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The Hamilton City School District would like to communicate our plans for the Remote Learning Institute and Transportation for the Fall of 2020.
HCSD appreciates the many questions regarding school lunchroom procedures. Please click here for further clarification.
As we continue during these unprecedented times, the Hamilton City School District
would like to communicate our plans for the “Restart’ of school in the fall of 2020.
Any student attending Hamilton High School - Main Campus or Freshman Campus, Wilson Middle School or Garfield Middle School is welcome to sign up for a sports physical on July 14th and 15th.
The Hamilton City School district will be extending the Summer Food Program until further notice.
The 2020 Cheer Clinics will be held at HHS-Main Campus Monday, July 13th, and Tuesday, July 14th from 6:00 pm-8:00 pm for High School spots and July 16th-19th for our Middle School squads.
Congratulations to the following Hamilton High School athletes for excelling in their respective winter
We are pleased to share that beginning Monday, June 22, 2020, all regular off-season workouts, conditioning, and practices for Hamilton High School athletes will resume.
The Summer 2020 Job/Mentoring Youth Program is now accepting applications. The program beings July 10, 2020.
Information regarding Middle School and High School Cheerleading
The Hamilton City School District understands and recognizes the importance of raising awareness regarding racial inequality.
Please click here for important parent communication. Haga clic aquí para una importante comunicación con los padres.
Hamilton High School graduating senior earned a reputation as a hard worker, a humble leader and just an all-around good person.
Research tells us that early childhood learning is key to a student’s success in school. Our district is proud to offer free all-day kindergarten for our students.
Click here to watch our Class of 2020 Commencement
On the final day of our Virtual Art Tour, we will end where we began - In Mrs. Dornan's room with the incredible artwork of our Art II, Metals and AP Studio students.
Our Virtual Art Tour takes us across town to Garfield Middle School and the talented work of the students in Miss Frey's Art I course.
On Day 6 of our Virtual Art Tour, we are going to walk down the hall to Mrs. Bell's Ceramics I and II courses. These incredible (and functional) pieces of artwork demonstrate the immense creativity of our #BigBlueOnTheMove students!
Today's Virtual Art Tour brings us back to HHS - Main Campus and the incredible artwork of Mr. Loehle's students. This tour has 3 separate galleries for your viewing pleasure: Drawing and Painting, Art II and Public Art. Enjoy! #BigBlueOnTheMove
The next stop on our Virtual Art Gallery Tour takes us to Wilson Middle School and the talented work of Ms. Walle's 7th and 8th graders! #BigBlueOnTheMove
Check out the next Virtual Art Gallery Tour - Mrs. Getz and the amazing work of her digital photography students.
Our next Virtual Art Gallery Tour takes us to HHS - Freshman campus and the amazing artwork of Ms. Mahon's talented 9th Graders!
We may not physically be in our school buildings right now but that has not stopped our Secondary Art Departments from displaying the amazing talents of their hardworking students. Click here to enjoy the first installment of the HCSD Virtual Art Show highlighting Mrs. Dornan's 3D Art Course!
The original graduation ceremony at Millett Hall scheduled for Tuesday, May 19 has been canceled. Hamilton High School is planning to honor our seniors with a virtual commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 21 at 6:30 p.m. We are reserving July 30 at 6:30 p.m. as a time we could potentially hold an in-person ceremony for our seniors at the Hamilton High School’s Virgil M. Schwarm Stadium.
El gobernador Mike DeWine ha hecho un anuncio ordenando que todos los edificios escolares públicos, comunitarios y privados de K-12 estén cerrados a los estudiantes por el resto del año escolar académico 2019-20. Pulsa aquí para saber más.
Today, April 20, 2020, Governor Mike DeWine made an announcement ordering all of Ohio’s public, community, and private K-12 school buildings to be closed to students for the remainder of the 2019-20 academic school year.
The Hamilton City School District is excited to announce Kindergarten registration for the 2020 - 2021 school year will begin April 20th, 2020! Due to COVID-19, all registrations will be completed online only. Click here for all relevant registration information including links to registration forms!
