3rd grade enjoyed a visit from Ballet Quad Cities as they get ready to attend a performance of The Nutcracker Ballet.
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4th and 5th grade students participated in the year’s first band and orchestra concert. They did a great job!
The Harrison Harmony Choir presented a program of Disney movie and Broadway tunes. They had a dress rehearsal during the day for the other students. Then they had a program at night for their families.
It was a beautiful day for our Veterans’ Day Program. Our special guests were veterans and current military personnel with ties to Harrison students. The choir from Wood and the Central JROTC honor guard joined us to add to the celebration. A poem was read by students. Our special guests introduced themselves, telling which branch of the military they had served with. Then their Harrison students joined them. A reception was held and pictures were taken by our Wall of Honor.
Second graders brightened up the day for our next-door neighbors at the Lutheran Home when they shared some songs with them.
Our head custodian, Brad Lange, always makes us a unique decoration for our school theme. This year he made a jeep with animals. We love it! You can see it in our library.
Harrison students assisted North High students in their food drive. We collected 2400 items!
One of our students was definitely ready to go on a safari! We appreciate his enthusiasm.
Students participated in a cross-country run where different areas were labeled to go along with our school’s safari theme. They ran through the forest, the swamp, the Sahara Desert, and many other areas. The run was organized by our specials teachers, Mrs. Foley, Mr. Fisher, Mrs. Snarr, Mrs. Koch, and Mrs. Riewerts. These pictures were taken during the kindergarten run.