Parent Teacher Student Association

The Hamilton Middle School Parent Teacher Student Association (“Hamilton PTSA”) welcomes the participation of all parents, students, teachers, and faculty of Hamilton Middle School. 


  • Thank you to everyone that supported the Skate City Skate night. We had over 220 participants and the PTSA made $880 for programming and staff appreciation events. The evening was a lot of fun for the kids and it was a great community-building event. We look forward to another Skate Night in May
  • Mark your calendars for another virtual trivia event on Saturday, April 23rd. More details to come so watch Digital Deets for information. 
  • We will vote on the PTSA board for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year at our April 13th general meeting. If you are interested in a PTSA board position for next year or have questions please email us at

Upcoming Events

  • Skate City in May


  • Teacher Appreciation events and efforts throughout the year
  • Fundraising Campaigns & Events including the Spring Plant Sale, Skate City Parties, Spaghetti Feed, and Concession sales at sporting events
  • Providing funding and other support for campus events such as Multicultural Night, ExSTEMaganza Science Faire, or teacher-led projects in the classroom.

Get Involved

Member meetings are open to all and generally take place on the first Wednesday of the month from 5:30 pm-7:00 pm. Check the school calendar to confirm the date and time of upcoming meetings.

Not a fan of meetings?  There are plenty of opportunities for volunteering or contributing your talents to benefit Hamilton Middle School.  Please click here to submit a member involvement form.  A member of our leadership team will follow up with you about getting involved.


  • Oct. 6, 2021
  • Dec. 15, 2021
  • Jan. 12, 2022
  • Feb. 9, 2022
  • Mar. 9, 2022
  • Apr. 13, 2022
  • May 11, 2022
  • June 8, 2022

Alia Gonzales, President

My name is Alia Gonzales and my only son is a 7th grader here at Hamilton. I was part of the CSC in our elementary school and have been an active member of the PTSA during his 6th-grade year. I have enjoyed being involved in supporting the Hamilton community and celebrating the hard work of the students. Professionally, I work in Library Administration with the City of Aurora. This role has allowed me to work with my passion for communities as well as truly value education and literacy. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services with a Specialization in Marketing which has allowed me to develop what it means to work with the community in the most effective way possible.  In my free time I enjoy reading, crochet, puzzles, and true crime documentaries.

Anna Kluver-Fensler, Vice President

I’m a small business owner and holistic wellness coach. I’m also a former DPS teacher, and staff developer that worked for the district for over 15 years. I have two kids, one at Hamilton and one at Bradley elementary. I believe in neighborhood and community supported schools. I’m a native of Southeast Denver and went Thomas Jefferson High School. I was the treasurer for the Hamilton PTSA last school year and I’m excited to take on this new role as Vice President this 21/22 school year.

Kristy Sawyer, Secretary

I’ve lived in Southeast Denver for over 20 years. I love this community and I am a strong advocate for our neighborhood schools here. 2021-22 year will be my 5th year as a Hamilton parent. My oldest son went through 3 years at Hamilton and is now at Thomas Jefferson, and my youngest son will be in 8th grade this year at Hamilton. I’ve enjoyed being involved in my kids’ schools and being a part of PTAs since they were in elementary school. I served as PTA Treasurer and a Committee lead when my kids were at Samuels Elementary. I’m excited about the opportunity to become more involved with the Hamilton PTA next year. Professionally, I work for Denver Public Schools supporting our Bond programs and implementing Quality Learning Environment projects across the district.

Harmony Hey-Koski, Treasurer

Harmony Hey-Koski is passionate about education and service. She serves on the Collaborative School Committee (CSC) at Holm Elementary as well as on their PTO, known as Holm Helpers. Harmony worked at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science for 15 years teaching, developing programs and coordinating grants. She currently works in Early Childhood Education at My School Preschool. She is a certified Music Together instructor and in addition to teaching, provides science camp programming at Noteable Kids. Harmony has three sons: a Holm student, a Hamilton student and a graduate of Denver School of the Arts.  She loves connecting with schools right in her neighborhood and being within walking distance to the wonderful Husky schools. She is excited to serve Hamilton and meet others in her community!