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Hamlin Middle School We’re Proud As we say at Hamlin, “You just can’t hide that Hamlin
Hamlin
Middle School
We’re Proud
As we say at Hamlin, “You just can’t hide that
Hamlin Pride!” As a community of learners,
we pride ourselves on the comprehensive
programs that we offer to support student success. Our
collaborative model uses data to provide rich
conversations to develop ways to help students find
success academically, behaviorally and socially. Various
support programs outside of the core classroom target
individual student needs . Students have a variety of
opportunities to access technology tools throughout the
day. Our learning community is rich with diversity and
culture , and we embrace that while focusing on the future.
We provide multiple opportunities for parents and
community partners to experien ce the school and help
support our students.
Hamlin Middle School
326 Centennial Blvd.
Phone: 541-744-6356
Fax: 541-744-6360
Online: hms.sps.lane.edu
Grades: 6–8
Enrollment: 620 students
Principal: David D. Collins
david.collins@springfield.k12.or.us
Asst. Principal: Kevin Wright
kevin.wright@springfield.k12.or.us
School Secretary: Toni Blankenship
Core Education
toni.blankenship@springfield.k12.or.us
At Hamlin, language arts,
mathematics, social studies and
science classes are at the heart
of our curriculum. We offer a
FLEX class to provide targeted
support in literacy and math
instruction and special educa tion and English Language
Development classes as needed.
School Hours: 8:20 – 3:05
Teamwork
Hamlin’s collaborative schedule allows all core teachers
an opportunity to meet daily to collaborate on
instructional strategies, assessments, student support,
Positive Behavior Programs (PRIDE), student
engagement, etc. Support s taff meet monthly with core
teams to discuss individual performance, instruction
and student needs. Administrative s upport, literacy
coaches, a math support teacher and c ounselors all
participate in the varied collaborative meetings that
occur throughout the month.

525 Mill Street, Springfield, OR 97477 www.sps.lane.edu • 541-747 -3331

Every Student a Graduate Prepared for a Bright and Successful Future
Every Student a Graduate
Prepared for a Bright and Successful Future
Core education— reading and math instruction— is a high priority. Opportunities • Academic support programs include
Core education— reading and
math instruction— is a high priority.
Opportunities
• Academic support programs include Learning Lunch,
Extended Day After-school Program, Check-In/Check-Out
and an Academic Boot Camp on a no-school day.
• A comprehensiv e related arts program includes industrial
tec hnology, Spanish, band, orchestra, choir, Mariachi
band, art, s tudent s kills and physical e ducation.
• G rade -level educational experiences at the end of the year
to such places as OMSI, Oregon Coast Aquarium, Wildlife
Safari, lava fields, varied w aterfalls , etc.
• Scienc e Fridays on non-school Fridays give students access
to UO professors on campus.
• Two building-wide computer labs and multiple classroom
carts are available for use within the core classes.
• A comprehensive music program offers various
performance opportunities throughout the year.
• Guest artist s are invited to collaborate with students on a
variety of projects, including our beautiful mural.
Community Partners
• Willamalane Park and Recreation District partners to
provide middle school sports and our afterschool Zone
program
• Hamlin Parent Boosters s upport our school-wide mission,
through student activities, fundraising, community events
and volunteering in classrooms.
• Kelly Brye Insurance helps underwrite our literacy
promotion campaign.
• PacificSource’s Literacy Mentor Reading Program provides
reading volunteers for our students.
• Springfield Educational Foundation provides grants for
classroom teachers.
• Springfield Faith Center donates funds and volunteers for
student and facility support.
• A local business consortium donates a variety of items,
including food, supplies and two annual scholarships
through an essay contest .
• A credit union consortium provides $250 scholarships to
students.
• The UO Duck Athletic Fund provides positive student
support, tickets and free Skybox access to Duck s football
games.
Arts matter at Hamlin . Our students all have
access to music instruction and arts
opportunities.
March 2012
Every Student a Graduate
Prepared for a Bright and Successful Future