Sonya McKeithan

Lynn Kirkland

James Bailey
Security Supervisor

Warren James
Lead Security Officer

Shaun McIver
Attendance Coordinator

Mia Moore
School-Court Liaison


2014-2015 School Resource Officers

Student Services

kidsThe Department of Student Services works to ensure that Hampton City Schools is able to provide the best education possible in schools that are free of disruption, conflicts or violence. While working in partnership with law  enforcement, fire officials, courts, social services, partners and the greater community, the  department develops ways to keep school safe where  teachers can focus on teaching and students can focus on learning. 

lightVisit School Emergency Plan for valuable information such as School Safety-Parent Resources and Links and School Emergency Parent Guides.

Student Discipline Policies

• A Parents Guide to Understanding Student Discipline
• Also available in Español

• School Board Policies JGJGCJGD, and JGE 

ypepYouth, Parent Empowerment Program

The Youth, Parent Empowerment Program, known simply as YPEP, is a multi-agency collaboration created to address emotional and behavioral problems of students which negatively impact success in academics and personal growth.  It is a partnership comprised of Hampton City Schools, Hampton Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, Hampton Comprehensive Services Act (CSA), and the Hampton-Newport News Community Services Board (H-NNCSB).

CSB counselors are located in the schools to work therapeutically with students and families on a daily basis, but services are also delivered outside of the educational environment.  The multi-tier intervention delivers positive outcomes in student attendance, achievement, behavior, and attachment to school.  In addition, a summer program continues the work with students facilitating services during the summer recess. All efforts promote prevention, recovery, and self-determination for students with or at risk of emotional disturbances or affected by other disabilities.

Empowerment Through Healing OurSelves
Ethos is a mental health organization serving children, adolescents, and adults.


Only HCS Administrators and Employees can access these documents.
A password is required to open them. 
Please email Lynn Kirkland for the password, 727-2135



Classroom Emergency Procedures Guide (employees)




Emergency Response Plan