Title I Academic Support Progress Reports

Progress Reports for students who receive Title I Reading and Math support will be coming home on Wednesday, April 14, along with the classroom report cards. There will be one more report sent home at the end of the year.

As always, feel free to contact an Academic Support Teacher for any questions you may have. Information on who to contact is listed on the bottom or the back of the progress report.

Virtual Title I Nights

Join us for our virtual title one nights!

February 11, 2021

Students and Parents/Guardians are invited!

Please Note: An adult must attend the session with the student(s). 

Sessions will focus on at-home learning activities & strategies, plus online learning platforms. 




March 16th – Grades K-2    HOW TO USE SEESAW

March 24th – Grades 3-6    HOW TO USE GOOGLE CLASSROOM

Pre-registration for these events is required.

Click on the link below for K-2 or 3-6 or put the address in your browser.  

Kindly register before 2/26.

K-2 link  https://forms.gle/13XJCA91q7wFA22bA

3-6 link  https://forms.gle/q9N5N5ysQ5NjJryU6

  If you are unable to register online, please call the Hambright office at (717) 872-9503.

To view the invitation, click link below.

Virtual Snow Day 2/18/21

Today is a virtual snow day, which means your child will be completing his/her work from home. Assignments will be posted on your child’s Seesaw account (K-2) or Google Classroom accounts (3 – 6). Academic support will be available for students who would like some help. Office hours for those supports will be posted on your child’s Seesaw account, Google classroom (AST/Reading support) or through emails. Check all resources for information.

Enjoy the snow!

Virtual Snow Day Thursday, Feb. 11

Today is a virtual snow day, which means teachers and students will be working and learning from home. If your child receives Reading or Math support, please check the following learning modems for your lesson for today:

Students in:

Kindergarten – Second Grade: Check your Seesaw account for assignments and Office Hours.

3rd – 5th Grade: Check your Google Classroom accounts. Your assignments will be in the Google Classroom created by Mrs. Rowley, even if she is not your Reading Support Teacher. In those Google classroom posts, Mrs. Rowley will also post office hours that she can be available for any questions or help with the assignments she posted.

Mrs. Wall will have the following office hours today: 4th Grade 9 – 10 am, 6th Grade 1 – 2 pm Check your emails for the Google Meet link to reach her.

Math Support with Mrs. Finger: Check her Google Classroom “Math With Mrs. Finger for information and times that you can receive Math support today.

2 Hour Delay – Friday, December 18

Due to the 2 hour delay, school will begin at 11:00 am. If your child receives Reading support, your he/she will be meeting with his/her Reading Teacher at a different time. Students in grades 3 – 5 should check their emails or Mrs. Rowley’s Reading Google Classrooms for the time and additional information to connect for Reading groups.

Virtual learning this week: Reading and Math support

By now you have probably been informed that Hambright Elementary has switched to remote learning this week, beginning Monday, December 14. The information was posted on the Hambright Elementary Blog earlier today. https://hambright.pennmanor.net/2020/12/13/shifting-to-remote-learning-please-read/

Students who receive academic support will continue to receive support, however some groups will not be meeting until Tuesday, December 15. Please remember to check your emails and your child’s Seesaw or Google Classroom for information about when he/she will be meeting for their Reading or Math support lesson.

We are so glad to be back!!

We can’t begin to tell you how happy we are to be back at school – face to face! We look forward to working with students again, but first we need to do our beginning of the year reading assessments. Starting next week, we will begin checking the reading skills of all Hambright students that are attending in-school so we can see how they are improving as the year progresses. We will also be checking to see which students need a little extra support to improve their reading skills. This process takes a little while, so please bear with us.