Harrisburg School District is excited to introduce to you our new elementary school principal Darlene Geddes! Darlene comes to Harrisburg with over 20 years of K-12...
Harrisburg Elementary School has successfully completed 11.5 weeks of in-person learning for grades k-3. The staff and students continue to follow all of the safety...
The HHS Key Club will be hosting a drive dedicated to nonprofit charity organizations such as ‘Bags of Love’ & ‘Eugene Mission’ and to families in the Harrisburg...
Dear Families- please bring Engel’s Evergreen Fundraising materials to device pick-up or main office by 4:00 tomorrow, Tuesday 11/24/20. Thank you!
In the Harrisburg School district, we have two employees who have tested positive. People with potential exposure are being contacted. All learning for students in grades k-12 will be Comprehensive Distance Learning the next two weeks. Students cannot be on campus over the next two weeks. We plan to stay in direct communication with Linn County Public Health as to what we can do in the weeks ahead. We are hopeful to resume limited in person instruction on Monday, December 7. We will have to see how the Linn County metrics are tracking.
Our food service department will shut down for the next two weeks. Our food service department will begin preparing meals on Monday, December 7. District staff will perform deep cleaning in school buildings and the kitchen as positive cases are rising in the community. Please contact your students building for specific details if you need a device or other education materials. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause your family. Thank you for your patience as we follow the ODE/OHA guidance.
Please join our Parent Club Meeting tomorrow evening, Tuesday, November 10th at 7pm on Zoom! https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89913230016?pwd=cmdBM2RmRFV2cjM2Yi9xbS9LTkcxdz09
It is important to us in the school district that we hear from all of our constituents. Our k-3 in-person hybrid learning will continue as long as we are able to do so. Please provide thoughts on what is going well or possible concerns for our administrators to consider as we are continuing through the school year.
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The school district administrators are planning for the future and would like input using Thought Exchange. Please use the links below to access the exchange that fits your situation. You can enter your own thought or idea and weigh in on others thoughts or ideas. It closes Monday, November 16.
What priorities or concerns should we consider as we make plans to move to a Hybrid Learning Model for all students?
What is working well with the current Comprehensive Distance Learning Model?