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School Safety Message from Los Angeles School Police Chief Steven Zipperman

Dear L.A. Unified Family,


The recent tragic events involving school shootings has understandably created anxiety and concern regarding overall school safety. I want to assure you that the dedicated school police officers serving the Los Angeles Unified School District are committed to providing protection for our students, employees and school communities. We take this responsibility seriously and will use every available method and practice to protect school communities.


This includes immediately responding to safety threats received, including those from social media. Unfortunately, social media posts depicting pictures of firearms and other weapons, coupled with statements suggesting a threat to school safety, tend to increase significantly following tragic incidents. Equally concerning is the fact that a large majority of these social media posts involve students and school-age children attempting to cause fear and anxiety as a simple joke or thrill of experiencing reactions. 


Please know that our school police department and our law enforcement partners take these threats seriously. Investigators and school police officers immediately respond to and investigate all such threats received. These threats are unlawful, regardless of intention, and may result in serious criminal and civil consequences that include possible financial restitution for hours spent on investigations. They also may have serious administrative consequences at the school level, including possible expulsion and graduation implications. We need everyone to understand that these irresponsible actions can have life-long implications.


Here is what parents and guardians can do to help:


  • Please take a moment to discuss this important issue with your children.
  • Please stay connected and monitor social media activities your children are engaged in. 
  • Please reach out to your principal, the local police or other trained professionals if you see behavior that has potential for causing self-harm or harm to others.  
  • Please ensure that if you own a firearm, keep it locked in an approved storage component or locker: This is the law!
  • Please ensure that your children do not have access to firearms while visiting homes of friends or relatives.
  • If you hear or see something, say something!  Please report safety concerns to your school or to law enforcement. The Los Angeles School Police Department also has an anonymous 24-hour Weapons Hot-Line at 1-800-954-4357 (1-800-954 HELP).


Safety is everyone's responsibility. By working, talking and listening together – especially with our students – we will continue to keep our school communities safe.


Thank you for your collaboration.


Los Angeles School Police Chief Steven K. Zipperman

NEXT Coffee w/ the Principal: Friday, April 14


USC Junior Fellows - Scientific Achievement Program for Rising HIgh School Seniors

USC Junior Fellows - Opportunity for High School Seniors




The USC Center for Applied Molecular Medicine (CAMM) and the Westside Cancer Center (WCC) of USC have developed a unique program to foster scientific achievement for rising high school seniors interested in clinical or research oncology. We believe that passion, coupled to outstanding aptitude, are the hallmarks for success. This program fosters scientific education by incorporating hands-on experimentation in a collaborative environment.



The application consists of an essay and a copy of the student’s transcript. The essay should be used as a forum to convey the student’s passion for science/medicine. We will be accepting applications from January 29th through April 5th, 2018. The program begins on June 13th and requires the students to commit 6 hours a day until June 29th at the Health Science Campus of USC. Please contact Dr. Kian Kani (kani@usc.edu) for more information. ONLINE APPLICATIONS CAN BE COMPLETED HERE: www.BeARebel.org/junior-fellows-application



The CAMM Jr. Fellows are presented with one challenge – how to determine which drug is bested suited (most effective) for their mock patient. During this process, the Fellows will become familiar with one of the most important aspects of medicine which currently confronts clinical and research oncologists. Resolution of this challenge will require integration of science, mathematics and technology. The program culminates with a discussion of their findings with Dr. David Agus at the Westside Cancer Center. 



NEXT School Site Council Meeting

Greeting Parents!

Please join us for our next School Site Council meeting,

Thursday, March 15, 2018, from 4:30-5:30pm,

Location TBA!


Please don't forget that all School Site Council Meetings are open to the public, and we encourage all parents to at least attend one a year, if possible, so that you can be a part of the decision-making process here at Hamilton!

Go Yankees!

Hooray!!! We're Getting an Upgrade!!!!

Greetings Parents,


I am pleased to announce that your Hamilton Parent Center has received the District's Parent Center Re-modernization Grant!!! As such, for approximately the next 3 months, we will be operating out of Room 118.  It is still in the main corridor, at the end of the hall, next to the EL Office.  Unfortunately, this means that my phone line is down, so please leave any messages for the Parent Center through the Main Office line 2800, and we will respond in a timely fashion!  If you need my immediate attention, you may text me @ (310) 259-9741, and I will respond as soon as time allows!


This is exciting news, so please be flexible with us during the remodeling period!


Thanks in Advance,


Ms. Tyler




The Hamilton Yankees School-Parent Compact is Now Available!!!

Greetings Parents,


The Hamilton School-Parent Compact is available in hard copy, as well as on our Hami website.  Please review!!!  You will find it on the left side of this portal.


Each year, every school in LAUSD is charged with honoring our commitment as being jointly responsible for the success of our children.  From that accountability is birthed the "School-Parent Compact." The Compact is developed, starting with a Parent Focus Group of Title I parents, to discuss increasing student achievement, based on grade-level and core-curriculum related data.  Our School-Parent Compact for Achievement is revised based on these discussions.  Teachers suggest home learning support strategies, parents add ideas to make them more specific, and students identify ways to further support their learning goals.  Lastly, it is then reviewed and approved by our School Site Council.


Building Partnerships

Please visit the Hamilton High School Website for a full list of partnership at Hamilton to support student success.



LAUSD Parent and Family Engagement Policy - (Parent Involvement Policy) is Now Available!!!!

Greetings Hami Families!


Our LAUSD Parent and Family Engagement Policy, also known as the "Parent Involvement Policy," is now available online, and is being mailed out, 12/01/2017 to all Hamilton families!  In addition to the mailing, the hard copies are available in your Parent Center, Rm. 109, for your convenience.  You will also find both the English and Spanish versions on the left sidebar of this portal.  If you require the Policy in another language, please contact your Parent Rep., and one will be made available.





Hamilton High now has an Instagram page!
Technology is our friend, and now you have an easy way to get a glimpse into all of the activities, events, and inspirational moments that take place daily at Hami! 

Simply log on to your Instagram, in the search bar, enter "@hamihigh," and "follow" from there!

Hami Beautification Day

Thank you to all the families who came to volunteer at our first Community Beautification Day of the year. Thanks to your support, on Monday morning, our students will come to a much cleaner and more beautiful campus. If you couldn’t join us this time, click here to visit the Booster Club website for more opportunities to support our school.



   As a school, we strive to help children pursue their dreams and reach their fullest academic potential, but we need the help of parents. Being that parents are the first teachers of our students, the Parent Center provides opportunities to help parents support their child’s learning at home and at school. The Parent Center serves as a resource to ensure partnership between the school and the parent.

  The Parent Center has brochures, pamphlets, and resource books on various topics (testing information, college admissions, parenting strategies, etc.) There is also a computer with internet access available for parents to research scholarships, explore prospective colleges and careers, and view the College Board website to apply for testing accommodations and check for important testing dates and other information.