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 School Hours: 9:15 A.M. -3:35 P.M.
Nutrition Break 1 10:55-11:35 A.M.
Nutrition Break 2 1:15-1:55 P.M.

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  • Miracle on Main - December 12 The Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation is ready to roll out its 8th annual “Miracle on Main Street” toy drive charity event. The donations raised each year go towards the purchase of toys, food and life essentials for families experiencing poverty via Halton Women’s Shelter; children suffering from sickness at the Toronto Sick Kids, McMaster Children’s Hospital, school essentials, breakfast programs and mental health aids for local area public schools via the Halton Learning Foundation. To date the foundation has raised $1.5 million in combined sponsorships and donations over the past seven events. “The objective of Miracle on Main Street is to promote the spirit of giving among all faiths.” says Tiger Jeet Singh Jr., President of Tiger ...
    Posted by Deborah Thorne
  • Are You Scent Free? Hello Hawthorne Huskies! Please note that we are moving towards being a scent free school and we encourage all students, staff and families to avoid using cologne, air fresheners and body sprays in the building. We have several students and staff with severe allergies related to these sprays. Thank you for thinking about this when preparing for school each day!
    Posted Dec 2, 2016, 3:09 PM by Deborah Thorne
  • Toonies for Tulips Dear Hawthorne Parents and Guardians; Hawthorne Village is raising money for the Highway of Heroes. This charity is planting 117,000 trees along the 401 in remembrance of all the soldiers that have been killed in the last 150 years. Our school is very fortunate to be involved in this program and we have been given 150 beautiful tulip bulbs to plant. The planting has already been done by our students in the Me to We club and now the work begins! We need to raise $1500 to help support the Highway of Heroes' initiative. We are asking our Hawthorne community to bring in TOONIES for TULIPS. If each student at Hawthorne brings in a TOONIE, we will meet our ...
    Posted Nov 18, 2016, 4:24 PM by Deborah Thorne
  • Treaties Recognition Week November 6 - 12 is Treaty Recognition Week.  Grade 7 Students have been learning about Indigenous People through Inquiry based learning experiences.  Children have researched and discovered that we are all treaty people.  Using critical thinking skills, exploration of historical artifacts and sharing different literary genres, students have gained valuable knowledge to help them understand the importance of learning our history.  Understanding the experiences and challenges of people in the past helps put our experiences and challenges into context.  Please see attached information and pictures from our Grade 7 classes.
    Posted Nov 7, 2016, 6:14 PM by Shelley Wigle
  • Police Record Checks As of September, 2016, residents of Halton aged 21 and older can apply for Police Information Checks and Police Vulnerable Sector Checks for employment and volunteer purposes ONLINE24 hours a day, seven days a week without having to attend one of our police locations. T​his will allow the parents easier access to applying for a Police Record Check, that is a necessity for volunteering within your schools. Halton Region Police Services has prepared a letter to parents of Halton Schools to help promote their new online service and hope to provide a quicker, more efficient way for parents to get a Police Record Check. This information is also available via our Board website at https://www.hdsb.ca ...
    Posted Oct 19, 2016, 5:22 PM by Deborah Thorne
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