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Attention, Students! HMS Library has appreciated your patronage and enthusiasm for reading this year! Please note that ALL library books are due back to our library by Friday, May 17. REPEAT: ALL library books are due back to our library by Friday, May 17. Please see Mrs. Winters with any questions. THANK YOU!
Registration is now open for the Hampton Summer Program. There are a lot of interesting classes offered for Middle School aged students.
Sport physical packets for students who will be participating in any sport in the 19-20 school year are available to be picked up in the main office. Hampton will offer sport physicals at the High School on Saturday, June 15 from 8am – 10am, cost is $10 and will be good for all sports in the 19-20 school year for students in grades 7 – 12 in the fall.
Any 8th grade girl interested in trying out for the Hampton Girls high school soccer team should attend a meeting after school on Tuesday, May 21 at 3:00 in Mr. Paholich’s room H 807. If you cannot make it please see Mr. Paholich to pick up information.
For all parents of current 6th and 7th grade boys who are interested in trying out for the Hampton Boys Middle School Soccer Team this fall, there will be a brief meeting on Wednesday May 22 at the Hampton High School Library from 6:15 - 6:45 pm. The meeting will cover summer training, tryout information, expectations for players, communication, and booster information.
Any 6th or 7th grade student interested in running cross country next school year needs to attend a meeting during their lunch period Wedneday 5/22. Mr. Sheets or Mrs. Close will come down during lunch to announce the meeting.
Attention all 6th, 7th, and 8th graders interested in playing football next fall! There will be a spring football camp from May 28th to May 31st after school at Fridley Field. This camp will be with Varsity and Junior Varsity football players and will be run by all the football coaches from middle school through varsity. Students should make sure to wear workout clothes and bring a water with them. Please see Mr. Flowers if you have any questions.
All girls entering 7th and 8th grade are invited to attend the Middle School Volleyball Camp on June 17-19 (9AM to 12:30PM). Cost is $60 (all proceeds benefit the Hampton Girls Volleyball Boosters). This camp is focused on teaching the fundamentals of volleyball. Athletes registered by June 1 will get a camp t-shirt. Please e-mail Coach Michael Hansen at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Want to play softball for your school and have fun? Hampton Slow Pitch Softball Club is accepting registrations for the Fall Season 2019! It's a team rebuilding year, so a great time to join. Open to all girls in Hampton Township entering grades 7, 8 or 9 in Fall 2019. Email email@example.com for more information.
In May there will be two FREE volleyball clinics offered for girls in 6th grade. The clinics will be held on May 16 and May 21 (from 6pm to 7:30pm) at the Hampton Middle School. The clinics will be conducted by the Hampton Girls Volleyball coaches and players. No registration is necessary. For questions, e-mail Coach Michael Hansen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This year’s Hampton Baseball Camp is open to boys and girls ages 7-14. The camp will be held at the Hampton Township Community Park, McCully Baseball and Softball complex, from 9:00am-12:00pm. Week 1 will be June 11-13 and Week 2 will be June 17-19. See Mr. Wilson with any questions!
Attention all middle school boys that play basketball. . . The 2019 Summer Slam 3 on 3 basketball league is back again this summer. Summer Slam is a great opportunity to work on your skills while having fun with your friends. The league starts on June 17th at the Hampton Community basketball courts. If interested, flyers will be available at the lunches this week. If you have any questions, see Mr. Lagnese.
Lemonade for Sale! HMS will show their support again for Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a national fundraiser that helps children and their families affected by childhood cancer. We will sell lemonade on June 4th & 5th during lunches in the cafeteria. If you would like to volunteer during your lunch, please sign up in the cafeteria. If you're interested in purchasing a t-shirt, please complete an order form & return to Mrs. Holtz in C304. Volunteer Sign up & t-shirt order forms due by Friday, May 17th.
Homework Club is after school, Mon-Thurs, from 2:45 to 3:45 pm. The students may go there to receive support as they work through their homework or prepare for upcoming tests.
The Math Lab is located in D403. Math Lab is available Monday – Friday mornings from 7:30-7:50 and Monday – Thursday after school from 2:45 – 3:45.
Attention all 7th graders! Are you interested in working on a TV broadcast? Creating visual effects? Acting like a radio DJ and playing your fave music? Making videos? Acting? If you are interested in any of these things, you’ll make a good candidate for joining Talbot TV! Talbot TV provides the HMS community every day with the news everyone needs to know! Bonus! You get to miss bus room and home room on days you are scheduled in the studio!!! Sign-ups and TV Studio tours will be occurring the week of 5/20 during 7th grade lunch. Stay tuned for more information! See Mrs. Spring with any questions!
