Dear Parents and Guardians, Yesterday, Governor Brown issued a video statement on how the new CDC guidance will be implemented in Oregon. In her statement she shared, "Nothing is changing for schools this school year, and I expect education staff and students to continue to wear masks and physically distance, as outlined in our Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance." This also applies to all other individuals on school campus, including but not limited to: family members, volunteers, visitors, SROs, and other partners. I hope you understand we must follow the Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance as established by the Oregon Department of Education (ODE) and Oregon Health Authority, OHA. ODE is currently working with OHA on guidance for next school year. Thank you for partnering with the school staff creating a safe and secure place for our children to learn and grow.
JV Softball game against Crow on Wednesday May 12th has been canceled.
Dear Parents and Guardians, Please take the time to participate in the latest thought exchange. Also rate other peoples thoughts after submitting your own thoughts. The main question is, " As we move away from the restrictions created by the pandemic, what can the school district do to best support students? Thank you ahead of time for participating. Here is the link: https://my.thoughtexchange.com/633204942
Today's JV Softball game against Crow has been canceled.
Dear Parents and Community, This has been a challenging year for all of us and I want to thank you for your support as we provided the best education possible during these times. We are nearing the end of the school year and must remain vigilant in doing our part to keep everyone safe. Please remember we have specific mandates such as wearing masks and social distancing that must be followed. We are working hard following the guidance we receive from Oregon Department of Education, ODE and Oregon Health Authority, OHA. With only 8 weeks of school left, it is critical we are diligent in following the mandates, especially as the county metrics have climbed again. Masks must be worn at all times with the exception of eating and drinking. Masks must cover the mouth and nose. Please continue reminding your children to keep their masks on while on school property. Our elementary school has received some OSHA complaints placing a focus on our school and the potential of fines or closure. We have worked so hard to remain in compliance, so please remember to follow these guidelines and help each other by responding to reminders from staff or other individuals. I know that some of you have your vaccination and feel safe in public. Being vaccinated or not does not change the mandates that are required for schools. Whether we agree, disagree, or are just plain tired of COVID, we must follow the guidance to help our district from potential fines, potentially being closed early for the year or other more rigid mandates that could impact cohort size and schedules. I am so proud of our school staff and students who have endured a very tough school year. Thank you for understanding and assisting our staff with compliance.
Season 4- Winter Athletics (Basketball & Wrestling) is now open on FamilyID!!! All athletes must be registered on FamilyID and have a current sports physical on file in order to practice. www.familyid.com **This season will not end until approximately June 26th. All athletes must participate until the end of the season** Questions? Contact Megan Collett firstname.lastname@example.org
Harrisburg High School We were informed today that we had a positive COVID test from one of our students. At this time, all students who were directly exposed have been contacted. We have received updated information from the local health authority that any student who has been asked to quarantine, will need to do so for 14 days. If your student(s) start to show any signs or symptoms, please notify the school. We will be updating our website site shortly with contact information for Linn County Health Department if you have questions.
Here is the link to watch the Harrisburg Football team play Sisters HS tonight @ 7pm https://youtu.be/TO60GsOG-5w
Just a reminder, there is school on Friday March 12th
Tonight's volleyball game @ Creswell will be live streamed through their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/creswellathletics
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. 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.
Daily Announcements 02-18-21
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.
Reminder: Regular school day tomorrow, Monday, February 15. We will see all students tomorrow! Notificación: Día escolar regular mañana, lunes 15 de febrero. ¡Mañana veremos a todos los estudiantes! ¡Feliz día de San Valentín!
Attention Season 2 Athletes - Football, Cross Country, and Volleyball Starting immediately anyone participating in athletics must follow the following eligibility rules: 1. Any tardy past 10 minutes is considered an unexcused absence. The athlete will not be allowed to practice or participate for that day. 2. All absences must be prearranged. They cannot be excused after the fact. The athlete will not be allowed to practice or participate for that day. 3. No athlete can be receiving an F in any class. Grade checks are run every Wednesday at 4pm. Grade checks are good for 1 week. Athletes can practice if they are ineligible for grades, but they may not compete. Any questions please refer to your students coach or you may contact Scott Buzzard, Athletic Director.
Leadership will be selling Val-O-Grams Feb 10th and 11th at 11:10 am for the freshman and sophomores, and from 12:10 to 12:30 for the juniors and seniors. There will be a table set up in the breezeway near the office for the purchase of Val-O-Grams. Val-O-Grams will be handed out on Monday the 15th.
