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VDOE Announces that All King William County Schools Earn State Accreditation

Congratulations to all staff, students and parents!!!


2014-2015 HHMS Supply List

2014 - 2015 HHMS Supply List


Students Attend Cyber-Security Camp

Ten King William County Public Schools' students are attending a Cyber-Security Camp at King William High School conducted by Mr. Mike Embrey, the school division's Instructional Technology Resource Specialist.  


Reading Olympians Reading List

Attention Reading Olympians -  Here is the list for next year's competition.  Get to the library and start reading.  Be ready to get started this year in September.

And remember - as always -

 

VERBENA HOT!


HHMS joins Pamunkey Regional Library Summer Program

Students at HHMS are expected to join the Summer Reading Program at the Pamunkey Regional Library for the summer.  Many students signed up the last week of school and are well on their way to meeting a goal they have set for themselves for the summer.  You may enter on-line at http://www.pamunkeylibrary.org/SRP.htm or you can sign in person at any of their branches.  Staff members at HHMS will be hosting several "book nights" with food and entertainment during the summer.  We hope you will plan to join us.

 

 


HHMS and KW County Teacher of the Year

        Mrs. Malynn Unser, 7th grade teacher at Hamilton-Holmes Middle School, has been named the 2014-2015 Teacher of the Year for King William County Public Schools. Mrs. Unser is a graduate of Virginia Tech where she earned a degree in Elementary Education. She also earned her Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Integrating Technology from Virginia Commonwealth University.      

 


HHMS Math and Art Team Up

     

      Hamilton-Holmes Middle School sixth graders (179 total) participated in a special project funded by a King William County Public Schools Micro-Grant. The grant was developed and directed by art teacher Tina Oberg and 6th grade math teachers Julie Peck and Pamela Bailey.
            

 


HHMS Employee of the Month - Charles Cimo

   Hamilton-Holmes Middle School is proud to name Mr. Chuck Cimo as Employee of the Month.  Mr. Cimo is a veteran teacher of Graphic Arts but serving in his first year at Hamilton-Holmes Middle School.  He is a teacher that holds high expectations for his students while encouraging each to produce projects that are unique to the individual.  Mr. Cimo has taught his students how to take an idea from preliminary thumbnail sketches to the final master piece.  In addition, Mr. Cimo has taught his students industry terms, how to use peripheral devices such as digital cameras and scanners and how to incorporate generated images into their projects.   Student projects have been judged and winners selected by the King William Education Foundation.  Mr. Cimo was proud to showcase his students’ work at the Fine Arts Festival in April 2014.  It is a great honor that Mr. Chuck Cimo be acknowledged for this award. 


Support Staff Members of the Year Recognized

King William County Schools is proud to recognize the Support Staff Members of the Year for the 2013-14 School Year.  They are as follows:

Ms. Brenda Young - Cool Spring Primary School
Ms. Jennifer Temple - Acquinton Elementary School
Ms. Amy Dobson - Hamilton-Holmes Middle School
Ms. Brenda Rudolph - King William High School
Ms. Teresa Robinson - Division Level

 


King William High School Earns Bronze Award In US News Report

King William High School received a bronze rating in the newly released article in The U.S. News and World Report on the best high schools in the nation.    In total, U.S. News nationally ranked the 4,707 highest-scoring schools as gold, silver or bronze. A high school's position in the numerical rankings, whether it was awarded a medal or whether it was ranked at all was dependent on how high it scored in all three steps of the rankings methodology.

This report reduced the 31,242 public high schools in all 50 states and the District of Columbia to 19,411 schools, which is the total number of public high schools across the country that had high enough 12th-grade enrollment and sufficient data from the 2011-2012 school year to be eligible for the rankings.

 


HHMS Employee of the Month - Nicole Phillips

      Hamilton-Holmes Middle School is proud to name, Mrs. Nicole Phillips as Employee of the Month for April.  Mrs. Phillips has been teaching for thirteen years at HHMS.  She has taught general math, science, English and advanced English.  Mrs. Phillips has served on the leadership team and as the School Improvement Chairperson for many years.  


One Book One School One Community

 A Wonderful Celebration at the UKW Library

     Students, parents and community members met the night of March 26th at the Upper King William branch of the Pamunkey Regional Library to celebrate the One Book, One School, One Community project.  The meeting room was packed with students eagerly discussing their insights about R J Palacio’s best-selling novel Wonder.  The walls and tables were covered with artwork and essays, examples of students’ expressions and interpretations. Wonder is the story of resilience and kindness in a world that can often be brutal to others.

 


HHMS hosts Regional Reading Olympians Championship

     Sitting on the floor in a circle, excitedly whispering to one another, Team Dauntless gets the steal in the first round.  They quietly high five each other and intently listen to the next question from the moderator.  Students from Hanover, Goochland and King William met Thursday, March 20th for the 11th   annual meeting of the Regional Reading Olympians Championship.  


HHMS Employee of the Month - Kevin Lyle

Hamilton-Holmes is proud to name Mr. Kevin Lyle as Employee of the Month for March.  Mr. Lyle has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management from Virginia Tech.  In 2004 he earned a Masters Degree in Sports Management from the University of Georgia.  He has worked for Division 1 Athletics programs at both Radford University and Campbell University in the area of Marketing and Promotions and Event Management. Mr. Lyle is a first year teacher of the computer and business technology classes at Hamilton-Holmes.  He served as the Head JV Football Coach at King William High School this year and has been instrumental in organizing and facilitating the new intramural program at HHMS.   Mr. Lyle has an attitude of service, whether it is mentoring a student, facilitating the Gentlemen’s Club, or coaching a sport, he serves to the best of his ability, with a humble and willing heart.  When he is not coaching, Mr. Lyle enjoys working out and spending time with his seven year old son, Jon David.  It is with great honor that Hamilton-Holmes recognizes Mr. Kevin Lyle with this award.

 


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