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  • Harrison Elementary School
    Principal: Lisa Baxter
    1032 W. 53rd Street
    Davenport, Iowa 52806
    Phone: (563) 391-3113
    FAX: (563) 468-4201

  • News, Events, and Announcements

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    Student Hunger Drive

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    Harrison students and families are helping North High students collect food for the Student Hunger Drive. Our families have been especially generous this year. As of Wednesday, October 21, we had collected over 2500 food items that filled over 55 boxes. And we still have until October 31 to bring in more food. The area food

    Firefighters Visit Harrison

    The kindergarten and first grade classes learned a lot about fire safety when members of the Davenport Fire Department came to talk to them. Then they went outside and learned all about the fire truck.

     

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    Mo Mallard visits Harrison!

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    Mo Mallard, the mascot for the Mallards hockey team, came for our Olweus kickoff. Olweus is our anti-bullying program. These are the four rules of the program:

    1. We will not bully others.
    2. We will help students who are bullied.
    3. We will include students who are left out.
    4. If we know that somebody is being bullied, we

    Visiting Artists on November 4

    Sweet Plantain will be visiting Harrison on November 4. Visit their website to learn more about them.

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    North High Homecoming Parade

    Many Harrison students and their families walked in the North High Homecoming Parade. We were led by a pickup decorated with signs about our superhero theme. It was a fun night!

     

     

    2014-2015 Annual Anti-bullying Anti-harassment Public Statement

    As we begin a new school year, the District’s Board of Education and Superintendent wish to remind District students, parents/guardians, staff, and volunteers that harassment and bullying of students is against the law and District policy. The District will not tolerate harassment or bullying of students based on the student’s actual or perceived traits or characteristics, including: age, color, creed,