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7th and 8th Grade Athletes - Sports Physicals - June 14


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At King William High School

June 14th from 2:00 to 4:00

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Employee of the Month - Travis Cooper

      Hamilton-Holmes Middle School is proud to name Mr. Travis Cooper as Employee of the Month for May 2016.  Mr. Cooper earned a Master’s Degree from Virginia Commonwealth University and has taught for eighteen years in King William County.  He taught English to 9th and 10th graders at King William High School for one year, and then moved to Hamilton-Holmes where he has instructed students in English and History.   For over a decade, Mr. Cooper taught various subjects and grade levels at the Regional Alternative School.  He has served as the Social Studies Lead Teacher for five years as well as a grade level coordinator. 

     Mr. Cooper is an outstanding teacher who makes learning interesting and engaging for students.  His is very knowledgeable of his content and is able to make learning fun.  Mr. Cooper has a calm and professional demeanor, treating all students and staff with respect.  His humor, not only in the classroom, but with his colleagues, keeps the atmosphere positive and is greatly appreciated on stressful days!  It is with great honor that we recognize Mr. Travis Cooper with this award!

Bus Transportation Announcement

King William County Public Schools (KWCPS) has been notified that road maintenance on Route 30 will be taking place between now and the end of the school year.  Specifically, crews will be paving near the Caroline line and between Black Gum Road and the West Point town limit.  This road maintenance may affect KWCPS bus schedules.  We thank you, in advance, for your patience. 

HHMS Employee of the Month - Robin Davis

Hamilton-Holmes Middle School is proud to name Mrs. Robin Davis as the Employee of the Month for April 2016.  Mrs. Davis received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University.   She has been the school nurse at HHMS for fourteen years and is very active on the Hospitality Committee and the School Health Advisory Board. She trains bus drivers in correctly handling blood borne pathogens and prepares their supplies for emergency situations.  Mrs. Davis has been married for thirty-three years, has three children, and one granddaughter.  She enjoys reading, kayaking, singing, playing the guitar and violin.  As an active member of the music program at Colosse Baptist Church, she is able to make a difference by working directly with the youth in the community. It is with great pleasure that we honor Mrs. Robin Davis with this award.

Apple of our Eye - Andy Washington

Hamilton-Holmes Middle School is proud to name Mr. Andy Washington as the Apple of the Eye recipient.  Mr. Washington came to HHMS last August.  He has taught high school and middle school math and is a career switcher.  Currently he is teaching Algebra I and Geometry to 8th graders.  Mr. Washington has diligently worked with his 8th graders in learning advance math concepts and his overall percentage on the first and second nine weeks tests was 96% in Algebra I and 86% in Geometry.  Mr. Washington is very dedicated to the teaching profession.  He spends hours after school planning engaging lessons and tutoring students.  Mr. Washington volunteers to tutor math students in grades 6th and 7th and to supervise lunch duty on a daily basis.  He has a great sense of humor with his students, is a team player, and has been an asset to the faculty here at HHMS.  It is with great pleasure that the administration honor Mr. Washington with the Apple of the Eye award!

HHMS Employee of the Month - Edna Washington

Employee of the Month

March 2016

Congratulations to Mrs. Edna Washington, Employee of the Month for March 2016.  Mrs. Washington has been working at Hamilton-Holmes Middle School as the school secretary for 41 years!  Here is what colleagues have to say about Mrs. Washington: “She is the face of HHMS.”  “She always presents a bright smile and helpful attitude to everyone she encounters.”  “Mrs. Washington is steadfast and unruffled, trying her best to help everyone who needs something.”  “She strives each day to bring peace and calm to a very busy, chaotic office.”  Mrs. Washington is always professional to parents, students, and staff.  The office can be very hectic with phones ringing and parents coming in to pick up students.  Through all of the busyness of the office, Mrs. Washington keeps her calm composure and demonstrates warmth and concern.  It is with great pleasure that we honor Mrs. Washington with this award!

Employee of the Month - Omari White

Mr. White, or as we like to refer to him, Coach White, has been teaching technology classes for three years.  Hamilton-Holmes was fortunate to have Coach White join our team in February 2015.  In the past year, Coach White has mentored many students, to include those that exhibit difficult behavioral concerns.  He has created relationships with these students and set high expectations, whereby allowing these individuals to find success at school.  Coach White volunteers his time to monitor the cafeteria and coordinates the operation of the HHMS School Store.  In addition, he coaches the flag football intramural team for HHMS and the football and basketball teams at King William High School.  Coach White is truly a team player, demonstrating this philosophy on a daily basis.  It is with great pleasure that Coach White be honored with this award

HHMS Students Create Art That Heals

Students in the Art for a Cause Club at Hamilton Holmes Middle School spent their fall meetings creating pinwheels for Students Rebuild. Per their website (www.studentsrebuild.org), Students Rebuild is a “collaborative program of the Bezos Family Foundation that inspires young people to connect, learn and take collective action on critical global issues”. For each pinwheel contributed to the Healing Classrooms Challenge, $2 is donated to assist with Syrian youth refugees in the Middle East. The members of the Art for a Cause club were able to create more than 100 pinwheels for this worthy cause.

Students in grades sixth through eighth grades meet one to two times per month to work on art and service projects that have an impact outside of school. Future projects the club is planning to work on include the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Student Series (formerly Pennies for Patients) and painting ceiling tiles for display in cancer centers.

HHMS Employee of the Month - Lewis Phillips

Hamilton-Holmes Middle School is pleased to name Mr. Lewis Phillips as the Employee of the Month for December 2015. In his 15 years at HHMS, Mr. Phillips has taught Math and Science at all three grades. He currently teaches 8th grade Physical Science and Advanced Physical Science.  Mr. Phillips works hard every day to keep his students engaged through interesting activities and labs, and he holds all students accountable for their achievement. He is a team player who is always willing to lend a helping hand to others in the building. Mr. Phillips is an asset to our school, and we are proud to recognize him this month.

Tina Oberg, Teacher of the Year for KWCPS

Mrs. Tina Oberg, 6th-8th grade art teacher at Hamilton-Holmes Middle School, has been named the 2014-2015 Teacher of the Year for King William County Public Schools.  Mrs. Oberg is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University where she earned a degree in Art Education.  She grew up in King William County and is a proud alumnus of King William High School.

Mrs. Oberg has been teaching art at HHMS for 19 years and is no stranger to success.  This is her third Teacher of the Year award at Hamilton-Holmes, and she also represented King William County as Teacher of the Year in 2005-2006.  When asked what qualities make an educator a good candidate for this award, Oberg replied, “A teacher who is able to motivate his/her students to do their best.”  Oberg achieves this by trying to form relationships with her students and bringing humor into her classroom.  She says, “I believe that in order to reach a child’s mind, you must first reach his/her heart.”


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