Class pictures being taken on Feb. 10. Students will have their class pictures taken on Wednesday, Feb. 10. Be sure to smile big!
ELPA testing starts in February. Starting in February and going through March, Harriet Thompson's ELL students in grades K through five will be doing ELPA 21 testing. The assessment measures the student's English language proficiency. Be sure your student gets plenty of rest and eats breakfast. We want all of our ELL students to be successful. If you have any questions please call the Harriet Thompson Elementary School office at 882-8550.
Referrals are currently being accepted for the district's Highly Capable Program. The Highly Capable Program is a program that is alive and well at all schools in the Grandview School District. To be considered for the program students must be referred for testing by their parents or a teacher. Referral forms and more information about the program can be found by visiting the Special Programs page. Referral forms are due to the school by Feb. 29.
Up until now, its only been sixth through twelfth grade students who have been able to take part in the big WE Day event that happens in Seattle every year. It’s an event that brings in world class speakers for a day filled with youth empowerment, where the message is simple – it only takes one person to make a difference.
Harriet Thompson Elementary School staff and teachers recently announced the school's December Students of the Month.