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Welcome!

PDAP T-shirt design winner Arabella DeLeon

Imagine Math State Champions!

Team Scott

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Team Sphon

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Team Trantham

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Team Gonzalez

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Third Grade Team E. Garza

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Third Grade Team L. Martinez

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TTM Imagine Math After School Team

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Third Grade Team S. Salinas

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Third Grade Team L. Garza

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Welcome to Harveyville!

Harveyville!

Check out our "Harvey Jets" Facebook page!

Check out our A. D. Harvey Elementary YouTube page!

Harveyville Accelerated Reader Academy

Harveyville Charities (ARK Kennel Sponsorship $1,000)

Harveyville Assistant Librarians

Harveyville Fire Department and City of Kingsville Fire Chief

Kingsville PD and Mayor Ibanez, Mayor Pro-Tem Ortegon and City Secretary Barela!

Harveyville Singers and Dancers

Harveyville Singers and Dancers!

KIIITV3 Share Your Christmas Food Drive Regional Winner


KISD Volunteer of the Year, Tila Silguero (front row, center)

KIIITV Channel 3 Studio

Share Your Christmas Team I. DeLeon.  Harveyville donated over 5,500 items to the food pantry of Kingsville.


Thank you Walgreens for your donation!


Fire Prevention Week

Harveyville Second Grade

Harveyville Singers and Dancers 50's Week!

Harveyville Singers and Dancers 50's Week!

Harveyville Singers and Dancers 50's Week!

Beach to Bay "Teachers on the Run"


Pennies for Pets Campus Winner!


Harveyville Beach to Bay Team!

Harveyville Bully Awareness!

Harveyville Singers and Dancers 50's Week Awards Ceremonies! 

Harveyville Recycling Team getting ready to shoot their commercial!  Please join us in making a difference by taking your recycling items to the City of Kingsville Recycling Center located at 202 West Lee.  They even have after hour drop off!

Harveyville recess time!

Attendance incentive time!

Harveyville makes a difference in the world supporting St. Jude Children's Hospital!

Harveyville Recycling Team speaks to the KISD School Board.

Support Harveyville and the environment and join this third grade team by taking your items to the City of Kingsville Recycling Center located at 202 West Lee.  They even have after hour drop off!

Harveyville Singers and Dancers 50's Week!

Harveyville supports the H M King Brahmas!

Harveyville Post Office Postmasters and Mail Carriers visit the United States Post Office!

At Harveyville, we are too cool for drugs!

PreK4 Students enjoy participating in science experiments!  #Harveyville Science Academy

Welcome!

A. D. Harvey Elementary School is the academic home to about 450 students in PreK4-fourth grade.  Our dedicated teachers and staff are committed to the education of the whole student body through an environment that promotes an open line of communication throughout the entire school community.  Everyone works together to meet and exceed the educational requirements of the State of Texas. This commitment involves the goal of making each child’s experience safe, enjoyable, and stimulating.  We stress academic excellence through differentiated instruction and good character through extra-curricular service learning.
 
The students at Harvey Elementary are heterogeneously grouped.  Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies are the core academic focus areas for the students throughout the day.  Fine Arts, Music, Computer Literacy, and Physical Education/Health complete the academic offerings.  We continuously strive to make curricular improvements in order to meet the educational needs of all of our students.
 
Internet, including wireless access, is available in every classroom.  Many teachers are incorporating the use of technology by utilizing  multimedia presentations, and click-able worksheets throughout the curriculum.   Teachers are also utilizing many types of assistive technology for our special populations.  There are four modern computer labs available for students to use when accessing Happy Numbers Math, iStation Reading, Accelerated Reader, Living with Science Program, Think Through/Imagine Math, conducting research and completing class assignments, as well as a lab in the Harvey Library..  Students and staff are also excited to use the data projectors, smart boards, laptops, netbooks, and iPads throughout the school.
 
A full-time school counselor works with students daily, by listening, encouraging, supporting and helping the children to develop throughout their time in school.
 
Harvey is truly an educational community that emits a friendly and warm atmosphere.  It is a place where dedicated parents and professionals interact to positively influence the lives of the students.  A. D. Harvey Elementary School will continue to strive to give students the best education possible and to teach an appreciation for the value of every individual.
 
Thank you for visiting our school website. If you have any comments, questions, or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me at 592-5246 or email me at abarton@kingsvilleisd.com.  
 
Sincerely,
 
Dr. Abigayle Barton
 



Harvey News

Click here for access to Kingsville ISD Google Classrooms for Remote Learning, Academic Activities and Resources

Greetings KISD Community,

The KISD staff are creating Google Classrooms to conduct Remote Learning and distribute Academic Activities and Resources Click the headline above for instructions to access these Google Classrooms.

Paper copies for pre-Kindergarten through 8th Grade will be available during meal curbside service at the following locations:
• Gillett Intermediate School
• Harvey Elementary School
• Kleberg Elementary School
• Memorial Middle School

High School paper copies are only available at H.M. King during meal curbside service

We hope all of you are safe and well.

