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Harrison Hills City School District News Article

Huskies Talk Issue 6

Administrators' Meeting

The Administrators’ meeting was held on October 12th. where Building Level Team (BLT) information and Renaissance data were reviewed. 

SHP Tour

SHP toured our building with United Local administration and staff on Wednesday and Thursday. Thank you to Mr. Dunlap and Mr. Clifford for providing these tours to these large groups. 

Superintendent's Updates

Mrs. Snider attended a Zoom Family Children Frist Council meeting on Tuesday where Leann Cline presented on the Harrison County Mental Health Taskforce. 

Mrs. Snider attended the Cadiz Business Association meeting where final plans were reviewed for the Cadiz Christmas parade being held on December 4th. 

The Business Advisory Council met n the auditorium on Thursday at 3:00. Mrs. Snider reviewed ESSER funding plans and Mr. Morgan presented on the District Leadership Team process. 

Treasurer's Updates

The treasurer is working on the five year forecast for approval at the October board meeting.

Items at Westgate have been tagged and ready for sealed bids, please go to www.hhcsd.org/bids.aspx to see the items and download the bid sheet to submit a sealed bid by October 26 at 1:00 PM.

Mrs. Harding has been in communication with the attorney and NoMad Title concerning the transfer of property.



Harrison Central Marching Band “Lights Out Show”

Friday night’s game against Indian Creek was the last home game of the season. The band and flag corp performed their colorful annual lights out show. 

Varsity Volleyball Falls to East Liverpool

On Monday, October 11 the Huskies Varsity Volleyball team played at East Liverpool. They fought hard, but couldn't pull out a win. There were a total of three sets with scores: 25-12, 25-7, 25-12. The statistical leaders were MaKayla Dunkle with 10 kills, Maddy Butler with 12 digs, and Logan Johnson with 16 assists.

 - Kaily Banal

Cross Country OVAC at Cambridge

On Saturday, October 9 the varsity girls and boys cross country team had their OVAC’s at Cambridge. The top three girls were: Gretchin Dulkoski with a 24:23, Maddy Edwards with a 24:27, and Grace Dulkoski with a 29:03. The top three boys were: Colton Howell with a 20:01, Charles Garbrandt with a 20:28, and Aiden Hayes with a 20:33. 

- Grechin Dulkoski

Trigonometry Trip to the Track

On Wednesday, October 6, students in Mr. Hlivko’s Scholars Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus class used their newly learned trigonometry skills to measure the height of the press box, scoreboard, and light poles at the track stadium, as well as, the width of the infield of the track. Four teams, each using a 25-foot measuring tape, a large protractor, and a dowel rod, determined the distances using trigonometry, then compared their results with the other teams. This was a great way to bring a classroom concept to a real-world setting!

- Angi Ferri

Junior Varsity Football at Edison

On Saturday, October 9, the junior varsity football team traveled to Edison. Unfortunately, they ended up losing with a score of 30-5. Fortunately though, there are more games to come. 

- Kylie Richards

Varsity Football Defeats Edison

On Friday, October 8, the varsity football team played the Edison Wildcats, at home. The Huskies left the game very satisfied, winning with a score of 27-17. During the first quarter, the score was 13-0 and throughout we continued to gain points. At the end of the 3rd quarter, the score was 20-17. We ended the game with a huge win. Congratulations on the win of the homecoming game. 

- Jessica Waid

Skeleton Lab with Miss Taylor

On Tuesday, October 12, students in Mrs. Taylor’s anatomy class began studying the skeletons. As a class, they reviewed all of the parts of the skeleton. Mrs. Taylor also walked around the room with separate bones and explained the different parts of the bones. After reviewing and studying all of the parts of the skeleton, the students took a test over the different regions of the body; the arms, legs, back, chest, and head on Wednesday-Monday.

- Edwin Stringer

Girls’ Soccer Defeats Coshocton

On Monday, October 11, the girls’ soccer team traveled to Coshocton. The girls beat the Redskins with a score of 2-1. The first goals went to both teams in the first half, and we took the lead in the second half. 

- Georgia Cox

Boys’ Soccer Falls to Beaver Local

The Huskies suffered an unfortunate defeat to the Beaver Local Beavers on Tuesday, October 12. The score was 5-1. Jaydis Yoho was in the goal and had an amazing 9 saves. Ben Puskarich scored the Huskies one and only goal for the night.

- Peyton Roski

Mr. Yourkovich´s AP History

On Tuesday, October 2, Mr.Yourkovich´s AP history class completed a project. Students grouped together in five different groups. Each one of the five groups represented a different country. The students brought in items such as spices, glass, silk, and jewelry to make offers and trade with other classmates.

- Hailey Nation

Junior Varsity Volleyball Falls to East Liverpool

On Monday, October 11, the junior varsity volleyball team traveled to East Liverpool. Unfortunately, they lost 2-0, with scores of 25-8 in the first set and 25-12 in the second one. . 

