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HHS Girls Track and Field Team Captures League Championship


Congratulations to the Harrison High School Girls Track and Field team who captured the League Championship. This is the ninth League Championship in the last ten years for the HHS Girls Track and Field team.

The Girls Track and Field Team finished with 139 points, eleven points better than the next team Byram Hills who finished with 128 points.  Harrison Girls had 8 individuals win 7 Gold medals, 8 individuals who won six silver medals, and one bronze medalist.

They are as follows:


Kirsi Rajagopal


Kirsi Rajagopal


Ashia Kapio

100m Hurdles

Ashia Kapio

400m Hurdles

Kelly Quinn


Hope Hessler


Ciara Gougherty, Amelia Fischer, Julia Alcoba, Madison Stagg

4 x 100 Relay


Silver Medals

Emily Hasset


Cece Gilmore


Ciara Gougherty

Long Jump

Georgia Kiriakou

Pole Vault

Ashia Kapio

Triple Jump

Ciara Gougherty, Maddie Tucci, Julia Alcoba, Gianna Menniti

4 x 400 Relay


Bronze Medals

Ashia Kapio

Long Jump


At the Westchester County Championships this past weekend, junior Kirsi Rajagopal continued her amazing spring season by winning the 3000m and breaking her own school record in the process.  Kirsi had set the record, held since 2004, only three weeks ago.  Ashia Kapio was crowned the Westchester County Champion in the Pentathlon event.

Other Harrison Girls Track and Field Westchester County Medalists were Amelia Fischer, Gianna Menniti, Kelly Quinn, Madison Stagg and Maddie Tucci.  The Harrison Girls Track and Field team will compete for the Section 1 Class B title on Friday, May 25th.


LMK Carnival Raises Money for Hudson Valley Make-A-Wish


The students and teachers of Louis M. Klein Middle School used their fun-filled Winter Carnival to raise money for the Hudson Valley chapter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.  The 8th grade class, with student representative Jack Di Lorenzo, presented a check for $4,501 dollars to the charity at their Spring Concert.

The Louis M. Klein Middle School has been hosting a Carnival for the past seven years and all money collected and gift baskets donated by teachers, staff, administrators, and parents that are auctioned have been donated to specific charities each year.

Over the seven years, LMK has been proud to have raised approximately $35,000 for worthwhile causes.

To learn more about the Hudson Valley Make-A-Wish organization and find ways to volunteer, please visit their website at http://hudson.wish.org 





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The Harrison Central School District is dedicated to the belief that the most important endeavor in any community is the cooperative effort of parents, community members, and educators to ensure the best possible education of its children. The faculty and staff are committed to a mission of equity, access, rigor and adaptability for all of its students. These core values inform every aspect of our school district’s work.


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