Once a Brahma always a Brahma!

Kingsville ISD will remain closed for both students and staff through Thursday, April 16th. Effectively, this will close campus operations through April 16th.

Dear Kingsville ISD Family,

I know the closure of schools is not easy for many of you. Logistics and schedules are hard to navigate right now. We are in unprecedented territory, and developments as they relate to the coronavirus (COVID-19) are evolving daily.

Kleberg County as well as the City of Kingsville have imposed limits on public gatherings to no more than 50. This includes schools and universities. On behalf of Kleberg County, Judge Madrid has expressed that “they are very sensitive to the burden this places on KISD. However, we have to ensure the safety of our children during this very critical time”. Judge Madrid has also shared that they are at our disposal with any resources KISD may need.

I want to be as transparent as possible with you, and I want to make decisions that will give families as much time as possible to plan. Kingsville ISD will remain closed for both students and staff through Thursday, April 16th. Effectively, this will close campus operations through April 16th. KISD hopes to re-open on April 17th. Currently, there is a professional development day scheduled on Friday, April 17th and classes will resume Monday, April 20th. I realize there are many spring events that students look forward to. There are field trips, proms, etc. I am sorry to say that events scheduled within the time of our closure are canceled. As far as graduation ceremonies, a decision cannot be made yet. It’s too early to determine how important events may be modified in the event of a prolonged closure. I will continue to closely monitor developments regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) and will make informed decisions based on guidance from local and state officials to include the CDC and local and state health agencies.

Professional staff will be working remotely. Teachers will continue to communicate with their classes via “Remind” and/or “ClassDoJo”. Plans are underway to develop both online lessons and instructional packets for those families who may not have devices or internet access. KISD will be providing instructional packets both in paper copies as well as digitally, beginning Monday, March 23rd. Digital copies of packets will be available at www.kingsvilleisd.com. Paper copies will be available during breakfast and lunch curbside service at the following locations:
• Gillett Intermediate School
• H.M. King High School
• Harvey Elementary School
• Kleberg Elementary School
• Memorial Middle School

Kingsville ISD will continue to provide free curbside breakfast and lunch to children ages 3 to 19, from Tuesday, March 17th through Friday, April 17th. Breakfast will be available from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and lunch will be available from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. while supplies last daily. One meal per child will be available to children in the car.

In an abundance of caution to keep our community healthy, KISD asks individuals to stay in their vehicle while picking up to-go meals. Buildings will remain closed during the curbside service. For more information regarding breakfast and lunch, please call (361) 595-8678 from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

While we cannot require students and families to stay in the Kingsville area, we strongly recommend doing so to help ensure a safe environment when schools reopen. I urge everyone to follow all CDC, Center for Disease Control guidelines to minimize the spread of contagious illnesses. The coronavirus is thought to be spread via person-to-person contact through contaminated air droplets from coughing and sneezing by an infected person.

My commitment to you is that when decisions are made, I will share them with you as quickly as I can. I know this is a time of extreme uncertainty, and I will try to ease your concerns with factual, up-to-date information. I will continue to provide official updates as needed on the KISD website www.kingsvilleisd.com and as wells as the District Facebook account at https://www.facebook.com/Kingsville-Independent-School-District.

Thank you for your support of our district, our schools, our students and our teachers and staff.

Sincerely,

Kamara Adams, Interim Superintendent

Kingsville ISD will provide free curbside breakfast and lunch to children ages 3 to 19.

Dear Kingsville ISD Family,

Kingsville ISD will provide free curbside breakfast and lunch to children ages 3 to 19. KISD Food Services will offer free curbside meals Tuesday, March 17, through Friday, March 20. Breakfast will be available from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and lunch will be available from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Meals will be available while supplies last.

Meals will be given to children ages 3 to 19. One meal per child will be available to children in the car. Adults may not pick up meals for children who are not present.

In an abundance of caution to keep our community healthy, KISD asks individuals to stay in their vehicle while picking up to-go meals. Buildings will remain closed during the curbside service.

Curbside locations are at the following campuses:
• Gillett Intermediate School
• H.M. King High School
• Harvey Elementary School
• Kleberg Elementary School
• Memorial Middle School

For more information, please call (361) 595-8678 from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Thank you for your support of our district, our schools, our students and our teachers and staff.

Sincerely,

Kamara Adams, Interim Superintendent

Kingsville ISD will extend spring break for both students and staff ...

Kingsville ISD will extend spring break for both students and staff through Friday, March 20, 2020. Currently, classes will resume Monday, March 23, 2020

All UIL sanctioned contests has been suspended through March 29, 2020.

The administrative team will meet Monday, March 16, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. to determine next steps. All employees are asked to stay in the area, as I will be calling you in to work at times next week. All staff will be paid for days missed next week.

The only official source of information will be the KISD website at www.kingsvilleisd.com.

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