Hamden Middle School
All members of the HMS faculty will host conferences on Wednesday, April 24, 2019. Conferences will begin at 5:30 p.m. and conclude at 7:30 p.m. Parents are invited to schedule a meeting with one member of the academic team. They can also schedule a conference with other members of the faculty, also known as the “Off Team” teachers and PPS team. If you have any questions, please contact the HMS Office Manager, Ms. Donnarummo, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to reconnecting during the April 2019 conferences. Sign-up for the conferences here.
Hamden Middle School world language students participated in the Colt Poetry Contest on April 3rd at Rockville High School in Vernon. Five students earned medals for reciting poetry in several languages. Michael H. earned GOLD in Arabic; Gabriella W. earned SILVER in Polish; Dayanara G. earned SILVER in Spanish; Rosalina D. earned BRONZE in Italian; and Lejla R. earned SILVER in Italian. Congratulations HMS students!
Students from both Hamden High School and Hamden Middle School attended the 2019 TSA CT State Conference on Saturday, March 23rd at Conard High School in West Hartford. Students competed in 19 STEM and leadership events.
Hamden High School students performed very well, winning first place in Structural Design, Web Master, and Forensic Science. HHS students also placed within the top three in Fashion Design, Dragster Design, Prepared Presentation, and Technical Problem Solving.
Hamden Middle School students placed within the top three in Mass Production, Off the Grid, Coding, Technical Problem Solving, and VEX IQ Robotics.
Seven students qualified to attend the 2019 National TSA Conference in Washington DC in June. Two Hamden High School students campaigned for officer positions for the CT State TSA. Tyler L. was elected as the CT TSA Vice President and Paige C. was elected as CT TSA President.
We are looking forward to competing at the national level as well as having a successful new year with the new state officer team.
Morning Math is available daily for students who:
- Need computer access to complete their weekly 25 minutes of Moby Max;
- Want to get their Moby Max homework out of the way so they don't have to do it at home;
- Like to start their day in a quiet, productive setting where they can get help with math.
Students who would like to attend should get a pass from Mr. Ugolik when they enter the building. Then, they must go directly to Room 222 in House 1 on the second floor and work with Ms. Peccini and Ms. Willis.
Attention Parents of 8th Grade Students:
Beginning the week of Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019, all of our eighth grade students will begin a points system to encourage students to make good choices.
Please see the attached Points Letter for specific details.