Hometown Suburban Vending 5530 W 110th St, Oak Lawn, IL60453 Hometown Suburban is a vending and food service company in Oak Lawn, IL. It provides companies at different locations…More with refreshment services that includ coffee, snacks, cold drinks, fresh food, ice cream and more. Call to learn about its Lean and Green options.
Hometown School 8870 S Duffy Ave, Oak Lawn, IL60456 Hometown School is an elementary school that serves students in grades K-5. Headed by Principal Anna Schultz, the school…More aims to provide a nurturing environment that promotes student development socially, intellectually, and physically. Throughout the year, Hometown hosts Math Night, SD123 Family Technology Fair and Red Ribbon Week, among other events. For registration information, call the front office.
Oak Lawn-Hometown Middle School serves students in grades 6-8 from the communities of the same name. The recently…More built school includes an advanced computer lab, science lab, library, cafeteria, a multi-purpose gymnasium and an expansive outdoor campus.
In addition to core curricular subjects, OLHMS offers a full complement of co-curricular activities, from music and art to media product and foreign language clubs.
Oak Lawn-Hometown District 123 serves the communities of Oak Lawn and Hometown. The majority of its students come…More from Oak Lawn. The district is bounded by Pulaski on the east, 107th Street on the south, Central on the west and 87th Street on the north.
The district has four elementary schools, including Kolmar, Sward, Covington and Hannum in Oak Lawn, and Hometown in the community of the same name. All five schools serve children in grades pre-K through five. A middle school, Oak Lawn-Hometown, serves children in grades six to eight.
District 123 has a long and rich tradition of providing excellent academic programs and a commitment to meeting the needs of the whole child. The district offers a full-day kindergarten, daily physical education, art, music, instrumental music and and a full range of teaching resources. The middle school prepares students to meet the challenges of high school through a number of offerings that include foreign languages, communication arts and technology coursework. In addition, the district provides special education and other services that support the identified needs of students, as well as unique programs to help students develop academic strengths and talents.
James M. Hannum Elementary School is part of Oak Lawn - Hometown District 123 and serves students in grades…More K-5.
Hannum School endeavors to meet the needs of a culturally diverse population, while providing a student-centered education that addresses the academic, social, emotional, artistic and physical needs of all learners in a safe and supportive environment, utilizing current research and best practices.
Covington Elementary School 9130 S 52nd Ave, Oak Lawn, IL60453 Covington Elementary School is part of Oak Lawn-Hometown District 123 and serves children in grades K-5, In addition to…More its regular curriculum, the school offers a full-day kindergarten and special education. Students are given the opportunity to participate in activities ranging from band to student council. An active parent organization strives to continually increase the activities offered to students.
Carl A. Sward Elementary School 9830 Brandt Ave, Oak Lawn, IL60453 Carl A. Sward Elementary School is part of Oak Lawn-Hometown District 123 and serves children in grades K-5, In addition…More to its regular curriculum, the school offers a full-day kindergarten and special education. Students are given the opportunity to participate in activities ranging from band to student council. An active parent organization strives to continually increase the activities offered to students.
Kolmar Elementary School 10425 S Kolmar Ave, Oak Lawn, IL60453 Kolmar Elementary School is part of Oak Lawn-Hometown District 123 and serves children in grades K-5. In addition to its…More regular curriculum, the school offers a full-day kindergarten and special education. Students are given the opportunity to participate in activities ranging from band to student council. An active parent organization strives to continually increase the activities offered to students.
PRIDE Alternative School is a public school entity and a member of the AERO Special Education Cooperative in Burbank.…More The school is located in the same building with the Oak Lawn-Hometown School District 123 administrative office.
PRIDE stands for Personal Responsibility through Independence and Developmental Education. The school is set up to serve children ages 5-21 who, because of behavioral or emotional disorders, are not experiencing academic success at their home school.
Children received group and individualized academic instruction in small classrooms of ten students. Other components of the PRIDE program include behavioral management and individual, group and family therapy.
Programs are designed to reintegrate children back into their home schools. There is also a short-term program for children in behavioral or emotional crisis, where they can receive academic services in a therapeutic setting.
PRIDE Alternative School serves children throughout the AERO Special Education Cooperative's 12 member public school districts, including Ridgeland School District 122, Oak Lawn-Hometown School District 123 and Oak Lawn Community High School District 229. Transportation for students is provided by the school.
Worth Township 11601 S Pulaski Rd, Alsip, IL60803 Worth Township serves the communities of Oak Lawn, Evergreen Park, Hometown, Chicago Ridge, Worth, Alsip Merrionette…More Park and sections of Blue Island, Robbins, Crestwood, Palos Heights and Bridgeview. Located in Alsip, the township headquarters houses the office of the town supervisor, clerk, assessor, highway commissioner and collection. In addition, the town board includes four trustees, all of whom are elected officials. The township provides many valuable services for constituents, including senior and youth programs as well as access to care. The township manages a food pantry, health clinic and mini-bus service for seniors and the disabled. Other services available at the township office include applications for senior homestead exemptions, property tax appeals, Cook County vehicle stickers for unincorporated areas, voter registration and applications for US passports. Many of these forms and applications are available online as well. Town board meetings are held on the last Thurday of the month at 7:30pm in the Worth Township Board Room at 11601 S. Pulaski.