A Note From Ms. Sickler
- During this time of Thanksgiving, I want to share my gratitude and thank you for being such an important part of our children’s lives. We have asked you to take on roles in your children’s education in ways unlike any other year. We are so very grateful for your patience, flexibility, and grace as we all navigate these trying times. On behalf of the entire Harvest staff, I would like to thank you for your continued support and wish you all a safe and happy holiday.
- In conjunction with our current model of 100% remote learning, our Saline Elementary staff has put together a Learning at Home Toolkit. We were able to use tips and strategies from teachers and families who have been in this learning model all trimester to create the toolkit.
Here are your “home school” updates:
- Superintendent Graden’s 11/16 Community Message
- SAS Free Meal Program
- Pick up day (Tuesday) and time will remain the same.
- Regardless of our transition to remote learning and the Thanksgiving holiday break. all students will receive 7 days worth of breakfast and lunch this week
- CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR MEALS THE WEEK OF NOVEMBER 23, 2020
- Due to changes, for the next 3 weeks, devices from students that are having tech challenges will be swapped out during the day, by appointment, by the Tech Team. The swap will be with a Tech Team member, outdoors, in the HS bus loop. Please have families call 401-4999, to leave a message, or fill out this form and a tech team member will happily work through any issues they are having or set up an appointment to get the device swapped out.
Monday, November 23rd
- Remote Learning Day
Tuesday, November 24th
- Asynchronous Learning Day
Wednesday, November 25th
- NO SCHOOL
Thursday, November 26th
- NO SCHOOL
Friday, November 27th
- NO SCHOOL
Save the Dates
Original Works – Deadline Extended!
Due to the interest level and volume of orders currently being submitted through the Original Works At Home program that Harvest Elementary School and schools around the country are running, we plan to keep the program open for ordering indefinitely. We will continue to process and ship orders to the homes as they arrive throughout the season. This approach will provide families who have not yet placed orders the chance to order.
Directions for ordering here: How to Order from Original Works.
Be sure to enter our school code: HARV (it is case sensitive) so we get the credit for it. Money raised from this goes directly to classroom teachers to buy things like books that can be used in the classroom.
Thank you for supporting our school in this way!
Have ?s: Contact Amanda Ledy at email@example.com
Sweet Tweets of the Week
Did You Know?
Did you know that Washtenaw County Health Department is announcing plans with LynxDx and the 2|42 Community Center to offer a new drive-thru COVID–19 testing site in Ann Arbor opening on Wednesday, November 18?
“This new testing site will benefit our entire community,” says Juan Marquez, MD, MPH, medical director at WCHD. “We’re grateful to partner with Lynx and the 2|42 Community Center in bringing more accessible, faster testing to our county. Additionally, we know there has been a lot of interest in saliva testing. We’re excited to bring this no-contact saliva testing option to our community members.”
Learn more HERE.
Ms. Sickler Reads!
Ms. Sickler (and her sister) read a family favorite story together.
Also, check out Ms. Sickler’s sister Elizabeth and her dog dressed as characters from The Paperbag Princess