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Saturday May 27, 2017

LMK and HHS Students Showcase Work at 3rd Annual Visual Arts Show

    Students at Louis M. Klein Middle School and Harrison High School showcased a…

HHS Students Win Essay Contest In Celebration of Women’s History Month

    Harrison High School students Emily Diaz and Mikayla Tucci were award winners for…

LMK Sixth Annual Carnival Benefits Guiding Eyes for the Blind

    The LMK Student Council hosted its Sixth Annual Carnival and was dedicated to…

HHS Boys Golf Win League, Send Seven to Sectionals, and Two to States (Update)

    The Harrison High School Boys Golf Team has won the League Championship and…

HHS Inducts Students into the National Honor Society

    Congratulations to the Harrison High School students who were inducted into the National…

HHS’ The Addams Family Earns 12 Metro Nominations

    Congratulations to the outstanding cast, crew and faculty of the HHS Footlight Players…

HHS Varsity Baseball Season Ends in Seminfinals - (Updated 5/25)

    The Boys Varsity Baseball team (ranked #10) saw their season draw to a…

HHS Students Inducted into the National Dance Honor Society

    Congratulations to the eighteen new members who were recently inducted into the Harrison…

Harrison Avenue Second Graders Teach Valuable Lesson

    The second grade class at Harrison Avenue Elementary School performed a play titled…

NEWS BULLETINS

HCSD 2017-18 Budget Passes (Official Results)

The Harrison Central School District would like to thank the community for their continued support, passing the school budget by...


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Textbook Loans for Private/ Parochial Schools

Applications for the Textbook Loan Program for Private and Parochial Schools are due in the Business Office by July 3,...


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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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