Tuesday, July 29, 2014

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Back to School Information

This year we are going to do registration online.  If you have internet access, please complete the forms below.  All students need to have a separate form completed.   Next year, you will be merely editing the form and not typing in new infomation.  We are adding forms as they are being made, so please check back periodically.

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School Calendar:

The 2014-15 School calendar is now available.  Please click 2014-2015 School Calendar to download a copy.

Back to School Documents: 

Jr/Sr HS 2014-15 Handbook
2014.15 Elementary Supply List
2014-15 Jr/Sr HS Supply List

Welcome to Hamilton Community Schools: Home of the 2014 State Runner Up Fine Arts Team!

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Congratulations Fine Arts

The Hamilton Fine Arts team, coached by Sharon Baker and starring Megan Baugh, Lindsay Ackerman, Maddie McGrew and Tori Getts were named state runners-up at the 2014 Purdue Academic Super Bowl.  They lost to the third tie breaker.  Congratulations ladies!


A Message from the Superintendent

Welcome to the Hamilton Community Schools website. I hope you find the information on the website helpful. Hamilton has two excellent schools; Hamilton Elementary, and Hamilton Jr. /Sr. High School.

Hamilton Community has a long tradition of academic excellence. In fact, Hamilton Elementary 3rd graders achieved a 100% passed rate on the Indiana’s   I-Read test again this year. Hamilton has had many state Academic State Championship Teams in the past twenty years. This further demonstrates our students can compete successfully against the highest achieving students throughout Indiana.

We are proud of our 1-1 technology program where all K-5th grades students utilize iPads daily in their classrooms. The 6-12th grade students are assigned a laptop computer for use at school and home.

If you are looking for a school system that has high academic standards, small class sizes, a dedicated staff, and an innovative technology program I encourage you to contact our school to learn more about transferring your children to Hamilton.

You can reach our central office at 260- 488-2513 to make an appointment and become part of the Hamilton family.

Jon Willman


 Mission Statement

It is the mission of Hamilton Community Schools that all students shall demonstrate academic growth that meets or exceeds grade level standards, along with the support to achieve them in an environment that promotes achievement and lifelong learning. “It is the policy of the Hamilton Community School Corporation not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disability in its educational programs or employment policies as required by the Indiana Civil Rights Act, Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Equal Pay Act of 1973, Title II, Title IX and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. ” Questions and concerns should be directed to the Title IX, Title II, and Section 504 Coordinator as follows: Jon Willman, Superintendent of Schools c/o Hamilton Community Schools 903 S. Wayne St., Hamilton, IN 46742 Phone:  (260) 488-2513

Summer Slide

Avoid the summer slide and keep kids reading! 

It may be summer vacation, but kids need to keep learning. Annually, students who don't read over the summer lose an average of 22% of their reading levels.  It can take 2 months of school in the fall to get that back, leaving many behind.  Kids in grades K-2 should read 20 minutes a day, kids in 3-8 should attempt to read 4 books at their level to stay where they are. 
The High School library will be open EVERY TUESDAY this summer from 9:30-11:30. 

Here are also some free opportunities online to read... Clicking the IMAGES will get you to the various sites. 

The state of Indiana has provided free access to a summer reading program online.  The site requires login information.  For School:  Hoosier Family of Readers   Username:  read  password: read

Hear celebrities read aloud children's favorites!

We give books--- read books online and the website will donate books to children in need. The primary focus now is donating to Moore, OK to rebuild the school library.

International Children's LIbrary offers a large collection of stories from around the world.  

Story time for me are colorful children's stories.

Sync audio provides two free YA titles each week on audiobook all summer. You can sign up for free text alerts and emails to notify you of the new title. One is a newer release, the other a classic title.  

Indiana Department of Education is now making NBC LEARN K-12 a part of its digital offerings! Now all middle and high schools will be able to access thousands of high-quality archival, original, and currents events videos from NBC LEARN K-12 for use in classroom instruction, student projects, and homework.

 Reading Glue is focused on providing parents with simple, yet powerful, tools to improve their child's reading ability. Best of all, it is currently free. Please help spread the word to parents, and have them check it out. They are currently asking for critical feedback from users so they can improve the site and provide the most value to parents. Thanks for your support!

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Safe School Helpline

Safe School Helpline
is a service provided to students, patrons, and teachers that allow an anonymous relay of information about harmful things or situations in the schools that might be dangerous or hazardous to themselves or others.

Report by calling the hotline
1-800-418-6423 ext.359
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Contact Us!

Hamilton Community Schools
Jon Willman, Superintendent
903 S. Wayne St.
Hamilton, IN  46742

Voice:  260-488-2513
Fax:  260-488-2348

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