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New Facility Update

Harrison Hills City Schools New PK-12
Construction Update

• Drywall is going up through the offices throughout the new building

• The cafeteria continues to have work completed.

• The roof to the elementary wing is being installed.

• Metal stud framing, plumbing, HVAC and electrical rough-in at the high school wing

• Brick veneer installation at the high school wing

• Drywall installation and finishing in the mechanical areas and administration area

• Glass window installation at the gymnasiums

• Fireproofing, Electrical Wire, Heating Water Pipe, Water Pipe, and Gas Pipe installation in the middle school/administration/athletic/student dining areas

• Metal Stud Framing, Ductwork Installation, and Roof Steel and Deck Installation in the elementary school wing

• Masonry Bearing wall installation at the auditorium

• Installation of canopy foundations at the main entrance of the building

• Installation of storm piping and structures at the athletic facility

• Installation of water main at the east end of Liggett Lane

• The first office window has been set into place.

• Below is a side view of the high school wing with insulation and brick going up. You can also see the main gymnasium and auditorium from this view.

District Office

• The Harrison Hills Business Advisory Council held its first of four meetings on September 25th. Local business owners, elected officials, library executive, community development director, AEP representative, Harrison community Hospital lead physician, career center principal, Harrison Hills administration and two board members heard presentations concerning the school's state report card, finances, service learning projects, senior community service projects, and updates on the new facility. This groups purpose is to assist the district with mentoring students and provide ideas concerning work force development.

• Mrs. Snider attended Eastern Gateway's ribbon cutting ceremony for their new student services center. The college provides students with College Credit Plus courses and also has provided students grants to assist their post high school education.

• The superintendent attended the French II's skit about Marie Antoinette. Mrs. Wood's students truly enjoyed this activity while learning French history.

• Count week information was distributed to all drivers for this week

• Mr. Ripley attended meetings for the County Business Association, Administration Meeting and Core Meetings this week

• Routes and ridership continue to be updated

• Mr. Morgan attended special education review meetings both within and outside of the District

• Mr. Morgan led academic and special education discourse at the administrative meeting

• Mrs. Snider, Mr. Morgan, Mrs. Harding, and Mr. Ripley attended the CORE meeting on building construction progress.

• Mr. Morgan, in collaboration with administrators and the Board of Education, proudly announced a community donation of descending U.S. Flags for installation in the new gymnasiums

• Mr. Morgan reported on the increasing role of instructional technology professionals into management of today’s digital curriculum.

• Mr. Morgan completed revisions on state funding applications


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Harrison Central Jr/Sr High

• In June, Kaylee Dulkoski represented Harrison Central and the state of Ohio at the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Boston, Massachusetts. Kaylee received her Award of Excellence, certifying her successful completion of the Congress.

• The volleyball team wore their pink for Volley for a Cure Night!

• The golf team shot a 336 to finish 3rd at sectionals and qualify for districts at Eaglesticks on Monday. Good job, boys!

• Mrs. Wright’s STEM class is working on sturdy paper tables!

Mark Your Calendar

Saturday, October 6

• JV Football v. Lucas @ 10am

• Girls & Boys Soccer v. Coshocton @ 3pm & 5pm

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Harrison East Elementary

• Ms. Ashley, from the Puskarich Library, began reading to Mrs. Burgey’s 3rd grade ELA student.

• Second grader, Lily Yarish, hit the 50 points in her AR reading this week!

• Noah Burge, 2nd grade, hit the 25 point mark with AR reading.

• Aubrey Coffman, Shayla Nameth, and Garrett Wade all achieved 25 AR points this week.

• Logan DeWees reached 25 AR points.

• Waylon Hodkinson achieved 25 AR points!

• Everyone loves “picture day”.

• Harrison East had the privilege of honoring the memory of Drew Palmer with our annual walk around the block in recognition of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Drew would’ve been in our 6th grade class this year so it was fitting that 6th grade led the walk. Drew’s family released 11 balloons in celebration of his birthday, also.

Mark Your Calendar

Monday, October 8

• Parent/Teacher Conferences – No Classes for Students

Wednesday, October 10

• Fire Safety with Hopedale VFD

Friday, October 12

• 2nd Grade Field Trip to Schumaker Farms

• 4th Grade Field Trip to Algonquin Mill Festival

Monday, October 15

• School Lunch Week 1st Grade and 3rd Grade

Tuesday, October 16

• School Lunch Week Kindergarten and MAKE – UP 6th Grade

Wednesday, October 17

• Bus Safety Presentation

• School Lunch Week Preschool and 4th Grade

Thursday, October 18

• School Lunch Week 2nd Grade and 5th Grade

Friday, October 19

• School Lunch Week 6th Grade


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Harrison North Elementary

• Mrs. Barker's 5th grade students had an "egg"cellent time creating space capsules for their "egg"stronauts. The STEM activity was an exciting addition to their space science unit.

• Mrs. Rocchi’s Enrichment students have started their weekly trips to the Scio Public Library.

• Students in Miss Tipton’s Kindergarten class and Mrs. Soos’ first grade class received a hand washing lesson from the Harrison County Health Department. Students viewed the germs on their hands under a special light. Next, they drew the germs they saw on a piece of paper with a hand on it. Finally, they washed their hands and reexamined their germs.

• Harrison North held a fire drill.

• Miss Tipton’s 2nd grade students reviewing fry phrases with a student leader.

Mark Your Calendar

Monday, October 8

• Parent Teacher Conferences

Friday, October 12

• 2nd Grade Field Trip to Schumaker Farms Pumpkin Patch & Farm Experience

• Grades 3, 4, 5, 6 to Algonquin Mill Festival

Week of October 15-19

• School Lunch Week

Thursday, October 18

• School Bus Safety

Friday, October 19

• 1st Nine Weeks Ends

Week of October 22-26

• 3rd Grade ELA Testing

Friday, October 26

• 1st Nine Weeks Report Cards

Wednesday, October 31

• Halloween Parties

Friday, November 2

• PTA Cookie Dough Sale Begins

Tuesday, November 6

• Sammy the Shovel Assembly

Wednesday, November 7

• No Preschool Classes


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