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Community Service Added to Graduation Requirements

Community service is the voluntary work intended to help people in a certain area, but it means so much more to many people than just voluntary work.  It gives a sense of purpose and community pride, especially for the citizens of Harvard.  Glen Becker, member of the Community Foundation and Lion’s Club, said, “Community service is being involved in the community and doing things to help make it better.  It is . . .

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Learning about the New Teachers

Harvard Public Schools have welcomed a few new faces. These faces are not just students walking through the hallways on their way to class but are the ones who are teaching the classes too. More than Half the teachers are from Iowa.  Mrs. Miranda Hohm was born in Iowa. She grew up in McCook and nows lives in Aurora. The reason why Hohm wanted to be a teacher is that she likes to learn and likes to work with the youth. . . .

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Harvard Adds New Support Staff

Harvard Public School has 13 total para-educators, but three of them are brand new. That includes Ms. Kayla Besmer, Mrs. Heather Burbach, and Mrs. Megan Hankins. Most people don’t know what paras are or do. A para is a teaching-related position within a school responsible for  specialized or concentrated assistance for students.  Paras are extremely helpful for teachers, according to first grade teacher Mrs. . . .

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