Summer Camp Schedules for 2018-2019 School Year are now available on Sports Page.
Track and Golf Schedules are posted on the Sports page.
ATTENTION: Spring Sports Schedules are now on the Sports page. Please remember all schedules are subject to change. Changes will be sent out through textcaster and updated calendars will be put on the Sports page.
Welcome to Hamilton!
Welcome to the Hamilton R-II School District. Our school district strives to provide all children the greatest education possible. Our dedicated staff works very hard to fulfill our district mission statement: “Students enrolled in the district’s schools will develop and demonstrate scholastic, technical, social and problem-solving skills essential for achieving personal, academic and occupational success.”
Our school district currently serves 670 students grades P-K through 12 and employs approximately 100 staff. Numerous teachers in our district hold a master’s degree or higher and all faculty participate yearly in professional development to enhance their teaching skills. From elementary to high school, students are given many opportunities to excel in academics as well as student activities.
The Hamilton Community has always been supportive of our school district, and we are happy to say that a very positive relationship exists between the two. The support and cooperation of the parents and community have helped our school district provide a positive experience for our students. People often hear “it takes a village to raise a child”, and newcomers to our district will discover that we have a strong community and parent partnership.
I encourage you to visit our school district at any time and contact any member of our administrative team if you have questions. Enjoy our website and enjoy the 2017-2018 school year.
Mr. Troy Ford
Superintendent of Schools
District and CSIP Mission Statement
The Hamilton R-II District is dedicated to understanding the past and building for the future of our students. In the accomplishing this endeavor our mission is to require students enrolled in the district’s school to develop and demonstrate scholastic, technical, social and problem solving skills essential for achieving personal, academic and occupational success.