Information Regarding Access to Educational Resources

There have been some miscommunications regarding access to educational resources during the school closures. Students with access to the internet will have resources and assignments available to them beginning on Tuesday, March 17 from the harpercreek.net website.  Students without access to online materials may pick up materials at the administration building between 8 AM and 4PM also beginning on Tuesday, March 17.  Again, materials pick at the administration building is only for those students without access to the online resources.

For HS students, there may be some exceptions if your student's teacher has directly communicated an individual assignment for pick up for your student.  

Future communications will continue as we learn more about the situation from information provided to us from appropriate agencies.






Daily High School Announcements

 


 

Core Class Book

Available here...​

Freshman Course Electives Book

The 2020-2021 Freshman Course Electives Book is now available online.

10th-12th Electives Book

Available here.


 


Student Laptop Permission Sheet

 




Order Your 2020 Yearbook Today!
yearbookordercenter.com
School Code 40351




 


 

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Senior Community Service

Seniors have an option to perform 20 hours of community service work or to write an in-depth research paper on a community problem.  Information on this project is discussed with students in the spring of their junior year.


Driver's Education

Complete Stop Driver Training
Practice Testing
Michigan Graduated Driver Licensing Parent Checklist


High School Student Absence

Please remember to call 269-441-8477 if your high school child is going to be absent from school.  This is a 24-hour message service. 
Please leave your student's name and reason for absence, as well as any additional information.  



BlueOx Credit Union Offer

 

Events



OK2SAY


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All of us can be the eyes and ears of the community and ensure that our children are safe. I encourage everyone—students, staff, parents, and community members— to report potentially harmful or criminal acts using OK2SAY.

To submit a confidential tip:

• Call 855.565.2729
• Text 652729 (OK2SAY)
• Email ok2say@mi.gov
• Download the Mobile App search OK2SAY
• Visit the OK2SAY website at www.ok2say.com