School Name: Harrisburg High School Picture RETAKE Day Date: Tuesday, February 9 Picture Day ID: EVTXXVCQ2 Time: 9:30am- 1:30pm https://my.lifetouch.com/mylifetouch/#/
HHS Campus Student Safety Expectations 1. Students and staff will wear a properly fitting mask that covers their mouth and nose while on school property 2. All students will maintain 6 feet of separation from other students and staff at all times 3. Students will pass through screening prior to entering campus at the main entrance where they will sanitize their hands and have their temperature taken 4. Students will aid in sanitizing desks and materials prior to leaving classrooms 5. Lockers will not be available for students 6. Students will only be allowed into bathrooms one at a time and not during passing times. Those that are waiting must remain socially distanced from others 7. No outside food or drinks (other than a water bottle with a lid) will be permitted 8. Students and staff that are exhibiting Covid or Flu like symptoms will be sent home and will be subject to quarantine protocols established by our local health authority and Oregon Department of Education 9. Students will be asked to stay on the right side of hallways and breezeways when moving between classrooms 10. Students that purposely violate safety rules will be directed to our Harrisburg Online Program (HOP) for the remainder of the school year 11. Gathering of students is not permitted unless under supervision of a staff member and related to classwork 12. Locker rooms will not be available at this time 13. Students will only be allowed to enter through main entrance by the office 14. Any student that requires exceptions to these rules will need to contact the office to discuss options
Interested in Cross Country? On Tuesday, Feb 2nd @ 5pm come to the high school track to meet your Cross Country coach. All registrations must still be done on www.familyid.com Are you in middle school and interested in Cross Country? You may come to the high school track at the same time to meet your coach as well.
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, email@example.com. 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.
We are excited to be welcoming back our students next week!! Monday 2/1- Freshman only in person for AM cohort and PM cohort online . All other grades will be doing their AM & PM cohort classes online distance learning Tuesday 2/2- All students back on campus. 9th/10th grade am and 11th/12th grade pm The updated bell schedule is on the Harrisburg High School webpage, Explore- scroll down to HHS Bell Schedule. Any questions, please call the HS office 541-995-6632
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your understanding on this matter.
The high school announcements are back!! They will be published once a week for the time being. See the below link for this week's announcements https://5il.co/olms
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.
FamilyID is now open for 20/21 Season 2 (Fall Athletics) and Cheer 2021. Please do not pay for athletics at this time. All participants must have a current sports physical on file with the athletic office at the HS. Students must be taking 5 classes to participate and also they must have passed 5 classes the prior semester and be on track to graduate for participation. You may register at www.familyid.com Any questions, please email Megan Collett email@example.com
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!
Dear Harrisburg Families, I wanted to update you on some positive changes and deadlines as we approach the end of the first semester. Please take a moment to review these changes and share them with your student(s). Second Semester Changes: In order to make a smooth transition with limited disruption for students back into in-person learning we will need to make some changes to the schedule for the second semester. Our goal is to create a schedule that works under our current distance learning model, and works for a hybrid model that allows all students back on campus daily while reducing the amount of courses that students have to focus on at one time . At the beginning of the second semester (Feb. 1st) the following changes will take place: -Students will take only 3-4 classes per quarter. The majority of classes will meet twice daily (with teachers) for 45 minutes. This will provide 90 minutes of daily instruction with teachers for each course. -Students will earn .5 credits per quarter for these classes. -Students should be scheduled for 2 core classes (Math, English, Science, Social Studies) and 1-2 elective classes for each quarter. Example schedule: Quarter3: Math, Science, Art. Quarter 4:English, Social Studies, Welding 1. (This schedule would earn a total of 3 credits for the second semester) -Student cohorts will be divided into groups that link them with other students that are taking similar courses. Schedules will be determined by the school based on current courses and cohort requirements -There will be a few courses that will continue meeting daily for 45 minutes for the entire second semester (mainly college-now, AP courses, and band) These courses will earn .25 credits per quarter. Again, for a successful return for all students to have an opportunity to return to campus each day we need to see a drop below 100 cases per 100k people in Linn county over a two week period. As stated above, we will need to implement this schedule at the semester