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The SWCMA after school karate program is an age and ability appropriate, specially designed training program that teaches more than just karate. Read more >>>


 
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AIT offers a variety of upcoming after-school sports on the Ellsworth, Harmon, and Ranch campuses. Read more >>>


 

 

School & Office Hours

Office Hours
7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Campus Opens
7:55 a.m.
Students may not be on campus any earlier.

School Hours
Grades 1-6
Mon/Tue/Thu/Fri
8:15 a.m. - 3:05 p.m.
 
Kindergarten
Morning: 8:15 - 11:05 a.m.
Afternoon: 12:15 - 3:05 p.m.

Wednesday
8:15 a.m. - 1:35 p.m. 

Kindergarten
Morning: 8:15 - 10:15 a.m.
Afternoon: 11:35 a.m. - 1:35 p.m.


Learning Today Leading Tomorrow


Welcom to the Proud Home of the Hawks

Welcome to Jack W. Harmon Elementary School! Our school is located in San Tan Valley, Arizona, and serves students in grades K-6. We are part of the J.O. Combs Unified School District, one of the faster growing areas in the state.

Our website provides parents, students, and community members with helpful information on a variety of topics and we hope you'll take some time to learn more about all we have to offer. You'll want to meet our staff, learn more about our school procedures on the FAQ page, keep current with News & Events and our School Calendar, and then be sure to check out our many Helpful Links to other informative websites. And, if you still have questions about Jack W. Harmon Elementary, we hope you'll contact us.

 



Dear Parents and Guardians,

During the week of April 7, our 2nd through 6th grade students will face the biggest academic challenge of this school year as they take the AIMS and Stanford-10 assessments. During this testing week, it is particularly important for all students to get plenty of rest, eat healthy and nutritious meals, and come to school motivated and on time. Please be sure to talk with your child about the importance of doing his/her very best on every portion of these tests. Your children have been working very hard all school year and this is their opportunity to shine. Our school goal is to improve on our “B” label, and the scores of every student will play a big part in our overall school score.

We had another strong demonstration of parent involvement at our third quarter Parent-Teacher Conferences. Our preliminary count shows that we had over 80% participation, and some teachers are still working to meet with parents who could not attend last week.

I would like to thank all of our parents and family members who took time to complete the Parent Survey. Your feedback is valuable to us as we continuously strive to improve as a school and district.

Teacher appreciation week is coming up May 5-9. Please take some time to complete the Staff Acknowledgment form so that we can share your positive comments with the teachers who work so hard to educate and support your children.

The school will be celebrating Absolutely Incredible Kid day on April 4. Teachers distributed Incredible Kid letterhead at conferences. We would like each student to receive a letter from a family member, sharing all of the great things you feel about him/her. Please return this to your child’s teacher in a sealed envelope and we will distribute these letters to the students on April 4 as part of our Incredible Kid celebration and our AIMS/SAT-10 pep rally.

Ella Rayburn is Harmon’s Elementary Student of the Month for March. Way to go, Ella!

Please refer to the monthly calendar section of the newsletter for a list of all upcoming events. I want to thank all of our parents and other family members for your ongoing support of Harmon Elementary. The Future Begins Here!

Together in Education,

Principal Singley


Ames Singley
Principal