Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Welcome to our School District Website... Our mission is: "To provide every student the opportunity to acquire the knowledge, attitude, and skills necessary to be a successful high school student, a respectable citizen and a lifelong learner." Our school district offers a standard, comprehensive curriculum with specialized teachers instructing K-8 music, art and physical education. Hampton School District students "meet" or "exceed" above state and area averages on the ISAT tests at the 87% level. We have 237 students, 17 teachers and 15 support personnel.


 Non Hampton Resident Students. Beginning June 23, we will begin accepting applications for non-resident students to attend Hampton School. Please fill out an application, found below, and a signed policy statement, found below, and mail to 206 5th Street, Hampton, IL 61256.







16-Christmas Concert

19-2:00 Dismissal

22-31 No School Christmas Break


5-School Resumes

9-Second Quarter Ends

14-Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:00-7:00

15-11:30 Dismissal

15-Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:00-7:00

16-11:30 Dismissal


13-Progress period ends

16-No School-President's Day


2-No School Casimir Pulaski Day OR Emergency Day if needed.

20-Third Quarter ends

23-27-No School-Spring Break


3-No School-Good Friday

6-No School OR Emergency Day if needed

10-Kindergarten Round-Up 1:30 PM

24-School Carnival 5:30-8:00

30-Progress Period Ends


1-No School

8-11:30 Dismissal

22-Graduation day (tentative)


1-Field Day (tentative)

1-Last Day of School (tentative)



Homeless Liason--Tom Berg

Steven's Amendment In compliance with the Steven's Amendment, the federal government has given Title I, II, IV, and VI monies to Hampton School District #29 to support local programs. Anyone interested in acquiring more information as to how these monies are targeted or spent should contact Mr. Berg.