Counselors Hamilton HS Instructional Technology Plan Professional Development Schedule Tech Support WASC Accreditation Event Request Form Room Reservations
Departments & Small Learning Communities English Learners Magnets Partnerships School for Advanced Studies/GATE Special Education Title 1
AP Courses College Information & Scholarships Testing Transcripts
Athletics Football
Parent Center Attendance Policy Booster Club Emergency Information Forms Enrollment Important Announcements Meal Application Parent Involvement Policy Parent Handbook Weekly Messages WASC for parents
YANKEE LIFE UPDATES Academic Decathlon Academic Policy After School UCLA Programs Associated Student Body Attendance Bell & Block Schedule Calendar Career Readiness Communities in Schools (CIS) Comprehensive Student Support Federalist JK LIVIN Library Performances School Map School Policies Senior Class Student Store Summer School Yearbook Replacement ID Card Tech Support Work Permit Information
Contact Us Mission & Vision Governance Councils Video Gallery Visitor Parking Steps for Parents to link Their Child to Their Account School Safety Message

Title 1 Locker

PPT, Word, Excel Viewers [Go]
Acrobat Reader [Go]

Monroe, April
EL/Title I Coordinator

Title 1

ELAC 2018-19 Calendar

ELAC 2018-19 Calendar

SSC 2018-19

SSC 2018-19

ABOUT TITLE I


In 1965, President Johnson set the nation on a course to ensure equity for all by increasing access to a basic education. This had been denied to many living in poverty.  Now fifty years later, with ever increasing needs and demands for an educated citizenry, we continue to build toward that goal. Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) provides resources to schools to enable students to reach proficiency as determined by the assessment of state standards in reading and math.

2017-2018 Single Plan for Student Achievement

Hamilton Family:

Here is our Single Plan for Student Achievement for the 2017-2018 academic year. If you have any questions regarding the Single Plan please contact the Title I Coordinator at 310-280-1414



2017-2018 Single Plan for Student Achievement

The Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) GOALS

The Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) identifies and addresses the instructional needs of students based on verifiable student data. The SPSA establishes goals for improving student achievement and address how categorical funds will be used to improve academic performance.

 

Thanks to the wonderful response from students and parents to submit meal applications on time, Hamilton High School received a Title I ranking of 70.5%. This ranking ensures that Hamilton High School will receive Title I funding for categorical programs outlined in the SPSA.

The Goals for the SPSA are:

  • Academic Goal- 100% Graduation
  • Academic Goal- English Language Arts
  • Academic Goal- Mathematics
  • Academic Goal- English Learner Programs
  • Culture and Climate Goal-Student, Staff, Parent and Community Engagement

 

For the SPSA 2017-2018, Hamilton High will be focusing on the following goals:

 


100% Graduation

Measurable Objective: By June 2018, the number of students graduating in four years will increase from 89% (2015-16) to 91% (2017-18)


Mathematics

Measurable Objective: By June 2018, there will be a 10% decrease of students receiving D’s and Fails in Algebra I (33% to 23%) and Geometry (30% to 20%) measured by the spring semester report card grades.School Site Council recently approved a budget to increase Math tutoring services in Algebra I and Geometry in order to achieve our math objectives. Please check the calendar below for the new math tutoring schedule.

English Learner Programs

Measurable Objective: By June 2018, Hamilton High School will increase the English Learner reclassification rate by 2% from 16% (2016-17) to 18% (2017-18).

Culture and Climate Goal-Student, Staff, Parent and Community Engagement

Measurable Objective 1: By June 2017, Hamilton High School will increase the amount of School Experience Surveys completed and submitted from 86% to 90% for students, 52% to 80% for staff, and 37% to 52% for parents. (2016-17 to 2017-18)

Measurable Objective 2: By June 2017, Hamilton High School will increase the percentage of students who feel like they are a part of this school from 51% (2016-17) to 75% (2017-18) as identified by the School Experience Survey.

 

 

The Hamilton High School Site Council (SSC) is responsible for the development, annual review, and update of this plan. The composition of the SSC includes elected representatives from students, parents, classroom teachers, other school staff, and the principal. After reviewing data and getting feedback from all stakeholder groups, School Site Council is in the process of submitting Hamilton High School’s SPSA for 2017-18.

For the SPSA 2017-2018, Hamilton High will be focusing on the following goals:

  • Academic Goal- 100% Graduation
  • Academic Goal- English Language Arts
  • Academic Goal- Mathematics
  • Academic Goal- English Learner Programs
  • Culture and Climate Goal-Student, Staff, Parent and Community Engagement

 

NEXT School Site Council Meeting

Greeting HAMI Family!

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!

Reading Program Funded by Title I


 

Math Tutoring Funded by Title I


 

More Than a Meal/ Mas Que un Almuerzo

HAMI Parents & Students:

The Meal Codes are expiring SOON! It is important that all students complete a meal application for 2017-18 as soon as possible!

Click Here to Apply: http://www.myschoolapps.com

 

ELAC/ SSC Committees 2016-2017