About the Program
Too often, a home visit from a teacher means one thing to a family: trouble. But with the Parent Teacher Home Visit (PTHV) Program, the goal is to start by building a strong and positive relationship between the family and the school. The visits begin with the teacher asking about the family’s hopes and dreams for their child. By involving the parents and families, we create a better chance of success for students. Visit the website here to learn more.
In case you missed the info session about the Parent Teacher Home Visit Program, check out the slide deck and interest form here.
The Parent Portal is your first stop to access up-to-date academic information and applications to support you in monitoring your student’s progress.
Schoology is the Learning Management System students and teachers use throughout the school year for coursework, assignments, feedback and more. Click on the buttons to access PDF guides on how to log into Schoology, view courses and message teachers, and set notifications.
Hamilton uses Digital Deets to communicate important information with families.
Hamilton will be using Digital Deets to streamline school-to-home communication this year. Their “one app for all” solution enables all of the members of a school community to easily receive information. Here’s how you can sign up:
You can find updated school policies by clicking the link.
We have created this one-page calendar to post on your refrigerator with important dates for families. We will continue to update and add dates throughout the school year. Our most up-to-date calendar is on our website and can be found here. Feel free to reference this calendar anytime.
We are very excited to announce that Hamilton Middle will have before and after school activities. We have wonderful partnerships and can’t wait to start. Here is a quick reference of what will be offered. For more information about school sports, please visit our Athletics page here.
Denver Children’s Choir
This is a before-school activity happening every Monday from 8:00 am – 9:00 am. If you are interested in joining, please complete the application before coming to the session.
All Hamilton families should complete this application as it helps the school receive funds. The submission and approval of a Household Application for Student Meal Benefits provides advantages beyond eligibility for free or reduced priced meals. It also helps ensure students receive the maximum amount of benefits they are eligible for, including discounts on bus passes and some school fees, such as athletics, and reduced AP testing fees. It ensures schools receive additional resources to support healthy meals for students and after school programs. Your assistance in completing and submitting the Household Application for Student Meal Benefits is greatly appreciated and has the potential to help all DPS schools. Apply now at myschoolapps.com.
Bus stop information is now available on the Parent Portal. Click on this link to get instructions for finding bus stop locations and pick-up/drop-off times. If the Portal says “walker”, that either means the student is not eligible for transportation or they attend a school that uses the Success Express shuttle. If they attend a shuttle school, then they are automatically eligible and may board the bus at whichever stop/time works best for them. Shuttle schedules are available here. If you have any questions, call 720-423-4600 or email email@example.com.
Hamilton has teamed up with Way to Go to offer Schoolpool, a safe carpool matching service. Schoolpool connects neighboring families who may be a good fit for driving, walking or biking to school together. For more information contact our school Liaison Dimarlys Suarez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From the cafeteria to the classroom, pay anytime, anywhere from your computer or smartphone.
Click here to visit MySchoolBucks!
Follow these steps to log in to MySchoolBucks through your Parent Portal account:
Note: After linking accounts or setting up a new MySchoolBucks account, always use your parent portal user name and password to log-in to MySchoolBucks. When logging in through myschoolbucks.com, enter your username and choose “Denver Public Schools” as the login provider. You will then be redirected to a DPS login page where you can enter your parent portal credentials.
If you don’t have a Parent Portal account, create one by following these steps:
If you are concerned about bullying at your school, we recommend contacting your school’s principal, social worker, school psychologist or teacher directly to address the issue. We encourage you to talk to your student about bullying and to teach your student to always tell a trusted adult if he or she, or another student, has been bullied or cyberbullied.
Learn more about bullying and cyberbullying at:
You can anonymously report any bullying behavior that threatens you, your family or your community through Safe2Tell by calling 877-542-7233, by visiting Safe2tell.org, or by using the Safe2Tell app on a mobile device.
For more information on DPS Bullying and Cyberbullying Policies & Procedures click on the link.
Do you want to schedule a vaccine appt for your 5-11-year-old? Call Denver Health at 303-602-8958. Click the link for more information.
We have automatic no-touch drinking fountains for students to fill their water bottles. Students are not allowed to drink water directly from the water fountain. Please make sure students bring a water bottle to school every day.
Students must bring a mask to school and wear it properly, covering their mouth and nose. If a student is not wearing their mask properly, we will call parents/guardians to support us and pick them up from school if the behavior continues. Please help us at home by talking to your student about proper mask usage and by providing them with a mask that fits comfortably.
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