Mrs. Bixler’s class was inspired by Ellen DeGeneres’ selfie from the Oscars. Here is their version!
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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
Dancers from the Ballet Quad Cities visited to teach the students in first grade more about the ballet. Open this to see a slide show of their visit. The first graders will be attending “The Ugly Duckling” ballet soon.
“Do you want to know some thing, Cayla?” asks Hagen.
“Sure,” replied Cayla.
“Here it is, Cayla! Mrs. Holbrook just won a contest with her phone! How, you might ask? Well, here it is! So one day she signed up for a contest called The Mobile Photography Award, under the Macro Category! Macro Category is a close-up picture category. The
Round up, Harrison students, because this story will definitely make you feel all warm and snuggly inside. On Wednesday, January 15, it’s the one and only Pajama Day! On this day you can wear your favorite pajamas and maybe even bring a warm pair of slippers! Feel free to have crazy pajamas, (just not too crazy!) Remember, it’s also Popcorn
Sorry about the delay on the skating party. We have changed the date to Tuesday, December 10, just for you students! The reason we had to change the time is we had our party scheduled at the same time last week as Adams School’s party.
Hagen says, “That’s CRAZY to delay the party, but they did have a good reason
Round up, Harrison students, because this crazy story has all the buttery info you’ll want to hear. On Wednesday, December 11, we are having a crazy hair and popcorn day all bundled into one. For crazy hair day you can do anything you want to do to your hair to make it as creative as possible. You might want to
Round up, Harrison readers, because you’ll want to hear this cute and funny story! Wednesday, November 13th, the second graders performed their readers’ theater for their parents. Their stories were in the theme of spooky stories. These stories are supposed to help with their fluency and performing in front of others. The second graders were adorable! Hope you enjoyed hearing
Round up, Harrison students, because this story includes a lot of inside information from a student at this school! Not too long ago the second graders went on a field trip to the Hauberg Museum and we wanted to join in on the fun! We interviewed second grade student, Elsie Hahn, and she shared quite a bit with us. She
Veterans and active duty servicemen and women were invited to Harrison School so we could honor them for Veterans’ Day. The North High School Honor Guard presented the colors.
Cayla adds: Howdy, Harrison readers! You better saddle up for a new and improved story! Monday, November 11th, there was no school because it was Veterans Day. Veterans Day