Congratulations to the Hawthorn Middle North Science Olympiad team that received 7th place out of 50 teams competing at the Illinois State Science Olympiad competition on Saturday, April 13th. This was an amazing achievement in a tough competition field. They had individual medals in seven events including two NUMBER ONE finishes in the events Battery Buggy (Luke/Rishi) and Pentathlon (Apsara/Iris/Dylan/Holly). Other individual medal achievements: Anatomy 4th place (Anika/Christian), Herpetology (Ananya/Jessica), Water Quality (Iris/Christian), Indoor Bottle Rocket 5th place (Nitya/Adarsh) and Geocaching 4th place (Holly/Shivam). Also, amazing top 11 performances were received by 13 students including an almost medal of 6th place in Solar System (Aleksey/Ben) and the following other results: 9th place Boomilever (Jessica/Anton), 11th place Circuit Lab (Aleksey/Brian), 11th place Crimebusters (Snigdha/Christian), 9th place Dynamic Planet (Sonia/Luke), 10th place Fossils (Anton/Hailey), 8th place Game on (Luke/Sonia), 10th place Heredity (Anika/Snigdha), 11th place Potions (Snigdha/Aleksey), 11th place Road Scholar (Rishi/Ben), 9th Place Write It Do It (Dylan/Hailey) and 10th Chemistry Clues (Lily/Aishi). The district is so proud of these student achievements.
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Middle School North’s orchestra and symphony orchestra gave a smooth performance on the evening of March 19. Their many hours of practicing paid off. Great job Ms. Greenwell and students.
Middle School North held its Battle of the Books last week. This is a reading incentive program in which students read specific books and then must answer questions correctly during a competition to gain points. Three teams (sixth, seventh and eighth grades) competed for first place. The sixth grade team won first place! They will compete against Middle School South in April.
Congratulations to Middle School North students Ryan D. and Wesley E. who participated in the SMSC spelling bee at Wauconda Middle School. They did their best against more than 40 great spellers.
Bravo to our Science Olympiad team! These scientists won the regional and qualified for state. Thanks to coaches Frayman and Hartnett and to the 20-plus volunteers. The team will be heading to the University of Illinois in April!
Last Saturday, Hawthorn Middle School North hosted IESA Regional Wrestling where Middle North took 2nd place overall! We had 4-1st place finishers, 4-2nd place finishers, 5 – 3rd place finishers, and 1-4th place finisher. The team displayed excellent sportsmanship and wrestled well! The following athletes will be wrestling this weekend at the IESA Sectional Meet and hopefully advancing to state: Luke B., Miguel D., Matt D., Jackson G., Abisai H., Fidel J., Alex L., Jack M., Derek O., Collin S., Jordan S., Giacomo U. and Paulius V. Congratulations and good luck to our wrestlers!
The bands at Middle School North came together for a concert on Feb. 19. Bravissimo to the students and Maestro Cantagallo.
On Tuesday, January 22nd, the students in Mr. McKenzie and Ms. Balmes’ eighth grade social studies classes were once again thrown back into time. During the 1930s, soup kitchens were an extreme necessity for the downtrodden of the Great Depression. The students had an “enjoyable” time reliving the history, commiserating in their Great Depression experiences, and yes, even were able to enjoy a bit of soup and bread.
Eight students participated in Middle School North’s annual Spelling Bee on January 10. These students received top scores on spelling tests given in all sixth, seventh and eighth grade classes. Congratulations to the winner, Ryan D.R., and the runner up, Demetri P. All the participants did a great job.
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 take place at Townline Elementary, 810 N. Aspen Drive in Vernon Hills.
- Session 1 (grades 1 – 8) July 8 – July 19 Fee: $280
- Session 2 (grades 1 – 8) July 22 – August 2 Fee: $280
- Kindergarten dates: July 8 – August 2 Fee: $560.00
- Hours: 7:55 a.m. to 11:55 a.m.
- Hawthorn will be offering before care in the Townline cafeteria from 6:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. Cost: $100 per session
For more information and to view the course descriptions in English and Spanish, visit the HEI page of our website. If you have questions, please call: 847-489-5598 or email: HEI@hawthorn73.org.
Charity J. Trowbridge, Assistant Principal
Lesley Lazar, Principal's Secretary
Laura Rash, Office Clerk
201 Hawthorn Parkway, Vernon Hills, IL Office Hours: 7:00AM – 3:30PM
School Hours: 7:40AM – 2:10PM
PH: (847) 990.4400
Fax: (847) 367.8124
Brooke Beltz-White, Nurse
Nurse PH: (847) 990.4415
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