A Note From Ms. Sickler
I hope you had a restful and relaxing break. I spent time during our break looking at ways to continue to support the students and staff at Harvest. One thing I found was this graphic with suggestions of ways to support an anxious child. If you or your family is in need of support or resources, please reach out to me or our school social worker, Terri Pickett.
Here are your “home school” updates:
Check out a video with your Harvest specials teachers to give some tips and reminders for virtual specials this week!
Please consider helping out our district FFA by filling out THIS SURVEY.
What Does A Farmer Look Like? – Social Experiment
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!
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Sweet Tweets of the Week
Did You Know?
Did you know that our community has a variety of resources for families that are food insecure? Check out this document that shares food distribution by day and location.
Ms. Sickler Reads!
From the archives… Who Will Carve The Turkey This Thanksgiving