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Janice Jackson, Principal

I am excited to welcome you to a new school year! Harlan Elementary is “A Great Place to Learn”.  Our school provides a welcoming and stimulating environment where students are actively engaged in a standards-based curriculum. We value parental involvement and believe that collaboration amongst parents and teachers ensure students have academic success.

Janice Jackson
jjackson@florencek12.org
Principal

256-768-2700
256-768-3033


Jessica Byrd, Assistant Principal

Parents, we are excited to welcome you to Harlan Elementary School this year! At Harlan, our faculty and staff work hard to ensure your student's success in the classroom by focusing on student engagement. We want every student to learn something each and every day. By partnering with you, the parent, we are able to make an impact in the life of your child. I look forward to working with each of you in the year to come. If I can be of any help, please contact me.

Jessica Byrd
jbyrd@florencek12.org
Assistant Principal
 

 
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