Category: News

Parent Survey

Parents: Please complete this survey about your satisfaction with Harms Elementary School.  The results will be used to enhance the school programs. Thank you in advance for your assistance.

KDG Celebrates Reading Month

Furry Friends Reading: Miss. Smith’s Kindergartners are reading to their furry friends for Reading Month. What great stories we can share! SuperHero Readers: The SuperHeros in 204 Kindergarten are using their super powers to read!...

KDG and Sesame Street Live!!!

Kindergarten went to Sesame Street Live at the Fox Theatre.  We watched our Sesame Street characters come to life! The students had a great time.  Here are a few pictures from Ms. McKay’s class.

February Report

It is with great honor that we announce the news that our school was awarded the designation of being one of the top 100 Schools in the state by the Mackinaw Center for Public...

Harms Elementary Earns an A

Congratulations to Harms Elementary School for earning an A grade on the Mackinac Center’s newly released 2015 Elementary and Middle School Context and Performance Report Card. The A grade recognition was given to the top...

Parents and Children Learning Together

Did you know there’s a lot of learning going on in Room 213 and the students are Harms Elementary parents? These adult students are twenty mothers who are part of the English Language Learners...

January Report

Greetings parents: Our January month has been a whirlwind of activities for teachers and students.  I am proud of our teachers that have been busy bringing in Science activities such as a series of...

Harms Lego Robotics Team Wins!

The Harms Lego Robotics Team won the Innovative Solution Award at the tournament Saturday. This award recognizes a team’s solution that is exceptionally well-considered and creative, with good potential to solve the problem researched.  Our...

October Report

This month we had two spectacular field trips to the orchards. Kindergarten and first grade experienced the great outdoors, and being out of the city. They had opportunities to engage in harvesting pumpkins, riding...

Wacky Wednesday

Fifth grade students from Mrs.Waldron’s class dress up for count day.  We chose the theme of Wacky Wednesday and as you can see, they fit right in.   Mrs. Waldron