We envision Harahan Elementary School to be a learning institution where a variety of instructional strategies and tools are used to meet the needs of our students with support of all stakeholders.

Recent News

Pre-K Registration

The Jefferson Parish Public School System (JPPSS) will accept applications for its 2015-2016 pre-kindergarten program from Tuesday, February 24, 2015 to Friday, February 27, 2015. Students whose last name begins with A-M may apply on February 24 or February 26. Students whose last name begins with N-Z may apply on February 25 or February 27. […]

February News

Interim Reports will be sent home on Friday, February 6th. Join us for our annual Mardi Gras Parade on Friday, February 13th at 2:00 p.m. Mardi Gras break will take place from Monday, February 16th through Friday, February 20th.    

Parent Luncheon & December News

December News: Parent Luncheon is Thursday, December 11th. Come at your child’s scheduled lunch time. Please pay at the door (limited 2 tickets). Students must eat at their scheduled lunch times. They will not be permitted to miss class to eat at another period. Winter Dress Code: Turtlenecks may be work under the uniform shirt. […]

November Announcements

As the colder weather is approaching, please remember that only red sweatshirts and red fleece jackets may be worn at school. Interim Reports will go home on Friday, November 14th. Fall Break will be held November 24th-28th. There will be no Holiday Child Care. Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving!    

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Spirit Week

This week is spirit week at Harahan! Bring $1.00 each day to participate and support United Way! Pajama Day Monday Crazy Hair Day Tuesday Wild West Wednesday 80’s Day Thursday Dress Down Friday

Upcoming District Events

Welcome to Harahan Elementary!

Home of the Hawks

Soar high with the HAWKS!

*Students need to report to school each day by 8:40 and not check out prior to 3:35.

*Students should come prepared to be active participants in the learning process.

*Parents, continue to check your child's folder each night for notices and homework assignments.

*Make reading with your child for 15 minutes a part of your daily routine.

*Call and/or e-mail teachers when necessary.

Upcoming School Events