Harmon Elementary School

1861 Gantz Road | Grove City, Ohio 43123

Phone: (614) 801-8150 | Fax: (614) 272-1249 | Attendance: (614) 801-8920

Michael Wang, Principal

The 2020-2021 School Year begins REMOTELY

on Thursday, August 27, 2020

To access SWCSD's Back-to-School website, please CLICK HERE.

To leave a voicemail in a teachers mailbox :

1. Call (614) 801-3190.

2. Enter the teacher's mailbox number.

If you don't know the mailbox number, you can search the directory by the teacher's last name.

Click the red bar above entitled "Teacher Telephone Extensions" to access the directory.


The most recent information regarding school closings, and electronic teaching and learning can be found on the homepage of our district Website at www.swcsd.us. Thank you for your patience as we work to keep our students safe and learning.

Beginning of Year Information

Dear South-Western Families,

In our most recent conversation with Columbus Public Health and Franklin County Public Health, they shared current COVID-19 information. The positivity rates, case counts, and trendlines are not conducive to opening schools in a hybrid model. They are recommending a continuing trend of decreasing rates before blended learning takes place. In alignment with this guidance, we will be starting the 2020-2021 school year in a 100% remote learning model. For all practical purposes, our operations will mirror the protocols that existed in May and June.

Our instructional delivery models we have been preparing for will not need to change. We fundamentally believe that our students and schools will experience face-to-face learning at some point throughout the 2020-2021 school year. If you have any concerns about your child attending school in a face-to-face learning environment at any point during the school year or if this is not feasible for your family, please take advantage of the opportunity to sign your child(ren) up for our South-Western Virtual Learning Academy by August 7.

This will be a fluid situation and making the decisions regarding when to transition between learning scenarios is not easy, but we will continue to consider all of the guidance and data available to us. The time period in which we enter the different face-to-face learning scenarios will depend upon various local data points, circumstances, and agency recommendations at that particular point in time.

We recognize the anxiety and frustration this situation is causing. Our goal is to provide an optimal learning environment without compromising the health and safety of students and staff. More information will be provided over the next few weeks as we continue to keep you informed during this ever-changing time.

Stay healthy. Stay safe.

Dr. Bill Wise, Superintendent


Congratulations 4th Grade Class of 2020!!

Good luck next year!

Harmon Elementary Receives the Momentum Award for Third Consecutive Year.

Harmon Elementary is the only elementary school in Franklin County to receive the Momentum Award three times.

The Momentum Award is presented by the State Board of Education and recognizes schools for exceeding expectations in student growth for the year. Schools must earn straight A's on all Value-Added measures on the report card. The school or district must have at least two Value-Added subgroups of students, which include gifted, lowest 20% in achievement, and students with disabilities.