The high school starts the 4th quarter on Monday, April 12th. The high school will continue with our current hybrid schedule- 9th/10th grade in person AM, PM online...
Please see the attached flyer for the free dental van that will be in Harrisburg on April 26thhttps://5il.co/r210
The Harrisburg High School Football game will be livestreamed on Friday, March 19th against Siuslaw. See the below link: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/sc...
Tonight we will have the three elementary school principal finalists on campus for a second round of interviews. One portion of the evening they will speak to parents and staff with Q & A time. Each finalist will rotate through a tour of the campus, speaking with the parents and staff and a second interview with the district leaders. You are invited to participate in the parent event that will be held in the middle school gym beginning at 4:30 p.m. We will have chairs 6 feet apart and masks must be worn. We will have to limit the capacity following the ODE guidelines. Hope to see you there.
Tonight's Board meeting begins at 6:30 pm. If you would like to watch the Board meeting via Zoom, here is the link: Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 813 4086 1823
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Meeting ID: 813 4086 1823
Dear Parents and community,
We are planning to bring our kindergarten and middle school students back all day for in-person learning. Due to the recent changes in the “Ready Schools, Safe Learners” (RSSL) guidelines, a 90 plus page document published by the Oregon Department of Education, of 6 feet between students to three feet and removing the 35 square foot per student in classrooms. Students must stay 6 feet apart while eating or drinking when they remove their mask. Our building principals will communicate the details of the change. The plan is to begin on Monday, April 19 giving time for our staff to make the necessary adjustments to schedules and classrooms.
Remember, our schools are an ecosystem consisting of a wide range of people from our community. Although the current case counts allow us more access, this is a time to remain vigilant around COVID protocol. This vigilance is why we have had success in reopening our schools, to move forward with athletics and activities, and to now get more in-person instruction for our students.