|Hamilton County Schools see an increase in enrollment numbers
First day enrollment numbers also showed an increase in students this year in Hamilton County.
|Students in Eleven Hamilton County Schools Get Backpacks
Nehemiah Project Raises Funds From Twenty Churches and Volunteer Groups
|Hamilton County Schools' new Director of Facilities and Maintenance
Hamilton County Schools Superintendent Rick Smith announced Wednesday the appointment of Jeremy “Justin” Witt as Director of Facilities and Maintenance.
|Hamilton County Schools first day enrollment numbers
There was an increase of 232 students this year compared to last year. Video
|Officials break ground on new Ganns Middle Valley Elementary
The new Ganns Middle Valley will have space for 1,000 students. Video
|The new East Brainerd Elementary School opens
The new school features enhanced safety measures, like a new system to buzz in guests to the school, separate parent and school bus drop off and pickup sites, and a geothermal system to cool the 154,000 square foot building.
|Donna Kuberg's Energy Rubs Off in Science Class & the Volleyball Court
Her students say she's a jack of all trades and master of them all. As a child, Donna Kuberg fell in love with solving problems through science and math. Her energy rubs off in the classroom and on the volleyball court. Video
|Romana Gentry Makes Science Fun Through Experiments & Special Projects
Ramona Gentry brings science to life in her classroom. The Loftis Middle School teacher creates a fun learning environment full of experiments and projects. Video
|Iris Harris, Golden Apple Award Winner, Takes Students Under Her Wing
Students respond to Iris Harris' unique teaching techniques by hanging on her every word. She's loving and encouraging, but still able to discipline her students, when they get off course. Video
|Hamilton County School District After School Activities Cancelled
All after school activities in the Hamilton County school system are cancelled due to flooding and street closures.
|Hamilton County Schools on 2 hour delay
Due to the continued potential for flooding overnight and out of concern for the safety of our students, parents, and employees, Hamilton County Schools will be on a two hour delay Friday, April 17th. School Age Child Care will be closed in the morning but will operate on regular schedule tomorrow afternoon.