HHS seeks nominees for distinguished alumnus
Sussex - Community members are invited to nominate Hamilton High School graduates for the 2012 Distinguished Alumnus Award that will be presented at the June 9 high school graduation ceremony.
People are asked to include the nominee's name, address and phone number, along with a 50- to 75-word description of why the nominee is worthy of the award. This information may be submitted through the HHS alumni page at www.hamilton.k12.wi.us or delivered to Candis Mongan, Hamilton High School, W220 N6151 Town Line Rd., Sussex, WI 53089.
High school faculty members will review nominations and recommend a finalist. The nomination deadline is May 4. For further information, call Mongan at (262) 246-6471 Ext. 1104.
Celebration of science at Woodside
Sussex - Woodside Elementary School students celebrate science from 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. May 10 and 15 with their annual all-school Science Fair at the school, W236 N7465 Woodside Road, Sussex. Community members and families are invited to see the student projects. Grades three through five presentations are on May 10 and grades kindergarten through second are May 15. All children should be supervised by an adult.
Kindergartners will have displays on the four seasons; first-graders will display animal and habitat posters; second-graders will show changes in matter; third-graders will have demonstrations or experiments; fourth- and fifth-grade participants will display and tell about their recent investigations. In each of their investigations, the young scientists will use the scientific method of PHEOC - problem, hypothesis, experiment, observation and conclusion.
Hamilton presents 'Any Number Can Die'
Sussex - Join Hamilton High School drama students May 3-6 as they present "Any Number Can Die," a comedic take off on the mystery plays of the 1920s.
Shows are at 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, with a 2 p.m. Sunday matinee at the Hamilton Fine Arts Center, W220 N6151 Town Line Road.
The play is sponsored by the Hamilton Education Foundation.
Written by Fred Carmichael, "Any Number Can Die" comes complete with sliding panels, robed figures, wills read at midnight and more. 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, unexpected guests, cryptic poem and missing fortune all add to the intricate and inventive mystery off which the laughs bounce.
Tickets: adults $8, student and seniors $5. For advance ticket purchases and additional information, call the Drama Department Box Office at (262) 246-6471 Ext. 1552.
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