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Huskies Talk Issue 11


Thank you to Encino Energy for your donation of hand sanitizer to Harrison Central.

Thank you to Jefferson County ESC for your donation of masks to Harrison Central.

A zoom meeting was held between Head Start, Help Me Grow, and Harrison Hills to revise the Interagency Agreement. 

Local superintendents joined a zoom meeting to review COVID procedures pertaining to instructional practices and athletics.

Collaborated with faculty and held reviews within special education.

Work continues on the memorial area by the track and field complex


On December 10, the boys’ basketball team started their season at home against Bellaire. They won the home non-conference game with the final score being 74-60. The Harrison Central varsity basketball team is looking forward to the rest of their season. Good luck to all players!

-Destiny Arnold

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, December 15
• Junior High Boys Basketball vs. Edison (H) 5:30
• Boys Basketball @ Union Local 6:00
• Bowling vs. Buckeye Local (H) 4:00

Wednesday, December 16
• Wrestling vs. Buckeye Local (H) 5:30

Thursday, December 17
• Junior High Boys Basketball vs. Bellaire (H) 5:30
• Junior High Girls Basketball @ Buckeye Local 5:30
• Bowling @ Weirton 4:00

Friday, December 18
• Junior High Boys Basketball vs Buckeye Local (H) 5:30

Saturday, December 19
• Boys Basketball vs. Philo (H) 12:00
• Junior High Wrestling @ Buckeye Local 10:00


Ohhh, You Better Watch Out...

Students at HC Elementary had a special visitor Friday, December 11. You can see them below lining the sidewalks to wave at Santa!

Soaring in Second

A crime has been committed! Someone has taken Rudolph! Mrs. Gaffney’s students were up to the challenge to solve the crime! Each student received a case file and worked hard using their reading skills to gain clues. Alexis and Caroline were the first to crack the case! The detectives receive a certificate and special treat for solving the crime.

Fabulous in Fourth

Fourth grade was busy with turkey projects leading up to Thanksgiving break. In science class, students had to disguise Tom Turkey so he could once again escape the dinner table. 

In writing class, students chose an Emoji Turkey and wrote a persuasive paragraph about why they should not be eaten for Thanksgiving. We had turkeys in love, turkeys sick with COVID and even a Dr. Turkey with a full schedule!

Standing Out in Sixth

Sixth grade students are studying Georgia O’Keefe is art class. They created the projects above using mixed media of charcoal, paint and markers.


Bruce Baker is being recognized this week by Mr. Saffell for Good Citizenship. Nice job, Bruce!

Upcoming Events

Monday, December 21
• Christmas Break

Monday, January 4
• Classes Resume

Friday, January 8
• End of 2nd Nine Weeks


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