Hampton Elementary School
Home of the Hornets
Welcome to Hampton Elementary School! We want this year to be successful, challenging, and rewarding.
At Hampton Elementary, we emphasize academics and positive behaviors. We believe that teachers and parents
must work cooperatively to create an environment that is conducive to learning and
academic growth for our students.
The Faculty and Staff of Hampton Elementary
are looking forward to the opportunity of
educating your child. Let’s work together to make 2014-2015 a great year.
The mission of Hampton Elementary School is to
provide a safe learning environment where all
students become literate, informed, and
responsible members of a diverse global society.
The focus of Hampton Elementary is to successfully challenge all students every day.
HES' ESEA report card was released by the State Department of Education to meet federal reporting requirements. HES earned the grade of "B" which indicates the school is exceeding state & federal expectations. Although we celebrate the "B", we believe in continuous growth and are working towards an "A"! We are striving each day to be better than we were the day before!!! Thank you to parents, community members, students, faculty & staff for helping us be successful!
Very Important Parent Meeting
on Thursday, February 26,
beginning at 5:30 in the Cafeteria!
Please plan to attend!
Then teachers will be available
to meet with parents from 6-8!
Our Own Melonee Ginn Earns the $25,000 Milken Award
Fifth-grade teacher Melonee Ginn of Hampton Elementary
School got the shock of her life when she was presented with a $25,000
Milken Educator Award at an all-school assembly. Dr. Gary Stark, CEO of
the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching and a 2001 Milken
Educator from Arkansas, as well as Dr. Mick Zais, state superintendent
of education, announced the news to thunderous applause. Melonee is a very deserving educator! She is the Best of the Best! Congratulations Ms. Ginn!
Proud of our Palmetto Electric Bright Ideas Recipient
Miss Melonee Ginn
Dress Down Days for 2014 - 2015
Feb. 6th and 20th
March 6th and 20th
April 10th and 24th
May 8th and 22nd
Pay $1.00 and wear school appropriate clothing on these Fridays.
No spaghetti strap tops, "wife-beater" t-shirts, or shirts with offensive pictures or sayings.
No short-shorts or short skirts. No see-through clothing.
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ICE CREAM IS SOLD ON THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
AT LUNCH FOR $1.50