Any student who is new to the district needs to be enrolled through central registration, located at 140 Ross Avenue from 8 am - 4 pm. Parents will need to bring the following with their child: BIRTH CERTIFICATE, PROOF OF RESIDENCY, (utility bills, rental agreement, etc.) SHOT RECORDS, DRIVER'S LICENSE, CUSTODY PAPERWORK (if applicable) AND [...]
Students from the LAB (Leaders at Blue) and YES (Youth Experiencing Success) programs Hamilton High School visited Mount St. Joseph's and Northern Kentucky University. Students were able to hear an admissions presentation and take a campus tour. Students also ate in the dining hall to have the full experience of what it's like to be [...]
Hamilton High School senior golfer, Trace Thomas, was selected as one of only 81 high school players in the country to play in the Pure Insurance Championship at Pebble Beach in California, an official PGA Tour Champions event. Trace will be matched up with a professional golfer in the tournament. He is representing The First [...]
Bridgeport Elementary School had an "Art around the World" art show. Throughout the year art teacher Abigail Jackson had students create art from every continent. Every Bridgeport student was represented in the art show!
Congratulations to Fairwood Elementary School student Louiya Anthony who designed the artwork on the district's new food truck. Look for it around the community beginning in August!
Hamilton High School's Cosmetology Class is proud to announce that, for the second year in a row, students earned a 100% passing rate on the state board exam! Congratulations HHS Cosmetology Class of 2017!
GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: Dylan Jackson, HHS Class of 2007, graduated from the University of Cincinnati where he was valedictorian of the College of Engineering and worked for Procter & Gamble for three years. He was transferred to California with P & G and just recently graduated with his Masters Degree from Harvard Business School. He is [...]
Fifth grade students at Ridgeway Elementary School worked in teams to learn about momentum. They built ramps to roll marbles and measure their rolling distance. Hands on learning increases student participation and retention of information.
Fairwood Elementary School held a Character and Kindness Assembly for students. Guest speakers spoke of the importance to show good character and kindness to everyone.
Mrs. Jackson's and Mrs. Johnson's classes at Brookwood Elementary School studied finding the area and perimeter of objects. Part of this lesson consisted of the classes collaborating, as they used each other as a source for learning. The students used different manipulative and strategies to find the area and perimeter of certain shapes! Learning is [...]