Harlan eNews

June 10, 2022

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Message from Mr. Agius

Harlan Families,

It is hard to believe that Summer break is here! Yesterday, we were able to celebrate our 5th graders as they were promoted to the 6th grade! It was a great event followed by a whole school clap out.

As always, I am extremely appreciative of our school community for all of the support you have provided this year for the students and staff. Harlan is a wonderful community due to the dedication of our families, staff, and students to making it a great place.

This morning, I reminded the kids that their Harlan Habits of respect, responsibility and kindness should stop just because school is out for the summer. Rather, they should stay focused on them especially during the summer time when it is a bit less structured.

I hope that you all have an enjoyable summer and I look forward to seeing you all again in the fall!

Best of luck to our new 6th graders!

Be well,


Next Year

  • Monday, August 29 (A Day) - Half Day, dismissal at 12:05 PM

  • Tuesday, August 30 - Friday, September 2nd - Full Day except for Kindergarten who has half days

Library Connection

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The Library Connection Highlights (updated)

Library Books Due

All parents that had students with books that have not been returned. Please make sure to address this as soon as possible. Please bring payment or books to the office. Thank you.

To the parents or guardians of (Student's Name),

Attached are the following items that still has checked out from the library. If this book is lost please remit payment so a new copy can be ordered. If you have the book please return it so his account may be cleared.

You may pay by check or cash. If paying by check please make it out to Birmingham Public Schools and in the memo line put Harlan Library. Please address the envelope to Mrs. Coleman so the account can get cleared.

Please understand that classroom assignments will not be released in August for any student who still has books out. Thank you so much for helping to keep our library updated so all students are able to check out books. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to e-mail me at scoleman@birmingham.k12.mi.us .

Yours in Education,

Mrs. Coleman

Harlan Library/Media Specialist

Mr. Agius


Medication Pick Up

Parents need to come to the main office to pick up prescription medication that is held in the office. Please call 248-203-3265 to arrange a time since the office may not be covered at all times.

Lost & Found

The lost and found at Harlan is overflowing! If your child(ren) are missing items, you are invited to come look at the lost and found at school to try to identify them. The office will be open at varying times next week. We will send notification if the Lost & Found has moved to the vestibule.

2022-23 Kindergarten Welcome Kits

2022-23 Kindergarten Welcome Kits

Celebrate your Kindergartner or incoming Husky in style with a 2022 Welcome Kit! Each $25 kit includes:

· A fun yard sign

· A t-shirt that reflects your respective high school (Groves or Seaholm)

· A packet of information to help you get to know your new school.

Purchase your kit here:


District News

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Summer Volleyball Camps

Sign your child up for one of the many volleyball camps run by Seaholm Varsity Coach and Berkshire Middle School teacher, Heather Gambone during the month of July. Heather and Jason Gambone are entering into their 17th year as coaches at Seaholm High School, and their 19th year of coaching National level club volleyball. Students Grades 1st-10th can train with the coaching staff and high school players from both Seaholm and Groves! Camps will be held at Seaholm and Groves High School.

Questions can be sent to Heather at Seaholmvball@gmail.com.

For more information and to sign up, see this form:


Notice of Nondiscrimination

The Board of Education is committed to maintaining a learning/working environment in which all individuals are treated with dignity and respect, free from discrimination and harassment. There will be no tolerance for discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, disability or age. The District prohibits harassment and other forms of discrimination whether occurring at school, on District property, in a District vehicle, or at any District related activity or event. The Superintendent will designate compliance officers and develop and implement regulations for the reporting, investigation and resolution of complaints of discrimination or harassment. The following people have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Students - Inquiries related to discrimination on the basis of disability should be directed to: Executive Director of Special Education, 31301 Evergreen Road, Beverly Hills, MI 48025, 248.203.3000. Direct all other inquiries related to discrimination to: Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, 31301 Evergreen Road, Beverly Hills, MI 48025, 248.203.3000.