• Storybook Character Day

    Storybook Character Dress Up Day | Friday, Oct. 29th Students may come dressed to school in a storybook character costume. All costumes should be appropriate for school. No face paint, no weapons, no full face costume masks.

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  • Advisory Council

    Topics: Support for students in the Homeless Education Program (McKinney-Vento), Support for Migratory Students and Families (Title I, Part C), English Learners & Newly Arrived Immigrant Children and Youth (Title III, Part A), Funding Family Engagement Activities, and Stimulus Funds (CARES)

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  • UPDATED 10/12

    As part of Gwinnett County Public Schools’ family engagement initiative, the school district seeks to empower parents with tools that allow them to help their children at home.

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  • Social Media Tips

    Social media can be a great way for your student to explore the world, express individuality and connect with friends. Below are tips for parents to support your students on encountering good experiences with social media safely.

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  • And the Winner Is...

    Congratulations to our 21-22 Teacher of the Year, Ms. Spivey! She is so deserving of this award and thank you for representing Harris ES so well.

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  • Yearbooks

    It's that time you've been waiting for! 2021-22 yearbooks are now on sale... until they run out.

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  • Harris PTA

    Follow the Harris PTA on either Facebook and/or Instagram. Also, while you are here look over the budget for this year. Thank you!

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  • Coffee Talk (Recorded) August

    In case you missed the August Coffee Talk with Dr. Hahn and would still like to see what she talked about. Please click the title to watch.

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  • Name Our Mascot!

    Our newest team member needs your help! Gwinnett Building Babies Brains has a new Mascot! We’re hoping you can help us with the name. Click the title to go to the website

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  • Free and Reduced Lunch

    Attention The Free and Reduced application is now ready for you to fill out. Click the title to get more information.

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  • MPP New App

    Paying for school meals, fees, exams and activities online helps speed up lines, ensures the safety of your payment and is convenient and easy whether using the MyPaymentsPlus website or App.

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  • School Messenger

    It is not too late to opt in to SchoolMessenger (the phone system GCPS and our school uses to send out important information and reminders) to receive emails.

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  • New Student Registration

    Do you need to register a new student? Click the title to find out what you need bring and times we are available.

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  • Covid Morning Checklist

    Every morning before your student leaves for school, please check your student’s health. Thank you for helping keep the entire school safe.

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  • Low Cost Internet

    Internet Essentials brings affordable high-speed Internet home. You may qualify if you are eligible for public assistance programs such as the National School Lunch Program, Housing Assistance, Medicaid, SNAP, SSI, and others. Get connected today!

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  • Bedtime Reading

    Finding time to read with your child can be a challenge. But with a little planning, bedtime reading can be one of the best parts of your day.

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  • Practice Math Skills

    Measuring things around the house can be a fun way to teach your child two important math skills: calculating exact amounts and estimating.

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  • Hazardous Weather

    If hazardous weather, including snow or ice, or other emergencies present a threat to the safety of students, staff, or school property, Harris Elementary may close early or cancel school as appropriate.

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