as it is the best fit for the requirements connected to the hybrid learning model. This model will allow us to immediately return students for classes when the numbers drop. Missing Assignments form Quarter 1 and Quarter 2: Any past due or incomplete assignments from the first or second quarter will need to be completed and turned in no later than Friday January 8th, 2021. By establishing this date the thought is that this would provide students the opportunity to complete missing work during the holiday break, and establish a deadline that motivates students to do so. It also would ensure time for grading and feedback to take place before the end of the semester which is January 28th. I have asked teachers to focus the last couple of weeks of the first semester on large culminating projects in lieu of our traditional finals. Thank you again for your continued support, and know that our goal is get students back on campus as soon as it is possible. Sincerely, Josh Stauber, Principal Harrisburg High School
The Harrisburg Key Club at Harrisburg High School and Food 4 Home have decided to help families through these tough times. We realize that for some families it is tough enough to “get by” month to month, and the holiday season only adds additional expense. We want to offer families assistance so that the long break does not create additional challenges. Please click on the below links for both English and Spanish versions of this letter. Please fill out the form and return to the HS ASAP. https://5il.co/noua English version https://5il.co/noub Spanish version
Digital Citizenship Reminder: Harrisburg School District is pleased to have been able to provide take-home mobile devices for students during distance learning. Please remember that this device is intended for school-related activities only. Students are expected to follow the rules set forth in the district’s technology acceptable use policies (https://5il.co/e0qf) and the law when using the system. While the Harrisburg School District actively manages district-issued devices, take-home devices do not restrict internet content while outside the district’s network. Therefore, it is important for parents to monitor their child’s use of technology and reinforce positive digital citizenship practices. Thank you for your support!
Dear Families! What a success our partnered feeding program was! We passed out food for 72 children in 10 minutes and took names for meals for Tuesday. For those of you who have reserved your meals, pick up is between 12pm-1 pm on Tuesday at Harrisburg Christian Church. If you still need meals for kids, please call the elementary school to reserve your meals. 541-995-6544
Harrisburg School Update I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving. As we work with the Linn County Health Department, we are pleased to announce that we will have k-3 grades back on campus as we were before the pause on Monday, December 7. The buildings are being sanitized thoroughly and our food service staff will be back to work on Monday, December 7. In addition, we plan to continue with our plan of bringing grades 4-6 back for limited instruction. This is for two hours each day with contact in only two different cohorts. Building principals will provide the specific details for each grade sometime this week. We must social distance, wear facemasks, wash our hands frequently and stay home if feeling sick. We will continue to do our part by working closely with our local health authority and following all ODE/OHA protocols. Thank you to everyone for your continued patience and support as we work together to safely bring back our students.
Good morning Families! Don't forget food pick up for the week will be held today and tomorrow (Monday and Tuesday) from 12:15 - 1:30 at Harrisburg Christian Church. We have bags of 4 breakfasts and 4 lunches (for each child)for children ages 0-18. First come, first served. Families may only pick up meals for their own family members.
Hello Families-we have partnered with Harrisburg Christian and will be providing breakfasts and lunches for our students for the week! Families can drive through the church parking lot and pick up all the meals for the week on Monday OR Tuesday from 12:15 pm - 1:30 pm. If you are unable to pick up meals, please call the elementary school office at 541-995-6544 and we will try to arrange delivery. Thank you!
COVID-19 update 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.
The Harrisburg High School office is currently experiencing some internet issues, which is causing some phone issues. Please be patient while we attempt to get this issue fixed.
Per the Governor's latest mandate, the High School office is closed to the public until December 2, 2020. If you are needing to pick up something from the office, please call 541-995-6632 to make an appointment. Thank you for your understanding and patience.
Picture Day is coming! La journée de la photo approche! Order school pictures on mylifetouch.ca before Picture Day, and get a free Shutterfly gift with purchase. Commandez des photos d’école sur mylifetouch.ca avant le jour de la photo, [saisissez la date de la photo] et recevez un cadeau de Shutterfly gratuit avec votre achat. ORDER NOW School Name: Harrisburg High School Picture Day Date: Friday, November 13 Picture Day ID: EVTDFV8D7 https://lifetouch.com Harrisburg High School Offer not available in Québec
Harrisburg High School Leadership Christmas Project!
