Harper Creek Community Schools received the Silver Whole Child Award from the Michigan Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD). The program identifies schools that have created school cultures with programs that exemplify the ten components of the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) model. These components are Health Education, Physical Education and Physical Activity, Nutrition Environment and Services, Health Services, Counseling Psychological and Social Services, Social and Emotional Climate, Physical Environment, Employee Wellness, Family Engagement, and Community Involvement. 

A selection committee reviewed applying schools’ applications and verified supporting evidence to determine the award winners. 

HCCS received an award, several books that support the WSCC initiative, and a check that will be used to further support practices in place in our schools.

Harper Creek Community Schools Bond Proposal

Vote May 7, 2024

$24 M for Facility Improvements

0.6 Mill Increase From Current Debt Levy

Harper's Unsung Hero - Thom Shipley

Thom Shipley experienced great success as a high school baseball player. He was blessed with the opportunity to play Division One college baseball and even spent a summer season as a teammate of Baseball  Hall of Famer Derek Jeter, on an all-star high school baseball team. He had aspirations of playing professionally but injuries cut his dreams short. His story shows us that happiness is there for the taking even when things don’t go as planned.

Harper's Unsung Hero - Sarah Piotrowski

Sarah knew early on that she wanted to be a teacher. As a little girl she spent hours playing school at home. Read her story and learn of her journey that has led her to Sonoma Elementary as a teacher for students with emotional impairments. Every day she creates a safe and accepting environment for some of our most vulnerable children.