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Patriot Press april 30, 2021

Harris Elementary School

National Blue Ribbon School 2020 - Harris Elementary School

Retirement Announcements

Yearbooks

2020 - 2021 Yearbooks went home Thursday!

Body Safety

Indiana Senate Bill 355, which was passed in the spring 2017 state legislative session, requires all public schools in the state of Indiana to provide all students grades K-12 with child abuse and child sexual abuse prevention education. For more information, please click on the parent letter below.

COVID19

Thank you for continuing to be diligent in your efforts to keep your family and other Harris students healthy and safe. Please self screen at home and be sure that you don't send a sick child to school this year. In addition, if any member of your household has a pending COVID-19 test, you should not send your child to school until the results of that test return negative. Thanks for helping us slow the spread at this difficult time of year.

EVERYDAY AT HARRIS

All items subject to change as new guidance is received.

Transportation

Breakfast and Lunch

* For the remainder of the school year, all students will have access to one free breakfast and lunch.

2-Hour Delays & Breakfast: Harris does NOT serve breakfast on 2-Hour delays.

School Meals for 21/22 School Year

On Tuesday April 20, 2021 the USDA issued further pandemic flexibilities for schools that support child nutrition programs nationwide. They announced that free meals and other meal service waivers have been extended through June 30, 2022. This allowance will ensure more students, whether on-site or virtual, continue to have access to free healthy meals for the entirety of school year 2021-2022.

Stay Connected with Harris

Future Dates at Harris

*The following dates are tentative and are subject to change based on national, state, and local guidance.

Harris Specific Dates

Opportunities Around GC

Plug Into Nature Summer Camp

Nameless Creek is once again offering their Plug Into Nature Daycamp this summer from July 12th-16th, 9am to 4pm, for students who will be entering grades 3, 4, and 5 next school year. Parents are responsible for providing transportation to and from the camp each day.

The camp provides activities such as sports and games, nature trail/creek exploration, a water carnival, arts and crafts, and basic culinary skills. These activities are designed to allow the campers to enjoy the outdoors, learn leadership skills, team building, and social skills.

If you are interested in having your child attend camp, please complete the attached paperwork and mail it to the address contained within the application.

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Created with an image by AnnRos - "football ball soccer"