Hawthorne Elementary

Welcome to Hawthorne Elementary

Upcoming Events


LCSD Board of Education Meeting - Regular - Confirmed

The Lorain City Schools Board of Education will meet in regular session for a Board Meeting on Monday, September 28, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. in the Cafeteria of Lorain High School, 2600 Ashland Avenue, Lorain OH.

*Community members can join remotely via livestream through the Lorain Schools TV20 YouTube channel

The Latest News

Thank you to Our Community Partners at United Way!

United Way of Greater Lorain County Delivers Boxes of School Supplies & PPE to Lorain City Schools
More +

School Profile

At Hawthone Elementary, we inspire, challenge, and empower scholars through the love of learning by mastering the basics as they develop their own skills and interests. Serving scholars in grades PreK–5, we promote high expectations while working together with parents and the community to develop scholars to their full potential.

Hawthorne Highlights:
  • All Day Preschool and Kindergarten
  • Comprehensive Services for Scholars Who Are Identified As Gifted
  • Free Breakfast and Lunch for All Scholars
  • Free Shuttle to Mercy School Based Health Clinic
  • Innovative and Responsive Methods for Teaching and Learning Scholars of All Abilities
  • Near 1:1 Access to Technology in grades 3-5
  • Regular Celebrations of Scholar Achievements and Incentives for Regular Attendance
  • Restorative Practice Approaches to Social Emotional Learning
  • Special Education Services for Scholars Across All Disabilities
  • Visual Arts, Music, and Physical Education
2018-2019 Enrollment: 251

What's in a Name?

Hawthorne Photo
Hawthorne Elementary opened in August of 2010 and is named for 19th Century American author Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Nathaniel Hawthorne was an American short story writer and novelist. His short stories include "My Kinsman, Major Molineux" (1832), "Roger Malvin's Burial" (1832), "Young Goodman Brown" (1835) and the collection Twice-Told Tales. He is best known for his novels The Scarlet Letter (1850) and The House of the Seven Gables (1851). His use of allegory and symbolism make Hawthorne one of the most studied writers.  Hawthorne's works belong to the cultural movement called romanticism. His novels and short stories are cautionary tales.  Many of his works are inspired by Puritan New England. The new Hawthorne Elementary replaced a former building bearing the same name, which opened as a Junior High School in 1922.


Hawthorne Elementary School
610 W. 20th Street
Lorain, Ohio 44052

Assistant Principal

Special Education Supervisor

Social Worker

Health Professional

Tracy Maul

School Hours
8:15a - 2:30p 
Main Office 
(440) 830-4150*
(440) 246-1083 Fax 
Español Linea
(440) 830-4088

Technology Hotline
(440) 830-HELP (4357)

Mercy School Based Health Clinic
Schedule a virtual visit: (440) 370-5446
Certified Nurse Practitioner: Katie Malear
*To report an absence or to reach a particular person please listen for options
© 2020. Lorain City Schools. All Rights Reserved.