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Dear Families of Harrisburg School District, Here is the latest update concerning Harrisburg students returning to in-person instruction. Please keep in mind...
The Harrisburg Booster club will be streaming the Football Jamboree via their Facebook Page.
Thank you and Go Eagles!!
The Live Stream cameras for the football jamboree are not working and will not be available for today's jamboree. We are sorry for the inconvenience and we are working hard on getting the issue resolved. Our Live Stream cameras in the gym are working and will be available for Monday's volleyball game.
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.
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
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.