6901 Hwy 0, Hartford, WI 53027
Opens February 2 and closes April 30, 2015 at 4 PM
To apply for Open Enrollment Click Here
If you would like to set up a tour or for more information regarding Erin School or Open Enrollment, please contact Open Enrollment Coordinator, Donna Runte at 262-673-3720 ext 4105.
Time to register your 4 year old (or new to the District 5 year olds) for the 2015-2016 school year. Please fill out and return the Kindergarten Registration Form.Copies are also available at the front office. (Click here)
Watch for more information on the 4K-5K Drop In coming soon.
We offer a 4K extended day for those families that need child care outside of the 4K classroom.
We welcome new families to call Donna Runte at 262-673-3720 ext. 4105 to set up a visit at any time.
Eighth Grade History Fair: Leadership and Legacy
On March 20, 2015, our 8th grade class here at Erin ran a wonderful history fair. The students ran the whole night almost by themselves. Many of our students showed a great amount of initiative and made the night super easy. Throughout the night the students dressed up as historical figures who have left some kind of legacy (they varied from Vince Lombardi to Audrey Hepburn to Clara Barton and Dwight Eisenhower), and everyone enjoyed a different variety of foods. The students had their social studies projects and science invention projects displayed. The 8th grade also did a wonderful job with the Drums Alive dance. Overall, the history night was a great success. --Written by Rachael C. and Natalie K.
Students enjoy special trio's music
7th grader Travis R. and 6th grader Matthew R. dressed in representational costumes as Markus Persson, developer of Minecraft, and Norman Joseph Woodland who conceived the modern barcode. Students in Computer Concepts class were tasked with researching technology pioneers whose innovations impacted our lives. Students wrote and memorized short biographical scripts, made costumes, and videotaped each other to create a short movie.
Bringing history to life
The third graders recently chose a historical character who interested them. They researched their character and then transformed themselves with costumes and props as they presented the annual wax museum to fellow students, parents, and grandparents. They wrote a short speech and taught everyone some very interesting facts about their person. What a creative and fun way to learn about people who have made an impact on our lives!