The 2017-2018 yearbook will be on sale December 5 through the 8th, which includes photos of students in their classroom and events throughout the year. The yearbook will be passed out the last week of school. The cost is $14. Cash and checks are accepted and checks can be payable to Hawthorn School District 73. […]
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Enjoy photos from the classroom parties and the 5th grade bash in the gym.
It was wonderful to skate with all our friends and families! Enjoy some pictures and two short videos from the event.
Respect Yourself – Be Drug Free! Our school community will be taking a stand against drugs. Red ribbon week will be held October 23-27. Here is the schedule: Monday, 10/23 Wake up drug free: P.J. Day! Tuesday, 10/24 Proud to be drug free: School Spirit Day! Wednesday, 10/25 Crazy about being drug free: […]
Aprendiendo/Jugando, which means “Learning While Playing,” is an after school program that reaches out into our school community. It offers students an opportunity to connect with older students, receive extra homework help time, participate in an arts and crafts block, and to be a part of a science club sponsored by the Museum of Science and Industry. A/J has been going strong […]
Brittany Ebarle, a fourth grade teacher at the School of Dual Language, rewrote the lyrics to the hit song Despacito into a song about empathy and respect. She sang the song with students at an October 5th assembly to kick off the Social Emotional Learning Second Step program at the School of Dual Language. The goal […]
Great news to share with you all on this beautiful Monday morning. The School of Dual was ranked in the top 10 of schools in our enrollment division in the annual Lake County “Attendance Week” completion. Way to go School of Dual Language! Dr. Tohme accepted the award for us all. Muy buenas noticias para […]
Dual Language and Townline schools collected much needed school supplies to send to the Houston School District who were hard hit by Hurricane Harvey. Well done students and families! All collected items were sorted and packed up and will be sent with our best wishes.
It was a wonderful turnout of over 100 students and their families, all enjoying an evening of fun and stories with Dr. Tohme. And a few videos of the fun: