• Announcing....Teacher and Support Staff of the Year! Announcing....Teacher and Support Staff of the Year!

    Congratulations to Ms. Rose, the 2017-2018 Support Staff of the Year!

    Congratulations to Ms. Stuttley, the 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year!

    We are so thankful for all the amazing things each of these teachers do for our students on a daily basis. We love you! 

Happenings at Hamilton
  • Book Fair
    Come join us for the Hamilton Book Fair during the week of December 11 - 14 in the library! The book fair will be open from 8:00 - 4:30, Monday - Thursday. 
  • Winter Performance
    Join us for the Winter Performance at 3:00 p.m. in the Hamilton auditorium as our 3rd and 4th grade entertain our students and parents. We hope to see you there! 
  • Winter Spirit Week

    Join us for Winter Spirit Week by dressing up on the following days...

     

    Monday 12/18 Frozen Day

    Wear blue and white, bundle up, or dress like your favorite Frozen character!

     

    Tuesday 12/19 Ugly Sweater Day
    Break out those ugly sweaters and sweat shirts!

    Wednesday 12/20 Pajama Day
    Snuggle in for the long winter naps we will soon take!

  • Winter Break
    There will be no school Thursday, December 21, 2017 through Wednesday, January 3, 2017 due to Winter Break. Classes will resume as normal on Thursday, January 4, 2017. 
Announcements
  • 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!
  • 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)

    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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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
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Breakfast Program
Good News Club
Family Literacy Nights
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After school tutoring
Indian Education tutoring
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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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