During the softball game on May 22nd starting at 4:30pm we will be selling pizza by the slice. All proceeds will be given to the Bearden family during this difficult time. . If you would like further information on this please contact the HS office.
26 days ago, Kim Kahle
A huge congratulation to Jack and Abby who were both nominated for Linn County Jr First Citizen through Albany Rotary Club. Each was awarded a $250 prize on January 30.
4 months ago, Tia Bodine
Award
Welcome to our Safe Routes to School Community Survey. Your input is crucial in enhancing the safety and accessibility of routes to school for our students. Let's work together to create a safe, secure and convenient environment for our community. Thank you for participating. Please contact Susan Inman - susan.inman@harrisburg.k12.or.us with questions. Safe Routes to School Survey-https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSejnlAN2yj9V3cynmlZkGqzfwuGR1yKk4VuZNK6zuUHWuOw9w/viewform?usp=sf_link
5 months ago, Tia Bodine
Come out and support your Harrisburg Men's and Women's Wrestling team take on Eagle Point and Lebanon High School. JV starts at 3:00 pm and Varsity at 7:30 pm. Go Eagles!
6 months ago, Shawn Hill
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Harrisburg School District is seeking a Business Manager! Manage overall financial functions of the district with experience in accounting management. Offering flexible schedule and great benefits. Salary commensurate with experience. https://harrisburg.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx
7 months ago, Tia Bodine
Business Manager
Congratulation to our very own Susan Jackson for winning Educator of the year And our Senior for winning the Youth Service award for Harrisburg.
7 months ago, Kim Kahle
Senior
Jackson
Were you in High School in 1980, 1981, 1983 or 1991 and did not get a yearbook but would love to purchase one. We have copies at the HS office you can get for $10 each. Just come to the main HS office and ask for Kim Kahle. On sale while quantities last.
9 months ago, Kim Kahle
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Health insurance for families, open enrollment runs from November 1, 2023 through January 15th 2024
9 months ago, Kim Kahle
Health english
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EAGLE MANIA! Friday, September 22nd Harrisburg vs Siuslaw BLACK OUT GAME Food trucks 5-8:30PM Kid Zone 5-7PM Admission to the game can be purchased at the gate, HSD students get in free! Tickets for The Kid Zone will be available for purchase near the baseball field. Sponsored by Harrisburg Booster Club and the HHS Athletic Department
9 months ago, Tia Bodine
Eagle Mania
Say “hello” to parent-teacher chat in the HSD app! The same district app now offers class streams, class announcements, and parent-teacher chat. Download for Android http://bit.ly/39hXRb7 Download for iPhone https://apple.co/39mDFol
9 months ago, Harrisburg School District 7
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Free sport physical option in Junction city Oregon by appointment. Office: 1275 Ivy ST, Suite #4 Junction City, OR 97448 Toll Free: 1 (888)-346-6225 Office: 1 (541)-999-6943
10 months ago, Kim Kahle
Sports physicals
If your Harrisburg school District student is in need of a sports physical, (they are required every two years) Pacific Sports and Spine on 217 Division Ave. Eugene, OR near Selco and taco bell are graciously offering Free physicals to our Harrisburg students on Monday August 14th 2023 from 5:30pm-7:30pm walk in basis. They have the physical forms on hand.
10 months ago, Kim Kahle
EAGLE MANIA! Friday, September 22nd Harrisburg vs Siuslaw BLACK OUT GAME Food trucks 5-8:30PM Kid Zone 5-7PM Admission to the game can be purchased at the gate, HSD students get in free! Tickets for The Kid Zone will be available for purchase near the baseball field. Sponsored by Harrisburg Booster Club and the HHS Athletic Department
10 months ago, Tia Bodine
Eagle Mania
Support Youth in Livestock at the Linn County Fair Livestock Auction on Saturday July 15th at 1 pm. Check this website: http://www.lcyla.com for details on how to support our Harrisburg FFA through Add Ons. We’re proud of our Harrisburg FFA member, Cooper Clark and his pen of Broilers in Lot 6, placing 2nd in the Heavy Weight Fast Grower Poultry at the Linn County Fair!
