WHAT – January 19, 2018

January 22, 2018

Upcoming Events

Yoga

Tuesday, Jan 23rd 7:45-8:45am

Open to all staff, parents and older students with Matece Skow of Nourishing Heart Yoga.


 

From the Office

Volunteer Opportunity

We are looking for a couple of people to join the Golf Committee. We won’t be playing, but we will be planning this year’s 38th Annual Gene Flander Harmony School Golf Outing, which benefits the Miles Kanne Scholarship Fund for Harmony Students. If you are interested in helping with this fundraiser, please email Tonya: twalden@harmonyschool.org

Tuition

Please remember your tuition payment is due on the first of the month.
Your material fees of $55 for the first semester were due before Winter Break. All families ECP – grade 12 are required to pay a $55 per semester fee, per child.
*Also, parents with seniors, please remember your tuition payments will extend through August 2018, unless you’ve paid this year’s balance in advance.

 


 

Community News

Bloomington Winter Farmer’s Market

Saturdays, Now – March 31st from 9:00am – 12:30pm at Harmony School

Over 30 vendors offer a variety of produce, meats, eggs, dairy, soaps, flowers, plants, mushrooms, honey, prepared foods, and holiday items. Come for breakfast, live music, and diverse selection of local vendors. . Winter Market is a dynamic experience for the whole family.

Saturday Science Education QUEST

Saturdays, February 3 – March 3 from 9:30am-12pm

Registration Required

Saturday Science is a hands-on, minds on science workshop for grades K-8 hosted by the Science Education department at Indiana University. The attached flyer and following website, http://education.indiana.edu/collaboration-outreach/outreach/science-quest/index.html can be accessed to obtain further information and to register for the session.

Writing Our Resilience – A self-care retreat day for teens

Who: Teens and Young Women in Middle and High School
When: 1 Day Retreat- March 25th – 1-5pm

Take time out to connect with other writers, refuel, and reflect on our creative lives.
We’ll use the safe circle practices of Young Women Writing for (a) Change to both pause and play. Facilitated by Beth Lodge-Rigal and Laura Lasuertmer

For full descriptions, to register, please go to our website. Tuition assistance is available. Please ask us about that.

Registration: www.womenwritingbloomington.org

Questions: Contact@womenwritingbloomington.org

Imagination Creation!

Who: Girls, grades 4-6
When: 4 sessions, the first Sunday of the month, February 4, March 4, April 8 (note this is the second Sunday), May 6th 1pm-4pm
Through play, story and visualization girls in grades 4-6 will be invited to tap into their most creative selves. Themes will include Journey, Small Spaces, Garden of Your Dreams and Out of this World. Facilitated by Laura Lasuertmer and Angi Sullivan

For full descriptions, to register, please go to our website. Tuition assistance is available. Please ask us about that.

Registration: www.womenwritingbloomington.org

Questions: Contact@womenwritingbloomington.org

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