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 Harvest Elementary School

    8845 Wall Triana Highway, Harvest, AL 35749     Tel.: 256-851-4590 | Fax: 256-851-4591

       Stephanie Burton, Principal            Chris Barlow, Assistant Principal

Our Vision

The vision of Harvest Elementary School is to instill the principles of respect and responsibility and to enable all students to attain their personal best.

This will be accomplished through a collaborative effort of students, teachers, administration, parents, and the community to promote academic excellence in a positive, nurturing, encouraging, and safe environment

Our Beliefs

 We believe that every individual is valued and deserves to be treated with respect.

 We believe through high expectations and the development of the whole child, all students can attain their personal best.

 We believe that a positive, nurturing, encouraging, and safe environment is conducive to successful learning.


 HES - A Leader in Me School

 Husky Chapter - Honor Society

 Harvest Elementary's Teacher and Employee of the Year

Harvest Elementary 


 Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Courtney Hamilton, 1st Grade Teacher

Support Employee of the Year, Mr. Tracy Waldon, Plant Manager


 USDA Award Ceremony

Harvest Elementary received the Healthier US School Challenge Gold Award last school year for creating and maintaining a healthy school environment. 

Annette Ikard, Cafeteria Manager, Janice Owen, Madison County CNP Supervisor, and Stephanie Burton, Principal traveled to Washington, D.C. to be honored at the White House in a ceremony hosted by the First Lady, Michelle Obama.  Click here to see the video and to read additional information.

 USDA Award

 Harvest Elementary School

is  certified by the USDA's  HealthierUS Schools Challenge  

 and a recipient of the Gold Award Distinction   

To learn more click on the picture below:



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Last Update 
by Ana Lilia Meininger
 4/16/2014 2:58 PM



14 - Kindergarten Open House 5:30

14 - PTO Meeting 6:30, 2nd Grade Program

14-25 DIBELS

15 - 3rd Week Progress Reports 

18 - Kite Day (K-2)

Kindergarten 8:15 9:15

2nd Grade 9:45 10:45

1st Grade 11:15 12:15

24 - Take Your Child to Work Day

24 - Sparkman Cluster Board Meeting

      Sparkman High School's Main Gym 5:15

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29 - Phil Sandoval's Night

 1 - 6th Week Progress Reports 

23 - Last Day for Students

26 - Memorial Day

29 - Report Cards


New Numbers for Harvest.  
by Ana Lilia Meininger
 4/11/2014 11:37 AM
2014-2015 Revised School Calendar 
by Ana Lilia Meininger
 3/11/2014 10:45 AM
2013-2014 Calendar  
by Ana Lilia Meininger
 4/16/2013 9:16 AM

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 Non-Discrimination Statement

The Madison County School District does not discriminate in admission, treatment, or access to programs or activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, religious preference, disability, age, gender, citizenship, non-English speaking ability, or homeless status.  Students with disabilities will be provided with the same needed supports and services for extracurricular programs and activities that are provided during the school day, unless doing so would fundamentally alter the nature of the program and activity.