Our purpose is to create a safe environment where students are inspired to be lifelong learners and where everyone makes a difference.
Students who rise above;
Teachers who go beyond.
Harbor City Elementary
Welcome to a new and exciting school year! It is the intent of Harbor City's administration and staff to keep you well informed concerning our students, the school, and the community. Research shows that parent involvement is high on the list of factors contributing to student success in school. Our goal is to work with you to provide the best possible education for your child.
We feel parents are our partners in the important job of educating the children of this community. Show you are interested and concerned--Be There. Become a volunteer, actively participate in our Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO), or join us for School Advisory Council (SAC) meetings. At home, take time each day to inquire about experiences at school. Ask about homework assignments. Your consistent interest in your child's progress and personal development in school will motivate him/her to want to learn.
Home and school, working together as a team, will make the school year a very successful one for your child. We are looking forward to a wonderful and productive year at Harbor City Elementary.
Christine Boyd, Principal
Ms. Boyd grew up on the west coast. She earned her bachelor's and master's degree from California State, Fullerton. Ms. Boyd was a teacher, assistant principal, and principal in California. After moving to Florida, she went back into the classroom for a year and a half, worked as an assistant principal for a year, at Croton Elementary, and then moved into a principalship at Quest Elementary. She is thrilled to be joining the Harbor City family and is proud to be a dolphin!
Ms. Boyd has been an educator for the past twenty-seven years. She has experience teaching grades 2-5th and being a title-one teacher. Ms. Boyd’s desire to positively impact the lives of her students, their families and the staff has guided her journey in education. She looks forward to an amazing school year at Harbor City.
Tami Lanterman, Assistant Principal
Ms. Lanterman was born and raised in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania where Groundhog Day is celebrated on February 2nd, and attended schools there. She earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Education from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania and moved to Florida. While teaching in Brevard, she earned a Master of Science Degree in Education and an Educational Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University.
Ms. Lanterman has been an educator for the past thirty-eight years with Brevard Public Schools. The first seventeen years were teaching grades K-6, and her administrative experiences are shaped by twenty-one years of successful leadership as an Elementary Assistant Principal. Deciding to become an administrator came from her strong desire to make a positive impact on the entire school community as well as to help teachers and students move further into the 21st Century.
Harbor City Elementary School
1377 Sarno Road
Melbourne, FL 32935-5295
PH: (321) 254-5534
FAX: (321) 877-0989
7:30 am - Students permitted on campus and breakfast is served
Arrival Bell Schedule
1st Bell- 7:45 a.m. Admit to Class
2nd Bell- 8:00 a.m. Tardy Bell--Parent/Guardian must escort student(s) to administrative office to obtain a tardy slip after 8:00 a.m.
Dismissal Bell Schedule
1st call: Bus Riders
2nd call: Bikers, Walkers, and Park & Walk, Day Care Vans/Brevard After School
3rd call: Car Riders