OCSN Coordinators bring together families, educators, and community partners and provide access to top-quality academics, enrichment, and health and social services under one roof so all students can succeed in school and life. 

Community schools utilize the assets of the entire community—including the gifts of people who live and work there, parents, families, residents and community partners to create the optimal learning conditions for each student.

We believe that schools are most effective working in collaboration. 

Through these partnerships, community schools become the center of the neighborhood and a safe space to seek help and support educationally and otherwise.

Community schools are in the community, with the community, and for the community

Jenna Walbeck 
OCSN Team Lead - Hamilton Community Schools
Community School Coordinator - Hamilton Elementary 

Sarah Manner 
Community School Coordinator - Hamilton Middle School 

Tyler Mouw
Community School Coordinator - Hamilton High School 

Community School Coordinators remove barriers for K-12 students and connect students and families to resources, such as:



If you find yourself in need of specific supports, please reach out to your OCSN Coordinator or explore this OCSN Hamilton Community Schools Resource Guide. 




OCSN Coordinators host a Mobile Food Pantry distribution once a month in Hamilton. Distributions will take place a the Hamilton Community Schools "Old Bus Garage" at 3644 48th Street from 5-6pm. 

Upcoming dates for 2022 are as follows: 

Monday September 26th 
Monday October 24th 
Monday November 21st 
Monday December 19th 


If you are in need of food support and cannot attend the food distribution, feel free to access Feeding America's website for other local Mobile Food Pantry distributions at: 




October 1, 2022 
 Free Oil Change for Families In Need
Cultivate Church 

Sign up here: 



Free Oil Change



OCSN Hamilton Community Schools Resource Guide 

2-1-1 Basic Needs -
 Michigan 2-1-1 is an easy way to connect with help of all kinds, right in our community. Need help with food, housing, or paying bills? Need support in a family crisis or community disaster? 2-1-1 is here for you.

MI Bridges - MI Bridges can help you to access more than 30,000 state and local services and programs.

988 - Suicide & Crisis Lifeline