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    Project creates modern learning spaces 

    Modern learning spaces have been created in key areas at Hamburg High School and Middle School as a result of the Hamburg Central School District’s recent capital project. Click here to see a new video that highlights renovations of the Library Media Centers and Family & Consumer Sciences rooms to create spaces that are learner-centered. Bright and sleek, with better functionality, these spaces are flexible, provide areas for movement, and promote collaboration and inquiry.

    This is the third video in a series that “tells the Hamburg Schools story.”

    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.



  • Hamburg Central Day with Buffalo Bisons is May 19

    The Hamburg Bulldogs Booster Club will host Hamburg Central Schools Day with the Buffalo Bisons on Sunday, May 19 at Sahlen Field. Gates open at noon; game time is 1:05 p.m. It will be PAW Patrol Day at the ballpark and following the game, children can run the bases as part of Buster Kids Day. Tickets are $10 until May 12, with a portion of ticket sales benefitting the Booster Club.

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  • PreKindergarten enrolling for 2019-20

    Enrollment is underway the district’s PreKindergarten (PreK) 2019-20 program at Charlotte Avenue Elementary School. The program is available to children who will be four years old on or before Dec. 1, 2019. There is no cost to families who reside in the Hamburg Central School District. There also are no income eligibility restrictions for families.

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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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