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Art

 
Art Teacher: Mrs. Theim, ext. 28170
       
Artsonia is the largest student art museum in the world. Their dream is that every child will have an online art gallery, preserving their masterpieces for all time! Throughout the year, Mrs. Theim utilizes the Artsonia website to make student artwork available for viewing by students’ families, even those who live in other parts of the country. In addition, family members can purchase a variety of gift items decorated with their student’s artwork.

Click here to be taken to our school's page on Artsonia.

 

Instrumental Music - Band

 
Band Teacher: Ms. Clements, ext. 28213
       
Starting in 5th grade, students are invited to join band.  Band offers opportunities for students to grow in many different ways. Students that begin playing an instrument in elementary school not only learn the techniques of playing an instrument and reading music, but also learn team building and cooperation skills.  Playing an instrument also provides students opportunities for social development, building self confidence, outlets for self expression, and responsibility.
 
Please visit YouTube to view this video on why music matters.

Instrumental Music - Orchestra

 
Orchestra Teacher: Mr. Wimer, ext. VM-28913

“If music be the food of love, play on.”            William Shakespeare

In Mukwonago, students have the opportunity to be a part of a nationally recognized instrumental program that fosters life-long learning skills. We emphasize a diverse musical education by integrating alternative styles and improvisation with a traditional based training. 

4th Grade Orchestra: Students in 4th grade are eligible to join our Strings program. Every 4th grader is introduced to the stringed instruments in the fall. Meeting once a week for a 20 minute lesson, the students will achieve a fundamental understanding of their instrument and during the 3rd trimester, will meet as a large ensemble to prepare for our Spring Concert.

5/6th Grade Orchestra: Students are encouraged to continue in orchestra in the 5th and 6th grades. This orchestra meets for two full rehearsals and one 20 minute lesson per week. During these years, we develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of music and performance.

 

Library & Technology

 
Teacher: Mrs. Coopman, ext. 28504
 
The RHES library houses over 17,000 materials! Students have library skills instruction and book check out weekly. Students are also invited to come to the library during recess to get new books or for class projects as needed. Mrs. Coopman also collaborates with classes on technology projects, such as creating documents on Word or Google docs, slides, or presentation, using Web 2.0 tools such as Prezi, Animoto, and PicMonkey, and using online resources for research. 
       
 

Physical Education

 
Teacher: Mr. Allen, ext. 28196
       
Students have PE class twice a week with Mr. Allen at RHES. They also stay active during recesses and teacher-taught Phy Ed.
 

Vocal Music

 
Music Teacher: Miss Deck, ext. 28214
 
Students have music twice a week. They allso put on performances for grades 1-2, 3-4, and 5-6 throughout the year. Look for more information from your child!
       

WINGS - Gifted & Talented

 
Teacher: Mrs. Barton, ext. 28128
 
Rolling Hills has a comprehensive Gifted and Talented program, WINGS, whose mission is to develop the demonstrated or potential abilities of identified learners.  We recognize individual differences and provide programs to allow students to develop themselves to their fullest potential.  Recognizing these talents allows us to respond to the intellectual, creative, artistic, leadership, and academic talents our student’s possess.  Gifted education is occurring in every classroom and the Gifted and Talented Resource Teacher offers services to provide differentiated educational programming beyond those needs that are being met in the classroom.  We provide programming modification based on  student’s strengths, talents, and interests.  Some of that programming includes Junior Great Books, Math Olympiad, work in logic and problem solving, and research based investigations.

Rolling Hills Elementary

  • W322 S9230 Beulah Road, Mukwonago, WI 53149
  • Phone: (262) 363-6318
  • Fax: (262) 363-6343