Please note that the Raise a Reader event scheduled for October 12 at 6 p.m. at Hawthorn Elementary North has been canceled.
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For parents of kindergarten and sixth-grade students as well as students who are new to Hawthorn: If you haven’t turned in your child’s physical and/or immunizations records, your child will be excluded from school beginning Monday, October 16. Continue Reading School Exclusion Deadline is October 16
While students took a day off on Teacher Institute Day (Oct. 6), teachers took time out of their regular routines to focus on learning. Continue Reading Teachers Are Learners on Teacher Institute Day
Anirudh Adiraju (an eighth-grade student at Middle School South), Jingjing Wang (an eighth-grade student at Middle School South), Charles Collier (a sixth-grade student at Middle School South), Phyllis Wang (a graduate of Middle School South) and Samuel Shlau (a sixth-grade student at Middle School North) were honored by Northwestern University’s Center for Talent Development (CTD)… Continue Reading Hawthorn Students Earn Prestigious Academic Honor at Northwestern University
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 5 assembly to kick off the Social Emotional Learning Second Step program at the School of Dual Language. The goal… Continue Reading School of Dual Language Kicks Off Second Step Program
Aliens and airplanes played major roles in a STEAM project implemented in Ms. Howell’s sixth grade IMS class at Middle School South. Students worked together in teams to build paper airplanes that could fly 20 feet while carrying two (paper) aliens. They needed to stay within a specific budget (10 credits) to purchase materials to… Continue Reading STEAM Project Involves Aliens and Airplanes
The D73 Board of Education will meet at 7 p.m. on Monday, October 9. Please click here for the agenda.
Fifth-grade students at Aspen Elementary have started producing a daily news broadcast under the direction of PE teacher Brian Dahm. The broadcast is viewed by all home room classes. Parents can also view the broadcast.
Aspen fifth-grade students complete a STEM activity in their science class. The challenge was to design a new home for the “Three Little Pigs” using index cards and tape. The houses had to withstand wind.
- Regular Session Scheduled for May 20May 17, 2019 - 10:01 am
- Rerouting Pedestrian Traffic on Aspen DriveMay 15, 2019 - 12:06 pm
- Key to 73 Foundation Awards New GrantsMay 15, 2019 - 9:34 am
- Early Release Day Offers Time for CollaborationMay 10, 2019 - 10:56 am
- Groundbreaking Event Marks Start of Construction of Kindergarten BuildingMay 6, 2019 - 2:01 pm