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Dr. Cynthia James, Principal

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Mr. Michael Thompson, Asst. Principal

Important Information

The deadline for registration into the Clayton County Public Schools, Virtual Summer School has been extended!  Please click the correct link below to register now...spaces are limited!
The Virtual Summer School student registration links are listed below.
 DEADLINE:  Tuesday, May 26th
Virtual Summer School Student Registration - English

Virtual Summer School Student Registration - Spanish

Virtual Summer School Student Registration - Vietnamese 


 Hawthorne Elementary School is closely monitoring all updates concerning the Coronavirus disease (COVID19).
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Click here for resources that your scholar can access outside of schoolExtending Learning Beyond the Classroom 
Also be sure to check out the Parent Tab for additional resources.

Click here to access assignments teachers are posting and resources in Goggle Classroom: 
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Parenting Resources During COVID-19

If you need assistance with identifying resources during school closure, please contact our School Social Worker
(Celina McMillian (404) 803-4487).

For additional information please be sure to check ALL tabs.

To help keep our students and members of our community safe the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Committee are recommending ways in which you can S.O.A.R. at home. 

S-Stay Safe! Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds; if you are not able to wash your hands utilize alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol at all events were food and beverages are served.

O-Stay Organized! Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

A-Be Accountable! If you are sick with fevers of 100.4 F or greater or are showing signs of a fever and any other related symptoms you should stay home.

R-Respect Others! Practice good cough and sneeze etiquette and hand hygiene by covering your mouth or nose when you cough or sneeze.



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