Harrison County Schools
...Where all are Leaders and all are Learners.
August 1, 2015
12 noon - 4pm
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
?Rachel Skubis (April)
Shelia Napier (May)
Harrison County school children represented our area at the 92nd Annual Marbles Tournament on the beach in Wildwood, New Jersey... [MORE]
School Entry Immunizations
Attention Parents/Guardians of current 6th and 11th grade students: This is to remind you that your 7th grade child will not be able to enter school in the fall unless he/she has proof of Tdap given after the age of 12 and a Meningitis vaccine. Twelfth grade children are required to have a Meningitis vaccine after the age of 16 years. This is a relatively new law and will be strictly enforced when the 2015-2016 school year begins. Thank you for your attention to this important matter.
For Employees with Prorated Summer Checks
|Regular Pay Date||Date Check Will Be Mailed||Direct Deposit Effective Date|
|June 18th (20th)||June 17, 2015||June 18, 2015|
|July 3rd (5th)||June 29, 2015||June 30, 2015|
|July 20th||July 10, 2015||July 13, 2015|
|August 5th||July 28, 2015||July 29, 2015|
|August 20th||August 12, 2015||August 13, 2015|
Kudos to Mr. Steve Gibson, principal of Robert C. Byrd High School, who made a special trip to Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown to present a diploma to one of his students who had been injured in an accident the previous week and was unable to attend his graduation ceremony.