Spanish and English speaking students are learning from each other at the School of Dual Language and Townline. Mrs. Bolender’s second-grade class at Townline visited Ms. Naughton’s second-grade class at the School of Dual Language to learn some basic Spanish sounds. The Townline students wanted to learn how to say the Pledge of Allegiance in Spanish. […]
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The School of Dual Language is hosting a Cultural Night, featuring Andres Salguero, on Friday, March 8. A Grammy award winner, Mr. Salguero is one of the most exciting new voices on the family music scene in the United States and Latin America. The event will take place on March 8 from 6:30 to 7:30 […]
Students, teachers, staff and volunteers had a great time at the School of Dual Language Valentine’s Day parties on Thursday afternoon. There were plenty of fun games and activities in every classroom. Everyone joined in the fun.
The School of Dual Language’s February SOAR assembly focused on Kindness Week. Ms. Guerrero’s fifth grade class was the winner of the “SOARing Eagle” trophy for the month of February. View the presentation.
Here are brochures in English and Spanish that provide information on the School of Dual Language.
The School of Dual Language held a spelling bee on Jan. 16 for students in third through fifth grade. Students with the highest classroom spelling test scores participated. They all did a great job spelling tough words. After many rounds, Andrea P. won by spelling the word hibiscus. Congratulations to Andrea and to Sean G., […]
Students, parents and teachers across Illinois have an opportunity to participate in the seventh annual statewide Illinois 5Essentials Survey between now and Feb. 15. The survey is designed to generate a detailed picture of the inner workings of your student’s school and gathers data related to five indicators that can predict important student outcomes. Additionally, Hawthorn […]
Mrs. Del Rosario, an art teacher at the School of Dual Language, taught her second grade students about the American artist Wayne Thiebaud. Associated with the pop art movement, he is widely known for his colorful works depicting commonplace objects such as pies and pastries. Afterwords, she had her students draw desserts, such as cupcakes, in a […]
The School of Dual Language held a SOAR Assembly on January 7. Congratulations to Mrs. Watts’ third grade class for winning the SOARing Eagle trophy for the month of January!