November 1 through December 1
Harmony will be accepting
new unwrapped toys for the
Toys for Tots - Operation Toy Train
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Harmony Township School
will be accepting new unwrapped toys
on behalf of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve
Toys for Tots Foundation.
Wednesday, November 1st through Friday, December 1st.
Harmony's Mr. Tilley will be delivering the
toys to the train in Phillipsburg on
Saturday, December 2nd.
If you would like to donate toys directly to the train,
come to Phillipsburg PU tower at
84 Brainard Street on December 2nd @ 5:30 pm.
Music and hot chocolate will be provided.
Food trucks will be on location.
Free tours of the PU tower will be provided
with a toy donation.
Operation Toy Train runs special trains during
the holiday season to collect donated toys.
There will be many other stops where
you can meet the train.
Go to: https://orders.christmascitystudio.com
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In order for your child to be eligible for Kindergarten
for the 2023-2024 school year
they MUST turn 5 years of age by October 1, 2023.
ATTENTION ARCHERS AND PARENTS:
Preparticipation physical forms MUST be completed
and submitted BEFORE you can participate!
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Kovalsky (908)859-1001 ext 190.
Preparticipation Physical Forms >>
Transportation to access many services, including nutrition centers, grocery stores, hospitals, dialysis centers, physical therapy and behavioral health centers, veterans centers, social security offices, the county college, the county administration offices, county courthouse and annex, etc.
The first workshop will be held on December 6, 2023 from 6-7pm in the Belvidere High School Library.
Daisy Troop 90245, open to Kindergarten and 1st grade girls!
We put our children first. To that end, our first and foremost priority is to provide an excellent, broad-based education to meet or exceed current applicable statutes. In addition, we are committed to guarding their safety, building their character and nurturing their growth as lifelong learners and global citizens.
We support our staff, our community and each other in the pursuit of these noble objectives by carefully balancing our financial, administrative, legal, regulatory, and ethical responsibilities in harmony with the District’s dynamic strategic objectives and tactical needs.
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