Wednesday, December 07, 2016

Hamilton Jr/Sr High School

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Welcome to Hamilton High School

Fall 2016

Fall weather is upon us, leaves are changing colors and sports seasons are winding down.  Our Volleyball team has set a school record for most wins in a season and will be starting Sectionals on Oct. 18.  Our Marine Soccer program competed for a Sectional Championship in the Sectional finals and closed out another competitive season in the NECC.  Basketball teams have already starting open gyms as they get ready for the upcoming seasons.  Girls Basketball opens with their first game November 8.  There is no question that the school year is off to a good start and we are excited about what the future holds. 

The energy that filled our hall the first few days of school is still here and has not faded.   School spirit is high and students are planning activities to take school spirit and school pride to the next level.  The next few weeks will showcase our student’s desire to be a part of something fun and exciting.  Look for information regarding Student/Staff challenges, dances and fundraising opportunities and a host of other events which champion student engagement at Hamilton.  These events will be supported by staff, but more importantly, these events will be student developed and lead as we continue to build student leaders in our community.  This is a great time to be a Marine.

As we approach the end of the first quarter, students continue to get it done in the classroom.  Students are engaged and taking ownership of their learning.  Teachers are working hard to identify growth opportunities for students and are working hard to meet those needs.  We know there is always work to be done on the academic front and it is encouraging to see the commitment to success being displayed in so many ways as students and teachers work together in the “trenches”.

There are many events on the horizon and here are a few to keep on the calendar: 

End of Quarter 1:                                             October 14

Volleyball Sectional:                                         October 18-22

Parent Teacher Conferences:                            October 19 & 21               *No students on Oct 21

Fall Break:                                                      October 27-28

Thanksgiving Break:                                        November 23-25

End of Semester 1:                                          December 20                    

Remember to follow Hamilton Jr./Sr. High School on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates and information regarding student events, social happenings and other news. 

Living the Dream,

Chris Gerbers


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October:  Citizenship

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Welcome to the Hamilton Community Schools! For our students, the expectation of high student achievement is the expectation of every activity across all grade levels. Numerous and varied activities offer students a multitude of academic and extra-curricular choices to allow involvement in school and the larger community. 

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This program teaches mentors and parents how to help their children with reading strategies:

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:
Dr. Nicole L. Singer, Superintendent of Schools
c/o Hamilton Community Schools
903 S. Wayne St., Hamilton, IN 46742
(260) 488-2513

HS Contacts

Hamilton Jr./Sr. High School
Chris Gerbers, Principal
Justin Hoard, Dean of Students/ Athletic Director
Shannon Harman, Guidance Counselor
Cory Headley, Social Worker
Lori Zimmerman, Secretary
903 S. Wayne St.
Hamilton, IN  46742
Voice:  260-488-2161
Fax:  260-488-3149

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Today's lunch

Hot Dog/Coney sauce
Baked beans

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Safe School Helpline
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1-800-418-6423 ext.359
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2016-17 School Calendar

The 2016-17 School calendar.