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An Important Message for HILA 5th Grade Families

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November 14th, 2014

Dear 5th Grade Families:

Reminder – HILA will not offer 6th grade for the 2015-2016 school year. I understand that this is difficult news to hear and that your children will have to transition to another school to complete their middle school experience.

The HILA main office has Options for …

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Parent Workshop, October 15

Parent Workshop – 7:30 AM and 3:30PM When – Wednesday, October 15th, 2014 Where – School Computer Lab (Child Care Provided at the 3:30 meeting) Topic – Pearson Success Net and Lexia Reading Core 5 Presenter – Principal Mike Jakubowski

Mr. Jakubowski will lead this session and provide families with details on how …

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Students Cahsing in on Programs that Reward Good Behavior

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Students at the Hope Institute Learning Academy (HILA) in Chicago are cashing in on a program that rewards their good behavior.

The young learners receive “Hawk Bucks” when staff members spot them engaging in good conduct, which includes listening, maintaining good manners and following directions. The bucks can later be redeemed at …

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For more than 50 years, The Hope Institute for Children and Families has led the way in providing innovative educational approaches to help all learners meet their maximum potentials. Hope understands how to teach – and care for – children with a variety of educational needs and styles of learning. Students in Hope classrooms regularly exceed the national average for being “on task” in learning activities. But more importantly, Hope students experience the joy of learning to their full potentials.
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