#OurStoriesCRCSD - Harding

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School Year 2018-19

#OurStoriesCRCSD is Harding Middle School. Meet Denise Melchert, who has been guiding middle school learners for over three decades. She is constantly working to build relationships and to nurture student growth.

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The central hub of Harding middle school, the IMC! Every day is just a bit different with students researching, working with technology or just checking out books. It’s an active place. #OurStoriesCRCSD

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New this year at Harding is the school's pep club. 

“We get to make posters for the school.” – Kiera  

“It brings a whole lot of entertainment and people that want to create school spirit for the school. If you don’t have school spirit then you will not care about your school and anything you do for the school.” – Trevor

“Well, this school doesn’t have a lot of spirit so we just like bring that to everybody and we can tell everybody about it. We have to show everybody like with posters and we have to talk about it. We are also taking our spirit out to the community, not just our school” - Olivia

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The Harding Robotic's Team just finished up their first meet, where they placed very well. Through this after-school program, the students take away many life lessons tackling the challenges of building robotics. #OurStoriesCRCSD

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This Harding Middle School teacher is engaging students by building relationships and working hard to connect with every student in the building. He also strives to deliver social studies curriculum to student that is relevant for today...#OurStoriesCRCSD

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School Year 2017-18

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This week we are celebrating Harding Middle School. Principal, Linda Reysack shares the school’s strategy of having students comfortable and engaged at this time of their lives making them #FutureReady.

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Taylor - 8th Grade "I like the freedoms and opportunities offered.

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Harding Middle School has developed an adaptive Physical Education program for students with a variety of different needs and abilities. The program is designed to overcome obstacles and create life-long habits of physical activity. 

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Marty Knake - Social Studies teacher., I like that there is somehting different with the kids everyday.MEET Harding's STAFF

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Marty Knake, Social Studies Teacher

Years at Harding -  33

What he loves about the job?

"There is something different going on with the kids every day and I love working with the staff."

 

Harding’s Program for Academic and Creative Talent (PACT) is to enhance and support the educational program and experience of high ability students to prepare them to become world-class learners and responsible citizens.

 

 

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Jean Paul - 8th-Grade I like that the ELL teachers help you with the subjects.

Julie Feltes - Administrative Support, "I like the staff and students I see everyday."MEET Harding's STAFF

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Julie Feltes, Administrative Support

Years at Harding -  10

Years at with CRCSD - 15

 

What she loves about the job?

"I like the staff and students I get to see everyday."

 

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Roughly ten-percent of Harding’s student population is an ELL (English Language Learner) student. In the five years since the program was introduced to the school it has welcomed and educated hundreds of students. 

 

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Jessica Wrage-Teacher Librarian, "I like that there is a great culture of reading at Harding."MEET Harding's STAFF

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Jessica Wrage, Teacher Librarian

Years at with CRCSD - 12

Years at Harding -  1 

What Makes Harding a Special Place to Be?

"There is a great culture of reading at Harding. Teachers from across all curriculums recommend reading."

 

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