Hamilton International Middle School

Hamilton International
Middle School


Hamilton Middle School Library 

Meet your librarian


Ms. S. Morgan MacDonald, MLIS

Library Books

Place holds by log in to catalog with your school username and password. Search and open the title you’d like and click Hold.


Library .There are no fines for overdue library items. We only ask that you replace lost/damaged items if you are able. I will send periodic reminder emails of overdue library and resource items.

Other school property. Items belonging to any department or staff member may be returned through me. Ensure the item has the name of the staff member or department to which I should return it.

E-Books, Audiobooks, Graphic Novels, Movies, and Music

See the Seattle Public Library’s partnership with Seattle Public Schools known as Library Link.

Course Schedule: If you have questions about your course schedule, contact our registrar, Elizabeth Pelia elpelia@seattleschools.org.

Teen Emotional Support

If you need immediate assistance for mental health support, please contact Teen Link 1-866-TeenLink (833-6546)

Student Laptops and Tech Help

Bring Your Own Device

Personal Laptops and Tablets are allowed for remote learning, but please see our BYOD policy and form to submit.

Laptop Pick-up Exchange, Return, and Mobile Hotspot

If you do not have a reliable personal laptop/tablet you prefer to use, need to exchange/return a school laptop, or pick up a mobile hotpspot (a.k.a. mifi), email me at smmacdonald@seattleschools.org .

Mobile Hotspot

Hotspot how to connect on the district tech support for families FAQ

Login Credentials

If you are a student needing a reminder of your username or a password reset, please contact your Advisory/Homeroom teacher (see your class schedule in the Source or Schoology) and ask them to use the Password Reset Tool on their desktop.

Student Email

Learn how students can send email to others with a seattleschools.org email account: Send an Email Quick Reference Document

Student Access to School

Student Access to Digital Tools YouTube video.

Tech Help

  1. Restart (a.k.a. “reboot”) your device at least once a week and anytime you experience slowness or glitchiness. Here’s how:
    1. Click StartWindows button in lower left
    2. Click Power symbol.
    3. Then select Restart.
  2. If you still have tech issues, refer to Technology Supports for Families on the school district website.
  3. If you cannot access the form, email laptops@seattleschools.org.
  4. If you cannot email, call 206-252-0100.

Parent Access to the Source and Schoology

See Parent Access to Schoology how-to YouTube video (4+ min.) OR Schoology Access for Parents/Guardians quick reference document.


Most classes use online textbooks or no textbook. Exceptions that I’m aware of, so far:

  1. Geometry textbook required
  2. Math 6/7/8 workbooks distributed.
  3. Algebra textbook is available, but not required, and that the page numbers do not match the electronic version to which students already have access.
  4. World History and U.S. History textbooks are online, but optional print version is available by request.
  5. Drama class scripts.

If your teacher needs to distribute a print textbook or other materials, they will let me know.