Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA)

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

Upcoming Events

  • Community Clean Up Days- October 22, 2022 and April 8, 2023
    • More information coming soon


  • 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 2nd Wednesday of the month unless otherwise noted from 5:30 pm-6:30 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.

PTSA Board Memebers

Anna Kluver-Fensler, President

I am a Southeast Denver native, Thomas Jefferson High School graduate, and a strong believer in supporting our neighborhood schools and communities. I’m a small business owner, wellness coach, former DPS  educator, and staff developer. I’m a mom to an 8th grader at Hamilton and a 4th grader at Bradley Elementary. I have served on the Hamilton PTSA board as the treasurer and vice president for the past two years. I believe it takes a village to help a school community thrive and that we all play a part in doing this meaningful work together.

Genia Beal, Vice Presiden

I am a small business owner and an educator.  I taught in Jefferson County School District for 7 years and then transitioned to Early Childhood Education for the last 6 years in the Denver community.  This will be my third year at Hamilton – I have two scholars – an 8th grader and a 6th grader.  I strongly believe in building community and keeping our neighborhood schools supported.  I am a Colorado native and grew up in northern Colorado.  Our family has lived in SOUTHEAST Denver for 12 years.  I am excited to see what the 22/23 school year offers our students, staff, and families. 

Miranda Bandy, Secretary

Beth Hockett, Treasurer

My name is Beth Hockett.  I have three daughters, two of which are at Hamilton in 6th and 8th grade as well as a 3rd grader at Southmoor Elementary.   I’ve held various volunteer roles in their elementary school years including school auction committee and teacher appreciation.   This will be my first time serving on a PTSA board as Treasurer.  I look forward to taking a more active role in bringing the Hamilton community together with PTSA-sponsored fundraisers and events. Professionally, I am a sales representative for architectural building products in commercial construction.   

We have lived in Southeast Denver for 10 years. I love the connections and convenience that our local, neighborhood schools foster.