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Harrison High School Seniors Recognized at Annual Athletic Awards

    Congratulations to the Harrison High school seniors who participated in Varsity athletics during…

Harrison High School Implements New Tradition - # HarrisonStrong

    In light of the tragedies that occurred this school year, the faculty and…

HHS Junior Elliot Fuerst Receives Leadership Award from GLSEN

    Congratulations to Harrison High School junior Elliot Fuerst who was the recipient of…

Parsons Celebrates End of Year With Multicultural Celebration

    The students, faculty, and parents were treated to an end of the year…

Louis M Klein Service Club Recognized For Dedication to Charitable Works

    The LMK Service Club, under the guidance of Laura Sardilli and Fred DePalma,…

Harrison High School Spring Varsity Athletes Receive Post Season Honors

    Congratulations to the Harrison High School Spring Varsity athletes and coaches who received…

Genius Hour Implemented in Harrison Avenue’s Fourth Grade Classroom

    Fourth grade co-teachers Lauren Fahey and Lauren Dermody at Harrison Avenue Elementary School…

Parsons Elementary Raises Money for Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation

    The Green Key Service Club at Parsons Memorial Elementary opened their own lemonade…

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Harrison Central School District’s First graders and kindergartners celebrated recently their 100th Day of school in the “grades”.  Students at Harrison Avenue, Parsons Memorial, S.J. Preston, and Purchase Elementary Schools enjoyed the day integrating counting, measuring, writing, reading, and building skills in their quest to find activities that incorporated 100 in the lesson.

 

 

The young students at Preston took the activity one step further by dressing the part.  Many students came dressed as centenarians – some with curlers and canes to visually illustrate the theme.  Even in higher level grades, students fused multiplication and division with the help of edible visual aids.

 

 

 

 

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