Three examples of the multitude of learning happening today. Did you know that our high schoolers interested in education have the opportunity to spend an hour of their day at Larson, working with students and teachers? Also pictured are mathematicians working with Mrs. Romanowski, and our secondary science teachers learning together around student engagement. #HornetPride
Homecoming is next week! Check each school's individual page for spirit week themes.
September HHS "What's Buzzin" https://www.canva.com/design/DAFtxHplZTg/VA5ZfbVqneTT5v0md6H-vw/edit?utm_content=DAFtxHplZTg&utm_campaign=designshare&utm_medium=link2&utm_source=sharebutton
Tomorrow (Wednesday) is picture day for the Hive and the High School. PreK, Larson, and the Middle School have picture day on October 10.
Larson Elementary is looking for 3 Academic Interventionists. Please see job post for application information.
Larson Elementary is looking for a Special Education Paraprofessional. Please see job post for application information.
Harrison Middle School is looking for coaches for 7th Grade Girls Basketball, 7th Grade Boys Basketball, 8th Grade Girls Basketball and 8th Grade Boys Basketball. Please see postings for application information.
Reminder on upcoming important dates: -- Picture day at the HS and Hive: September 27 -- Half Day for students (teachers have professional learning in the afternoon): October 3 -- Picture day at preK, Larson, and MS: October 10 -- Half day for students (parent/guardian conferences with teachers in afternoon and evening): October 12 -- Half day for students and staff: October 13
Happy Constitution Day! Your child celebrated in class on Friday, or will tomorrow, since the day fell over the weekend. https://ed.ted.com/lessons/who-made-the-american-constitution-judy-walton
Congratulations to Ethan Wallace! #HornetPride
The HHS Junior Class is hosting a Parent Night Out event and would like to invite Harrison district students ages 4-12 to come have some fun! This is a fundraiser for Prom! There will be planned events for your child/children, and they will be in great hands with the Junior Class Advisors as well the amazing Student Body.
Harrison Community Schools is looking for a 2nd Grade Teacher and a Middle School Social Studies Teacher. Please see postings for application information.
The 2023 HHS HHS Play proudly announces that the auditions for "The Odd Couple" by Neil Simon are just around the corner. Please see the attached details if interested. We are holding TWO audition dates, but you only need to attend one and sign ups are on the auditorium doors. This is for 9th-12th grader HHS students
YEARBOOKS: HHS still has several purchased yearbooks that have not been collected. If a buyer wishes to have a sibling or friend pick the book up on a buyers behalf, please contact the office or Mrs. Blystone at email@example.com to provide written permission. We need permission to release the book to someone other than the caregivers and the original buyer. We will have a few extra to sell if you still want a yearbook and the cost is $50.00. There is a waiting list, so please contact Mrs. Blystone if interested.
Happy Friday, Hornet Nation! Please click to read the latest issue of "All the Buzz." https://www.smore.com/fp92m
Harrison Community Schools is looking for a Preschool Paraprofessional and a Middle School Special Education Teacher. Please see job posts for application information.
Please consider volunteering this Saturday, September 9th at the Clare County Fairgrounds in Harrison. Remember to bring a safety vest and/or box cutter if you have them. Volunteers (age 14 and up), with the ability to lift and carry food multiple times to load food into vehicles, are needed from 9:00 a.m. until early afternoon. For more information, please send an email to Clarecofood@gmail.com. Community service credits are available.
Our Hornets receive one free breakfast and one free lunch per day at school without worrying about qualifying based on income. While that is exciting, we still need everyone to complete and return the "Education Benefits Form". The eligibility determinations from the submitted forms are used for much more than meals -- state at-risk funding calculations, local distribution of Title I funding, and waiving testing fees. If you have already returned your form, thank you! If you have not done so yet, please try to do it next week.