Hello Harrisburg High School Families, It is that time of year again and we are gearing up for Parent/Teacher Conferences. Normally conferences are in person ,but due to COVID restrictions we are forced to make them virtual this year. Conferences will also be a little bit earlier than normal as they will be on November 12th and November 13th. Conferences on Thursday, will begin at 8am and run until 8pm. and on Friday from 8am and run until 4pm. There will be an hour long lunch from 12pm-1pm and dinner breaks from 5pm-6pm. Here is the conference schedule: November 12th 8am - 12pm 1pm - 5 pm 6pm - 8pm Nov 13th 8am-12pm 1pm-4pm Teachers are going to post a “Conference” Zoom link in their classroom page on the Harrisburg High School website, along with a schedule of times that they will be available. You can find the teacher classrooms, but going to Explore on the HS website and then scrolling down until you see Classrooms. Since we are not scheduling times for parents to meet with teachers, you will need to join the specific teacher’s waiting room for the teacher to speak with you. Please be patient with this process, it is new to all of us. If you are unable to connect with all of the teachers during conferences then feel free to reach out to them individually and set up an alternative time to meet with them. Thank you for your continued support in making Comprehensive Distance Learning the best we can make it for all.
Just another reminder High School picture day is this Friday November 13th from 10am-6pm. You can pick up an order form at the office or go on life touches website and use the picture ID code: EVTDFV8D7. Students must enter the north doors by the gym wearing masks and keeping 6 feet apart. Pictures are in the gym one at a time, you only may take your mask off when the photographer says it is okay. When done you will exit out the south doors.
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? https://my.thoughtexchange.com/239902900 What is working well with the current Comprehensive Distance Learning Model? https://my.thoughtexchange.com/704987192 --
Wanting to get some information out to parents about grades. Progress reports have gone out and you should be receiving them soon. With distance learning this year it has been decided that we will continue to collect work from students assigned during 1st quarter, 1st and 2nd quarter assignments can be turned in until the end of the semester one which is January 28th. Because of this there is a possibility that you will see a different grade in the wazzle gradebook than what you see on the progress report. Also if your child received a summer packet for classes they got an incomplete on from last spring they can still turn those in to the office when completed and get credit for those classes. Summer work can be placed in the mail box out front by the gate or dropped of in the office. If you have any questions please call the front office. Thank you, Kim Kahle
The new HSD app has been released and is now available in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. It's listed as Harrisburg School District 7J. It should update automatically. However, on my phone I had to uninstall the old app and reinstall the new one.
Harrisburg High School Leadership has an Instagram account! You can find them at: https://www.instagram.com/harrisburgleadership/
Hi HSD Families! Just a quick reminder that when you are picking up lunches at HES, that you are not blocking traffic. Please park in a parking spot, on the street or at the church. We have had some near misses with our busses that are picking up and dropping off students in the bus turnaround and want to keep everyone safe.
We’re happy to let you know that we'll soon be releasing a brand new version of our Harrisburg School District app. The app should update automatically if auto-updates are enabled on your phone. Otherwise, you'll be able to access the new app from either the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store. Once you have the new app, you may want to access your HSD app settings to verify that your default school and notification options are set up correctly https://5il.co/mec5
Picture day!!!! Picture day is coming soon. If you would like to pre-order online below is the information you will need. If you would prefer a paper order form they will be here in two weeks. Students will line up outside social distancing at least 6 feet apart. You must wear your mask until the photographer is ready to take your picture. Only one student in the gym at a time, no one is allowed to accompany them into the gym. Entrance and exit will be different doors to limit exposure. Any questions please call Kim Kahle at the office. 541-995-6632 ext 362 Link: https://my.lifetouch.com/mylifetouch/#/ School Name: Harrisburg High School Picture Day Date: Friday, November 13 from 10am-6pm in the HS gym Picture Day ID: EVTDFV8D7
First four weeks It is hard to believe we are completing four weeks of school in the 2020-21 school year. Our elementary school has grades k-3 meeting on campus for in person learning. Principal Geddes and team have done an amazing job following all of the ODE guidelines for health and safety purposes. Students and staff all wear facial coverings and follow social distancing as much as possible. Recesses are set up uniquely in order to comply with limiting the cohort mingling. Our food service department provides meals in the hallway, so students can eat in their classrooms and sanitation stations are located at every entrance. Our custodians are busy wiping surfaces, door handles and empting garbage cans. They have a restroom system in place that only allows 2 people at a time in the restroom, room capacity signs posted outside every room. As a reminder to our parents and guardians, as you come onto campus to pick up your son/daughter or drop off, please practice social distancing and wear a facial covering. Our success is the Harrisburg community’s success and in order for us to stay open for in person learning, we must continue practicing the safe practices recommended by the CDC. The good news is we remain student and staff free of any positive COVID-19 cases. In the Harrisburg School District, we have a wonderful staff of caring and professional individuals. It will take all of us working together in order to provide a healthy and safe place for our children to learn and grow. If you have questions or concerns please call me at 541-995-6626.
