Hawthorn Leadership School for Girls

Monday, Sept 4. Labor Day NO SCHOOL

Celebrated as a day dedicated to the hard working individuals that make our country strong, Labor day was originally acknowledged by municipal and local governments via ordinances passed in 1885 and 1886.

The first state to legally recognize and celebrate Labor day was Oregon with legislature that passed on February 21, 1887. By 1894 at least 23 other states adopted the law to honor laborers with congress finally voting it in as a national holiday on June 28th of that same year.

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Enjoy your day off to honor our Nation's hard working families and as always, WE ARE HAWTHORN!

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We encourage community friends, prospective students and families to visit us! Throughout the year, our students lead tours twice a month during the school day which is a great way to see school in action. During student recruitment season, prospective families can attend our Saturday Open Houses. We also offer Family Tours the first Tuesday of every month during the spring.

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