News and events
October 1, 2023
Have you signed up for Conferences?
Fall Conference Dates: Oct. 2, 5, & 10
Click the Conference Schedule button or contact the school at 763-506-2700.
Together we make a difference
Saturday, October 7th: 2:00-4:00pm Hamilton Hoopla!!
REMINDER: No School for Elementary Students on Monday, October 2nd.
Rock Your School Highlights!
It was a Magical Day for students!
Fighting Child Hunger
Hamilton's Faith Partner
Faith Lutheran Church - 11115 Hanson Blvd. Coon Rapids
Free Meals & Educational Benefits
The state’s Free School Meals program to begin in 2023, families will still need to apply to qualify for more educational benefits
Starting Sept. 5, 2023, every student may receive one breakfast and one lunch at no cost during the school year. The state’s Free School Meals program will cover the cost of one breakfast meal and one lunch meal for every student daily, however the cost of a la carte items, such as milk, other drinks, or extra meal items will not be covered. Students will need to have funds in their meal accounts to purchase any additional food items.
If your family needs access to any other educational benefits available to your student, please visit ahschools.us/freereduced to complete an application.
Safe & Welcoming Schools
Hamilton is committed to a safe and welcoming learning environment
Support is available for bullying and harassment
Anoka-Hennepin is committed to creating an inclusive and positive climate in all of its schools, where all students feel comfortable, safe and ready to learn. Check the links out below to learn more about district policies, what bullying is and how to report it.
- What is bullying? Check out our elementary brochure and middle/high school brochure on the topic.
- Learn ways to prevent bullying.
- Report harassment, violence, discrimination or bullying. The tip line is another way to do this.
- Creating a Safe Environment for All presentation.
- Guiding Principles for anti-bullying and anti-harassment.
- Policies related to bullying and harassment: Bullying Prohibition Policy Including Cyberbullying; the Harassment, Violence and Discrimination policy; and the Equal Educational Opportunity policy.
Is my child well enough to go to school?
Students can be at school if the following are true:
They are fever-free for 24 hours without fever-reducing medication
They are free of vomiting and/or diarrhea for 24 hours
They are feeling well enough to participate in school activities
If you are not sure or have questions regarding your student returning to school please reach out to the health office at 763-506-2704.