Hadfield School

November 20, 2020

Message from Mr. Elliott

Hello and Happy Thanksgiving Families!

It's hard to believe that we have reached the end of November already. I know that we have had some temporary quarantines this fall, and that's challenging, but our students are learning both virtually and face to face...that's what is important. I'd like to thank our staff and our families for all their hard work and dedication to making this unusual school year a success. Without everyone working together we couldn't make it happen.

I'm personally thankful for many things this year. First of all, I'm thankful that I'm at Hadfield. It is a school where parents, families and teachers care about children. It's a school where teachers even teach from large televisions from home just to be able to stay connected with their class. I'm also thankful for Lori, our school secretary, who works tirelessly to keep our families and staff informed, connected and welcomed. Finally, I'd like to thank the students who come every day, work hard and make Hadfield a fun place to learn and be a part.

Have a great break. Stay safe and reach out if anything comes up or you need something.

Take Care,

Mr. Elliott

Spirit Dress Up Day - Neon Day November 24th

Dig out those neon colors and brighten the day before Thanksgiving Break.


NO SCHOOL Wednesday November 25th, Thursday November 26th & Friday November 27th.
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4K 2021-2022 School Year

Registration for the 2021-2022 4K school year starts December 1st. If you have a child that will be 4 years old before September 1, 2021 they are eligible to attend 4K with the School District of Waukesha. The 4K program is a lottery process so your child will not automatically be enrolled at Hadfield just because you are in the Hadfield attendance. It is important to enroll them now as our 4K program has limited enrollment. See the graphic below for more details. Hadfield will be holding an enrollment event by appointment only on Saturday December 19th. If you have any questions about 4K please call the Hadfield office at 262-970-1505.
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Picture Retake Day - December 8th

Picture Retake Day is Tuesday December 8th. If your child was not present for the original picture day on November 11th they will have their picture taken on December 8th.

Templeman Tech Tips

Hadfield families,

Well we’ve made it to November and hopefully have worked through technology hiccups. I hope everyone is doing well and know that we are all in this together with some days being harder than others.

There will be new tips in every Hadfield newsletter to help our families ease the transition to digital and virtual learning.

Please do not hesitate to reach out with any technology issues you may incur. We are here to help and support you.

Becky Templeman

Hadfield Media aide/IT Support


Click HERE to see this weeks Tech Tip from Mrs. Templeman.

This Week in Pictures

COVID Symptoms

Parents just a reminder please do not send your child to school if they have any of the following COVID symptoms.

Students are considered having potential COVID-19 symptoms if they have one of the symptoms marked with a (*) or two of the other symptoms above baseline for them. The following symptoms could indicate a COVID-19 infection:

Fever (at least 100.4°F)


*Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

*New loss of taste or smell


Muscle or body aches


Sore throat

Congestion or runny nose

Nausea or vomiting


Waukesha County COVID Testing

Waukesha County has notified our district of several new COVID testing opportunities where children and their families can receive testing. More information about hours, and the registration process to sign up for a testing time, can be found at:

Waukesha County Public Health COVID Information

Waukesha Public Library Fall 2020 Progams

See the link for all the amazing programs the Waukesha Public Library is offering this fall.

Waukesha Public Library

Parent Resources at Parents Place

Please click on the links to register for virtual classes with Parents Place.

Adult Anger

Balancing Work & Family

Self Esteem


Coping with Stress


Kids Managing Anger