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Give BIG for HRS on May 6

Mark your calendar for May 6, 2014 and plan to participate in an exciting day of philanthropy hosted by the Seattle Foundation. Take the GiveBIG challenge and make a contribution to HRS and your gift will be stretched even further! What is GiveBIG? It’s a one-day, online, community giving event benefiting over 1,600 nonprofit organizations in our region.

How to Give BIG!

-  Make a fully-tax deductible gift to the Hamlin Robinson School on May 6 through the Seattle Foundation’s website.
-  A percentage of every dollar donated will be matched by the Seattle Foundation and GiveBIG sponsors—increasing your impact on our program!
-  Additionally, your donation will be automatically entered to win a Golden Ticket—every hour, donors will be chosen at random to have an additional $1,000 given to the charity that received their donation.

HRS 2014 Summer Program

Hamlin Robinson School offers various camps and classes as part of our yearly Summer Program, including Slingerland Summer School, math workshops, LEGO robotics, Tae Kwon Do, music, art, and more! The summer program at HRS has come to be known as the premier summer camp in Seattle and spaces always fill up.

Summer Camps

Summer School


Registration Deadline: Wed, June 4, 2014

Cogmed Working Memory Training

Mark your calendar! The HRS Learning Center is excited to host Cogmed Working Memory Training this spring.

Wednesday, May 7, 9:00 - 10:00 p.m.

Wednesday, May 14, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Details coming soon!

Multi-Sensory Math Workshop

On Saturday, October 18, 2014, educators and parents of students with learning differences are invited to join us for a full-day workshop on Multi-Sensory Math.

The workshop will be facilitated by Marilyn Zecher and will cover basic research and methodology, strategies for teaching, and demonstrations of the use of manipulatives.

HRS on Evening Magazine with Henry Winkler

We're so proud of our students, who were featured in a recent piece by Evening Magazine. In February at University Book Store, our kids met Henry Winkler and Lin Oliver, who author the Hank Zipzer and Here's Hank book series. These books follow the everyday adventures of a bright boy with learning challenges, including dyslexia. In conversation with the authors, our kids showed not only a love of reading, but an amazing ability to advocate for other kids with dyslexia.

Click here to see the video.