Superintendent's Town Hall Meeting on Monday, November 30th from 6:30-7:30 PM.
Mr. Behrmann will host a virtual town hall meeting. The audience will be able to ask questions via chat mode. Participants will be limited to the first 100, but the session will be recorded.
Click here for the Zoom Webinar link and enter Password: 500783
Welcome to Harbor Springs Public Schools!
As one of the finest school districts in Michigan, Harbor Springs Public Schools has earned a reputation of providing excellence with a focus on the three A’s: Academics, Athletics, and the Arts. The following are key factors which make our schools a desired district of choice: Top-ranked SAT Scores, an optimal size district where faculty and staff can connect with every student and parent, a highly qualified, caring and dedicated faculty and staff, an open and inviting school climate where parent involvement is welcome and appreciated. Harbor Springs Public Schools is supported by a prideful community and features outstanding facilities. Its schools are situated in one of the most beautiful areas in Michigan.
HSPS thanks the community for its support of our schools by approving the operating and sinking fund millage renewals!
Operating Millage Renewal:
Yes = 3705 (75.7%)
No = 1187 (24.3%)
Sinking Fund Replacement:
Yes = 3251 (66.6%)
NO = 1629 (33.4%)
Regular Board Meeting
Monday, December 14, 2020
Large Group Instruction Room
Harbor Springs Middle School
800 State St.
Harbor Springs, MI 49740
- November 23: Blackbird Child Care Center reopens
- November 9-December 1: 2nd Semester registration window for face-to-face or online learning changes/registration is open
- November 18-December 8: High School In-person Instruction Closed
- November 25-27: No School – Thanksgiving Break
- November 30: Virtual Town Hall Meeting with Superintendent – check back for link prior to the Town Hall
- December 19-January 3: Winter Break
- January 4: School Resumes
Title IX Policy
The Board of Education of the Harbor Springs Public School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its education program or activity, and is required by Title IX and is implementing regulations not to discriminate in such a manner. The requirement not to discriminate in its education program or activity extends to admission and employment. The Board has adopted a grievance process that provides for the prompt and equitable resolution of student and employee complaints alleging any action that is prohibited by Title IX and/or its implementing regulations. Click here for information regarding the Title IX grievance process and the District Title IX Coordinators.
Free Lunch/Breakfast for all Students
HSPS is providing free lunch and breakfast to all students regardless of family income due to the extension of the National School Lunch Program waivers for all schools. The program is in effect for the entire 2020-21 school year.
The program is available to students who are enrolled in face-to-face or online learning or any community members 18 and under. Online students (and/or parents) or other non-school community members may come to the Middle School loop daily from 9:30-10:00 AM to receive lunches. If this timeframe is not convenient, please contact food service director Steve McDiarmid to make other arrangements.
PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports) in action!
What is School-wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports? School-wide PBIS is a multi-tiered framework to make schools more effective places. It establishes a social culture and the behavior supports needed to improve social, emotional, behavioral, and academic outcomes for all students. Our elementary schools highlight aspects of PBIS in their wonderful homemade videos! Check out RESPONSIBILITY!
Elementary Celebrates Mini-Festival of the Book!
Even though Festival of the Book was canceled this year due to COVID, our elementary schools celebrated a “Mini-Festival of the Book Week” from November 9-13. The week was filled with the wonderful authors that were scheduled to visit and some incredible enrichment activities. We are very thankful to the many donors who purchased books for each of our students! Be sure to view the video!
Frequently Needed Information
Any group or organization that wishes to use a room or facility is asked to complete a “Facilities Use Form” by using the link below. Requests must be received a minimum of ONE WEEK prior to the requested date. Facilities Rules and Regulations Facilities Use Form
Many families are unaware that they may be eligible for free or reduced price meals for their children. Please view the application below and apply at any time during the school year. 2020-21 Free and Reduced Meal Free and Reduced Questions and Answers (Income Eligibility) Apply Online for Free and Reduced Meals