Shrey Pothini, a sixth grader at Harriet Bishop Elementary School in Savage, will be one of four people to receive a "Be the Change" award from Hands on Twin Cities at this year's Volunteer Expo at the Mall of America on Feb. 27.
Parents are invited to learn more about the magnet program at Harriet Bishop Gifted & Talented Elementary School at two upcoming information meetings. Slated for 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 23 and Jan. 11, the meetings will provide information about how the magnet program works, qualification requirements, and how instruction is delivered to meet the unique needs of gifted students.
Dear HB Families,
Once again this year, parents have the opportunity to meet directly with Principal Nesvig for a brief conference to discuss their child's strengths and weaknesses, as well as what classroom environmental factors they feel are most important.
Harriet Bishop 6th graders participated in the 6th Grade Math Masters competition on March 6 at Lakeville South High School along with 160 individuals and 33 teams from ISD191 and neighboring districts.
Matthew Feraru, a sixth grade student at Harriet Bishop Elementary School in Savage, has qualified to compete at the state level of the National Geographic Bee.
Matthew won the school competition earlier this year and then completed a qualifying test through the National Geographic Society. Only the top 100 students in Minnesota were selected to participate in the state bee.
Any day is a good day to promote community and celebrate service, but Saturday, April 18 will be an exceptional day to do that in the city of Savage thanks to the efforts of Shrey Pothini, a fifth grader at Harriet Bishop Elementary School.