Per Covid restrictions, spectators are not allowed on campus for sporting events. However, the district has purchased Live Stream cameras for you to view games. There is a fee for this service- you have the choice for a monthly or yearly subscription. Please see the below link for our Live Stream cameras. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/harrisburg-high-school-harrisburg-or Several other schools within the state have these Live Stream cameras as well, so you will be able to access any games being Live Streamed with your subscription. Below is the link from OSAA today article about Live Stream cameras https://www.osaa.org/today/article/1973/view?title=Schools+to+ramp+up+live-streaming+to+help+fill+void
We are excited to have athletics starting back up at the High School. Unfortunately, due to COVID restrictions and regulations from OSAA we will be unable to have to spectators for our Volleyball and Football games. We have the capability to live stream these events and will be posting information on how to access these events when we have it have it available. Thank you for your understanding.
Dear Harrisburg Community, More of our students have returned to in-person learning, which means they are walking, riding in cars or riding bikes to school in the morning and afternoon. As parents drop their children off in front of the elementary and middle schools, please be aware of the increase traffic and pedestrians. Our crosswalks are very busy before and after school, so please be patient and drive slow. Plan for a little more congestion around the schools between 8 am – 8:45 a.m. and 2:25 p.m. – 3 p.m. We appreciate your support as we safely bring our students back to a full day of in person learning.
The internet is back up and functional. There may intermittent issues throughout the rest of the day. Students are expected to logged into their online classes.
The internet is down district wide. Online classes will be disrupted until the internet is back up. Please continue to check to see if you can access your classes. We will notify you when the internet is back up and running. Thank you for your patience.
Tonight's Board Meeting (2-8-2021) will be live streamed via Zoom. There will be an executive session, and open session will begin at approximately 7:00-7:15 pm. Here is the link: https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fharrisburg-k12-or-us.zoom.us%2Fj%2F86994989334%3Fpwd%3DT1N4djVZTHl6Y3VPZUZLVmxOanlxdz09&sa=D&ust=1613263600910000&usg=AOvVaw29OLU-GsuxGFFj6R4fFLFA
Harrisburg High School Season 2 (Fall Athletics) Football, Volleyball, Cross Country, Cheer Athletes must be registered on FamilyID, www.familyid.com, for the sport in which they will be participating in. Athletes must also have a current physical on file with the athletic office. If you are unsure if you need a physical, please contact Megan Collett, firstname.lastname@example.org. Cross County- first practice date will be February 22, 2021. All athletes must be registered on FamilyID and have a current physical in order to compete. Volleyball- We are waiting to hear what the plan will be for the start of indoor sports per our county metrics. Anticipated start date will be February 22, 2021. Football- First practice date will be February 8, 2021. This is an anticipated start date and is subject to change based on the decision of the Governor, Oregon Health Authority and OSAA. Cheer- We are waiting to hear what the plan will be for the start of competitive cheer. Sideline cheer can currently take place. Indoor practices are currently restricted per our county metrics. Tentative start date will be February 22, 2021.
If we have inclement weather closure for the school district, we will notify through Flash Alert, robocall and this website. Our notices will go out at 6 a.m. Please make sure you are signed up for Flash Alert. If we have to close, we plan to make the day up later in the school year.
Dear Harrisburg School District Families, We are happy to announce that we have purchased Go Guardian, an internet security software that will protect and safeguard your children while they are using district issued equipment. Go Guardian protects students by limiting the websites they can access and allows their teachers to see what websites they have been accessing while using district issued chromebooks and while on the school district’s network. There are also many internet security threats that exist and Go Guardian is how we protect our students from those threats, as well. However, due to the nature of the protection that Go Guardian provides us, and that we have it installed on every district issued chromebook we are unable to allow students to bring their own personal chromebook, laptop, or iPad to school. Additionally, we would like all Harrisburg School District (HSD) students to use HSD devices while on campus as a way to maintain equity of education while here. Each school has apps and websites that teachers and students can use at any point during the day. All district devices have been set-up to ensure that all students have equal access to the apps that pertain to them. This way we can ensure that all students have the exact same access to the educational processes that teachers are providing. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact our technology coordinator, Paul Lambert at email@example.com. Thank you for your understanding on this matter.
The Harrisburg School District Board of Directors is seeking interested applicants to serve three year terms for two positions on the District Budget Committee. Please contact the District Office for information if you are interested.
School Board Appreciation Month. The Harrisburg School District Board of Directors is made up of five dedicated individuals. We appreciate the time, energy and oversight to our school district. Thank you very much for your service to the students, families, staff and community.
Tonight's Board meeting will be live streamed via Zoom. There will be a short executive session, so open session will begin close to 6:45 pm. Here is the link: https://harrisburg-k12-or-us.zoom.us/j/84605441240?pwd=SGJtc21QNXhoM1I2MXMvSFB1S2lHQT09
Our district website is currently offline due to a networking outage. Other districts in our area are experiencing the same issue. Our ESD is aware of the problem and actively working to resolve it.
See the below link for free Parenting classes through LBCC https://5il.co/o9vx
Hope everyone is enjoying the holidays and keeping safe. Just a reminder to all students to be responsible with the use of your district-issued device. Every site you visit is logged and any concerning content is reported.
Harrisburg High School students are involved with this group and were involved in making the below flyer. Linn County STAND (Students Taking Action Not Drinking) is a group of high school students from throughout Linn County working to enhance positive school climate through media campaigns and activities that address underage drinking, tobacco use and mental wellness. Please see the flyer for more information https://5il.co/o0i0
Dear Parents and Guardians, As a district, we have worked extremely hard to find ways for our students to be on campus while following the Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance from Oregon Department of Education, ODE. The Harrisburg School District Administration understands we have families and students who are emotionally and mentally overwhelmed. If you need someone to talk with please contact our schools main office to connect with a school counselor or get help from the county. Since September 8, 2020, our elementary school has successfully used in person learning model for grades k-3. On Monday, December 7, we added grades 4-6 using the limited instruction model. Today we received new guidance from ODE allowing the schools who were meeting in-person under the “Safe Harbor Clause” that we may continue on Monday, January 4, 2021. This is great news as our primary students need to learn and master the basic skills in reading, writing and math. We appreciate your patience and flexibility as we navigate an unprecedented school year. I hope that our metrics begin decreasing in Linn County therefore allowing our school district to begin bringing more students back onto our campuses. Thank you for your support. Please continue to stay safe and use caution over the holidays by following the CDC guidelines of wearing a mask, washing your hands and social distancing. Merry Christmas Everyone!
Tonight's Board meeting will be live streamed at 6:30 PM via Zoom. Here is the link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83486622118?pwd=aVRET0pqTkNSNUdMYjJJL1FyQThDdz09
Winter Week Fun!
We're excited to let you know that as a district we are currently in the process of implementing a fully-featured internet filtering system for our district-issued Chromebooks. As stated in our current student device agreement form (https://5il.co/e0tu), previously internet filtering outside of our district was not an option. Now it is, and our Chromebooks will be fully managed even outside of our district network. We also want to remind everyone to make every effort to take care of those devices. We have seen a significant increase in device damage and our repair costs are significant. It's critical that students practice responsible technology usage as stated in our acceptable use policy (https://5il.co/e0qf) and that parents encourage those practices.