When you should notify the
Hampton School District Point of Contact
In an effort to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus within our staff and student body we are asking all parents/guardians, of students who will be in attendance on-site, and all employees to notify our designated Point of Contact (POC) immediately when the following occurs:
Please call Jana Young at 870-798-6110 or 870-798-6133 (Please leave a message if there is no answer. This number will forward to a cell phone after hours), or email information to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you in advance for your cooperation. Together we can help keep our Hampton School District family safe, healthy, and ready to learn during this unique time.
Hampton School District's Plan for Continued Safe Operations is now open for public comment. Plan for Continued Safe Operations for Public Comment
On April 15th, 2021, at a special called board meeting at 5:30 p.m. the Hampton Board of Directors voted 5 - 0 to abolish the mandated mask policy for the remainder of the 2020 - 2021 school year. Though masks are no longer required they are strongly recommended and encouraged. Should a significant increase in COVID-19 cases occur, the administration has the authority to reinstate the mandated mask policy during the 2020 - 2021 school year.
Hampton Elementary Receives Highly Effective Schools Accreditation
March 3, 2020
Hampton School District has announced that Hampton Elementary School has earned Highly Effective Schools Accreditation from Solution Tree. Hampton Elementary School is one of six schools in the state recognized by the Arkansas Department of Education to achieve this status of Highly Effective Accreditation status this school year.
The Highly Effective Schools Accreditation is a significant achievement that reflects Hampton Elementary’s commitment to reaching and maintaining the highest levels of educational quality. Hampton Elementary earned this accreditation by maintaining and growing identified areas having the biggest impact on student learning and growth. These areas are directly aligned to the Professional Learning Communities at Work® (PLC) process and the High Reliability Schools™ (HRS) framework.
Professional Learning Communities Accredited Schools are schools and districts that recognize the key to improved learning for students is ongoing, job-embedded professional learning for educators. The 3 Big Ideas of PLC at Work process call upon educators to: (1) focus on learning, (2) build a collaborative culture, and (3) create a results orientation. The complementary HRS framework serves as a long-term strategic planning tool that guides school improvement in five key areas:
Responding to news of the accreditation, Principal Thomas Sawyer said, “I am excited and feel we are on the right track. We at Hampton Elementary are excited about the opportunity to provide ongoing instructional and curricular improvement to our students. We are committed to the PLC process as an ongoing process for improvement. The PLC process will become a part of our long range planning and professional development program in our building. As Hampton Elementary implements the PLC process, students will be the ones to benefit by receiving a high-quality education. I thank my staff members for buying into the process and for all their hard work and dedication. To achieve this accreditation, the Hampton Elementary School formed a leadership team. The leadership team met monthly and collaborated with Solution Tree to develop an improvement plan with areas of growth for students and teachers collectively.”
Cameron L. Rains, director of school improvement for Solution Tree and co-author of Professional Learning Communities at Work® and High Reliability Schools™: Cultures of Continuous Learning, explained, “In order to receive Highly Effective Schools Accreditation, schools must put a laser-like focus on the things that really matter and make a difference for students. We commend Hampton Elementary for achieving this designation and for going the extra mile for the learners they serve.”
To learn more about Highly Effective Schools Accreditation, please visit http://www.SolutionTree.com/HESA.