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Hour of Code

Hour of Code

D.J. Hartman, a Hawthorn parent, brought a BEAM Robot to class, and provided fourth-grade students at Townline Elementary with the basics on coding.

The Hour of Code started as a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify “code”, to show that anybody can learn the basics, and to broaden participation in the field of computer science. It has since become a worldwide effort to celebrate computer science, starting with one-hour coding activities but expanding to all sorts of community efforts.

 

 

Songfest

Children Sing and Dance at Thanksgiving Songfest

Kindergarten and first-grade students had great fun performing for their parents and families at Townline Elementary’s Thanksgiving Songfest on November 20.

Shop the Book Fair During Conferences

The PTO Book Fair will be open on Monday, 11/20 from 3-8:00 pm, and on Tuesday, 11/21 from 8-11:00 am. in the main floor hallway.

Start your holiday shopping while you are visiting with your child’s teachers.

Feed the Hungry – Bring a Can to Conferences

Don’t forget – when you come for conferences:

“Meet a teacher, bring a can, then you’ll be a helping hand”

Yearbook Sales Coming in Early December

The 2017-2018 yearbook will be on sale December 5 through the 8th, which includes photos of students in their classroom and events throughout the year. The yearbook will be passed out the last week of school.  The cost is $14.  Cash and checks are accepted and checks can be payable to Hawthorn School District 73.  Students can bring their order form and money to their homeroom teacher.  Please look for an order form sent home with your child.

Hurricane Harvey Collection

School Supplies for Hurricane Harvey

Townline and Dual Language schools collected much needed school supplies to send to the Houston School District who were hard hit by Hurricane Harvey.  Well done students and families!  All collected items were sorted and packed up and will be sent with our best wishes.