Our kindergarten students will wear purple shirts beginning this school year 2017-2018. Uniforms are available at the following stores: Johnson’s Uniforms and Uniforms by Kajan. If you have any questions, please contact the school office. 436-4626
WEST BANK SCHOOLS West bank Parent Advisory Council Meeting is November 29, at 6pm at Central Office located at 501 Manhattan Blvd. Topics for discussion are Building Better Readers, tips and strategies to do at home, and Career and Technical Education, taking the Jumpstart Tops Tech Pathway. All parents are welcomed.
MILDRED HARRIS OPEN HOUSE Parents, students, teachers, para educators, administrators and members of the Bridge City Community came together August 25th to celebrate the beginning of school with the annual Harris Open House. Parents visited their child’s class, met the teacher, and discovered ways to support their […]
Raising Cane’s has partnered with Mildred Harris Elementary School to encourage students to read. Students will receive a Cane’s bookmark to record each book that the student has read. After reading 7 books and collecting 7 signatures from the student’s teacher, the student will bring the bookmark to the librarian, Dr. Almerico, for her signature. […]
Mildred Harris Elementary welcomed PreK and Kindergarten students during the first week of school. Parents and students had the opportunity to meet the teachers, para educators and administrators during orientation mornings before the student’s first full day of school. Students met their classmates and began to learn the routines.
Late Take-In Days will be August 24th, September 28th, October 26th, and January 25th. Students will arrive at 10:30am on late take-in days. Childcare is available from 7:30am-10:30am for a fee of $8 per student. Parents may pre-register their child in the office. Please contact the office if you have any questions.
Up, Up, and Away! The staff of Mildred Harris developed beginning of the year goals and commitments to prepare for their superheroes of the 2016-2017 school year.
Although 100th day is celebrated all across Jefferson Parish Public Schools, not all were visited by the infamous Zero the Hero. “Zero the Hero here, letting you know to keep up the good work and continue your goal to the next grade!” The mascot for 100th day went around to each classroom and let them know […]