On Monday, Oct. 12, we begin to transition to a blended learning scenario in stages, starting with students in kindergarten and first grade who will begin attending school in-person four days a week. Read more about when other grades will transition and about cohort assignments coming by mail next week.
Monday, Oct. 12 is Indigenous Peoples’ Day, and across the district we recognize the significant contributions to our society and our schools by American Indians. Working with the Minnesota Humanities Center, we've compiled resources for teachers and families about Indigenous Peoples' Day, including general websites, digital collections, grade-based videos, talks, and even virtual field trips.
We are offering meals at no cost to all children 18 and under. We do not require student identification. Students will receive boxes containing five days of breakfasts, lunches and snacks. Families can receive them at curbside pick up any location or sign up to have meals delivered to homes. Click 'Read More' for details.
District staff will present the World's Best Workforce 2019-2020 School Year Report and 2020-2021
A Message from the Principal
Welcome to Harambee Community Cultures Environmental Science School! Where students receive a world-class education with an intentional, laser focus on student engagement and students’ strengths. I’m so honored to lead this amazing school community. Click below to find out more about my journey and where we’re headed!