Yearbook orders are placed via the Josten’s website and are $23 each.
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At the beginning of the school year, we encourage each family to join the Harper School Parent Teacher Organization (the “PTO”). PTO membership dues are $20 per FAMILY, not per child. Membership dues are used to support the various programs our Harper PTO sponsors. Becoming a PTO member is the only way to gain access to the online Harper directory via AtoZ.more >>
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The Harper Chorus is a traditional choral experience using a wide variety of musical styles, from folk and classical to popular music. The students will learn to sing in unison and in parts while learning to work together as an ensemble. There will be opportunities throughout the year for solos and small group experiences. Members will study the fundamentals of singing, learn the language of choral music, and prepare for public performances.
1. The Harper Chorus rehearses Tuesday and Thursday mornings before school from 7:50-8:30am in the auditorium.
2. It is essential that students are on time for rehearsals, as the first 15 minutes are dedicated to warming up their voices and working on fundamentals.
3. Students are expected to sign in when they arrive.
Membership is open to students in grades 2, 3, and 4 at Harper School.
Fee is $60.00 for each semester.
Register for Harper Chorus:
Each year Harper PTO offers awesome Spirit Wear for purchase at the beginning of the school year so everyone can get in the spirit of supporting our amazing school! Merchandise will be displayed at a variety of events this year, starting with the New Family Welcome Night for new Harper families and Opening Coffee on the first day of school.
Commemorate your child’s birthday by purchasing a book for the Harper Library. The average cost of a new library book is $20. After your payment has been received, your child will be able to select his/her book during Library time. A personalized bookplate placed inside will show everyone that your child has added this special book to the Harper library.more >>
iGNITE (formerly known as Advance to Go) is an initiative led by Harper’s PTO that is dedicated to finding and bringing our students exciting, multi-sensory programs and activities that accelerate a passion and depth of learning. What you might not know is that these programs are NOT paid for by the school district. They are primarily funded by Harper families through our annual fundraising initiative.
Calling all Chess Masters! Harper Chess Club offers fun games and lessons for ALL levels of chess ability! Our Chess Club meets on Mondays after school in the Harper Cafeteria in sessions offered throughout the school year.
This information is only on the Wilmette Park District website (search for “Harper”) and not in the Park District brochure.
Children will be dismissed from their regular classroom and checked in at the cafeteria by the Chess Enrichment instructor. The children will be brought to the front entrance of school at the end of the class (4:30 pm) to be dismissed. Children are expected to be picked up on time.
In compliance with the school snack policy, children may only bring a fruit or vegetable snack to have prior to class starting. The park district will not be providing any snacks.
For more information about Chess Club, please contact Haylee Kessler, Recreation Activity Coordinator at 847/853-6297 or firstname.lastname@example.org.