Class of 2020 Senior banners are available for pickup in the HS office. You may pick them up Mon-Thurs 7:30 am-5:00 pm. Thank you for your patience!
Class of 2019 Senior banners are ready to be picked up!! They are in the High School office and can be picked up Mon-Thurs 7:30 am to 5:00 pm. Thank you for your patience.
Thank you to everyone that has been patient with us as we continue to work hard to make distance learning as engaging and productive as possible. Our goal is to provide an online education that looks vastly different then last Spring by utilizing a new learning management system called Canvas. Unfortunately this has come with many unforeseen challenges that were out of our control. Rest assured that we are working closely with the Canvas implementation team, and our local ESD to overcome these. Understand that our staff will be very flexible and patient with students and families as we all become familiar with this new format of learning. It appears that we are very close to having things up and running and ask for your understanding as we iron out the details. With that being said, your student should receive an email that contains a Zoom link from each of their teachers prior to classes starting tomorrow. If we are unable to hold classes tomorrow because of the air quality and encroaching fires then this link will still work when we do get underway. Thanks again for your understanding and continued patience.
HS Families- Canvas is up and running. Please follow these important steps for your students to be able to login to Canvas. 1. Click on the Canvas Login link on the HS website. There is a button on the picture next to the Registar and FamilyID buttons. 2. This brings you to the Canvas login page. Your student needs to click on the Forget Password link. 3. Your student needs to enter their school email address and click on the Reset Password link. It may take up to 30 mins to receive an email from Canvas. 4. Once the email is received your student will be asked to reset their password. Once your student is able to login in to Canvas, they may not be able to see their classes. Canvas is still loading the courses and students.
HS families, we are still experiencing some issues with Canvas and logins for students. We hope to have that resolved soon. Stay tuned for updates. Thank you for your patience.
Due to air quality, the High School will close at 2:30 pm today- Tuesday, Sept 8th and all day Wednesday, Sept 9th. If you have issues with logging into Canvas and/or student email, please contact Kim Kahle @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Empezando martes, el 8 de septiembre, las comidas para llevar estarán disponibles para niños de 0 a 18 años, sin cargo. Las comidas se ofrecerán solo los días escolares entre las 11:30 am y la 1:00 pm a las puertas de la cafetería. Los padres todavía pueden recoger las comidas para sus hijos. Si necesita completar un formulario de almuerzo gratis o reducido, visite www.harrisburg.k12.or.us, elija Explore, desplácese hacia abajo hasta Parent & Community Resources. El formulario está en español e inglés. Gracias,
Starting Tuesday, Sept 8th, Grab and Go meals are will be available kids ages 0-18, free of charge. Meals will be offered on school days only between 11:30 am - 1:00 pm at the front doors of the cafeteria. Parents are still welcome to pick up meals for their children. If you need to fill out a free and reduced lunch form, please go to www.harrisburg.k12.or.us, choose Explore, scroll down to Parent & Community Resources. The form is in both Spanish and English.
*UPDATED START DATE FOR HIGH SCHOOL* The high school 's first day of school is now Thursday, Sept 10th. There will be school also on Friday, Sept 11th Due to the implementation of our new online platform Canvas, we are still working out the details for students to be able to login to their Canvas account. More details to be coming soon.
Student school supply fair Saturday, September 5th from 10am-12pm Harrisburg Christian Church
1-1 Program Device Agreement Form: https://5il.co/k1kv Please be sure to review and bring the signed portion with you to registration. The Spanish version is currently being updated.
FamilyID is now open for registration for high school Fall athletics. We request that you only register your student at this time, please do not pay for your sport until after the first practice on Aug 17th. For first time users of FamilyID, you must register at www.familyid.com and search for Harrisburg High School to complete your registration. Any questions, please email email@example.com
To the Harrisburg Families and community please know that we are well aware of the recent actions of one of our teachers. This person posted this message outside of school time and it is not reflective of the core beliefs or values of the school district. Administration is looking over our policies and standards proceeding accordingly. This is a personnel matter and will be handled confidentially. Our school district values the Linn County Sheriff's office and all law enforcement agencies. --
To the Harrisburg Families and community please know that we are well aware of the recent actions of one of our teachers. This person posted this message outside of school time and it is not reflective of the core beliefs or values of the school district. Administration is looking over our policies and standards proceeding accordingly. This is a personnel matter and will be handled confidentially. --
To our Harrisburg community and families- we are aware of the recent post on Facebook regarding one of our school district employees. The administration is aware of this situation.
