Harriet Tubman Charter 2015-2016
Harriet Tubman Charter School celebrates 5 years of putting scholars on the path to college.
Congrats to Harriet Tubman Staff and Students!
In 2011, Tubman was a failing school. The charter was revoked and given to Crescent City Schools as a new operator. In the four years since takeover, Harriet Tubman Charter School staff and students have made huge progress, now ranking the 5th highest-performing school in the district. Congratulations to Harriet Tubman staff and students!
Harriet Tubman Charter 2014-2015
What makes our school magic? Take a look and see.
Harriet Tubman Charter 2013-2014
In our 2014 end-of-year video, we get to see exactly how our students see their teachers.
We R Who We R
Harriet Tubman Charter School staff and scholars celebrate the uniqueness of being us.
In our classrooms, we have high expectations for student engagement and academic performance. Here, you see a typical classroom on our Teal Team (5th and 6th grade).
K-1-2 Multi-Age Classroom
See a multi-age classroom at work! Here, you’ll see the reading block with differentiated learning for a variety of groups, as well as scholars working independently.
International Binder Week
Each year at Harriet Tubman Charter, students and staff celebrate personal organization in International Binder Week. This video features two binder fashion shows, the desk fairy, a K-1-2 bin parade, and plenty of love for keeping ourselves organized.
Red Team Meeting
Our weekly Red Team meetings gather all the 3rd and 4th graders for songs, values lessons, and awards for achievement. Here, you’ll see a red team meeting focused on the growth mindset.
We work hard and play hard too. Tubman staff ham it up on Field Day.