You can find more information on our cafeteria page about meal pricing, free and reduced meals, and there is a MyNutrikids.com "Quick Reference Guide for Parents". Cafeteria web page
See picture examples of acceptable and non-acceptable backpacks for the Lake Hamilton School District.
Spanish versions of the parent compact letters are also available on each school's website.
The Lake Hamilton School district understands the importance of involving parents and the community as a whole in promoting higher student achievement and general good will between the district and those it serves.
You can print and fill out this form at home to help speed up the student registration process.
The Lake Hamilton School District makes computers and/or computer Internet access available to students, to permit students to perform research and to allow students to learn how to use computer technology. Read more.
The Pinnacle Internet Viewer collects information as teachers enter it into their electronic grade books and relays it back to your school's server where parents and students then have access to it using unique ID-numbers and PIN codes. Student information is only available to those holding a student's ID-number and PIN code. When parents or students access their individual student information they are provided with a detailed attendance summary and current report card. Contact your child's school office to receive his or her ID-number and PIN code. Learn more...
mySchoolBucks.com gives you a fast, easy, and secure way to view child account purchases and updated meal balances. When your child's meal balance gets low, money can be added to their account from the convenience of your home or office. Participating in your school's meal program has never been easier. Log on here
The Lake Hamilton School District Parent Center offers many great services to parents in the community. There are many parenting resources available for check-out, evening workshops, parent groups, and counseling is also available. If you have any questions, please feel free to email Amy Humphries, our Parent Center Coordinator. Parent Center web page
The Parent Teacher Organization at Lake Hamilton was established in the summer of 2003 and has been an active and important part of the school since it opened. The organization is dedicated to promoting and supporting the students, the staff, and the curriculum of the Lake Hamilton School District.
Registration for new students to the Lake Hamilton School District can be completed in each schools' front office. Find out what documents are required for registration here.
WebSource offers award-winning videos, the latest news, and up-to-date research about young people. This 24/7 website is dynamic, with new content added regularly. All of this commercial-free, educational content is produced by the Emmy Award-winning team at Connect with Kids. To log in, type in LHSD2012 for both the username and password. WebSource
School closing announcements due to inclement weather will be made through local media, on the district website and by telephone. If you have changed your primary contact number since initial registration or if you have not received any calls from the district this year, you should update your telephone number in order to receive automated notifications. Please contact your child's school office to update your contact information.
The teaching/learning process is a partnership between parents, educators, and students for more effective learning. The Lake Hamilton School District is committed to strengthening this partnership.
The Office of Educational Research and Improvement, U.S. Department of Education, calls on every school to promote partnerships and increase parent participation in the growth of children. Reaching and involving all parents and families is important if the United States is to educate all students to high standards, such as those recommended by the Goals 2000: Educate America Act, No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, and Arkansas Act 603.
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Evenings: Workshops, Parent Groups, Counseling as Scheduled.
To strengthen the partnership between school, home and the community in order that our children may reach their fullest potential.
To provide district patrons with information, resources, and support as they guide their children and families toward success.