Bulldog Boot Camp, Hamburg High School's all-sport summer conditioning program, kicks off on July 6 and wraps up on Aug. 10. Certified coaches and trainers will facilitate activities to improve speed/quickness, strength, conditioning and flexibility. The cost is $25.
Upcoming Grades 3-6 students are invited to attend the 2017 Hamburg Bulldog "Fundamentals" Youth Football Clinic this summer. The clinic is planned for July 17-20 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at Howe Field. The cost is $60 for four days of non-contact drill work and games.
Registration is being accepted to July 14 for Hamburg girls basketball summer camp. This camp, to be held July 31-Aug. 3, is for girls entering Grades 3-8. It is designed to teach players fundamental skills of the game, as well as teamwork and sportsmanship. The cost is $50 per player.
The district’s mandatory Drug & Alcohol Parent Forum will be offered on Wednesday, Aug. 9 at 6:30 p.m. at Hamburg High School, 4111 Legion Dr. One adult per household is required to attend the forum in order for his/her High School student to participate in any school special event or sports. Once met, the requirement is valid for the student’s High School career.
Bulldog Dash 2017 will kick-off Saturday, Oct. 28 in the Hamburg High School parking lot, 4111 Legion Dr. The race begins at 9:30 a.m. Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. This year’s theme is Halloween, so participants are encouraged to dress in their favorite Halloween costume. Medals will be given to the top male and female race winners, as well as to winners in various age categories. This community-wide race is open to all ages. T-shirts will be given out to the first 200 registrants.
Enrollment is under way for the Hamburg Central School District's PreKindergarten (PreK) 2017-18 program, which is housed at Charlotte Avenue Elementary School. The program is available to children who will be four years old on or before Dec. 1, 2017 and who live in the district. There are no income eligibility restrictions for families.
You spoke…we listened. Many parents have told us that they prefer to receive school notifications via text message or email instead of automated phone calls. So, this school year, the district is relying less on “robo calls” to relay certain information and more on text/email through service provider SchoolMessenger. Parents: The district must have your correct cell phone number and/or email address on file in order for you to receive notifications. Additionally, to receive texts, you must take the extra step of opting-in.