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Welcome to Harrison Elementary School
Congratulations to Melissa Nevarez,
2014 - 2015 School Social Worker of the year!
Congratulations to Sandra Galuppo
2014 - 2015 Teacher Of The Year!
HES Shining Stars
Greetings Harrison Families,
We have survived the snow, cold, wind, and showers, and now we get to enjoy the beautiful May flowers and warmth! Spring is a time of boundless possibilities! If you can, take a moment to reflect on all the positive experiences your child has had this year! I'm sure you'll be surprised by how much your child has grown!
Our Science Fair/Spring Open House on Thursday, April 30th was wonderful! Our HES Super Star Scientists illustrated their understanding of the scientific method by researching different topics. Some children researched how to create rainbows, others shared the luminous properties of corn starch, and others learned how to create polymers (slime) on their own! The NYC Ghostbusters were also at our fair, and they helped the children gain a better understanding of how science relates to the 21st century! Additionally, the children learned how to create polymers (also known as slime)! It was an exciting night for all! Thank you to all the parents and teachers that supported this magnificent event!
This month we will have our School Spelling Bee on Wednesday, May 20th for our 3rd and 4th grade children! That evening we will have our HES Math Night for all! Please join us for a great time! Remember HES students + teachers + parents = success! Mark your calendars for the Roselle School District 1st Annual Spring Arts Festival. It is taking place on May 28th!
Please continue to reinforce the importance of being responsible citizens to your children by emphasizing the importance of arriving to school on time, being prepared for class, participating in class activities, and completing all assigned work, including homework. Please note children will have 10 points deducted from their homework grade per day for every day it is late. After the fifth day, the children will not receive credit for any missed homework assignment. This may negatively impact their final grades.
This year's theme at Harrison Elementary School is ACCOUNTABILITY! We are all accountable for our children's success! Remember s_ccess cannot happen without u!
If you have any questions or concerns please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 908-298-2052. Hope to see you soon!
Yours in education,
Dr. Lissette Gonzalez-Perez