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Huskies Talk Issue 9

Mrs. Snider attended the zoom meeting with the Jefferson County ESC members and superintendents and it was noted that districts are seeing cases of Covid-19 and quarantining numerous staff members and students. Other conversation was held concerning online professional development is available for gifted and preschool staff. 

Board of Education members, administrators, SHP, and Hammond construction attended a zoom meeting where progress on the parking lot, softball field, and football press box was discussed. 

Faculty and administration attended virtual labs for professional development within special education

Collaboration with related service providers was conducted through the week

Mrs. Harding provided information to the Jefferson Co. ESC for audit of utility bills.

Meeder Investments and Mrs. Harding discussed upcoming investments and where interest rates appear to be heading.


Ms. McIntosh’s last period Service Learning class made tie blankets for the children at Akron Children’s Hospital. The students made 25 total blankets in under two weeks: 6 small ones and 19 big ones. They picked out a variety of patterns so the children have many options to choose from. The class has also made dog toys for the local pound, and they will be starting on Christmas cards for local veterans. 

-Kaitlyn Crothers

It was the last official cross country race for both senior runners, Jasmine Arnold, and Logan Laney. They ran Division 2 races at Pickerington North High School on October 31st. Jasmine Arnold finished the season off, placing 85th with a time of 22:21. Logan Laney received 84th with the time of 18:18. Great job to those two seniors and finishing their last competition at regionals! 

-Destiny Arnold

On November 5 the Academic challenge team played against carrollton. It was a hard game and a very close one but they won 2-1. The Academic Challenge team is looking for more members, so if you like things like math, science, English or history than i think you would enjoy being on their team. The Academic challenge team goes to other schools to compete by using all of those things.

-Johnarose Schmidli

On last Friday, Husky football finished off their season with a big win against Buckeye Local High School. This game was for the ownership of the V.A.L.E.S. trophy. Harrison has had the trophy for many years and hopefully for many more years to come. The ending score was 49-34 as seniors Ronald Pauley, Bryan Hendershot, Kanyon Coleman, and Kobe Mitchell finished their high school football career. The Huskies had a season record of 5-4. 

-Nate Frye

The girls’ basketball team held their first scrimmage Tuesday November 3, at 5:30 PM against Bridgeport. It went very well, they are excited for this season!

-Mackenzie Harbold

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, November 10
Girls Basketball Scrimmage vs. Shadyside (H) 5:30

Thursday, November 12
Girls Basketball Scrimmage vs. Ridgewood (H) 5:30

Friday, November 13
Boys Basketball Scrimmage vs. Toronto (H) 5:30



A Very Special Husky Sendoff

After many years working for Harrison Hills City Schools, we say goodbye to Chuck Howes and wish him the best with his retirement! 

Peeking into Preschool

On Tuesday, students in Mrs. Nign’s class participated in their own election. The results are in and the kids have spoken! They love cats, soccer, basketball, and Scooby Doo.

Kickin’ It with Kindergarten

Miss Tipton’s kindergarten got to celebrate with a hat day for a healthy return to school.

Fun in First

Drexan Coffman, Ryker Woodward & Payton Smith were the 1st students in Miss Jacobsen’s class to master their addition facts. Students are “scooping” their way to earning an ice cream sundae party.

First Grade Celebrates 50 Days of Learning

First grade added a little fun into their week of learning by celebrating the 50th day of school. They spent the day dressed in their best 50s outfits, sock hop dancing, making root beer floats and learning about life in the 50s. See some more of their fun in the pictures below.

Soaring in Second

Pictured above are the students who earned Perfect Attendance in Miss Tipton’s homeroom class for the 1st Nine Weeks.

Students in Miss Tipton’s second grade that met their 1st nine weeks AR goal were rewarded with a movie and chips. 

Mrs. Pellick’s class is pictured here with their book of the month from Scholastic provided by their generous donors. This month’s book is Roald Dahl’s The Magic Finger.

Mrs. Pellick’s class on costume day for Red Ribbon Week.

Thriving in Third

Third grade finished up their matter unit by learning different ways to measure matter. Students measured the length, mass, volume, and temperature of various solids and liquids.

Fabulous in Fourth

Perfect Attendance group for the 1st Nine Weeks

Honor Roll group for the 1st Nine Weeks

Principal’s List group for the 1st Nine Weeks

Fantastic in Fifth

A little more Red Ribbon Week fun from crazy hair day.

Ava Huffman

Emerson Wood

Fifth graders who reached their AR goals for the first nine weeks were treated to a pizza party on Friday afternoon. We wish to thank Mr. Madzia for all of his help in getting us the pizza. We loved it! 

Mystery Mansion Writing Project


Congratulations to this week’s positive behavior recipients. We are so proud of the good choices you are making and the excellent examples you are setting for your classmates. Keep up the great work!

Mrs. Pendleton gives a positive report to Keagan Mallernee.

Bentley Black & Nathan Schupp

Leah White, Cael Bryant, Kolton Mizer & Katie Cumings

Katie Summers, Emerson Wood, Michael Marsh, Brittani Feezle, Hadden Hunt, Austin Utter

Hunter Snyder, Miranda Eikleberry, Kelsey Powers, Shya Tuttle, Aubrey Moss

Gage Stoneking

Regan Applegarth

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, November 4
• No Preschool Classes, Staff PD

November 25-27
• Thanksgiving Break, No School

Monday, November 30
• Classes Resume

December 21- January 1
• Christmas Break, No School

Monday, January 4
• Classes Resume



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