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Important Information for Morning Drop-Off

All students and staff need to be in their classrooms promptly at 8:00 AM. Morning car riders should be dropped off by 7:55 AM in order for them to make it to class on time. Likewise, morning greeters (staff unloading cars) will be heading to their classes at 7:55 AM. Any car rider not unloaded by 7:55 AM will need to park and sign-in at the front office. To avoid getting stuck in a line at 7:55 AM, come early! Doors open at 7:00 AM.

After School Program Application

Download and print the forms, and bring them filled out completely during open house. We will also have applications available during open house. Please note, you must pre-pay for ASP for your child to be able to stay.



Hamilton Crossing invites all of our graduating Knights from the Class of 2021 to join us Wednesday, May 19, at 10:15 AM. Take a walk where your journey began as our current Knights cheer you on and wish you luck in your future endeavors.

Graduates should plan on arriving by 10:00 to prepare for the walk. Come in your full cap and gown!

Remember, #OnceAKnightAlwaysAKnight


As you know, we have been implementing Academic Parent-Teacher Teams (APTT), a model for developing parent-teacher partnerships to better support students’ learning for the past three years. Our first experience was overwhelming - in a positive way. We had parents lined up out the door and around the building anxiously waiting to get in. We received positive feedback from parents that were excited about having an opportunity to take part in what is happening in their child’s classroom. Parents and teachers partnered together to set learning goals and discuss how to encourage and support student learning goals at home. 2020-2021 has offered its own set of obstacles that we have overcome through virtual meetings. Our first virtual APTT meeting back in the fall was a success!

We have listened to your feedback and are excited about our next APTT meeting on January 28th where we will measure progress and celebrate student growth toward goal attainment. We hope you can join us!

To get started, click the link below, and select your child's grade level, afterwards, please complete the survey in the folder and your child will receive 10 Dojo points.

S.T.E.M. Club Application

S.T.E.M. Club Application

Thanks for your interest in STEM Club! Do you love science and math? Want to learn computer language and play with robots? Would you like to learn to make movies? Do you like to create, invent and investigate? Then STEM Club is for you!

The Bartow County School System STEM Program is designed to enrich student learning in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Our club will meet on TUESDAY AFTERNOONS, after school until 4:00. We will offer two 10 week sessions: one in the Fall and another in the Spring. You may sign up for the session that best fits your schedule. Please check your calendar and make sure that you do not have a prior commitment before you complete the application, so you can maximize your experience you need to be at every club meeting.

The application must be submitted by Friday, September 11, 2020, at 3:00 PM. Applications and applicants are accepted in the order they are received. Each STEM Club Session has room for 20 members. If your preferred session has filled up, you maybe placed in the next session, and will be contacted by an HCES staff member prior to that move.

Grades 3-5 may apply.

If you have more than one student that is wanting to participation, you must complete an application for each child.

For more information, contact Mr. Courter or Mrs. Misztak.
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