The Hawthorn Enrichment Institute summer program is open to all kindergarten through eighth-grade Hawthorn District 73 students. It will take place from July 9 – August 10, 2018. Registration begins February 1, 2018.
Summer 2016 HEI Registration and information is available here.
Registration is Open!
Hawthorn takes school closings very seriously. Should schools close due to inclement weather or other unforeseen reasons, the district uses an automated emergency notification system to send a recorded voice message to each student’s home telephone number, as provided during registration. Parents have the option of managing their emergency notifications by logging in to the PowerSchool Parent Portal to change telephone numbers, request text messaging, and request email messaging. For more information on how Hawthorn determines school closings, please click here.
Escuela de Lenguaje Dual Colecta de Alimentos
November 12th – December 3rd. Sharing Hands Food Pantry in Vernon Hills
12 noviembre- 3 diciembre Sharing Hands Despensa de Alimentos en Vernon Hills
Help local families and other people in our area
Illinois State Representative Daniel Didech visited fourth grade students at the School of Dual Language as part of a social studies unit. Students learned a lot about his job and about the branches of the U.S. government.
Our lost and found is overflowing with jackets, hats, gloves, water bottles and so much more. Stop in and take a look for anything you may be missing.
Be sure to take a look during conferences also. All items not claimed by winter break are donated to a local shelter.
Second graders at the School of Dual Language received a special treat on Monday. They visited the Chicago Botanic Garden in Glencoe. They participated in an engaging class where they studied seeds, which is part of the current science unit. They also had time to walk around and enjoy the gardens.
Just in time for Halloween, the Pumpkin Lady (Jody May from the Lake County Farm Bureau) taught students in three classes, including Ms. Lara’s first grade class, about pumpkins. She read a book about seeds, and explained the process of how a pumpkin grows. Students were surprised to learn that farmers in Illinois grow more pumpkins than in any other state. Then it was time for a fun activity. The students put together their own colorful collages illustrating the growth process. Everyone had a good time.