Peek at the Week
December 6, 2015
I hope you were able to come out and enjoy the day at our Breakfast with Santa event. Thank you to our awesome PTA for their hard work in providing such a great experience for our students. I know that my two enjoyed it!
It's GREAT to be a Harbins Tiger!
RFL Candy Grams
We are going to be selling candy cane grams on Wednesday, December 16th through Friday, December 18th. The candy canes will be delivered to your child’s classroom with a Merry Christmas from you. Your child can also order candy canes to be delivered to their friends and teachers. The cost is $1.00 for each candy cane sent and all proceeds will go to The American Cancer Society for Relay for Life. You can send in the attached form to your child’s classroom teacher and students can also order in the morning before the 8:10 bell.
Below is the link for the order forms:
Check out this video of this year's TOTY banquet. Congratulations, Mrs. Connor!
Georgia Milestone Assessment
IMPORTANT! Please take a moment to view this letter that provides essential information about the Georgia Milestones results. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact your Harbins administrative team.
Graduation Rates and Milestones Results
Results should be released by the state soon. Please check out the following so that you can be informed.
End of Course (EOC) FAQs
CCRPI Parent Survey
Please take a few minutes to complete this very important survey. Your feedback will be a part of our schools CCRPI score, and it is important for us to hear you!
What you should know about head lice.
The head louse is a parasitic insect that is found on the scalp, near the nape of the neck and the area behind the ears. they do not have wings and cannot fly or jump, but they can crawl very quickly. They receive their nourishment by sucking blood from the scalp. They cannot survive on pets and must have human blood to survive. They can live for around a month; however, lice cannot survive for more than 24 hours off the human host. Head lice can be acquired by close contact with an infected person, and from sharing items such as coats, hats and brushes. Head lice is NOT a sign of poor hygiene and can affect people of any social or economic class.
When your child comes to the clinic complaining of an itchy head or has a rash on the neck or behind the ears, lice is something that will be checked. If live bugs are found, you will be called to pick up your child from school. We will tell you the proper procedures for eliminating them. It is essential that you follow through with all of the steps at home, and then check your child daily for 2 weeks. If you discover your child has lice at home, please call the clinic and let Ms.Samples know. Please do not send your child to school if you find live bugs. You will need to treat at home, and then repeat the process in 7 days. If the first treatment does not take care of the lice, please see your doctor who can prescribe a stronger shampoo. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call.
Teachers and staff are engaged with children from 7:45 a.m. until 3:15 p.m. Please help us preserve that time. We ask that if you need to speak with a staff member, you set up a time with that person. This way, we can ensure we are devoting our attention to the children in the building and making sure we meet your needs.