About Margaret Hayes
I am upbeat and experienced educator who began as an elementary school teacher with Chicago Public Schools, and 14 years as an administrator at Queen of Peace High School and Maria High School before becoming the principal of St. Cletus Catholic School in La Grange, IL. I'm a St. Linus Alum, from the class of 1976. It's great to be home, and a GREAT day to be a Hawk!
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Girl Scouts Plant Kindness!

October 7, 2019

The St. Linus Girl Scouts painted rocks during their last meeting and created a beautiful rock garden for us all to enjoy.  Thank you for this lovely edition to our landscaping.

Hawk of the Week

October 7, 2019

This weeks Hawks of the Week are Jack Heebner (K), Diego Nevarez (1), Savannah Simon (6) Congratulations and good work!

Ms. Hayes’ Happenings!

October 4, 2019

Spirit Week was lots of fun!  Creative outfits from students and teachers!  Another great Bonfire enjoyed by all and a very peppy Pep Rally to kick off tomorrow’s Homecoming Games!  I hope to see everyone […]

Spirit Week Fun! Jersey Day!

October 4, 2019

We started out Spirit Week with a jersey day!  Students were sporting the jerseys from their favorite professional teams, college teams and of course the Hawks!

Hawk of the Week!

September 27, 2019

Congratulations to this week’s Hawks of the Week! Bridget James (6), Darcy Kennedy (K), Olivia Aceromo (3)

Ms. Hayes’ Happenings

September 27, 2019

I have had a wonderful time sitting in on classes these last couple of weeks.  So many great things are happening.  Applesauce in Kindergarten, Science experiments in 5th grade and Sparkle in 3rd grade just […]

Defying Gravity!!

September 27, 2019

In Science today, 3rd grade was researching the question “How do astronauts go about their daily lives without gravity in space?” They discovered many interesting things and enjoyed researching this topic! The research continues tomorrow!

5th Grade Science is fun!

September 27, 2019

Our 5th grade had to find the mass and volume of irregular objects by using balance scales and graduated cylinders. They were busy hypothesizing, collecting data, and discussing with their groups!

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