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    ALL Program

    HMS Athletics

    Pursuant to Education Code section 221.9, and beginning in the 2015-2016 school year and every year thereafter, Hawthorne School District is required to publicly report information regarding its competitive athletics to include total enrollment at Hawthorne School District, classified by gender; the number of pupils enrolled at Hawthorne School District who participate in competitive athletics, classified by gender; and the number of boys' and girls' teams, classified by sport. Please note that the data below reflects the total number of players on a team roster on the official first day of competition. 

     

    Currently, there are
    457 Females and 463 Males

    Athletics Stats

    HMS Athletic Team Information

    1) The total enrollment of the school by gender.

    Males:  464|
    Females: 458

    2) The number of pupils enrolled at the school who participate in competitive athletics by gender.
    (This is an unduplicated number. Any student participating in multiple sports is only counted once.)

    Males: 46
    Females: 44

    3) The number of boys’ and girls’ teams, classified by sport and competition level.
    (This is not the number of players on a team, but the number of teams by gender listing the sports or activities included.)

     

    Boys' Athletics
    Basketball, Soccer, Flag Football 

     

    Girls' Athletics
    Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball

    Message from the Principal
     

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    First Place Winners

    Congratulations to Divinagloria Ozuna-Aragon and Jailynn Cainn, who won first place at the Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) Day regional competition for their prototype of a prosthetic arm. They were competing against first-place winners from MESA centers throughout Los Angeles and Riverside Counties. Their hard work and planning definitely paid off! Excellent work!


    Hawthorne Middle School earned this honor under the leadership of MESA teacher Yvette Saenz. Ms. Saenz has taught MESA since she began teaching at HMS 14 years ago. “I developed a passion for teaching MESA from my mentor teacher. I enjoy giving students an opportunity to participate and think about science differently while preparing them to be career ready,” Ms. Saenz shared.


    MESA focuses on the integration of Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), emphasizing science, engineering, design, and inquiry. The rigorous content and application show how science and engineering are practiced in the real world.

    HMS Uniform Policy

    All students must adhere to the mandatory uniform policy implemented at Hawthorne Middle School.  All students will be required to wear the established uniform on a daily basis.

    Families seeking assistance with securing a uniform for their child(ren) should contact the office.


    Click on the link to read the notice from the Superintendent
    PDF Icon English  - Uniform Notice 151130
    PDF Icon Spanish - Uniform Notice 151130

    Visit our Parent Center
    Parent Center

    Attention all parents! Have you visited our parent center yet? HMS has a fabulous parent center located in Room 5. The parent center has two computers with internet use so parents can check grades or research information. We also have textbooks, parenting tips, school, community, and nutrition information. We welcome parents to come in and check it out.
    Traffic and Drop-Offs

    Please remember that it is a violation of the vehicle code to drop off students in front of the barricade on 129th street if you are not parked in a designated area. Also, stopping to park and drop off students in the alley off of 129th is prohibited. The gated parking lots are for employee parking only. We open this gate for parent nights and for the ALL program pick up only. Thanks for your support!

    California Distinguished School Award

    CDSAward

    California Gold Ribbon School Award
    A new program for 2015-2016 which honors some of California's outstanding public schools. Schools that are selected demonstrate exemplary achievements in implementing state standards in priority areas.

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    Title I Academic Achievement Award
    Honors Title I schools that have demonstrated success in significantly closing the achievement gap between high and low-performing students.

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    Red Ribbon Week

    Every year, the California State Assembly celebrates and recognizes Red Ribbon Week by providing students with tools and materials that encourage them to say "no" to drugs. My office will have certificates and bookmarks available for this effort.

     

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