Applies to Grades 4, 8, and 12
We are pleased to notify you that Lake Hamilton has been selected to represent schools across the nation by participating in the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP). First administered in 1969, NAEP is the largest nationally representative and continuing assessment of what students know and can do in various subject areas. It is administered by the National Center for Education Statistics, within the U.S. Department of Education. NAEP is different from state assessments because it provides a common measure of student achievement across the country. The results of NAEP are released as The Nation's Report Card, which provides information about student achievement to educators, parents, policymakers, and the public.
In our school, the NAEP assessment will be given in February. Your child may be selected to take a mathematics, reading, or science assessment. In addition to answering questions in one of these subjects, students will be asked questions about themselves and their educational experiences, such as the amount of reading they do and the types of classes they take. These questions provide contextual information for the assessment, as well as information that may be related to students’ learning.
In an effort to keep our public posted on the progress, changes and challenges faced during this construction process over the next three or more years, we will use this section of our webpage to communicate as we move forward on these projects. Your Millage Dollars At Work will be updated throughout the process and we will use this as a communications tool to try to answer questions we might receive through phone calls, personal contacts, email and Facebook about the construction process. We hope you find this helpful and informative.
Here is a 3D fly-over view of some of the campus improvements that are currently in progress at Lake Hamilton School District.
Please note: This video contains no audio.
The Lake Hamilton School District is proud to participate in the Arkansas School Choice Transfer Program for the 2014 - 2015 School Year. However, the School Choice Program in Garland County is quite different than the majority of the rest of Arkansas. While most of the state is operating under the Arkansas School Choice Law of 2013, in Garland County, our schools are legally required to operate under the old law. While the Arkansas School Choice Law of 1989 has been declared unconstitutional, we are required by federal court to still operate under that law due to a Federal Desegregation Agreement. Therefore, the following information is relevant only to the schools in Garland County.
School Choice in Garland County is still impacted by the race of the students enrollment in both the home school district and the non-resident school district. The Arkansas Department of Education provides district racial data and a very complicated formula that we are required to follow in both acceptance and rejecting School Choice Transfers. The Lake Hamilton School District began accepting School Choice Applications on April1 , 2014. FOR GARLAND COUNTY ONLY. THE SCHOOL CHOICE DEADLINE IS JULY 1, 2014. NO APPLICATIONS CAN BE ACCEPTED AFTER THAT DATE! Once the applications and the state data and formula are received, we will begin processing those applications.
Lake Hamilton School District Safe Room is located on our Primary School Campus at 136 Oakbrook Street. This Safe Room will be remotely unlocked when a tornado warning is issued for Garland County.
These Lake Hamilton students and staff members have made great achievements, and we wish to congratulate them.
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Lake Hamilton Intermediate A.C.E. Quiz Bowl Team wins 2nd place.Read more
Lake Hamilton Chess Team Won 2nd place at the State Regional Chess Tournament.Read more
Reese Peterson won the National Geographic Bee held at Lake Hamilton Junior High.Read more
Cameron Anderson, in 2012, and Casey Westerman, in 2011, have both received the Wolf Athletics Radio College Scholarship.Read more
Billy Chesshir, Middle School Counselor, was selected as the Arkansas Multi-level Counselor of the year.Read more
Several High School students were honored as scholar athletes at the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame Banquet.Read more
Here at Lake Hamilton School District, students strive for excellence in everything they do, including sports. Take a look at these outstanding athletic accomplishments.
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The Steppin' Wolves received 1st place in all four divisions at the 5A/6A competition at LHJH.Read more
Congratulations to the girls Cross Country team for winning the state championship for the 7th time!Read more
With a 24-8 win, the Lake Hamilton Wolves took the 7on7 championship title at the OBU team camp.Read more
The Lady Wolves defeated the Russellville Lady Cyclones 1-0 to claim the 2012 Class 6A State Championship.Read more
Our Lake Hamilton Girls Cross Country team earned the Class 6A State Championship title, and the boys won state runner-up.Read more
The Lake Hamilton Wolves 7on7 team won the upper consolation tournament in the Shootout of the South.Read more
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These are the LH graduates that have given their lives while serving our great nation. Wall of Heroes.
These are the staff members and former students that have served or are currently serving our great nation. Wall of Service.
The goal this year is to collect 1,000 pounds of meat. Find out how you can help.
Connect with Kids/WebSource provides 24/7 access to hundreds of streaming video and print resources (family viewing guides, discussion questions and lesson plans) on today's social and emotional learning challenges – from bullying prevention, digital citizenship and supporting achievement and building character and resilience to drug and alcohol prevention and health and wellness, to name a few.
For a user-friendly experience, site resources are categorized and identified by topic (i.e. achievement, bullying prevention, drugs and alcohol, character and life skills, digital citizenship, health and wellness) on separate channels: elementary, middle/high school, health literacy, educator professional development and parents. A search feature can also provide direction to specific resources.
Your school district's assigned organization code will be provided to you by calling The Lake Hamilton Parent Center 501-760-5443.
Lake Hamilton School District... Where students, parents, educators, and community work hand-in-hand to empower each learner with the knowledge, skills, and direction necessary to promote college and career readiness and continued life enrichment.
Lake Hamilton School District has received the status of an accredited school district from AdvancED.Read more
For the third year, Lake Hamilton High School was named one of the top high schools in America by the Washington Post.Read more
The Lake Hamilton Elementary School has been recognized as a 2011 and 2012 NCEA Higher Performing School.Read more