School Health Related Closure:
WE WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Click here for School Health Related Closure Letter >>
All activities will be canceled for the duration of the closure.
Every day that we are closed will run as an “Early Dismissal Day”
in terms of bell schedule and student to staff communication.
Visit our Health Related Closure
Emergency Preparedness Homepage
to stay up-to-date.
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Just a reminder...Please DO NOT use the playground at this time.
HARMONY HUSKIES - THIS MESSAGE IS FOR YOU!
Mr. Staples will be giving you a shout out each day
that we are out due to our health-related closure.
BE SURE TO CHECK TWITTER TO SEE WHAT YOUR SCHOOLMATES ARE UP TO!
- DAY 10 -
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After School Activities are in full swing.
Please note that it is IMPERATIVE that students
are picked up on time at the end of the activity.
If you can not pick up on time,
please arrange for another parent to stay with your child.
Using PickUp Patrol with an Android Phone
If you have been having problems updating default plans
click here to access PickUp Patrol with your Android.
Important Message regarding Office Pick Up
To ensure the safety of the students, parents and bus drivers,
please refrain from picking up students between the hours of 2:30 and 3:15.
During these times the bus lanes will be used for buses only.
Please make every effort to park in the school parking lot
and refrain from parking across the street and walking between the buses.
Do you have a hard time remembering to update PickUp Patrol?
Here are some tips:
(1) Set your phone alarm to ring each day to remind you.
(2) Update PickUp Patrol days or weeks in advance.
Ship anywhere for one flat fee! Order by April 1st.
The following is a brief overview of the current situation.
New troops are needed to form in these three towns of our Service Unit.
We are pleased to announce our 2019-2020 Governor's Educators of the Year
We have several yearbooks from previous years available at a reduced price.
A contest that empowers 5th graders to advocate for an endangered or threatened species.
Olivia's artwork has been selected for display at the State Exhibit in Trenton.
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.