GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: John Vinnedge, HHS Class of 1995. John graduated from Hamilton High School in 1995 and is a licensed funeral director and embalmer in the state of Ohio, serving in the funeral service since 1998. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science and earned his professional licenses in 2013. [...]
To all parents and guardians of children identified with special needs: You are invited to a FREE session on Building Partnerships for Student Success - IEP 101. Whether your child has just been identified as needing special services or you would like additional tools for your toolbox, this IEP basic training is for you. The presentation [...]
Three Hamilton City School District teachers who are in their fourth year of the resident educator program scored in the Top 100 teachers in Ohio on the Resident Educator Summative Assessment (RESA) this year. The three teachers are, left to right, Alyssa Montgomery, Cassie Davis, and Tara Strong, and they all teach at Riverview Elementary [...]
The Hamilton City School District's Business Advisory Council will meet on Thursday, September 21, at 7:30 am at the Administration Building and Training Center, 533 Dayton Street, Hamilton, OH 45011
Congratulations to Hamilton High School senior Reilly Johnson who was named a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist! To become a semifinalist, Reilly had to be endorsed by a high school official, write an essay, have an outstanding academic record throughout high school, and earn SAT scores that confirm her earlier performance on the qualifying test. Reilly [...]
Mrs. Williams' Class Honors the Heroes of 9/11. The 3rd graders in Mrs. Williams' class at Brookwood Elementary School each made a quilt square to honor those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001. They then put all of the quilt squares together to make a Remembrance Quilt, which is displayed by the American [...]
The Bridgeport Elementary School snack cart is a business currently ran by 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students. The students are learning life skills, such as counting money and interacting appropriately with others. Each day, the students take the cart around the school and deliver food and drinks to teachers and other staff members who [...]
The entire sixth grade team from Crawford Woods Elementary School took advantage of the nice weather and went outside into the courtyard for some Team Building Activities. The activities were successful and helped students learn the importance of working together and communicating appropriately with one another.
Students and teachers love using nature to learn! Mrs. Suellen Albert's class at Ridgeway Elementary School went outside to search for different types of spider webs and discovered more than just webs! The students were able to learn about moths and beetles as well!
Princeton Pike West held a back pack give away for Crawford Woods students before school began. The back packs were filled with school supplies and a band played, free food was served, and they also gave away some bicycles. A good time was had by all!