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    oak hill building 4300 Morganford Rd.
    St. Louis, MO 63116
    Office 314-481-0420
    Fax 314-481-0420 or 314-244-1852
    Principal: Dr. Tina Hamilton
    Hours 9:10am - 4:07pm
    Grades: PK-5

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Principal's Corner

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    Greetings Oak Hill Families,

    Welcome to the 2016-2017 school year. It is an honor and privilege to serve as principal of Oak Hill Elementary. I am excited to lead the Oak Hill Team, a dynamic group of teachers and staff who are deeply committed to providing our students with the best academic experience. The motto for Oak Hill Elementary is “#we win,” meaning we will focus all of our efforts together to provide a learning environment in which our students will “WIN” with academic success and positive character. By having a “#wewin” attitude, it is our belief that every day students walk into Oak Hill Elementary, they pledge to work together as a team with their teachers, peers, and parents to meet the high expectations of academic achievement and positive behavior.

    The Oak Hill Team is eager to begin what promises to be the best year ever.  We look forward to being your partner in education to ensure our students’ success as they embark upon an academically challenging and rewarding school year. Please feel free to contact me at (314) 481-0420 or at Remember, together as a team, “#wewin”!


    Yours in education,

    Tina Hamilton

    Dr. Tina Hamilton




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    April 20, 2017

    Dear Families,

    Saint Louis Public Schools was recently notified that one of our vendor companies, Schoolzilla PBC, experienced an information security incident earlier this month that affected many of their customers, including our district. Schoolzilla immediately fixed the issue and informed us. We have no reason to believe that the incident will impact students or their information, and you do not need to take any action.

    The information included basic student information but did NOT include social security numbers (SSNs). In keeping with FERPA guidelines, the District does not maintain student SSNs.

    We want to assure you that we are taking this incident very seriously and have put measures in place to limit the type of data shared with such vendors in the future.

    If you have further questions, contact Colette Owens, Director of Academic Strategy and Special Projects at SLPS: or 314-345-4570, visit or reach out directly to the Schoolzilla team at


    Dr. Kelvin R. Adams

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  • Today, Candidate for Mayor and President of the Board of Aldermen Lewis Reed celebrated #ReadAcrossAmerica Day and Dr. Seuss’s birthday with students at Oak Hill Elementary.

    “I love being able to interact with the students in our City. They have so much potential, and I want to do everything I can to make sure they have the best educational experience possible,” said Reed.

    President Reed along with members of the St. Louis Fire Department and teachers spent their morning reading to the students.

    Enhancing our educational system is one of Lewis Reed’s top priorities.

    Lewis Reed is the only candidate who has had a direct role in the reaccreditation of our schools.

    Reed appointed Richard Gaines to the Special Administrative Board of the St. Louis Public Schools. Through his leadership, the St. Louis Public Schools have regained full accreditation.

    “It’s important that our schools retain full accreditation.  I have been working for years to improve our schools.  As Mayor, I will continue to ensure expectations are met,” said Reed.   

    “In addition to the classroom, we must expand ‘wrap around services’ for our students.  I will work with nonprofits, healthcare providers, social services and education experts to make sure our kid’s needs are met on an individual basis.  It’s difficult to learn with an earache, or on an empty stomach,” said Reed.

    Lewis Reed has been endorsed by St. Louis Teachers Local 420 and the St. Louis Fire Firefighters Local 73 for Mayor.

    “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”         -Dr. SeussDr. Seuss Read Across America

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  • Mrs Butler Mrs. Butler was recognized on Nov. 19, 2014 at the Palladium for winning the Kindergarten Teacher of the Year. She is recognized for her wonderful teaching and always looking for new ways to reach all the students in her room. Please congratulate Mrs. Butler on her tremendous accomplishment.






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    We the students of Oak Hill agree to join together to stamp out bullying at our school.  We believe that everybody should enjoy our school and feel safe.

    • I will treat others respectfully.

    • I will not push, shove, hit, laugh at, or make fun of anyone.

    • I will report incidents of bullying behavior.

    I promise that I will not be a bully to other students and I will stop any bullying that I see at my school.


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    Pre-K Message: Watch a brief message about the SLPS Early Education program







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