Hadfield School

September 22, 2017

Contact Us

Mr. Busch 262-970-1505
Mrs. Roth 262-970-1505
Mrs. Peppler 262-970-1515
Attendance Line 262-970-1516

Hadfield School Goals

Each summer, Hadfield teachers and staff work to develop goals for the upcoming school year. For the 2017/18 school year, we are striving to increase the number of our students considered “proficient” and showing growth on grade level assessments, such as the Forward Exam, MAP test, and Running Records. Our teaching staff will be focused on providing small group instruction to meet each students’ needs. Additionally, we will be implementing a variety of activities and strategies to build an increasingly positive class community. Some of those activities include daily class meetings, class game times, and buddy classrooms.

Class Meeting

A class meeting is a 10-20 minute period of time during the day, when the class sits together in a circle and shares about a specific topic. The topic may be something like what is your favorite restaurant, or what is something you want to learn. The class meeting is an opportunity for the students to learn more about each other, practice attentive listening, and work on social skills.

Class Game Time

Class game time uses recess games to teach social emotional skills and community building. Hadfield students participate in 2 class game times a week led by their classroom teacher. The theme of the class game times connects to the monthly Playworks and class counselor lessons.

Buddy Classrooms

Each class at Hadfield has a partner, or buddy classroom within the school. The Buddy classes pair a younger grade with an older grade. Together, they do activities to support community, learning, and responsibility. Examples may be reading a book together, sharing their learning, or playing a game.

Parent Teacher Conferences / Listening Conferences

This school year Hadfield completed early parent / teacher conferences. The purpose was to connect with families at the beginning of the school year and listen and learn from parents what works best for their son or daughter. If you were unable to attend, please contact your son or daughter’s teacher to arrange a time to talk.

Negative Food Service Balance Policy

Please see the link to view the policy regarding negative food service balances. This policy starts Monday September 11th. If you have any questions please contact Sheri Stack, Director of Finance for the Waukesha School District, at 970-1043.


Negative Food Service Balance Policy

Parenting with Love & Logic

Love & Logic, the award winning parenting class that puts the fun back in parenting, is coming to Hadfield for FREE! The program is September 25th, October 2nd and October 9th. See the link for all the details.


Parenting with Love & Logic

Photo Retake Day - Tuesday October 17th

If you missed Forms & Fees your child will have their photo taken on Tuesday October 17th. More information regarding this will be sent electronically in September.

Little Free Library

Check out Hadfield's Little Free Library in the front of the school. This library belongs to everyone! Anyone may use it - neighbors, friends and passersby. The books are always free.


Take Books

If you see something you'd like to read, take it! It's for you.


Share Books

When you are finished with a book, you may pass it along to a friend or return it to our Little Free Library or any other Little Free Library.


Leave Books

Your books are welcome at any Little Free Library.

Parent Volunteer

Hadfield welcomes parents to volunteer on field trips. In order for parents to volunteer a background check needs to be completed. Please see the link to complete the background check procedure. Background checks are valid for five years. Once the background check is complete you will be notified via email of the results. Please keep in mind that the processing of background checks can take up to 4 weeks to complete.


Secure Volunteer

Hot Lunch Menus

Click on the links below to view the October breakfast and lunch menus.


October Breakfast


October Lunch Menu

5th Grade Art for Blessings in a Backpack Fundraiser

Fifth grade students were busy this week working on their art project for the Blessings in a Backpack fundraiser. Thanks to volunteer Joanne Stemper for assisting our students with this fun project.

Developmental Days for Children Ages 3-5

School District of Waukesha offers screenings for children ages 3-5. Learn more about your child's development through play and learn about typical growth and development. See the link for dates and to make an appointment.


Developmental Days

Save the Date

LOVE & LOGIC - PARENT PROGRAM

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 25TH 5:30PM - 7:30PM

MONDAY OCTOBER 2ND 5:30PM - 7:30PM

MONDAY OCTOBER 9TH 5:30PM - 7:30PM


5TH GRADE WATER UTILITY FIELD TRIP

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29TH 8:45AM - 10:30AM - HOEM

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29TH 10:15AM - 12:00PM - PRINCE


2ND GRADE PLANETARIUM FIELD TRIP

SEPTEMBER 29TH 9:30AM - 11:30AM


JR COACH MEETING

TUESDAY OCTOBER 3RD 3:45PM - 5:45PM


PTO MEETING
MONDAY OCTOBER 9TH 6:30PM - 7:30PM


4TH GRADE LAPHAM PEAK FIELD TRIP

TUESDAY OCTOBER 10TH 8:45AM - 2:45PM


5TH GRADE CROSS COUNTRY RUN

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11TH 4:00PM


PHOTO RETAKE DAY

TUESDAY OCTOBER 17TH


FAMILY LITERACY NIGHT
THURSDAY OCTOBER 19TH 6:00PM - 7:00PM

5TH GRADE ENVIRONMENTAL ED FIELD TRIP
FRIDAY OCTOBER 20TH 8:45PM - 2:30PM

FIRE DEPARTMENT VISITS KINDERGARTEN CLASSES
FRIDAY OCTOBER 20TH 1:30PM