Wednesday October 07, 2015

HHS Relay for Life Named Rookie Event of the Year

    The Harrison High School Relay for Life event, that took place last April,…

HCSD Teachers and Administrators Honored at Tenure Celebration

    Congratulations to the sixteen Harrison teachers and five administrators who were conferred tenure…

HHS Fall Varsity Sports Updates Through Week of 9/27

    The HHS Varsity Fall season is off and running and already picking up…

Harrison Educational Foundation Presents Grants to BOE

    The Harrison Educational Foundation presented the Harrison Board of Education with a check…

HHS Students Bike Across America for Pediatric Cancer

    Harrison High School senior Cassie Marriott and her brother junior Will Marriott participated…

Previously Unscheduled Board of Education Meeting

Please Note: A previously unscheduled regular business meeting of the Harrison Central School District Board of Education will be held...


Important Information Regarding Rye-Harrison Game

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HCSD Board of Education's Position on APPR

The following is the position on the Annual Professional Performance Review as adopted by the Board of Education for...


HCSD Television Programming is Now On Fios

Good News !!! - Verizon FiOS customers in Harrison can now watch television programming provided by the school...


Breakfast Service at LMK

Breakfast service will not be in place for LMK at the start of the new school year. Parents will be...



Congratulations to the Harrison High School Girls Winter Track and Field team who captured the Section 1 Championship for the first time in school history. The HHS Girls team amassed 148 points to second place finisher Pearl River's 109 points and third place Nanuet with 87.

“At the beginning of the season, the coaching staff felt that this year’s team had a chance to bring home the championship,” said Coach Dominic Zanot.  “As the season progressed, we became more optimistic about our chances; however, we knew we still had to perform against some very good competition.  With our point total, our girls rose to the occasion and showed that the sport could be called Field and Track instead of Track and Field.”

Those athletes who placed in the Top 6 and gained valuable points are listed while many personal records were established.  The Top 3 in an event will earn All Section honors. Individual results were as follows:

Shot Put
Bianca Diniz - Section 1 Champion

Weight Throw
Bianca Diniz - Section 1 Champion

Long Jump
Erica LaManna – Section 1 Champion (Personal Record)
Kate Ryan – 2nd Place (Personal Record)
Michelle Aguirre – 3rd Place (Personal Record)
Katie Murabito – 4th Place (Personal Record)

Triple Jump
Katie Murabito – Section 1 Champion (Personal Record)
Julia Provino – 2nd Place (Personal Record)
Michelle Aguirre – 3rd Place
Lea Sarmiento – 5th Place

High Jump
Christine Cardascia – 4th Place (Ties Personal Record)

55m Dash
Marisa Gazzola – Section 1 Champion
Jia Luo – 2nd Place (Personal Record)

55m Hurdles
Katie Murabito – 4th Place (Personal Record)
Lea Sarmiento – 5th Place (Personal Record)

300m Dash
Jia Luo – Section 1 Champion (NEW SCHOOL RECORD)
Marisa Gazzola  - 2nd Place (Personal Record)

4 x 200 Relay
Elisa Arcara, Marisa Gazzola, Julia Provino, Christine Cardascia – Section 1 Champions

4 x 400 Relay
Erica LaManna, Nadia Gonzalez, Divya Molakala, Michelle Aguirre – 2nd Place

4 x 800 Relay
Ella Eisinger, Nadia Gonzalez, Lauren Nielsen, Liz Marino – 3rd Place



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