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Welcome to the official blog of the Hampton Township School District! This forum will be used to share news and noteworthy items about the District.

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Stickney Named 2018 Outstanding Educator

We are pleased to offer well-deserved recognition to one of our high school educators, Mr. Scott Stickney, who recently received notice that he won the 2018 Outstanding Educator Award from the Pennsylvania Association for Gifted Educators.

Mr. Stickney was nominated for this award by one of his …

Posted by berg in High School, staff, faculty on Wednesday November 14 at 08:50AM
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Cardone Named Region 4 Athletic Director of the Year, Hampton Wins 2017-2018 WPIAL/PIAA Sportsmanship Award


 

We are pleased to announce that the Hampton Township School District has been selected as the 2017-2018 WPIAL/PIAA Sportsmanship Award winner. This is the fourth time that Hampton has been selected as the winner since 2009.

As a recipient of this award, Hampton will be recognized …

Posted by berg in High School, Athletics on Tuesday November 13 at 05:11PM
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Poff Students Tackle Food Insecurity

 

According to Feeding America, nearly 1 in 7 people in Allegheny County are facing food insecurity. That’s 174,000 people who do not have enough food to adequately feed themselves or their families. Of these, 42,000 are children.

Every year, first graders at Poff Elementary School …

Posted by berg in Poff Elementary School, community awareness on Tuesday October 30 at 11:01AM
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Hampton Certified as a Common Sense District

 

The Hampton Township School District is pleased to announce that it has received certification as a Common Sense District. The certification is issued through Common Sense Media, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting families with reviews and advice they need to make smart …

Posted by berg in STEM, STEAM, Digital Transformation on Wednesday August 8 at 02:53PM
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WWE Donates Custom Belt in Memory of "Connor the Crusher"

Connor's brother, Jackson, shows off the custom WWE belt in memory of his brother.

Wyland fifth graders were presented with a custom-made WWE bet in memory of classmate Connor Michalek, who died April 25, 2014 following a courageous battle with medulloblastoma. Connor was a huge WWE fan and was …

Middle School Students Place First in National Online Safety Contest


Middle School students in Mr. Hartley Kennedy's computer science class recently participated in the FBI’s National Safe Online Surfing program. We would like to offer congratulations to Mr. Kennedy and his students for winning First Place nationally. Ms. Kelly Wesolosky, Community Outreach…

Hampton Students Inducted Into NTHS

 

 

On March 20, five Hampton students were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) during a special ceremony at the A.W. Beattie Career Center.

The National Technical Honor Society currently serves approximately 100,000 active members. The society has inducted nearly …

Hampton Percussionists Commission Song in Honor of Volunteer Instructor

 

 "Beacon of Light" Composer Chad Heiny, far right, listens as the Hampton High School
Percussion section rehearses the song. 


Italian poet Antonio Porchia once said, “One lives in the hope of becoming a memory.” For Hampton High School percussionists, the saying holds …

Hampton Students Place in State Conference

 

Five students from Hampton High School who are enrolled in the A.W. Beattie Career Center competed in a statewide conference in March. The students earned bronze, silver or gold medals for their performance in the 2018 Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Conference. The FCCLA …

Posted by berg in High School, Careers, A.W. Beattie on Thursday April 12 at 08:11AM
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HMS Students Reflect on Be the Change Day


Each year, Hampton Middle School students participate in the "Be the Change" event, where they learn about the many struggles facing others. Among the issues they explore firsthand include poverty, disease, hunger, homelessness and a lack of access to clean drinking water. Additionally, students…
Posted by berg in Middle School, Be the Change Day on Monday March 5 at 10:39AM
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