11 months ago, Tia Bodine
Support Youth in Livestock at the Linn County Fair
comunidad de harrisburg, El nuevo Superintendente entrante del Distrito Escolar de Harrisburg, Steven Woods, quisiera dar a la comunidad la oportunidad de hacer comentarios. Si está interesado en proporcionar comentarios, complete esta breve encuesta. https://forms.gle/mggnpcViV5VJePPh8
about 1 year ago, Tia Bodine
Harrisburg Budget Committee seeks two new community members. Are you interested? The Budget Committee reviews the District’s budget and may recommend changes. The Budget Committee also approves the Budget Document for the following school year and forwards it to the School Board for adoption by the end of June. Individuals interested in serving on the Budget Committee are required to live in the zone they wish to represent. Candidates must also meet the following qualifications: 1) be a registered voter of Linn County 2) have lived in the District for at least one year and 3) cannot be a Harrisburg School District employee. Budget Committee members will be selected by the School Board. Terms are 3 years. Contact human.resources@harrisburg.k12.or.us
over 1 year ago, Tia Bodine
Harrisburg Budget Committee seeks two new community members
Good Afternoon Everyone, Every school district across the state is collecting data and engaging the community in various ways. I have a short needs assessment survey link at the bottom of this email. We have a team of staff and parents who will look over the data gleaned from the responses to this survey. Please complete the survey by Wednesday, November 16 by 5 p.m. thank you! https://forms.gle/BXD9Hm3FrSEwF2fv5
over 1 year ago, Tia Bodine
New school year Our campuses are full of students and staff excited to kick off the 2022-23 school year. It is wonderful to see everyone’s smile as students move about their perspective campuses. Over the summer some areas were painted while deep cleaning took place in every building. The old furnaces in the elementary school classrooms were replaced over the summer using federal funds. The new units provide heat and air condition which is greatly appreciated as the temperatures are in the upper 90’s this week. The school district provides one-hour weekly for professional learning community (PLC) time. The Harrisburg School District will have late start every Monday. Everything will begin one hour later. There are two weeks during the school year when there is a holiday on Monday, Labor Day and Memorial Day. The late start will move to Tuesday. This is true for next week when Monday, September 5 is Labor Day holiday. We will have late start on Tuesday, September 6, 2022. If you have daycare issues and need to get to work, you may drop your child off at the elementary or middle school at the regular time. We will provide a safe place for all k-6 grade students who cannot stay home one hour. Building principals will provide staff who will oversee the K-6 grade students who arrive during the PLC time. We welcome parent involvement and I would encourage you to support the Harrisburg PTA. There are ways to support your schools through site councils and booster club. Contact the building principal if interested in supporting your son/daughter’s school.
almost 2 years ago, Bryan Starr
Here is the link to join tonight's (7-11-2022) Board meeting via Zoom: https://harrisburg-k12-or-us.zoom.us/j/83450211264?pwd=T1lwL25PUmd4QUNGSWx4WHZ1cWZrUT09 The meeting begins at 6:30 PM
almost 2 years ago, Michele McRae
Hello everyone, I want to provide an update for the 2022-2023 school year. Currently, the district allows one hour a week, on Wednesdays, for staff to engage in professional Learning Communities (PLC’s). The goal of these PLC’s is for staff to work together for school and learning improvement. Part of this work entailed sending staff and building principals to White River School District for an up close look at a school district whose PLC process is efficient. One of the takeaways from that trip was the time and day for PLC’s to take place. The team came back recommending we change our PLC time from an early release on Wednesdays to a late start on Mondays.This means that, on Mondays only, students will arrive at school an hour later than usual. The district understands that many of our families will have daycare challenges that will result in a late start. If you have a K-6 student you will be able to drop your student off at their respective school at the normal time on Mondays. The district will be happy to provide a safe environment for all K-6 students who arrive before school on Mondays. Building principals will provide communication on the new late start time. This hour of time is very beneficial for our teachers to discuss their instruction while examining data collected each week from agreed upon student work. The Harrisburg School Board of Directors gave us the time to improve learning and our professional practice by doing the work of a PLC, layered under the four critical questions of learning; What do we want students to learn? How will we know if they have learned? What will we do if they don’t learn? What will we do if they already know it? Each team has identified essential standards, learning targets, instructional strategies and student engagement and unit pacing. Please contact your building principal for specific details concerning late start Mondays.
almost 2 years ago, Bryan Starr