Hamburg Central School District

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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.”

    Date change for graduation 2019

    Due to a scheduling conflict, the date for Hamburg High School's graduation 2019 has been changed to Saturday, June 22. The ceremony takes place at noon at the Hamburg Fairgrounds.



  • Childhood anxiety program rescheduled to Feb. 26

    Childhood anxiety will be the topic of a parent information night rescheduled to Tuesday, Feb. 26 at 6:30 p.m. in the Armor Elementary School auditorium, 5301 Abbott Rd. This program is geared for parents of students in grades 6-12 who have anxiety symptoms and/or panic attacks. The presenter will be Tina LaMendola, High School social worker. The program is being sponsored by the Parent-Child Connection.

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  • Academy of Finance Info Night on Feb. 27

    Parents of Hamburg High School freshmen: There will be an Academy of Finance (AOF) Information Night Wednesday, Feb. 27 at 6 p.m. in the High School library. Come and hear how this nationally recognized career and college readiness program can ensure your child is future ready upon graduation. Freshman year is the only time students can apply to the Academy and applications are due March 29.

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  • Youth suicide prevention to be focus of March 7 community night

    A community presentation on “Preventing Youth Suicide” is set for Thursday, March 7 at 7 p.m. in the Hamburg High School auditorium, 4111 Legion Dr. The featured speaker will be Kevin Hines, who tried to die by suicide in 2000 by jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge. Now a best-selling author, global public speaker and award-winning documentary filmmaker, Mr. Hines will share his story of hope, healing and recovery.

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  • Healthy living is focus of event on March 27 at Middle School

    Healthy food tastings and fitness activities will be featured when Hamburg Middle School, 360 Division St., hosts its fifth Family Food & Fitness Fair on Wednesday, March 27 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. This event is open to all. Admission is free.

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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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  • Sign-up online for Spring Continuing Ed. classes

    Sign-up is under way for Hamburg Central's Spring Continuing Education courses. Use the online option for easy, convenient registration. Early registration is encouraged, as many classes fill quickly. Classes are for adults age 21 and older and encompass a range of interests, including art, finance, fitness, music, sports and swimming. Please note, the following classes are full and therefore closed to registration: Managing Healthcare Expenses in Retirement (B2); Wills, Trusts & Estates (B5); How to Protect Your Money from Medicaid (B7); Men's Basketball Sundays (SP1).

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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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