Harrison County Schools

...Where all are Leaders  and all are Learners.

3-hour delay
Reminder: All schools will operate on a 3-hour delay tomorrow, November 30, for staff training.

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

News and Announcements

What Will the Proposed Levy Call Provide

Levy Frequently Asked Questions  

Harrison County Schools High School Theatre Season 2015-2016

Steps to Report Suspected Bullying

Playground Dedication

Adamston Elementary dedicated their new playground equipment today.  This project was made possible through school fundraising efforts, and support from both the Harrison County Commission and Harrison County Board of Education.

We Carry the Colors for the Community
As part of RCB JROTC Service Learning Project they adopted the VA Nursing Home. [More]

ACT Math Prep Class

John Ebert will be hosting the ACT Math Prep Classes at Robert C. Byrd High School in the LGI.  The dates are December 2, December 3, and an Advanced Class on December 6, each from 6-8 pm.  Students need to sign-up at johnebertmathactprep.com

How to Survive Parenting!

2014-2015 Parent Survey Results

General Information

The proposed LEVY will now provide allowance to support public libraries and 4-H program with $250,000 annually.

WVU ROTC Lieutenant Colonel Steven Clark presenting information about Veterans Day to RCB students with the help of RCB's JROTC program.