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).
Townline Elementary & School of Dual Language 2018-19 yearbook order period is now open. Watch for your order form and payment envelope, which is coming home with students today, Dec.3rd.
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.
Congrats to our October SOAR students. These students were nominated by staff throughout the building for showing safe, on-task, respectful and responsible behaviors. We are very proud of you!
The Townline and Dual Language Choir performed a patriotic melody at the Wolves game on Sunday in honor of Veteran’s Day. Thank you to all who were able to attend and represent Hawthorn School District 73.
…then you’ll be a helping hand! Project Change encourages parents to bring donations during conferences.
Help local families and other people in our area by helping fill the pantry shelves. TL is holding a food drive to benefit Sharing Hands Food Pantry in Vernon Hills from November 12 – 30th. You can find the list of items we are looking for here:
Second-grade students at Townline and the School of Dual Language got a special treat on Nov. 5. Writer Elliot Kalan and illustrator Tim Miller gave a presentation on writing and illustrating books. Mr. Kalan spoke about what stories inspired him as a child, and how those stories inspired him to write his own stories. Mr. Miller also spoke about his love for comic books as a child, and how that love inspired him to draw. The two of them collaborated on the book, “Horse Meets Dog,” which they read to the group. They also worked with the second-graders to create a short story, which was illustrated by Mr. Miller.
- Valentine’s Day Parties February 15, 2019
- Students Shine at Concert February 14, 2019
- A Letter from Dr. Haack February 8, 2019
- Tonight’s TL Kindergarten Parent Information Night is Rescheduled February 5, 2019
- Townline Receives Grant February 4, 2019