AnnouncementsFree Tutoring for Students
Earl Hanson students who are on free/reduced lunch can qualify for free tutoring… Read More →
Earl Hanson Applies for Lights on for Learning Grant
In September, Earl Hanson Elementary will be submitting a 5 year “Lights on for Learning” grant for a total of $500,000.00. The grant, if awarded, will pay for before and after school tutoring, student enrichment opportunities through Figge Art Museum and various organizations throughout the Quad Cities. It will also allow for STEMS (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education, and adult learning programs. The Lights on for Learning is facilitated through The Rock Island County Regional Office of Education(RIROE) in partnership with Rock Island/Milan School District #41. The money is from a federal 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant funds for establishing Community Learning Centers(CLC) in area schools. Each CLC works in partnership with community-based...
School Supply Lists
Here are 2012-2013 school supply lists for Earl Hanson Classrooms: Kindergarten >> Mrs. Keller K-2 List >> Grades 1-2 List >> Grades 3-4 List >> Mrs. Cobb’s Classroom List >> Ms. Vroman 2-4 List >> Hall/Lievens/Schoening Classroom List >> Ms. Dillender’s Classroom List >> Ms. Harksen’s List >> Ms. Heimburger’s List >> Ms. Junis’ List >> Read More →
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NewsEarl Hanson Student Advances to Regional Bee
Earl Hanson Elementary 4th grader Jasmine McAfee advanced to the Regional Spelling Bee after the school district-wide competition on Thursday, Feb. 7 Read More →
Earl Hanson Student Wins Rock Island Rotary Essay Contest!
Lynzee Quade, a sixth-grader at Earl Hanson Elementary, won the annual essay contest sponsored by Rock Island Rotary Club. This is the second year that the club has sponsored the contest. Miss Quade wrote about the importance of respect at school, home and self. Essay Winner Lynzee Quade (center). Read More →
Hanson Students Help the Safer Foundation
Each year, the Earl Hanson “PeaceBuilders” choose a community service project. This winter, the students raised over $425 in addition to collecting items for the Safer Foundation, a youth empowerment program for young adults ages 16-21. “The students amaze me each year,” said teacher Ellen Martin. “And the parents and community are very supportive as well.” Pictured: Heaven Simpson, Heather Motley, Aiden Rushing, Raghen Walker, Ehkaw Blay and Jacob Norem & Sue Davidson from the Safer Foundation. Read More →
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