Week of November 18th – November 22nd

A Note From Ms. Sickler

  • Thank You

    • Thank you so much for joining us for Parent-Teacher conferences.  We value your input, expertise, and partnership in serving your children at Harvest Elementary
  • Winter is Upon Us

    • Students can enter the building at 8:35am when our first bell rings.  Prior to 8:35am, students wait in their class lines outside the building.  With the cool temperatures (especially in the morning), students should not be dropped off any earlier than 8:30am.
    • Students go outside for recess every day if the temperature is 10 degrees or warmer (factoring in windchill). Please make sure your child is dressed appropriately for the weather!  I noticed this great resource in the kindergarten hallway this week of all the items that keep our students warm and able to enjoy recess.  If you are in need of winter clothes for your child, please contact Ms. Sickler or Mrs. Pickett, Harvest Social Worker.


  • Specials Schedule

    • Our special’s schedule adjusts with snow days.  Please note the NEW November Special’s schedule below.

Ms. Sickler

Upcoming Events

Monday, November 18th

  • Specials Day 2

Tuesday, November 19th

  • Specials Day 3

Wednesday, November 20th

  • Specials Day 4

Thursday, November 21st

  • Specials Day 5

Friday, November 22nd

  • Specials Day 1

Save the Dates

  • Tuesday, November 19th -WISD Parent Advisory Committee Meeting (link HERE)
  • Tuesday, November 26th – 3rd Grade Thanksgiving Feast in Cafeteria (12:55pm)
  • Wednesday, November 27th – Friday, November 29th – NO SCHOOL; Thanksgiving Break
  • Wednesday, December 18th – 1st Grade Holiday Concert at Saline High School (9:30am)
  • Thursday, December 19th – Kindergarten Holiday Concert at Saline High School (9:30am)
  • Monday, December 23rd – Friday, January 3rd – NO SCHOOL; Winter Break

Quick Links

District Calendar

Harvest Elementary Website Main Page

iChat Link (all parent volunteers need to fill this out before volunteering)

PTA Points

Thank you for your generous donations to our recent canned food collection. Hundreds of canned tomato products were delivered to Saline Area Social Services, overflowing their collection bin!  We are in awe of your generosity and so proud of the students’ efforts in making a little deed into a big difference!!

Sweet Tweets of the Week

Did You Know?

Did you know that each snow day there will be a Harvest Snow Day Challenge posted on the Harvest website, Twitter, and our Harvest Facebook page?  Check out our first challenge below.

Ms. Sickler Reads

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