• Parent/Family Teacher Conferences!Parent/Family Teacher Conferences!
    Parent/Family Teacher Conferences will be Thursday, October 12th, and Monday, October 16th from 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. Your student's homeroom teacher should be sending home a set time with every parent/family to meet.  If you are unable to attend your scheduled time, please reach out to your student's homeroom teacher to reschedule. We look forward to seeing you there! 

    Conferencias de padres y maestros / familiares será el jueves, 12 de octubre y el lunes, décimo sexto de octubre de las 4:00-19:00 maestra de su estudiante debe enviar a casa un tiempo establecido con todos los padres / familia de satisfacer. Si no puede asistir a su hora programada, por favor acercarse a la maestra de su hijo para volver a programar. Esperamos verlos allí!
  • No School
    There will be no school October 18th - 23rd due to Parent/Teacher Conferences, Fall Break, and Teacher Professional Development. School will resume Tuesday, October 24th. We hope you have a wonderful break! 


    No habrá clases 18 a 23 oct debido a las Conferencias de Padres / Maestros, Fall Break, y el Maestro de Desarrollo Profesional. Escuela Orando Martes, 24 de octubre. Esperamos que tenga unas vacaciones maravillosas!

  • School Pictures
    School pictures will take place on October 27th. Please be on the lookout for school picture forms from your student's homeroom teacher. 


    Escolares imágenes tendrán lugar el 27 de octubre. Por favor, estar en la búsqueda de formas de imagen de la escuela la maestra de su hijo.

  • Red Ribbon Week
    Red Ribbon Week is coming up! The following events are intended to bring awareness to National Red Ribbon Week. Below is the schedule of events.  

    Red Ribbon Week: October 24th - 27th 

    Crazy Sock Day - Tuesday 10/24

    Hat Day - Wednesday 10/25

    Wear Red Day - Thursday 10/26

    Fancy Dress Day - Friday 10/27

  • Book Character Dress Up Day

     October 31, 2017 is Book Character Dress Up Day.  Students may come to school dressed up as their favorite book character. No costume weapons or masks may be brought/worn to school. 



  • NEW PTA! $6 for Membership
    We have a new parent teacher organization this year! Currently, our PTA has planned: 4 skate nights, 2 dances, a carnival, as well as many other exciting things for our school community. Please join to support their work!
  • NEW SCHOOL HOURS 7:30 am - 3:35 pm
    Drop off for Hamilton begins at 7:20 am, and students who arrive after 7:30 am are tardy. Parent pick-up is promptly at 3:35 pm. We are ready for a great year!

    Community Eligibility Provision (CEP)

    ​Tulsa Public Schools is participating in a no charge breakfast and lunch program for Elementary students during the 2016 – 2017 school year.  

    This is referred to as the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), which is a USDA program that provides the funding.

    ​All elementary students may participate in the School Breakfast and National School Lunch program at no charge, receiving a healthy breakfast and lunch. 

    ​​​​The​​​​​​​ only charges that parents will be responsible for are any additional purchases, such as second meals or ala carte items, example...chips, cookies or frozen custard.

  • Hamilton Elementary Social Emotional Learning
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School Curriculum & Activities
Full day Kindergarten
Full day 4 year old program
Scholastic Reading: Big Day for Pre-K, iRead, Read180, and System 44
English Language Learner Program
Art/Music/Physical Education Activities
Student Council
Breakfast Program
Good News Club
Family Literacy Nights
Multi-level tutoring
After school tutoring
Indian Education tutoring
Family and Children Services
Positive Behavior Intervention Supports
Cub/Boy Scouts
Camp Fire
Fitness Club Mentoring
Show Choir

Hamilton Huskies: College and Beyond

Here at Hamilton, we focus on preparing our students for a life of choice and happiness. Our students’ personal goals and interests drive the tasks and projects we ask students to complete. We work daily to help students identify their passions through social/emotional, experiential, and personalized learning so that they may pursue their dreams.

We prepare our students by developing identity, motivation, and academic knowledge and skills. The words that we ground ourselves in ensure that our kids are at the center of our work.

Relevance - students are asked to complete meaningful tasks, have ample choice, and set personal goals that they are excited to achieve. The education we provide promotes equity.

Relationships - students are cared for and care for others. They build deep and meaningful relationships and utilize the habits of success: Be Curious, Have Fun, Work Hard, Show Compassion, Give Back, Stay Healthy.

Rigor - students are challenged through tasks and projects. Students are given warm and demanding feedback to continue to learn and grow. Students are taught about social/emotional intelligence, learn through experiences and personalization.


Our Vision Statement

Compassion and Humanity: Ubuntu


I am who I am,

Because of who we all are.

If I am strong,

We are stronger,

If I am weak,

We are weaker.

But if I am excellent,

We are most excellent.

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