Class of 2020 T-shirts -There are 2 medium and 1 small t-shirt for sale, $10/each. Contact Megan @ firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
Thursday, June 11th will be the last day that buses will be dropping off meals. Our summer program will continue to offer our first come first serve grab and go meals from 9:00am - 10:00am at the Elementary Cafeteria entrance thru July 30th.
**Reminder** Today, June 8th is device return day. HES 9am-1:30pm in the HES turnaround and HHS 1pm-6:30pm HS Yearbook pickup 9am-3:30pm
*HS Yearbook Pickup* All pre-ordered yearbooks will be available for pickup Monday, 6/8 9am-3:30pm. Yearbooks are sold out. If you did not pre-order, you can email Kim Kahle or Misty Bisby to be placed on a wait list. A new order will be placed and additional books will be available to those on the wait list in 3-4 weeks. Thank you
Hi 8th Grade Parents! We are interested in finding out which current 8th graders who will be 9th graders in the fall, are interested in participating in Fall athletics. If you have a student who is interested in participating in an Fall sport, please send your student's name, contact phone #, email address and which sport they would be interested in partcipating in to Megan Collett @ email@example.com. Please send this information to Megan Collett no later than June 15, 2020. Thank you!
***REMINDER**** Monday June 1st Band instrument, music, and uniform (tux or dress- HS only) turn in day is June 1 from 8 am to 8 pm. Families should pull into the bus circle at the Elementary school.
HSD Device Return Information: Date: Monday, June 8th Times/Locations: 9am-1:30pm @ HES turnaround & 1pm-6:30pm @ HHS front parking lot Please be sure to bring all HSD devices and chargers with you to either drop-off location. See you then!
Caps & Gowns are in!! Kim will be in the HS office Thursday and Friday from 8 am - 5pm for you to pick them up.
Meet our new Harrisburg Elementary School principal, Darlene Geddes! https://www.harrisburg.k12.or.us/article/251914?org=hes
Senior t-shirt pickup day is Tuesday, May 26th 9am-12pm in front of the high school. If you ordered additional shirts, they must be paid for at that time. Additional t-shirts are $10.00. Payment options are: Call the high school office to make a credit card payment over the phone. Office hours Tue & Thurs 8am-4pm Cash-Exact change please Check- made out to HHS
Caps & Gowns will be in next week! You will be notified when they are available for pickup.
Band instrument, music, and uniform (tux or dress- HS only) turn in day is June 1 from 8 am to 8 pm. Families should pull into the bus circle at the Elementary school.
Just a reminder to fill out the Google form survey for school lunch delivery! Survey is due Thursday, April 30th. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeYMY-Xvhj5grR-QFQogslAFvsMPH1_cdUmtd_-QL11sZl6Nw/viewform?usp=sf_link
Please click on the link to fill out the Google Form for questions about School lunch delivery. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeYMY-Xvhj5grR-QFQogslAFvsMPH1_cdUmtd_-QL11sZl6Nw/viewform?usp=sf_link
Hi Senior Parents! We are going to have a senior slideshow still this year. If you would like your senior included in this, please email Megan Collett, firstname.lastname@example.org, a baby picture and a senior picture. If you have already submitted a senior picture for the yearbook, that photo will be used unless you would like a different senior picture used in the senior slideshow. If you are unable to email a picture, please contact Megan Collett at 541-995-6626 or email@example.com. Please have your pictures turned in no later than Friday, May 1st.
Please remember, that unless you have written permission from a parent, do not post school related pictures of other students .
Mark your calendars! You do not want to miss this event! The HSD Staff Car Parade will be Thursday, April 16, starting at 1:00pm. For more details please visit: https://thecounselorcorner.wixsite.com/harrisburg/post/hsd-staff-car-parade
The Distance Learning Resources FAQ page is now available on our website (https://www.harrisburg.k12.or.us/o/harrisburg/page/district-learning-resources-faq). It’s located under Explore -> Information. We will be updating this page as more questions arise.
