Fantastic school with wonderful staff and heavy parent involvement. We have an incoming 1st and 2nd grader at Harvest.
Harvest Elementary School is a public elementary school in Pittsfield Township. The principal of Harvest Elementary School is Betty Rosen-Leacher, whose e-mail is email@example.com. 514 students go to Harvest Elementary School and identify as White, non-Hispanic; Asian/Pacific Islander; and Asian. 9% of the 514 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Harvest Elementary School is 19:1. Heritage School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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I have a son with Down's Syndrome in 1st Grade and a daughter in 3rd Grade. The School is doing great things for both kids but in particular we love the Principal and her open door policy. Our Son is accepted in the School mainstream for 80% of the day. The teachers and staff are simply marvellous. We are very happy with the School!
This school is amazing! Our child's teachers are excellent the principal is hands-on and absolutely fantastic and the children are having so much fun while learning and becoming little thinkers! Even Kindergarten classes take Spanish the extra curriculars are great and everything is super-organized and well thought out from drop-off to pick-up and every moment of your child's learning experience in-between.
Principal Betty Rosen-Leacher is fantastic! She seems to know all the students by name. The staff are like family and the atmosphere is supportive caring and even loving. I was so sad when my son aged out of this school last spring.
Great school and teachers!
It is a with great teachers who love what they do and instill in all our kids a love for learning.