The culminating activity for fifth grade students at the end of their Primary Years Programme (PYP) is to participate in the IB Exhibition. The event will be held on Wednesday, May 27th with two sessions beginning at 8:15 am and 10:00 am in the fifth grade classrooms.
Due to school closure on Tuesday, the Fourth Grade Awards Day Program will be held on Wednesday, May 27th at 8:30 am and the Fifth Grade Awards Day Program will be held on Thursday, May 28th at 8:30 am in the school cafeteria.
Harvard Elementary School has earned an A+ rating and a ranking of 33rd out of 1,350 campuses from the eight-county Houston region in the 2015 Children at Risk survey. The rankings are based largely on student performance on state exams in reading and math in 2014. The analysis also takes into account annual student progress and the relative scores of low-income students. Congratulations to our hardworking students, teachers and supportive parents.
Razia Jan was named a Top 10 CNN Hero in 2012 for her work at the Zubuli Education Center, a school founded in rural Afghanistan that provides a free education to about 350 girls. She spoke with students at Harvard along with Elizabeth Suneby author of Razia’s Ray of Hope, on November 11th to kick off our IB Action Project to raise funds for Razia’s Ray of Hope Foundation. Our READ FOR RAZIA READ A THON raised $6,200 for the students in Afghanistan. Razia reports that these funds will help educate 20 girls at the Zubuli Education Center.
Harvard Elementary School has partnered with Land's End to provide quality uniform choices for students, parents and staff. Clothing items are available with the Harvard "H" and or IB World School logo. Go to STORE>SPIRIT WEAR to order your clothing items today.