We now have 2 drop off locations for homework packets. Homework can be dropped off at anytime and will be checked several times a week. The drop off box at the high school is for high school work only. The drop off box between the elementary school and JR high is for their work only. The drop off box at high school in front of the school by the bike rack. The drop off box for elementary and JR high is between the elementary and JR high schools. It is located across the street from the tennis courts- facing 6th street. It is up against the school and is white in color. Please only put homework packets in the drop off box. If you need to return a Chromebook, please contact your school's office, please do not put in the drop box.
See the link for the latest press release from the Oregon Department of Education of about the pathways for Seniors and graduation https://5il.co/exwx
The decision has been made to make our second semester (3rd and 4th quarters combined) Pass/NoPass for all students grades 7-11. This will hopefully take some of the pressure off of our families and students as we work to provide education through distance learning. Thank you.
Hi Harrisburg High Senior Parents- There is still room in the Yearbook for you to take out an ad for your Senior. For more information, please email Misty Bisby @ firstname.lastname@example.org Ads are due by April 30, 2020. Thank you & Go Eagles!
This is a message for all Seniors and Senior parents at HHS. In light of the announcement by Governor Kate Brown, Harrisburg Leadership, Harrisburg Booster Club, and The Harrisburg Education Association are working on a project to honor each of the members of the Class of 2020. All three organizations would like to thank the City of Harrisburg for their integral part in making this project a reality. We are in need of some information from you in order to put this together. Please send verification that it is okay to display your son or daughter’s first and last name and picture in the Harrisburg Community to Mrs. Carroll at email@example.com . If you have not sent in a Senior picture yet, please also send a picture you would like us to use to Mrs. Carroll. Please keep in mind, all pictures must be approved before use.We are here for you Class of 2020, together let’s be #EagleSTRONG.
Good Evening Harrisburg School District Families - Based on Governor Kate Brown's announcement earlier, all in-class learning will closed for the rest of the school year. Bryan Starr, our Superintendent, has placed a more detailed document on our Harrisburg School District website under the news section. Please continue to check our website and Facebook pages for updates on this everchanging event. To our Harrisburg High School Senior parents, we will be reaching out to you in the next few days so that you know what the next steps are for your student. Thank you and have a good evening.
The high school office staff will be working on refunds for anyone who has paid a Spring sport fee and for the Tractor Safety course - which has also been canceled. Refunds for the band trip have already been mailed out.
n honor of our Harrisburg High School student athletes and all students of the Harrisburg School District, we will be turning on our stadium lights on as a symbol of hope and support. We want all of our students to know how important they are to us and we care for each and everyone of them. The lights will come on school nights Monday-Thursday at 8:20 pm in honor of our athletes and students and will light up the stadium for five minutes. This is modeled after the Colorado Be the Light Movement. Click on the link below for more information. https://chsaanow.com/2020-04-04/friday-night-lights-in-april-schools-light-their-stadiums-for-students/
Don't forget the Harrisburg School District has a new app for your phone. This is the quickest and easiest way to get up to date information. Look for Harrisburg School District 7J in your app store.
The school district know has an Instagram account. This will be another way of reaching our Harrisburg families. Follow us at harrisburg_school_district7
The end of the 3rd Quarter is this Friday April 10th. Students will have the option of keeping their current 3rd quarter grade(s), (College credit classes excluded) or work directly with their teacher to complete missing items, or alternative assignments to improve their grade(s). Any student that has made prior arrangements with their teacher and is not finished with work by April 10th will be given an incomplete for the 3rd quarter and will have until April 24th to complete these requirements. Please work directly with your teacher(s) if you would like the opportunity to improve grades prior to the end of the 3rd quarter.
April 2, 2020 Please review the following update regarding the expectations and details of distance learning for Harrisburg Jr/Sr High School students: Our staff has spent this week (March 30-April 2) working hard to adapt to the world of distant learning. They have been very involved with developing creative ways to educate our students remotely. All of this starts with making sure all of our families have the necessary equipment and materials to access education. Starting next week (April 6-9) you should be able to access material for your students to work on. During this week please make sure that contact is made with each of your student’s teachers. The expectation is that your student needs to make contact with each of their teachers at least once per week. This can occur in a variety of ways which includes email, Zoom, or by phone. Our goal for this week is that everyone (staff, students, and parents) becomes familiar with the process of distance learning. I am asking my teachers not to enter grades this week as we realize there will be some challenges that need to be overcome and I don’t want additional stress placed on students that are adjusting to this style of learning. On April 13th we will officially start providing Distance Learning where teachers will be establishing due dates, requiring assignments and assessments, providing feedback, and entering grades. The expectation is that students will spend approximately 30 minutes per day for each of their classes. Students will also need to continue to make weekly check-ins with their teachers. This will provide the opportunity for all students to earn their credits for the second semester. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work together to provide the best possible education for our students during these challenging circumstances.
