Harms Elementary School Blog

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Detroit Council Member, Raquel Castañeda-López, surprised 100 Harms Elementary students on Friday at the Rink at Campus Martius by presenting the students with a Spirit of Detroit Award for their outstanding and noteworthy accomplishment for being a...

February Principal’s Post

Parents: We had a great February. Sometimes the weather was great and sometimes it was really cold. Through it all we continue to offer the best educational setting for your child. We know that...

Harms Math Bee Winners

Harms Elementary held its Math Bees this week.  Students prepared for several weeks to improve their speed and accuracy doing high level facts and involving multiple step math problems.  They were practicing math that is much more...

Ladies, Start Your Engines!

Add automotive engineering to Brownie Damaris Z.’s list of interests: soccer, basketball, and visiting waterparks. Nine-year-old Damaris of Detroit, is one of four Girl Scouts from across the country who were randomly selected by...

January Principal’s Post

Happy New year to you all, Now that we are back to school from the holidays it is time to focus on why we are here. The school will be working towards academic success....

December Principal’s Post

December 2016 We had a wonderful December month. Our students were engaged in all of the subjects and displayed their knowledge during the 2 week period of testing. The results are promising and show...

Get Reading on myON

Harms Elementary has begun using an online reading program that students and families can access at home or anywhere there is an internet connection.  myON is a personalized literacy program that provides access to...

Congratulations Harms Hawks Robotics Team

The Harms Hawks Lego Robotics Team competed against 23 teams at The Michigan Science Center on Saturday, November 12th.  Our team took 3rd place overall against teams with 7th and 8th grade players.  And our...

4th Grade Gooey Matter

The 4th grade students experimented with gooey materials to explore the types of matter in Science.  The lesson was given by our partners the Ann Arbor Hands-on Science Museum.  The students had a great time creating...