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Harrison Hills City School District News Article

Huskies Talk Issue 22

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District Office

With the closing of schools, online instruction or packet distribution will take place on Friday 3/20/20. Students who do not have internet access may pick up packets at the food distribution sites (see below) or at the elementary office. Students will be emailed their log-in information for grades K-6. If you are unable to retrieve your information, please contact the elementary office 740-942-7600. Grades 7-12 will continue using their Google passwords. We will continue to keep students, parents, and staff updated as events arise. Please contact your building principals with any questions or concerns.

Harrison Hills student school breakfast and lunch distribution will begin this Friday, March 20th. Then Monday, March 23rd and every Monday thereafter, we will distribute the meals for the entire week. 

Pick up time will be 11:00-noon at grab and go locations:
• Jewett Fire Hall
• Scio Fire Hall, 
• Hopedale Fire Hall
• Freeport Fire Hall
• Harrison Central (enter back lot from left side of school.) 

Pick-up procedures:
• Cars will form a line
• Do not exit your car 
• Give order for number of student bags needed

To prepare appropriate amounts of meals for the first pickup please call or email Kelly Howes: [email protected] or 740-942-7797 by Wednesday March 18th. Provide students’ names and your preferred pick-up location. Parents may continue to sign-up anytime for future grab and go student meals. 

• Mrs. Snider and Mr. Morgan attended the First Annual All Sports Winter Awards Ceremony. Thank you to Mr. Hibbs, Mr. Parker, Mr. Dunlap, Mr. Clifford for your organization of this event and thank you to Kelly Howes and her staff for the refreshments. We heard many complements about this event. 

• The superintendent attended the Elementary Literacy Night. The administrators and many teachers worked very hard to make this such a nice night for students and their families. 

• Mrs. Harding and Mrs. Carter hosted a demonstration of Strategic Solutions Software with Belmont-Harrison JVS treasurer and staff.

• ODE Area 7 Coordinator, Chris Perin, held a training that Mrs. Harding attended at the ESC in St. Clairsville.

• Mrs. Harding, Mrs. Gibson and Ms. Voich have been pulling information for the Catastrophic Cost Report that will be due sometime in April.

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Harrison Central Jr/Sr High

• Mrs. Adams from the Harrison County Historical Society spoke to seniors about the lost towns of Harrison County. 

• Winter sports recognition night was held for all winter sports athletes. 

• Winter sports recognition night was held for all winter sports athletes. Special congratulations to all seniors!

• Students utilized Kahoot with lesson content in Miss Zanath's class.

• A grant from the Ohio Department of Health’s Maternal Child Health Program that the Harrison County Health Department was awarded adds a hydroponic lab to Central’s Vo-Ag Department. The FFA plans to use the system to increase students’ understanding of hydroponics and modern farming technology as they grow crops that can be utilized on the school’s salad bar.

• Husky wrestlers participated in the District Wrestling Tournament held at Heath High School.

• The Huskies hosted the District Final Basketball game between New Philadelphia and East Liverpool.

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Harrison Central Elementary

• Almost 200 students were treated to a Canton Charge basketball game as a way to say thank you for achieving either Honor Roll or Principal’s List for the 2nd 9-week grading period. 

• A huge Husky thank you to Foundation for Appalachian Ohio for giving each student a free book! Sandy Thompson, Kris Puskarich, Lori Milleson, and Allison Anderson passed out over 850 books to our students! 

• State Representative Don Jones spoke to 5th grade Social Studies students about how bills become laws and our civic duties. 

• Harrison Central Elementary welcomed over 500 students and parents to our first ever Literacy Night! Participants enjoyed face painting, cooking decorating, and countless age-appropriate jungle-themed games and activities geared to increasing the love of reading. Students were able to shop the book fair and have a hotdog as they enjoyed the evening. A special thanks goes to McDonalds, Sander’s Market, Gold Star Kennel, HCE PTO, Puskrich Library, and our own staff for donating time, talent, and resources to make the night a huge success!



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