Harrison Central Business Social
Area business people, politicians, and school supporters attended the March 17th. Harrison Central Business Social. Attendees heard reports on the school’s enrollment, finances, programs, safety, and bussing. After the auditorium presentations, visitors attended sessions in Mr. Lackner, Mrs. Taylor, Mr. Valesko, and Mr. Noble’s classrooms. Thank you to the staff that made this evening such a success.
Beauty and the Beast
Harrison Central’s Board of Education and Administration would like to congratulate the cast, crew, and directors of Beauty and the Beast for such a tremendous production. We could not be prouder of each and everyone one of you!
Thank you to Mr. Lackner and his students for the wonderful art display. Visitors at the Business Social and the play were very impressed with our students’ talent.
Mrs. Snider attended the Cadiz Business Association and Harrison County Chamber of Commerce meetings. Area businesses are so supportive of our students and our school!
The Insurance Committee met on Monday and heard a presentation by the Schwendeman Agency regarding Harrison Hills’ insurance rates, usage, and benefits. The company educates on all aspects of healthcare.
Senior Students Participate in Close-Up
From Sunday, March 6 to Friday, March 11, seniors McKayla Dunkle, Michaela Palmer, Ben Puskarich and Aiden Sliva traveled to Washington, D.C. to participate in the Close-Up program. These four students were chosen, after being evaluated by other teachers, and were accompanied by Close-Up Advisor, Mrs. McIntosh. They visited Capitol Hill where they met with one house representative and visited two senator offices, along with many other attractions, such as the Jefferson, Lincoln and MLK Memorials, Washington Monument, and Arlington National Cemetery.
- Nahia Ruiz de Alda
Thomas Places 6th at State Wrestling Tournament
On Friday, March 11, Lucas Thomas traveled to Columbus for the state wrestling tournament. He won in round one of the tournaments and advanced to the quarterfinals on Saturday. Lucas then advanced to semifinals; unfortunately, he fell with a score of 6-3. After battling hard through the tournament, he placed 6th overall. Congratulations Lucas!
- Angi Ferri
Beauty and the Beast Storytime
On Wednesday, March 16, cast members of the musical, Beauty and the Beast, visited Puskarich Public Library. They read stories, sang songs, made crafts, and had snacks. This event was for toddlers, 18 months-3 years old and preschoolers, 3-5 years old. The youth was able to meet Belle and many other cast members from the musical.
- Trista Thompson
Business Social Event
On Thursday, March 17, Harrison County businesses were invited to attend a business social event at the school. Teachers and students presented the new and exciting things we have to offer our students and the community. Mrs. Taylor and students talked about their new Anatomage table, a 3D real human anatomy platform. Mr. Valesko and students offered their services of making commercials and flyers for local businesses. Mr. Noble and students showed their abilities to use the new CNC machine, where pre-programmed computer software dictates the movement, so many designs can be made into wood. Mr. Lackner spoke about the Art Show and the many pieces students have and can make while taking art. Thank you to everyone who participated in this event and made it a successful evening for both the school and the community!
- Kaily Banal
Congratulations to Mr. Lackner and all of his very talented students on an awesome display of Art Projects!
Beauty and the Beast
Congratulations to the cast, crew, and coaches on an excellent performance of Beauty and the Beast!
St. Patrick’s Day
Kindergarten students pause for a picture on St. Patrick’s Day.
Mrs. Novotny’s Class
Twinning on St. Patrick’s Day
Miss Jess and Miss Donna's class enjoying snack outside.
Mrs. McAfee’s Second Grade Wraps Up Unit 4
Students pictured below earned 100% on their end of unit vocabulary and spelling tests.
Third graders enjoyed a presentation about 4H.
Tale as Old as Time
Mrs. Agostini’s 4th graders pause for a picture after enjoying the high school’s performance of Beauty and the Beast.
4th Grade Science is EggCiting
Fourth grade is partnering with 4-H educator, Caity Romshak, to learn about eggs. In the pictures below, students are learning the parts of the egg.
21st Century Wraps Up Skeleton Unit
Mrs. Rocchi’s 5th grade class visited Mrs. Taylor’s Science class where she demonstrated the interactive Anatomage Table where students got a rare glimpse inside the human body down to the skeletal system. What a perfect way to wrap up our Bloom’s Taxonomy Unit on the Skeleton!
Friday, March 25
• Report Cards Available Online
• Spring Break, No School
Tuesday, April 19
• Classes Resume