"Together, Positively Impacting
Learning and Life"
Each week, the Hamilton City School District will share confirmed positive staff and student COVID-19 cases with the public and our school community from the past 14 days.
At Ridgeway Elementary they celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King by writing their own "My Dream World" speeches. Needless to say...they left most of us speechless!
Since 1923 the Scholastic Awards have been recognizing talented youth across our county. This year 4 Big Blue Seniors received awards for their incredible artwork.
Remember to make learning fun! Thank you Linden Preschool Team for putting this together!
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We are proud to announce that teams at Fairwood and Highland Elementaries have been awarded Bronze and Silver recognition awards for Positive Behavior Interventions and Support.
3 Seniors Sign National Letters of Intent
On Saturday, October 31st, Hamilton High School's NJROTC unit earned an overall 3rd Place in an NJROTC Regional Drill Meet held at Northmont High School in Clayton, OH.
7th and 8th grade students in Ms. Walle's Art 1 course at Wilson Middle School recently learned how to use the Google Drawing program. Students were to design a "Digital Landscape Scene". They had to choose Earth, Space, or Underwater as their location.
Specialty food boxes were distributed to families in need that contained items not available at local food pantries
Ms. Lemp's classes performed their own choreography to the song "Why In The Sky" after learning about strong and weak beats.
Congratulations to these amazing Educators of Excellence and thank you to Hamilton Community Foundation for recognizing these incredible teachers for all of their efforts.
Steve Connaughton, was celebrated for having coached Cross Country for 30 years.
Hamilton City School District is distributing Chromebooks to all K-12 students during the first week of school.
Please see the attached letter regarding the district’s initiative of issuing Chromebooks for all students in grades K-12 for the 2020-2021 school year.
The Hamilton City School District understands and recognizes the importance of raising awareness regarding racial inequality.
Amy Glaser, Crawford Woods School Psychologist, offers some insight to screen time and technology with young children.
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.
Do you know the FACTS about EdChoice and the impact on our public schools? Please take a moment to learn more.