Harrison third graders participated in the American Red Cross Pillowcase Project. This program is to help students understand what to expect and how to stay safe during severe weather and other emergency situations. Students were provided with basic information about an emergency that is most likely to happen where they live and instruct them in the key protective actions. All
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The first graders had a fun day learning about nature at the Wapsi Valley Nature Center.
Harrison wishes to congratulate the winners of this year’s HUG award which is an award given to those who serve our schools through their inspiring acts of kindness, hard work, and passion for helping our students. Art teacher Laura Carter, music teacher Mary Beth Riewerts, and paraeducator Susan Hansen were nominated by their co-workers. Parent volunteers Tanya Palkoner and Bree
Harrison 5th grade students presented their science projects at the district’s Showcase of Learning on Saturday, May 17. Congratulations on a great job. Open this to see a slideshow.
Ronald McDonald visited the kindergarteners on Thursday, April 17.
Mrs. Bixler’s class was inspired by Ellen DeGeneres’ selfie from the Oscars. Here is their version!
Guess what? On March 4 at 7:00 there was a concert for band! There were instruments of all kinds. The 5th graders played First Down March, Our Band Plays Bingo, and Power Rock! Then the 6th graders played March Majestic, The Monster in the Closet, last they played Between Wind and Water! 7th and 8th graders played Rainforest Rhapsody, and