that they might have had, or work on their ability to trust others. Each student learned their own lesson from the courses that they were faced with, but all in all, it brought students together to create an unforgettable memory. We would like to thank the National Guard for hosting us. Written by Catherine VanLare, 8th grader
Field trip expands horizons
In conjunction with the Social Studies curriculum, the sixth and seventh grades had the opportunity to learn more about the Muslim and Jewish faiths as they ventured to the Islamic Society of Milwaukee and the Lake Park Synagogue. Following lunch they burned off some energy at Pike Lake State Park doing some hiking and geocaching.