Welcome To Harper School

District Mission Statement

The purpose of the Harper School District is to provide an individualized academic environment; encouraging students to excel academically, socially and physically to the fullest extent of his/her own capabilities.

School Announcements

Education Update

Click here to view the June/July edition of the Education Update.

The Education Update provides teachers, administrators, parents, and community members with news and information on key education topics, upcoming opportunities, and a range of education resources. 

JOB OPENINGS

 

Harper School District has an opening for two classified para-professional positions for 2014 school year.  Positions are for 7 hours per day.  Applicants must have para-professional certification, completed two years of college or have an Associate’s Degree.  To obtain a classified application visit www.harper.k12.or.us., or call 541-358-2473, closes August 1, 2014.  Harper School district is an equal opportunity employer.

HOME & SCHOOL CONNECTION

The Home & School Connection newsletter goes home with students every month. You can also access these newsletters from our web site. Please click on the following links to pull up the current and previous month's newsletter. The newsletters have a lot of good ideas from interactions and activities to do with your children to handling issues that may come up at school.

May 2014

April 2014

March 2014

February 2014

January 2014

December 2013

November 2013

October 2013

September 2013

 

 

 

 

SCHWAN'S STUDENT OF THE MONTH FUNDRAISER

Harper Charter School is holding a fundraiser to help support our Student of the Month Program. The School awards a Student of the Month Award each month for grades K-6 and grades 7-12 in each subject area, ex. math, language arts, science, and social studies. The awards are based on effort, attitude, academic improvement and academics excellence to encourage students to do their best. The students are honored at monthly assemblies with a certificate, their picture and names are printed in the local paper. As an added incentive the superintendent has in the past taken them to lunch at the Dairy Queen. This involves 11 students each month at approximately $7.00 per student and the school has done this monthly for each of the nine months school is in session. We would like to continue taking the students to lunch, it is a great encouragement, however the lack of funds may end this practice . To support this program you can place orders through Schwan's. Please click here to view the flyer for ordering instructions. The school recieves 5% of your purchase.  Please help support your students!

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014