Click here for example scenarios and recommended time suggestions for distance learning opportunities
Louiya Anthony, Cutting Edge Show Choir 8th grader, named Best Female Vocalist at the Loveland and Ross show choir competitions.
Skylar Crooke takes home Best Female Vocalist at Piqua and Ross Shows
Hamilton’s NJROTC hosted the NJROTC Area 3 East Championships this past weekend, 28 and 29 Feb - And Qualified for Nationals!
Bridgeport and Ridgeway students selected for the Ohio Music Educators (OMEA) District 13 Honor Choir:
Students created a "naked egg" removing the egg's shell using only vinegar.
Ms.Mitchell's class is celebrating African-American History Month by doing research on an iconic person in history. Students are learning about the many contributions of African-Americans during the course of United States history.
Students in P.E. at Ridgeway Elementary combine PE and Statistics by collecting data from games.
January is job share month for the sixth graders at Crawford Woods library.
Military care packages deliver a welcome piece of home to our service members while they are committed to the mission. Mrs. Carmody's and Mrs. Harrison's class embarked on this heartfelt endeavor to bless several brave men and women committed to defending this great country.
Amy Glaser, Crawford Woods School Psychologist, offers some insight to screen time and technology with young children.
Amazing Stations in Ms. Rittner's Room at Crawford Woods
Hamilton City School District Calendars 2019-2020 and 2020-2021
Presidential Scholars Award from the BGSU Honors College goes to Noah Gilbert
On February 5, 2020, seven Hamilton High School students signed commitments to various universities!
Students in Mrs. Buelter's third grade classroom conducted research on an animal of their choice.
In first grade ESL club, these students were working on mixing colors!
The Annual Rotary 6th Grade Science Fair was held Friday, January 24th at Miami University Hamilton.
5th Grade students are learning a folk dance in music class called Nine Pin.
Crawford Woods second grade students traveled to the Newport Aquarium to learn about marine life.
Conductor for the Cincinnati Pops, John Morris Russell, spoke at Fitton Center and visited with some Big Blue students.
HHS Junior Makenzie Creach was selected as one of only 30 U.S. Senate pages for this Spring 2020 program.
Wilson Middle School was recognized for the building's growth in progress and gap-closing on the 2019 Ohio State Test.
Language learning and vocabulary acquisition are at the core of every lesson in Highland's ELS classrooms.
Mrs. Nunn's speech and language students are building their understanding or sounds and antonyms.
Please join Fine Arts Director, Tari McKee, in learning about the amazing fine arts happenings at HCSD!
Crawford Woods 3rd Graders had a wonderful time at the Cincinnati Museum Center and IMAX!
The Hamilton City School District swore in its newest Board Members, Margaret (Mag) Baker and Shaquila Mathews.
Fourth grade students worked on a two day STEM activity for science.
The students in Mr. Harmon’s 1st grade reading group are learning to make inferences. Each student must write a riddle to see if others can make draw a conclusion and answer the riddle correctly.
Resolution Opposing the State of Ohio EdChoice Scholarship (Voucher) Program was adopted at the regular board meeting at 7:00 on the 12th day of December.
4th graders used their measurement, perimeter and engineering skills to build turkey traps. #STEM
Fourth graders participate in the school wide vocabulary initiative by identifying prefixes, writing words that start with the prefix on their snowflakes, and then hanging them in the hallway for other students to view.
Every December, every student at Crawford Woods is given the opportunity to create a holiday ornament out of clay, or home decoration if they do not celebrate a holiday.
Do you know the FACTS about EdChoice and the impact on our public schools? Please take a moment to learn more.
Mr. Herrle's class took advantage of the sun to explore indirect measurement.
4th Graders in Mrs. Gettler's class welcomed the Cincinnati Museum Center.
Mrs. Greenlee, Title I Reading Specialist, loves that Riverview Royals dream big and are world-changers. Learn more about why she is #RoyalByChoice
Just a fraction of the fun we had in 5th grade this week!