Hawk Hollow

Elementary School

Home of the Little Hawks!


  • Come Celebrate Hawk Hollow 20th Anniversary!

  • New boundaries for Hawk Hollow Elementary attendance area starting in 2023-2024 school year

  • Important update about the leadership of Spring Trail and Hawk Hollow Elementary Schools 

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  • U46BondProposalLogoThe U-46 Zero-Tax-Rate-Change Bond Proposal will improve our schools without changing the tax rate residents currently pay. On April 4, 2023, the referendum question asked voters for their approval to issue $179 million in school building bonds to make safety and security improvements, renovate and replace building infrastructure, add classrooms for early childhood education, improve accessibility, and construct STEM labs and classrooms. Unofficial results from the election showed approximately 62% voting in favor of the proposal. Learn more at u-46.org/bondproposal

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    School Bus Bullying: What It Is And Why Bullies Pick The Bus


    Hawk Hollow School is dedicated and committed to providing students with a safe, caring, and supportive school environment. Reporting bullying behavior is the first step toward making our school a safe place. 

    The first step in reporting bullying is to notify your child's teacher if it is caused by another student in the class. 

    The second step in reporting bullying is to notify the school Principal.  These two steps can usually bring about an end to the bullying.  

    A third way is to complete an online bully report provided by our district (see below for the link).

    Anyone can fill out this report; whether you are a victim or a bystander.  Just remember to please describe the bullying incident in detail including who, what, and where the bullying has occurred. The district will follow up with our school so necessary action can be taken. 

    This form can be filled out anonymously, or you can provide your name in order to receive feedback.

    Thank you for taking responsibility for keeping our school safe. 

    Hawk Hollow is here to support YOU and anyone who is being bullied. 

    District Bullying Policy can be accessed here


    (click the link below)



Little Hawk News


    Hawk Hollow Elementary's 20th Anniversary Celebration

    Celebrating Educational Excellence, take a walk down memory lane with current and former students, families, and staff members.  Let's close Hawk Hollow with a bang and thank all who have affected us in a special way. 

    In order to prepare accordingly, we ask that families RSVP below to our event.  

    When:  May 31, 2023

    5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.  

    Please RSVP here.  





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    Mother/Son Event

    When:  Friday, May 19, 2023

    Where:  Wintrust Field, 1999 S. Springsguth Road, Schaumburg, IL

    Click here for more information.  



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    Memorial Day:  May 29, 2023-No School

    Last Day of School:  May 31, 2023

    First Day of School (23/24):  August 15, 2023


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    My Stop App

    The new tool to help parents and guardians track the location of their child’s bus called “My Stop” is now available on the routes of all U-46 students who ride the bus to and from school. The app launched in January with high and middle school students and now it is available for elementary grades. For step-by-step instructions on how to download the app to your smartphone, sign in, and navigate the app visit our My Stop webpage. 




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