The governor's executive order gave five stipulations for school districts to do in order to receive state school funding. One of those is to continue paying employees through the closure. We are looking into having staff perform painting and possibly other maintenance items around the district while following social distancing guidelines. We are planning to have classified staff work with teachers and be available for phone calls, paper packet copying and collating each week.
Here is a link to ODE parent resource. Yesterday I mentioned online distance learning. I was incorrect in using online in my sentence. Distance learning is not digital learning. More to come.. Here is the link: https://www.oregon.gov/ode/educator-resources/standards/Documents/A%20Guide%20%20for%20At-Home%20Learning_final_accessible.pdf
As Harrisburg SD prepares for online distance learning, here are 5 tips for families to consider: https://5il.co/egdn
For those who will be picking up an iPad or Chromebook this week, please take a moment to read the Student Device Checkout Agreement document (https://5il.co/e0tu). If at all possible, bring the signed portion with you when picking up your loaner device (one per device).
Please be sure to check out the updated information about the Remote Learning Resources pick-up times and locations: https://5il.co/e9zy
Several companies are taking steps to extend internet services to consumers. This list is not all inclusive. Feel free to contact the local service provider in your area to see if they are part of the Keep Americans Connected Pledge. https://5il.co/e01o
Harrisburg School District's access to learning content inquiry: https://forms.gle/GysGJEX9RxkPRUWV9
As a school district we will offer supplemental education and learning opportunities for our students. The principals's are working with their teachers towards this end. We have a planning meeting scheduled for Monday, March 30 and begin implementation April 1, 2020.
We learned yesterday from Oregon Department of Education that they plan to focus first on creating pathways for graduation for all seniors in the state. As a district we will have a plan in place for our seniors and all high school students the week after spring break.
Based on state and federal guidelines, we must remind parents that we serve meals to students. During our grab-n-go time students/children must be present to receive the meals. We cannot give the meals to parents of children. Thank you for understanding.
Please take a moment to read this important announcement from Superintendent Bryan Starr: https://5il.co/dw53
We are serving a breakfast/lunch combo in a grab-n-go format from 9 - 10 a.m. for children ages 0-18 at the elementary school cafeteria. We have a limited number of meals so it is first come first served basis.
The meals are for children ages 0-18 only. A shout out to our food service workers and their leader Dawn Spears.
Harrisburg School District will provide breakfast and lunch based upon ODE approval from 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. for Monday, March 16 through Thursday, March 19 and Monday, March 30 and Tuesday, March 31. This will be a grab and go style lunch.
March 13, 2020 OSAA NEWS RELEASE MEDIA RELEASE OSAA SUSPENDS PRACTICES AND CONTESTS THROUGH MARCH 31 March 13, 2020 – (Wilsonville, OR) Per Governor Brown’s announcement regarding school closures, the Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) has suspended interscholastic practices and contests for sports and activities for all member schools effective today through March 31. During this suspension we will evaluate this evolving public health situation with the Oregon Health Authority, the Oregon Department of Education, the OSAA Executive Board, the OSAA Sports Medicine Advisory Committee and member school administrators from throughout the state to determine when, or if, to resume the spring season. More information will be communicated via www.osaa.org as it becomes available.
Friday March 13th school will be in session
In an effort to keep you informed, here's a letter about COVID-19, what we're doing about it, and what you can do: https://5il.co/dfce Here's some additional information from CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/specific-groups/guidance-for-schools.html
Come be part of our Girls basketball send-off to state on Wednesday March 4th at 11am in the North parking lot at the HS. Go Eagles!
Dont forget this Friday 2/14 Mr Eagle will have babysitting from 6-9 in the HS gym. Come support our kids and help save the babies.
HSD staff, parents, and students: I'm excited to inform you that we are in the final stages of setting up our new district website! We will also have an app that you'll be able to download from either the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store. More information coming soon!