Hamburg Central School District

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    ADMINISTRATIVE VACANCY - MIDDLE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL

    The Hamburg Central School District is seeking a thoughtful, student-centered, and creative leader of learning to serve as the Principal for the Hamburg Middle School.  For more information, click here.

       


      Budget & proposition approved by voters 

    Hamburg Central’s 2019-20 budget was approved (756-252) when voters went to the polls on Tuesday, May 21, as was Proposition #2 (850-159) to convey a vacant Pleasant Ave. parcel to the Village of Hamburg for creation of a baseball field. Re-elected to three-year terms on the School Board were Laura Heeter, Richard Schneider and David Yovienne, who were unopposed.  


    Change to school calendar/snow day makeup on May 24 

    The most recent snow day (Feb. 25) was the fifth time that the Hamburg Schools were closed this year due to the weather. This exceeds the four days set aside in the Board approved 2018-19 school calendar. According to our approved calendar, Friday, May 24th will now become a full day of student attendance. This calendar change is consistent with NYS Education Department law.

     

Announcements

  • K-12 art to be featured on May 29

    The district's annual K-12 Art Show is set for Thursday, May 29 from 4-7 p.m. at Hamburg High School, 4111 Legion Dr. In addition to the art exhibit, it will include art workshops for all ages, a ceramics sale and photo booth. Food trucks will also be on-site.

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  • Giving Garden hosting Local Living Fair on June 7

    The Giving Garden at Union Pleasant Elementary School will be the site for the sixth annual Local Living Fair on Friday, June 7 from 4-8 p.m. This is a free family event featuring garden tours, local farms and businesses, and entertainment.

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  • Parents: Please opt-in for school text messages

    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.

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