(Hamilton)---Hamilton School Superintendent Janet Baker is touting accomplishments from this past school year and is looking ahead toward the future. Baker shared her end of the school year report entitled Hamilton Proud during Tuesday night's school board meeting. Among the accomplishments mentioned by Baker was progress on the five year Facilities Maintainence Plan, the hiring of 38 teachers mid-year to work with over 2,000 elementary students, and deploying over 3,000 new devices as part of the district's technology initiative. Baker says the district also made strides in communication with the public and parents, using social media like Twitter and Facebook, as well as the district's web site. Baker says 2014-15 will be just as exciting with new innovations in discipline, and the implementation of changes in state testing, accountability, and the state report card system. Baker also announced a new partnership between the district, the Hamilton Community Foundation, and the YMCA for a pre-school program at the Booker T. Washington Center.