Entries by Wayne Keen

Math Team

Hawthorn Middle School South sent 10 students to the Regional MathCounts competition on Saturday 2/17/18.  The top four students compete as a Team and as Individuals, and an additional four students compete as Individuals. Two more get the opportunity to go for practice. Our Team took 2nd place out of 18 schools and earned a spot […]

Student Council Food Drive

Student council set a goal of 500 items and we crushed it with a total of 835 items being donated to the Vernon Township Food Pantry! THANK YOU for all of your support of this year’s Food Drive! They are thrilled to be receiving our support!   A special shout out to 6th grade who donated 493 items!    […]

PTO Restaurant Night 2/22/18

Visit The Claim Company at 506 Hawthorn Center on Thursday, February 22nd from 11:15 am-9:00 pm.  Enjoy lunch, dinner or carry-out and 20% of the proceeds will go back to the schools!

6th Grade Science STEM

Students in Ms. Howell’s Integrated Math and Science class connected the winter Olympic sport of curling to the science concepts of physics by understanding the principles behind Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion. This Penny Curling STEM challenge was fun, engaging, educational, relevant, and meaningful. The students thoroughly enjoyed the competition and connection to the winter […]

PTO Winter Book Fair

The Book Fair begins soon!   Come visit the sale on Tuesday, February 20th-Thursday, February 22nd from 7:30am to 3:30pm in the commons. Our online sale runs February 14th-March 3rd. http://www.scholastic.com/bf/hawthornmiddlesouthsch See flyer for more information.

Picture Day 2/28/18

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 Hawthorn Middle School South 6th & 7TH Grade Spring Portraits and Homeroom Group Photo (Make Ups / Retakes:   8th Grade Promotion/Casual Pictures)

Advisory Celebration Day-2/7/18

Hawthorn Middle South students had an advisory celebration day on Wednesday, February 7, 2018. Besides having their core academic classes, all students experienced an extended PE time filled with team games and minute-to-win-it fun.  Advisory time was also spent with homerooms with topics ranging from cyber-bullying to positive mental health strategies. Lunch was delicious at […]

7th Grade Social Studies

Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Frantz’s co-taught social studies class have been studying the federal judicial system.  Students were able to choose a Supreme Court Case to research and discover what freedoms our constitution guarantees and why.  During the gallery walk student were able to learn about other monumental court cases and how they impacted our […]