There will be a Student Council meeting in Mrs. Palmer's room on Thursday, May 23 at 7:15. Any student who is interested in joining Student Council for the 2019-2020 school year should see Mrs. Palmer for a sign-up sheet and information packet. Students should also plan to attend this meeting. Also, any 8th graders who are interested in joining Student Council at the High School should plan to attend.
Bonjour, mes amis! HMS French Club will be working with the participants of the YMCA Hampton after school program to learn about French language and culture. This will take place Thursday, May 24th from 2:45 until 4:45. Meet in the back of the cafeteria at 2:45 and arrange for pick up at the cafeteria entrance promptly at 4:45. Sign up and informational flyers are available in the cafeteria during all lunches. Please see Madame Males-Benson for additional information. Merci!
Hampton Middle School PTO Presents the 2019 8th Grade Dinner Dance ISLAND ADVENTURE Saturday June 1, 2019, From 6 to 10PM Hampton High School Cafeteria.
Recycle Rama is Saturday May 18th! Recycle Rama is an annual event held at the high school and Hampton Community Park where anyone can drop off many things which can be recycled and repurposed to avoid being thrown in our garbage and end up in a land fill. Student volunteers are needed from 9 a.m. to 12 noon to help carry and sort a number of items which are dropped off: books, dress clothing, blankets and towels for animal shelters, batteries, cell phones, ink cartridges, scrap metal, computers, TVs, medical equipment and more! This is an excellent way to see how we can make a difference in our community and help reach SDG #s 6, 12 and 15 all in one day!
The Hampton Township Rotary Firecracker 5K is July 4, 2019.
Volleyball Camps- Hampton Middle Scholl Girls Volleyball Camp 6/17-6/19 for girls entering grades 7 and 8. Hampton Youth Girls Volleyball Camp 7/8-7/10 for girls entering 4, 5, 6. Hampton Girls Volleyball Clinic 5/16 and 5/21 for girls currently in grades 4, 5, 6.
2019 Hampton Girls’ Basketball Camp - TO ALL GIRLS ENTERING GRADES 1st through 8th: The Hampton Varsity Girls’ Basketball coaches and players would like to invite any girl grades 1-8 interested in improving her basketball skills to our 5th Annual Girls’ Summer Basketball Camp. This year’s camp is scheduled at Hampton High School for the week of August 5 through 8. Camp sessions will introduce and reinforce the girls to the fundamentals of basketball, allow them to develop their basketball skills, and give them the opportunity to interact with the Lady Talbots varsity players.
Hampton Summer Basketball Camps 2019 Boys’ & Girls’ Shooting Camp June 25,26,27 July 1,2,3 2 (sessions) Boys’ Skills Camp June 24-28 Boys’ & Girls’ Introduction to Basketball Camp July 8-11 Directed by Joe Lafko Hampton Head Boys’ Basketball Coach **All Sessions Held at Hampton High School**
Registration for Hampton Junior Football Association‘s Football and Cheer Clinic opens April 1.
Students need a bus pass to go home with a friend on a different bus. A bus pass will be issued when both students bring a note from their parents to the main office during bus room. The bus pass is the only way the bus driver will permit students on a different bus. Students are permitted to bring a maximum of 2 friends home on their bus. Due to the number of students assigned you will not be allowed to bring friends home on Bus M. The student activity bus to the High School is bus W.
Are you looking for an easy way to help your school? Watch for Box Tops on hundreds of items at home, cut them out & drop them off in the school office! It's that easy & doing it brings money into our school for fun things like...8th grade dinner dance, 7th grade Medieval days, 6th grade Greek Olympics and much more! Thanks for your support!
CHIP covers uninsured kids up to age 19 in Pennsylvania. It does not matter why your kids don’t have health coverage right now; CHIP may be able to help.
All family trips must be pre-approved by the principal. An Educational Travel Form must be completed 2 weeks prior to missing school for a trip. Pre-approval forms are available in the office and on the Hampton Township School District website. A completed form signed by the parent/guardian, the principal and all of a student’s teachers must be returned to the office before the trip. Family educational travel should be limited to no more than five days per school year. Assignments are due the day the student returns to school.
For the safety of all students during the busy time of student arrival and dismissal, we ask parents to adhere to the following procedures:
- AM Drop-Off - Parents should proceed down School Drive and enter the Middle School parking lot proceeding to the rear of the building and drop off students at exit #11. Please enter the Cafeteria entrance not the Library entrance. This is for the safety of all our students in the front of the building.
- For PM Pick-Up - Parents should proceed to the rear of the building pull into the lot and pick up students at exit #11.
Please do not park in the designated “No Parking” lane or the side of the building. This causes congestion for exiting parents and school vans loading in the rear.