School activities provide fun, engaging ways for Harney students to be involved in their school and with their classmates. Take a look at the activities we currently offer. You might find the perfect fit for your child. And don’t forget to check back for updates!

Athletics

Athletics are a fun way for students to learn sportsmanship and get exercise. Girls and boys in fourth and fifth grades can participate in volleyball, basketball and track at Harney.

Student Council recycling

The Student Council recycles all paper products in our building.

Stingers

Our fourth- and fifth-graders learn library skills and work in our library during lunch recess.

Spanish Camp/Campo Español

Campo Español provides Harney’s Spanish Immersion students with enriching, fun activities over the summer. The camp helps students main their Spanish oral-fluency levels and literacy skills. Students also are immersed in Latino culture and experience music, visual arts and theater.

Space is limited to 30 students. Registration is first-come, first-served. Space is reserved with a full payment. The office staff will keep registration and payment records.

How to register: Complete the registration form (front and back) and return it with the registration fee to the school office. A separate registration form must be completed for each student.

Student Leadership

Harney’s fourth- and fifth-grade students can apply for the Student Leadership Team. The team of motivated students is responsible for announcements and school-spirit activities. The team meets during lunch. Counselor Lisa Mendez is in charge of the team.

Parent activities

La Plaza

La Plaza is an adult and family night-school program. Parents can participate in English classes while their children attend Homework Club or preschool-preparation classes.

As its mission states, La Plaza provides “access to various educational opportunities and informational services for our citizens living in Vancouver, Washington, that can change the lives of their current and future families.” La Plaza was developed to involve the entire family in order affect change in the community.