- Nahia Ruiz de Alda

Varsity Volleyball Victorious over Steubenville Central

On Thursday, October 14 the Lady Huskies faced the Crusaders. The Huskies left with a win. They won in 4 sets. The Huskies won the first set 25-17, won the second set 25-21, lost the third 25-19, and won the fourth 25-18. The Huskies were led by McKayla Dunkle with 22 kills and six blocks, Logan Johnson had 30 assists, Maddy Butler had 22 digs, and Sarah Touville scored 12 points. 

- Madelyn Sedgmer

Golf Banquet

On Tuesday, October 12, the golf team held their end of season banquet at the Cadiz Country Club. Senior Aiden Sliva finished his final season with the Huskies, after four years and there were six lettermen recognized. Congratulations to the Huskies on a great season! 

- Aubrey Wood

Operation Christmas Child

On Tuesday, October 12, Mrs. Wood and her French classes started a donation of toys to kids in French-speaking countries and kids around the world. Each student will write a letter in French to send to one of the children. If anyone would like to donate, please see Mrs. Wood or a French student. 

- Kaylee Vermillion

Boys Soccer Falls to Tusky Valley

On Thursday, October 14, the boys soccer team hosted Tusky Valley. Unfortunately, they lost with a score of 4-1. The boys soccer team record is now 5-8-1. 

- Aleyna Runevitch

Varsity Volleyball Wins over Toronto

On Wednesday, October 13, the varsity volleyball team played their last home game against the Toronto Red Knights. The Huskies led the night with a 3-0 win. The set scores were 25-16, 25-20 and 25-15. McKayla Dunkle had 17 kills and 8 blocks, Logan Johnson had 27 assists, Maddy Butler had 25 digs and 20 points, and Danica Rensi had 11 points. 

- Trista Thompson

College Speech Class

Mrs. Brooks’ college speech class is putting together process speeches. The students will be demonstrating how to do something in a step by step process and speech. They will be teaching things such as; how to use chopsticks, how to build a computer, how to juggle, how to snare an animal, how to latin dance, etc. The class will also be participating in the activities taught.

- Emily Davis

8th Grade Volleyball Finishes Season

On Saturday, October 9, the 8th grade volleyball team played their last game of the season, at Bellaire, against Barnesville. Though the girls’ fought hard, the overall score was 2-0. The first set ended at 25-19 and the second set concluded with the score being 25-21. 

- TyLynn Smith

7th Grade Volleyball Completes Season

On Saturday, October 9, to finish the girls’ season off, the Huskies 7th grade volleyball team went against the Beallsville Blue Devils, at Bellaire. The final score was 2-0, with the Huskies ending with a loss. The first set ended 25-23 and the second finalized with 25-21.

- Madison Angle

Upcoming Events

Monday, October 18
• Soccer Boys Varsity Tri-Valley HS OHSAA D2 Sectional 6:30 PM

Tuesday, October 19
• Volleyball Girls Varsity Barnesville HS OHSAA D3 Sectional Tusky Valley

Wednesday, October 20
• Soccer Girls Varsity West Holmes High School OHSAA D2 Sectional 6:30 PM
• Football Boys Junior High Shenandoah High School 6:00 PM

Friday, October 22
• Football Boys Varsity Buckeye Local High School 7:00 PM

Saturday, October 23 



A is for Apple

This week, kindergarten students learned about the letter A and made apple books.

Miss A. Tipton’s Class

Miss E. Tipton’s Class

Fact Masters

We have more fact masters in Ms. Gaffney’s class! Kenzley Welch, Brock Slack, and Ladd Martz

STEM Projects

Pictured below are the fourth grade September STEM projects. They created anything they wanted with an unsharpened pencil. October’s projects are starting to come in and will be displayed in the hallways.

Students Study Scientific Method

Reese Dunlap is showing a foldable that 4th grade made outlining the scientific method.

Reviewing Setting

Fifth graders enjoy reviewing “Setting” with a game of Scoot in Mrs. Bailey’s reading class.

Native American Projects

Fourth grade students’ Native American projects are on display on Main Street. Below are a few pictures of their projects taken from the overlook.

Comprehension Practice with Plickers

Students in Mrs. Knight’s second grade class practiced answering comprehension questions using Plickers Cards. They gave it a thumbs up!


Let’s hear it for the students pictured below for being recognized for their character!

Mrs. J. Starr with some positively great students

Sixth grader, Lane Hibbits

Sixth grader, Bentley Black

Fourth grader, Isabella Hunt


Upcoming Events

Friday, October 22
• End of 1st Nine Weeks

October 25-29
• Red Ribbon Week

Friday, October 29
• Classroom Halloween Parties



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