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Harvest Elementary

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WISD Countywide Communication and Resources

The Washtenaw Communication and Resources Action Team has developed an interactive summer flyer full of community resources. Two members of the SAS Administration serve on this committee - Saline Middle School Assistant Principal Alex Schukow and Woodland Meadows Principal Michelle Szczechowicz.  

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Science Olympiad Team Creates Experiments for Youth

The Saline High School Science Olympiad team, lead by Captain Daniel Kang, has spent the summer working on an incredible project for all Saline elementary and middle school students.

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Summer Camps Open!

In-person programming for the community has opened through Saline Community Education.

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COVID COMMUNITY RESOURCES

Saline Area Schools has compiled a resource page for our school and surround community. 

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Spirit of Harvest

HARVEST HAPPENINGS BLOG

Follow Ms. Sickler's weekly blog to keep up-to-date with all things Harvest!

http://harvestweeklyparent.edublogs.org/

Office Information

Harvest Elementary 
harvestoffice@salineschools.org
734-401-4500
734-401-4599 Fax


Mrs. Bekkala - Secretary 
734-401-4502
bekkalaa@salineschools.org

 

Mrs. Stewart - Office Assistant
734-401-4503
stewarde@salineschools.org

 

The office would like to have ALL students keep a spare set of changing clothes (shirt, pant, socks, underwear) stored in their locker in case of an accident where the student needs to change.  This will help with not having to make calls to home!  Thanks for your cooperation.

 

Need to tell us that your student will be absent? Need help finding a form? Need Lunch account information?  Any general questions can now go to harvestoffice@salineschools.org.  This email will be sent to Mrs. Bekkala, Mrs. Stewart and Ms. Sickler, so answers may be sent back in a timely manner.

 

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Harvest Elementary Mission Statement:

The Harvest Elementary School community works to ensure that we are prepared to meet the needs of the students. We collaborate to empower all students to reach their potential in a safe, productive environment that values diversity and encourages respect. Together we provide a quality education so our students are prepared for their next transition and become responsible contributors in their complex world environment.