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We have reached a critical point in our ability to deliver in-person instruction. I am very proud of our staff and students and proud of what we have been able to achieve, since beginning in-person instruction this fall. Unfortunately, we will be moving to full remote instruction on Monday, November 16. The last day of in-person instruction will be tomorrow, November 12. Students will receive instruction tomorrow regarding the transition to remote learning. Staff will use the day on November 13 to plan for the transition to full remote instruction. We will begin lunch delivery on Wednesday, November 18 for students and families who are interested. Please plan for remote instruction until after the Christmas Holiday. If we are able to return sooner than that, we will do so. Thank you for your continued understanding and support, and please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
We have reached a critical point in our ability to deliver in-person instruction. I am very proud of our staff and students and proud of what we have been able to achieve, since beginning in-person instruction this fall. Unfortunately, we will be moving to full remote instruction on Monday, November 16. The last day of in-person instruction will be tomorrow, November 12. Students will receive instruction tomorrow regarding the transition to remote learning. Staff will use the day on November 13 to plan for the transition to full remote instruction. We will begin lunch delivery on Wednesday, November 18 for students and families who are interested. Please plan for remote instruction until after the Christmas Holiday. If we are able to return sooner than that, we will do so. Thank you for your continued understanding and support, and please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
COVID cases have risen dramatically in Hancock County over the past few weeks. We are doing everything that we can to keep the school staffed and to keep our students safe. We are very appreciative of the support that we have received from our students and families and know that you are also doing the best that you can to be safe. If COVID cases continue their trend, it may become necessary for us to move to fully remote learning for a period of time. We will do our best to give as much notice as we can, but it may be a sudden change as the situation is fluid. Having a back-up plan, in case of any cancellation or interruption in the school day is recommended.
COVID cases have risen dramatically in Hancock County over the past few weeks. We are doing everything that we can to keep the school staffed and to keep our students safe. We are very appreciative of the support that we have received from our students and families and know that you are also doing the best that you can to be safe. If COVID cases continue their trend, it may become necessary for us to move to fully remote learning for a period of time. We will do our best to give as much notice as we can, but it may be a sudden change as the situation is fluid. Having a back-up plan, in case of any cancellation or interruption in the school day is recommended.
The Hancock County Health Department has received notification that two individuals within Hamilton Junior/Senior High School have received a lab-confirmed positive COVID-19 test result. The Hancock County Health Department has worked closely with the school district to ensure that all guidelines have been followed. Hamilton CCSD #328 has and will continue to follow the recommended CDC guidelines to clean and disinfect the school. The Hancock County Health Department and Hamilton CCSD #328 are sharing this information to provide education, ease uncertainty and suppress rumors. Rest assured that the school district is working very closely with the Hancock County Health Department to reduce the risk of additional transmission. The health department has conducted contact tracing and identified those who were in close contact with the individual. These individuals have been provided quarantine guidance. All other students, teachers and staff that were not identified as close contacts are designated as low-risk exposures and are asked to monitor for symptoms. If symptoms begin, it is recommended that individuals contact their healthcare provider to determine if a COVID-19 test is necessary. Symptoms reported among patients with COVID-19 include mild to severe respiratory illness with fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of sense of taste and or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting and diarrhea. The Hancock County Health Department strongly urges people to take COVID-19 seriously. It is everyone’s responsibility to help reduce the spread of illness. People should cover their cough or sneeze, wash hands with soap and warm water and stay home if they are ill. In addition, face coverings should be worn in public when a distance of at least 6 feet from other persons cannot be maintained. If additional positive cases are confirmed within the school district, parents and guardians will be contacted. If you have any additional questions, please contact the Hancock County Health Department at 217-357-2171 or Hamilton CCSD #328 at 866-332-3880.
The Hancock County Health Department has received notification that two individuals within Hamilton Junior/Senior High School have received a lab-confirmed positive COVID-19 test result. The Hancock County Health Department has worked closely with the school district to ensure that all guidelines have been followed. Hamilton CCSD #328 has and will continue to follow the recommended CDC guidelines to clean and disinfect the school. The Hancock County Health Department and Hamilton CCSD #328 are sharing this information to provide education, ease uncertainty and suppress rumors. Rest assured that the school district is working very closely with the Hancock County Health Department to reduce the risk of additional transmission. The health department has conducted contact tracing and identified those who were in close contact with the individual. These individuals have been provided quarantine guidance. All other students, teachers and staff that were not identified as close contacts are designated as low-risk exposures and are asked to monitor for symptoms. If symptoms begin, it is recommended that individuals contact their healthcare provider to determine if a COVID-19 test is necessary. Symptoms reported among patients with COVID-19 include mild to severe respiratory illness with fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of sense of taste and or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting and diarrhea. The Hancock County Health Department strongly urges people to take COVID-19 seriously. It is everyone’s responsibility to help reduce the spread of illness. People should cover their cough or sneeze, wash hands with soap and warm water and stay home if they are ill. In addition, face coverings should be worn in public when a distance of at least 6 feet from other persons cannot be maintained. If additional positive cases are confirmed within the school district, parents and guardians will be contacted. If you have any additional questions, please contact the Hancock County Health Department at 217-357-2171 or Hamilton CCSD #328 at 866-332-3880.

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info@hhs328.com

Tel: 866-332-3880
HS Fax: 217-847-3474
Elem Fax: 217-847-2337
Dist Off Fax: 217-847-3915

Office Hours

M-F: 8am – 3:30pm
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

270 N. 10th St. 
Hamilton, Illinois
62341