Learning Continues During School Closure

The closing of school affects all students differently.  Our main priority at Harbor Springs Public Schools is doing our best to ensure that all of our students’ needs are met, beginning with basic needs (such as food) as well as social and emotional.  Having said that, the Governor’s Executive Order mandates that schools provide alternative modes of learning for the remainder of the school year.  We are formulating a plan that will be announced shortly that formalizes learning and adds structure.  This will be required for all students.  
HSPS Helpdesk available during shutdown. 
If you have a technology issue with a school issued MacBook or iPad, please contact the HSPS helpdesk. We will arrange for a time and location for the device to be dropped off so that we may work on it. The best way to contact the helpdesk is via email to If chargers are needed for iPads, please contact the superintendent to pick up a charger.

Elementary Learning Options

  • Elementary K-5 Music
  • K-5: All using iReady instructional modules for both Reading and Math.
  • Most teachers are also using apps like Raz kids or Epic. These apps allow students to access books at their level and have follow up comprehension questions for each book.
  • Teachers also sent paper copies of materials home for students to work on. They continue to update parents on new resources as they become available.
  • World Book Early Learning (K-3)
  • Scholastic Learn at Home
  • Audible Stories

Middle School Learning Options

  • 5th Grade – in addition to iReady (Math and Reading)
  • Accelerated Reader (ELA)
  • StemScopes (Science),
  • TCI (Social Studies)
  • ALEKS (Math),
  • Band – Smart Music
  • Music Production: – Garage Band and a number of other things listed on website and sent to students
  • Art – Sent home packets/art kits
  • Learning Express School Center
  • Scholastic Learn at Home
  • Audible Stories

High School Learning Options