Harvard Community Unit School District 50
401 N Division St
Harvard, IL 60033
Harvard Community Unit School District 50 News
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Harvard High School’s manufacturing and metals teacher, Steve Glasder, is a semifinalist for Harbor Freight’s Tools For Schools 2019 Prize for Teaching Excellence.
At today’s 2019-2020 staff kickoff event, the district recognized eight staff members for their years of dedication to students and education.
A big thank you to Harvard resident Jodi Schlendorf and her employer Rust-Oleum.
On August 14, the staff at Washington School, Crosby Elementary, Jefferson Elementary, and Harvard Junior High will welcome students and families to meet and greet their new teachers and tour buildings.
At Wednesday’s public meeting, the Harvard CUSD 50 Board of Education recognized students for recent achievements.
Fifteen staff members retired from the district this year.
Eight Harvard CUSD 50 students have earned the State Seal of Biliteracy.
In April, Harvard CUSD 50 hired Centegra Health Systems to provide athletic training through June 30, 2022.
Harvard High School students learned the painful ramifications of drinking and driving at Wednesday’s Operation Prom.
On Sunday afternoon members of the community, district staff, students, and family members recognized seniors at the high school’s annual Senior Honors Program.
SET YOUR SIGHTS ON YOUR FUTURE…In Harvard!
Students from Jefferson Elementary took a classroom lesson about caring and turned it into a project for helping people.
Support Harvard High School’s Senior Class Trip by dining Monday, April 8 at Joe and Tammy’s restaurant from 4:00-8:00 p.m.
Thank you to everyone who participated in our district survey.
Harvard High School presents “The Music Man” Friday, March 15 and Saturday, March 16 at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, March 17 at 3:00 p.m.
At last night’s public meeting, the Harvard CUSD 50 Board of Education honored two students for recent accomplishments.
Last October Mercyhealth Hospital and Medical Center-Harvard’s Leanne Neely contacted the school district inquiring about students needs at Harvard Junior High.
Grade school districts in Harvard ranked among Illinois' lowest for reading aptitude, according to the Illinois State Board of Education.
The Board of Education commissioned a demographic study. Completed in November, a link to the complete study is below.