Tagged: Classroom Events

Harms Elementary School takes on Drew Farm!

The Office of School Nutrition provides hands-on, STEAM-centered field trips at Drew Farm for all PreK-12 DPSCD students. The full day experiential learning opportunity is supported by the Office of Science and integrates Next Generation Science Standards into the day’s activities and...

2nd grade visit to Campbell Library

After having the Campbell librarian visit us several times, the second graders walked to the library to get a tour and check out books with their own library card.  

Top School for Attendance

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...

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...

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...

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...

Donations Doubled for Harms on DonorsChoose.org

We want to make sure our students have the materials they need to succeed, so we have created classroom project requests through DonorsChoose.org, an award-winning charity. Donations of any size will help our kids. Right...

4th Grade Mini-Society

Mini-Society is a self-organizing, experience-based approach to instructing students on entrepreneurship, economics, government, career opportunity, consumer issues, and values. The teacher functions as the facilitator with the students doing most of the discovery, usually...

2nd Grade Helps the Detroit Dog Rescue

As a community service project, the second grade collected items for the Detroit Dog Rescue. The second grade had a visit from Kristina Rinaldi from the Detroit Dog Rescue. She came in to talk to...

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!...