Just a reminder that next week is Fall Break and our Pumpkin Patch has been rescheduled for Oct 20th AM classes and Oct 21st for PM classes!
This week Mrs. Brock's class began a unit on fairytales, connecting the fairytales to the letter of the week which was D, the students read stories about dragons. Students read the story Dragons Love Tacos. The class used tally marks to show which taco toppings they love best. Just like the dragons in the story spicy salsa was the least favorite topping. On Thursday students celebrated all they had learned with a taco party and chance to dress like a dragon.
Learning about apples
Look for important notes coming home today with some exciting events for your Sunshine friends!
Ms. Sue's class is decorating our halls learning all about themselves
The HHS First Priority Club would like to invite you to join them in front of the High School tomorrow morning at 7:45 am for the annual See You at the Pole event. Come and pray for the students, faculty, and school community. #familyofdragons #firstpriority
Friendly Friday Reminder: Classes begin at 8:00 am and 11:30 am, please be on time, classroom routines are very important to our preschool students. Please be patient in our pick up line and do not pass other cars. We are working hard to keep our kids safe. If you need extra time to help your child out of their seat or get ready you may use our parking lot and walk them to the door. If you are in a hurry you may also use the parking lot to get them in faster. We are off to a great start in preschool this year! Thank you for your help and support. ☀️💚🚙☺️
The HHS Cheerleaders would like to invite any girl who attended the Little Girl Cheer Camp this summer to join them on the sidelines Friday night during the first half of the football game. The game starts at 7:30 pm.
The primary focus of the Harlan Independent School District is to provide our school community and specifically school aged students with high-quality educational experiences. The District Mission and Vision Statements are deeply rooted in the fundamental principles that the developmental needs of students are critically connected to a healthy, vibrant school experience. We remain focused on achieving that mission through in-person learning for our students. After 18 months of adjusting to different learning models, our district has grown stronger in remarkable ways. However, we have learned there is no substitute equal to in-person learning for schools and families. The dynamics of personal, face-to-face interactions inside classrooms, hallways, cafeterias, and extra-curricular events cannot be ignored. After nearly 4 weeks of successfully holding in-person learning, the Harlan Independent Board of Education has endorsed our School Operations Plan that will allow us to continue to operate under the current parameters of required masking for students, staff, and visitors while inside school buildings. We will monitor local and school conditions on an on-going basis and make necessary adjustments as needed. At this time, the Harlan Independent School District has a total of 7 positives student cases, which is less than 1% of the student population. #FamilyofDragons #ExcellenceinEducation
Ms. Sue's class is learning "All About Me." Today are they are making self portraits.
Come out tonight and support the Harlan Middle School Lady Dragons for 8th Grade Night and their game against Lynn Camp! 8th grade night will begin at 5:30! Good luck Lady Dragons 🐉🐉🐉!
In remembrance of the fallen on 9/11, flags line the walkway of Harlan Middle & Harlan High School. May God Bless the United States of America 🇺🇸 and the Harlan Independent Schools 🐉! #FamilyofDragons
Catch all the Harlan Green Dragon Football action tonight on our Livestream. Kickoff is set for 7:30PM and will be broadcast on the HISD YouTube Channel in HD (http://bit.ly/HarlanYouTube), HISD Facebook, WHLN Facebook, and WHLN Radio. #GoBigGreen
We love treasure box day!
K3 learned art skills this week
Harlan Cross County Records Fall in First Meet of Season In their inaugural season, the Harlan Elementary School Girls Cross Country Team achieved a feat rarely seen in the sport in the Harlan County All Comers Season opener. Fielding their first team in school history, the young runners made quick work of the 1-mile course on their way to achieving a perfect score of 15 points. Led by 6th grader Harper Carmical who crossed the finish line with a time of 10:35, Harlan also captured 2nd through 6th place respectively. 5th grader Cooper Thomas started off the season with a strong race, building on an exceptional year in 2020. Cooper was the leader of the Dragon pack with a 3rd place finish and time of 10:52:84 for the boys’ team. 8th grader Dylan Cox was blazing fast on his way to smashing the school record in the 3000m event. With a time of 12:02.75 Cox has clearly set himself apart from the field and established himself as the leader of the pack. Harlan High School Junior Mia Pace is the veteran on this years squad and helped lead the Dragons with an 11th place finish on the day.
Happy Labor Day to the amazing staff of the Harlan Independent School District! Your dedication and commitment is unmatched and your are da deep source of pride for our community. Enjoy your Holiday, you deserve it!!! #FamilyofDragons
We have enjoyed our first full week of preschool. Reminder that there is No School Monday for Labor Day. Enjoy your long weekend Sunshine friends!
The Harlan Independent School District is currently hiring Substitute Teachers, Teachers Aides, and Substitute Receptionists. To find out more go to our employee link on our website (https://www.harlan-ind.k12.ky.us/page/employment) or call 606-573-8700 option 6.
We are working on learning to write our names by signing in each day.