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 Address: 5220 West 135th Crestwood, Illinois 60445   

Phone: 708-385-6690                  Fax: 708-385-2417             District Office 708 385-6800 

School Hours

Grade Level Information

Emergency Closings

Student Absences

Principal's Message

Mission Statement

Panther Pride - Our Key to Success is You!

Mr. John Dudzik, Principal

Mrs. Bridgette McNeal, Assistant Principal

School Hours: 

8:00 am - 2:30 pm

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Grade Level Information

We are currently using TecherWeb to post information from each grade level.  Please visit www.teacherweb.com or use the following links to connect.

6th   http://www.teacherweb.com/IL/NathanHaleMiddleSchoolCrestwood/SixthGrade/

7th  http://www.teacherweb.com/IL/NathanHaleMiddleSchoolCrestwood/SeventhGrade/

8th   http://www.teacherweb.com/IL/NathanHaleMiddleSchoolCrestwood/EighthGrade/

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Emergency Closing Information

There are many ways to find out if the school will be closed due to weather.  Our office does not open until 7:30 a.m., so there will be no one in the office to answer your calls prior to then.  However, you can check for emergency closings the following ways:

Go Online and search for Hale Middle School at www.EmergencyClosing.com
Register to have information sent to you by visiting the above web site

Call 847-238-1234 and use our phone number (708-385-6690) as the ID.  

               Check for updates from your favorite radio and TV stations. 

The TV stations include CBS, ABC, NBC, WGN, CLTV, FOX.  The radio stations are WGN 720 or WBBM 780.

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Student Absences

 If your child will be absent, please call Nathan Hale Middle School at 708 385-6690.  We ask that you call between 7:30 and 9:00 am to report the absence.

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Message from the Principal

Nathan Hale Middle School is located at 5220 West 135th Street, in Crestwood, IL.  Nathan Hale Middle School has been servicing students in Crestwood, Robbins, and Alsip since 1976.  Nathan Hale Middle School houses sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students and plays an important role in preparing its students for high school and beyond.  At Nathan Hale Middle School, the staff works tirelessly to create an environment that promotes learning and individual growth.  Using the Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) philosophy, the students are taught expected behavior and are rewarded consistently for exhibiting positive behavior.  In addition to promoting academic excellence, our staff teaches students to be respectful, responsible, and safe.  Our staff is dedicated to instructing students in the behaviors and skills needed to be successful in high school and helping them become future productive members of society. 

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District 130 Mission Statement

Recognizing the diversity of our student body, we believe the mission of School District 130 is to maximize the potential of students to become lifelong learners in a global community.  This will be accomplished by stimulating and challenging our students educationally while encouraging an understanding of self and commitment to others.

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