Engaging in School
Teachers at Harris have been working hard to develop and offer new, engaging instructional content. They are prioritizing standards and student progress. There is so much great teaching being pushed out on slide decks or happening during live Google Meet sessions. We are grateful to the many families who continue to prioritize the learning when and how they can. If you need help, please reach out to us so we can make this manageable for your family. We look forward to more great days together as Harris.
Greenfield-Central is pleased to offer an online experience for Kindergarten Registration. Please click on the link below to register a kindergarten for the 2020-2021 school year. Students who are age 5 by August 1, 2020 are eligible to register.
Food Service: Meal Kits
For the time being, this service will continue on Mondays. Please see the flier below for more information on this opportunity for GC families.
If you need tech support for your child's device, please send an email to email@example.com stating the student's name, school, and tech issue. The tech department will respond by Google Meet, email, phone, or possibly appointment, if the issue cannot be fixed remotely.
Virtual Learning Confidentiality Statement
School Assistance Requests
If you need assistance or have a concern, please contact your child's teacher, our school counselor or the principal. Phone calls to Harris are not currently being answered. Please use the link below for staff email addresses or utilize your teacher's messaging system.
School Counselor Connection
Message from Mrs. Hall- Harris School Counselor
Here are some helpful tips for parents and caregivers.
You can incorporate social emotional learning into everyday life! This activity would be a fun, easy discussion to have with kids while watching your favorite family movie.
Please reach out to Mrs. Hall by email if you have a need and are looking for various community resources during the next few weeks. She will contact you back.
- School Counselor: Katie Hall
- Office Hours: 10:00am-12:00pm
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Scholastic Book Fair
Need something new to read at home? Excited about new books? Looking for books to read this summer? We are pleased to share that we have an online Book Fair open today- May 14th on Scholastic. Please feel free to shop and have exciting new books delivered to your home.
Stay Connected with Harris
Wifi Access: GC has made wireless access available in the Eden South parking lot, and the main parking lot at Maxwell Intermediate Schools. You can park in the parking lot and join GC-Public wifi without a password in those locations.
Hancock County Public Library: Wifi and eBooks
- WiFi: the Hancock County Public Library has extended their Wifi into the parking lot of the library here in Greenfield. Feel free to use this service as you social distance.
- Students have a digital library card and can access all of our online resources at https://hcplibrary.org/.
- Click on the Online Resources, Reference and Research, Teens, and Kids tabs to see everything available.
- Librarians are available Monday - Friday on our instant message chat from 12-5 p.m. to answer your questions.
Support with Be Well Indiana!
For many of our fellow Hoosiers, struggling with mental health issues or feelings like stress, grief or anxiety may not be something they’ve experienced before. As part of the Be Well Indiana initiative, we’re providing access to tools and resources that can help people identify what they may be feeling and connect to resources that can help them through it.
Since its launch one week ago, over 25,000 people have visited BeWellIndiana.org, and we’re just getting started with the resources and tools available.
Through BeWellIndiana.org, Hoosiers can take one of several Mental Health Self-Assessments offered by Mental Health America specific to their needs or what they may be feeling. These quick snapshots of mental health can help the user decide if they could better manage their feelings or if they should seek additional support.
At this time, GC still intends to host Camp Invention at JB Stephens.
Do your kids need something to look forward to this summer? Camp Invention is coming to J.B. Stephens Elementary on July 13-17! Watch this Camp Invention 2020 video to get a preview of what students will experience. The National Inventors Hall of Fame also compiled this At Home STEM Activity Guide for families.
We now have $100 scholarships available to help families send their children to camp! A huge thanks goes out to our community partners: Hancock Health, Duke Energy and Greenfield-Central School Foundation. Complete this Camp Invention Scholarship Form to receive scholarship support. (If we have to cancel or change camp dates, full refunds will be issued to parents.)
If you have any questions, please contact Lisa Leliaert at email@example.com or Krista Steeno at firstname.lastname@example.org