Hampden Meadows Elementary School
Empowering All Students to Excel
Meet and Greet the Teacher
August 27, 2018
Exciting Things Happening at HMS!
August 16, 2018
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Hampden Meadows Maker Space
Students and teachers are engaged in Design Thinking at Hampden Meadows. The new makerspace, made possible by the Parent Teacher Organization, District, and Barrington Education Foundation has been an exciting addition to the school. In this lively space, students create, critically think, collaborate. problem solve, and engage in real-world learning. The objectives of the space have been supported by the Highlander Institute's Fuse Program's peer coaching model
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Hampden Meadows School conducts quarterly Family Book Club meetings. It is a a great opportunity for adults and children to participate in authentic discussions about literature and can open a wonderful dialogues that continue far beyond the school day. A book is selected and the child and adult share the reading experience at home. At our meetings, Both the adult and child participate equally. There are related activities and a robust discussion.
Community Safety Forum
The Public Forum on Safety in Our Community held on March 28th at Barrington High School was well-received by community members in attendance. Panel members included Superintendent Michael B. Messore, Town Manager James Cunha, Barrington Police Chief John LaCross, Sergeant Kevin Igoe, School Resource Officer Josh Melo, School Psychologist Lee Markowski, Barrington Middle School Principal Dr. Andrew Anderson, Sowams School Principal James Callahan, and Barrington High School Principal Joseph Hurley. Members of the School Committee, Town Council, Committee on Appropriations, Barrington Police Department, and School and District Administrators were also present. To learn more about Officer Melo and his role in our schools click here.
The Forum was live streamed and can be viewed by clicking: http://bit.ly/2E3pvIH
At the forum, Chief Lacrosse welcomes students, parents and community members to use the anonymous tip line tip line