We'll see you back on Monday, April 3!
Yesterday, our girls track team competed at an indoor meet at SVSU. 35 teams and 1,000 participants were in attendance! Even with nerves at such a big event, our team represented well. #HornetPride
"All the Buzz" 3.22.23 issue is available here: https://www.smore.com/71q0h #HornetPride
Our Hornets (and future educators) are representing well at the CGRESD CTE Reverse Job Fair! #HornetPride
Here it is! The 2023/2024 School Year Calendar!
Scientists from the high school and Larson came together to dissect worms!
We remain so grateful to our community for their support of our past bonds. This beautiful, multipurpose space at Hillside functions as a School Board Meeting Room, a physical fitness space for student athletes and staff, and a teacher collaboration environment.
If you or anyone you know will be enrolling a kindergartner for Fall 2023, please plan on attending this informational meeting. #HornetNationClassOf2036
Calling all Harrison alums! Please take a few moments to fill out the alum survey as we seek to improve the PreK-12 experience: https://forms.gle/3PkrpoEEzMGHL3NH7
Larson fifth graders learned with two Dow engineers this morning - Rahda Weiler and Christine Mason (HHS Class of 2015). #WomenInSTEM #HornetPride
Good luck to our Stingers of Steel over the next three days! https://www.clarecountycleaver.net/stories/hhs-stingers-of-steel-team-readies-new-robot,29182
The latest issue of "All the Buzz" is here: https://www.smore.com/09whd So many great things are happening in #HornetNation!
Congratulations to our sophomores, juniors, and seniors who were honored last evening at the Academic Letter Awards!
Our middle and high school musicians are at a band festival in Alcona today! Sight-reading and stage performances are pictured here. #HornetPride
Today and all days, we appreciate our social workers!
Come join the Stingers of Steel on Saturday, March 4, for an open house! Between 1-3 pm, in the high school cafeteria, you can meet the team and the bot. Show your #HornetPride.
Good morning, Over the last few days I have been monitoring the projected weather for tomorrow, Friday. The models are all over the place, some with little snow predicted and others with a lot. Most of them do agree on a start time for the snow: 2:00 pm. With safety first in mind, I have consulted with our bus director to ensure that if we planned for a half day, we could get all bus routes in and buses returned to the garage before 2:00 pm. I have also spoken with our food service director because we will be serving lunch as we do on other half days. I do believe that we can safely transport students to and from school tomorrow on a half-day schedule. I know half days are not always easy on families, especially with younger students who need an adult at home in order to be dropped off by the bus, so I wanted to give you as much notice as possible. MS/HS dismissal: 11:30 am Larson dismissal: 11:45 am It is possible that you may see other districts around us making different choices. If you have any questions, please let me know. Judy Walton Superintendent