Welcome to Harriet Tubman Village Charter, Empowering Heads, Hearts, and Hands Through Education. Now Enrolling TK-8th grade for the 2017-2018 school year.

Harriet Tubman Village Charter School

News and Announcements

Clothing and Shoe Drive Event

HTVCS has organized a Clothing and Shoe Drive for our students in need. Please come Saturday Oct. 28th from 10-1pm and donate gently used children's clothing. A pancake breakfast will be served for people who choose to participate.
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Bully and Drug Free Month of October

October is a month that recognizes two very important issues- Anti-Bullying and Preventing Drug Abuse. We will be reminding our students of these issues this month with counselor guidance lessons, classroom activities, and school wide initiatives. Students can show their support for the cause during our Friday Spirit Days this month. Check out the flyer for more information.
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PTC Movie Night Fundraiser! (Moana)

Join us for our PTC Movie Night Fundraiser here at Harriet Tubman Village Charter School on Friday Oct. 6th from 6-8pm. All proceeds will go to school programming that supports the needs of our students and teachers.
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FabLab Reveal and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Join us at the FabLab Reveal and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at 4:30pm on Friday Sept. 29th onthe lower field! There will be speeches by staff and stakeholders, words from The Northrop Grumman Foundation, a certificate presented by a representative of Congresswomen Susan Davis, a ribbon cutting ceremony, and tours of the new FabLab space! We will provide food, refreshments, and a bouncy house for students in attendance. See you there! Also, click on this link to see NBC News coverage of the event!
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Tubman's Heat Index Temperature Policy

With temperatures expected to reach 90+ degrees this week, Tubman has put the following procedures into place regarding heat index:

1. Physical Education will be held in the auditorium (where it is air conditioned) for the entire day if heat index is above 90 degrees

2. Students and teachers have been instructed to drink plenty of water

3. Activities for lunch and afternoon recess will be determined based on conditions at that time

4. Students are encouraged to bring containers of water to school during hot weather

5. Students are asked to dress in lightweight clothing that is in keeping with their school dress codes

6. Please also make sure to apply sunscreen to your child before school, as school staff are not permitted to apply it

7. If your child has a medical condition that may be compromised by exposure to high temperatures, you may keep your child at home or arrange for an early release. We will work out a plan for your child so they can work for home (if needed)

Please feel free to contact the office if you have any questions or concerns.
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School Supply List

Here is the basic school supply list for all grades. Your classroom teachers may also give you a specific wish list for their classrooms and programs.
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