The Hawk Talk
'Together, We Can Make a Difference.' November 26, 2019
Today, 11.26.19, marks the 73rd day of school. In this season of thanks, there are far more than 73 reasons to be thankful. Here are three that need to be highlighted:
Hawthorne students are trying hard to make better choices which has led to the lowest number of referrals and suspensions in over eight years. This increases learning time and is an improvement from last year’s great growth!
Hawthorne staff continues to be focused on the growth of ALL LEARNERS. Each grade level continues to stay focused on students’ development in reading and math. Students are working hard to increase their achievement. Staff is also working to improve each other’s instruction.
Hawthorne families have done a great job supporting student learning and the growth of our school.
This is why HawkNation is forever THANKFUL for all those that support our school as we strive to show #HAWKPRIDE each and every day! Please remember that “Together We Can Make a Difference!” Enjoy your weekend! Mr. Butler #TAKEACTION
Dates to Remember
Nov. 27-29 Thanksgiving Holiday No School for Students
Dec. 6 Kindergarten Christmas Program 11:30 am
Dec. 6 Kona Ice
Dec. 7 Hawthorne Holiday Bazaar - 10 am to 3 pm - Choir Performing
Dec. 10 Kdg. Field Trip to the Children's Museum
Dec. 23 - Jan. 3 Winter Break
Jan. 6 School Reconvenes
Jan. 14 Skating Party @ Roller Cave 6-8 pm
Jan. 17 Kdg. Field Trip to Clowes Hall
Jan. 20 MLK Day - No School
Jan. 30 Social Health Films for 4th Grade
Jan. 31 Kona Ice
Mar.23-Apr. 3 Spring Break - NO SCHOOL
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NEWS FROM THE NURSE
If your student has borrowed clothing from the clinic please return it to school as soon as possible.The clinic is running short in some sizes. If you have any gently used uniform-style clothing your child has outgrown, please consider donating it to our school. Thank you in advance.
MSD of Warren Twp. High Ability Program
Warren's High Ability Program is designed to meet the unique academic needs of gifted and talented students. The curriculum in these classes is differentiated and faster paced and students will be working above grade level if they qualify. As a district, we look at all students in grades 1, 4, 6 and 8 to see if they qualify for the following school year based on eligibility criteria. Parent recommendations are considered along with achievement scores when determining placement in high ability. More detailed identification information can be found here. If you would like to complete a recommendation for the broad based planning committee to consider you can do so here 2020-2021 High Ability Parent Recommendation Form The parent recommendation form will be open until January 31, 2020.
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