Hamilton Elementary Middle School
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Ms. Natasha Pouncey joins Hamilton as the new Instructional Leader. Click here to learn more about her.
What's in the News . . .
When are students returning to school?
All schools in the district will open the 2020-2021 school year virtually, delaying the start of the hybrid in-person option until later this fall. They will re-evaluate in mid-October. The first day of virtual instruction starts September 8, 2020 @ 8:30 am.
Did you miss the 8th grade virtual closing?
Click here to watch and celebrate our 8th graders as we send them off to high school.
Do you still need a computer and/or internet access?
City Schools have distributed over 20,000 devices to students in need. We continue to distribute devices and want all Hamilton students have what they need to start the year. If you do not have a computer for each of your students who attend Hamilton or do not have internet, please complete the survey below. Thank you!
Not getting mail from Hamilton Elementary School?
Please log into the campus portal link (on the right under Quick inks) to check your address. If your address is incorrect, please email Linda Chalk at to have your informaton updated.
4th Quarter Report Cards are Ready
Quarter 4 Report cards are here! All report cards will be mailed to the address on file in Infinite Campus. You can access them on Campus Portal: HERE! If you cannot receive an access code and can’t receive mail, call 443-984-2001 or call the school to update your information.
4th Quarter Grading Policy
City Schools has also announced its Fourth Quarter Grading plan.
City Schools will offer a Pass/Incomplete grading option for quarter 4 for students in PreK-12
Graded work will include online learning opportunities, learning packets, and lessons via television.
Students may submit work assigned to them via our distance learning platforms. Students engaging with learning packets will not return paper copies. Instead, teachers will monitor and offer support to students via weekly check-in calls.
“Pass” is issued to students who have been able to engage in distance learning, to include learning packets.
“Incomplete” is issued to students whom the schools have not been successful in engaging through multiple avenues.
See your teacher for information about how this affects your student.