In Mrs. Hughes’ second grade social studies class, students drew pictures related to their cultures and traditions. Next, the students went on a “gallery walk” to view everyone’s drawings. Students discussed what they had seen. Many noted the similarities and differences between the cultural backgrounds of everyone in the class.
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Hawthorn is excited to bring another year of summer programming designed to expand the education horizon for our students. We are offering many new types of project based learning courses and opportunities in the areas of core academics, the arts and athletics. The program, open to all kindergarten through eighth-grade Hawthorn District 73 students, will […]
The Dual Language/Townline Eagle Chorus was invited to sing the National Anthem at the Harlem Globetrotters game at the Allstate Arena during winter break. The students had the opportunity to meet the Globetrotters. A special thank you to parents for their support in transporting the chorus to the performance.
The Townline/Dual Language fifth grade orchestra is sounding great!
Kindergarten through second graders gave a delightful performance at the Townline Elementary/School of Dual Language Sing Along on Dec. 20. Thank you to Mrs. Schaefges and Mrs. Grubb for this wonderful event.
The fifth-grade Townline/Dual Language band is rocking with the Queen song “We Will Rock You.”
The Nutcracker, the Sugar Plum Fairies, the Mouse King and other beloved characters came to life in Thursday’s performance of the Nutcracker Musical performed by many talented Townline and School of Dual Language students.
Approximately 1,000 food items were collected by the School of Dual Language and Townline School for needy families within our community. Thank you Dual Language and Townline Project Change for leading this effort for our schools!
The Townline/School of Dual Language Eagle Chorus did a great job performing at the Chicago Wolves game on Veterans’ Day (Nov. 11).
Kindergarten and first grade students gave wonderful performances at the Thanksgiving celebration on Nov. 19. They sang a wide range of songs and danced. The teachers joined in when they all came together to sing “Turkey Trot Hokey Pokey.” The audience members enjoyed watching their children perform.
- PowerSchool Parent Portal March 20, 2019
- Author Talks About the Power of Reading March 12, 2019
- A Letter from Dr. Haack March 12, 2019
- Pasta for Pennies Fundraiser March 7, 2019
- For Dr. Seuss’ Birthday, Two Schools Read for 20 Minutes February 28, 2019