Nic Hawley

Phone:

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Nic Hawley

Mr. Hawley has been with the district of Niles Community Schools since 2007 serving in various roles at Cedar Lane Alternative High School, Niles High School, Niles New Tech, Ring Lardner Middle School, and Eastside Connections. He has a B.A. from Aquinas College, a M.A. in Educational Leadership from Grand Valley State University, and is a New Tech Network Certified Teacher and Trainer. He values the importance of building rapport with learners and students through new techniques to deepen understanding for knowledge and thinking in addition to fostering life lessons demonstrating 21st century skills toward their journey as an ideal graduate. Mr. Hawley is actively involved in multiple facets within the school and district, serving as a coach, mentor, Yearbook coordinator, Niles Nightmare sponsor, and Class of 2019 Class Sponsor. Additionally, he was the 2015 Class Sponsor. This adaptability allows him to look at multiple avenues to best service our learners and students which has included a service learning trip to the Dominican Republic and a Washington D.C./Inauguration trip in 2016. Also, he enjoys nourishing and showcasing school spirit and Viking Pride with Viktor the Viking.

For more gems of knowledge about Mr. Hawley, please refer to the Niles Daily Star Meet the Teacher article below.

https://www.leaderpub.com/2018/09/11/meet-the-teacher-nic-hawley/

 

Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s) and Students

Our district is using an exciting health program called the Michigan Model for Health™ which is listed on the National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices. As your partners in education, the Niles Board of Education has approved the middle school curricular module of the Michigan Model.

The lessons will give your student critical health information and opportunities to build health skills that will develop life-long habits related to social and emotional health/safety, nutrition and physical activity, tobacco/alcohol and other drugs, as well as growing up/staying healthy.

However, we need your help! You are your student’s first and most important teacher! Your student will be encouraged to talk to you about what he or she is learning in the classroom. By working together, schools and families can more effectively equip children to develop healthy habits and avoid health risks.

Please contact me if you have any questions or would like to discuss this information further. My contact information is below.

Encourage the Heart and working together to keep our youth healthy,

Nic Hawley

History/Health Facilitator

Niles New Tech, Eastside, Ring Lardner

Informational Links:

MDE: Michigan Model for Health: Provides information on the comprehensive skills-based health education curriculum.
WSCC Model: Provides information on the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child Model as a collaborative approach to learning and health.