Home Instruction Request
As we are still dealing with issues related to Covid,
this year we will be offering our students the option of virtual home instruction
in the case of a Covid-related quarantine.
During these sessions students can log on with teachers
during after school hours to ask questions
and catch up on the work that will be posted on the Google Classroom.
Once a request is made and an available teacher is found,
they will work with the parents to find dates and times
that work for both parties.
In order to provide your child with the best possible education from home,
please complete the request form.
If your student has COVID-like symptoms,
please keep siblings home until the symptomatic student
gets tested and the result is negative.
For more information on COVID guidelines, please click here >>
Harmony Township School will administer the Start Strong Assessments
during the month of October to students in Grades 4-8.
For more information from the New Jersey Department of Education
about the tests and how to interpret your child's test results once they become available,
Please click here >>
2021-2022 HTS Online Yearbook Orders >>
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Please - NO 8th grade orders.
UPDATED COVID-19 GUIDELINES for 2021-2022
PLEASE READ >> TRAVEL QUARANTINES/DAILY HEALTH SCREENINGS
AND COVID COMPATIBLE SYMPTOMS
IF YOU ARE ON VACATION NOW,
OR PLANNING A LAST MINUTE VACATION
OUTSIDE OF THE TRISTATE AREA.
CONTACT THE SCHOOL NURSE IMMEDIATELY TO
DETERMINE NECESSITY AND LENGTH OF QUARANTINE!
If your child has been vaccinated for COVID-19
please send a copy of the documentation to the school nurse
for your child's health records.
This will assist the school nurse in identifying students
that need to be quarantined if there is exposure to a positive COVID-19 case.
The documentation can be scanned and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org,
faxed to 908-859-2277, or dropped off at the main office. Thank you!
IF YOUR 6TH, 7TH OR 8TH GRADE CHILD IS INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING IN ARCHERY
PLEASE HAVE THE PREPARTICIPATION PHYSICAL FORMS COMPLETED AND SUBMITTED TO THE HEALTH OFFICE
In order for your child to be eligible for Kindergarten
for the 2021-2022 school year
they MUST turn 5 years of age by October 1, 2021.
See more from the Department of Education about the tests and how to interpret your child's test results once they become available..
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.
Whenever possible, we seek the efficiencies and advantages of latest technology and other available resources to maximize our effectiveness in all we do.