Harrison County Schools
...Where all are Leaders and all are Learners.
Beginning with the 2017 - 2018 school year, new students entering Pre-K or Kindergarten and ANY student entering 2nd grade and 7th grade are required to show proof of a Dental and Health Check / comprehensive health examination prior to entry into school. Students in 7th grade are also required to have the Tdap and meningitis shots to enter. Please make an appointment with your child's Doctor and Dentist to make sure they have completed the examination requirments and provide proof to the school.
Learning Options - hands-on, educational workshops for kids.
Now Hiring Substitute Bus Operators, Custodians and Substitute Mechanics: Applicants must have a high school diploma or GED. Applicants selected for training will be required to submit a fingerprint background check. Bus operators must be at least 21 years of age. To apply, click on the employment link above. The Harrison County Board of Education is issuing applications for Substitute Mechanic at www.harcoboe.net or in person at the Harrison County Board of Education Building, 3rd floor, 445 W. Main Street, Clarksburg, WV. All applicants must have a high shool diploma or GED to apply and must possess a valid CDL license or be willing to obtain one within 60 days after application. Prior mechanic experience is preferred. All applicants selected will be fingerprinted and administered a background check. THE HARRISON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
As a leader in education and technology, Harrison County Schools is providing this website for students, parents, community members, faculty, and staff as a focal point for information and communication concerning our school system. As you peruse this site, I hope that you will find the information contained here to be a vital resource that can be used to ensure that Harrison County students become successful 21st Century Learners.
From activities to curriculum, board meetings to school delays, everything you need to know can be found here including links to each individual school's website, LiveGrades, lunch menus, and other helpful sites.
Harrison County Schools strives to be a high quality school system with rigorous and relevant curriculum provided by highly qualified faculty and staff. I welcome you to our website and encourage you to explore all of the resources presented.
Dr. Mark Manchin