3073 Hawk Highway
Lost Creek, WV 26385
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~~HOME OF THE HAWKS~~
IMPORTANT SCHOOL INFORMATION
Check out whats going on at SHHS in our November Newsletter
Mon. Nov. 30 -- 3 hour delay for students for staff development
SHHS Playoff Information!!!!
Single A--Playoff Bracket
South Harrison will take on No. 11 St. Mary's this Friday, Nov. 20 under the lights at the Gary Barnette Field with kick-off at 7:30 pm.
Pep Club would like for fans of the mighty Hawks to wear orange at the quarterfinal game against St. Mary's. Let's show the Blue Devil's our "Orange Crush!" Go HAWKS!!!
Students will be able to pre-purchase their playoff tickets for $5 during both lunches all week. Adult tickets will also be sold ONLY during these lunches for $7. Parents/guardians may send their money with a student to pre-purchase adult tickets to alleviate long lines at the ticket gates. There will be NO passes for this game!!!
Get your orange spirit towel from Mrs. Ash before she sells out! $5
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
1. Haul of Fame Fundraiser Form --This fundraiser is for a new band trailer and with a $50 sponsorship your will name will be placed on the trailer. Help support the SHHS Band!!!!!
2. Kroger Community Rewards page:
Congratulations to the October students of the month:
12 - Kate Dye
11 - Emily Bowman
10 - Colin Colombo
9 - Lauren Moore
In 1965, Lost Creek High School and West Milford's Unidis High School were consolidated to create South Harrison High School. This new school was a grade 7-12 facility. In the summer of 1996, the Harrison County Board members officially separated South Harrison High School and South Harrison Middle School into two facilities.
In 2006, the Harrison County Board voted and once again placed the high school and middle school under one administration.
Again in 2010, the Harrison County Board members voted to once again split the High School and Middle School into two separate facilities.