Week of January 9th – January 13th

A Note from Ms. Sickler

Easy New Year Drawing Tutorial and New Year Coloring Page

Happy New Year!  I hope your family was able to enjoy time with your family over break relaxing and celebrating.  Sometimes, we see after breaks, students struggle to return to the routine of school after being home for two weeks.  Here are some sentence starters that may help if your child is expressing not wanting to go to school.

Please note that this Friday is an Early Release Day, with dismissal at 1:10pm and Monday there is no school.


Save The Dates

  • January 13th – Early Release – Dismissal @ 1:10pm (lunch served)
  • January 16th – No School
  • January 19th – PTA Winter Family Fun STEM Building Event (6:30-7:30pm)

PTA Points

  • PTA Winter Family Event –  RSVP HERE!
    When: Thursday, 1/19/23 6:30-7:30 PM

    Where: Harvest Cafeteria
    Contact: harvestptapresident@gmail.com
    Please join us for a STEM-based winter scene-building event. This is NOT a drop-off event-all kids must be accompanied by an adult!
    Each group will receive a building kit (including bag of mini marshmallows, a box of Graham crackers, a can of frosting, and a base). The kits are $10, cash only, paid at the event. If you wish, you can bring other materials for building. Some suggestions are candies, extra frosting, sprinkles, or non-perishable items like Styrofoam, toothpicks, cotton balls, etc.
    *The first 40 kits reserved are guaranteed a space in the cafeteria. Any additional kits may have to be taken home for building due to space limitations.
    Ideas for event: Build an Igloo https://pin.it/NpWjc9G, Build a Bear Den https://pin.it/7wexV2s, Build a Ski lift https://pin.it/AeiKRvQ, Build a Snowman https://pin.it/3g9x6l1
  • Lunch Help (through 1/20)

  • Harvest PTA Website

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Sweet Tweets of the Week

Did You Know?

Did you know there are a number of family-friendly events in Ann Arbor for Martin Luther King Jr Day and Black History Month in February?  Check them out HERE.

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