Mr. James Lopez, Assistant Superintendent of Operations and Facilities, presented the Proclamation for West Virginia School Service Personnel Day from Governor Jim Justice before the Board. West Virginia School Service Personnel Day is September 23, 2021. School service personnel are involved in nearly every aspect of education and are instrumental as their roles touch the instructional as well as the non-instructional service of the educational system. Harrison County Schools with the Harrison County Board of Education and the community recognizes the outstanding work of our service personnel.
Clarksburg Harrison Public Library to hold Fall Fest! Saturday, September 25, 2021 10:00am - 2:00pm Library Lawn For more information be sure to visit our live feed.
Lumberport is excited to begin our 4th and 5th grade strings and 5ht grade band program again. Students and parents were able to come out and choose their instrument of choice. Soon the halls will be filled with music!
Today, we honor Patriot Day and mark 20 years since the attacks of September 11, 2001 by remembering the victims and recognizing those who continue to be affected. #HarrisonCountySchoolsWV #NeverForget
Members of the Clarksburg Fire Department came to North View Elementary to talk to the 3rd Grade about fire safety!
🚨IMPORTANT MESSAGE 🚨 Food shortages are nationwide, and our district is also experiencing unavailable items or last-minute replacements. Menus are subject to change, but we will do our best to notify our community via social media and our app if there are any changes. We appreciate your patience and understanding! We look forward to serving all of our students' free breakfast and lunch this school year.
The ACT will be given on October 23, 2021. Please check test location availability as it is subject to change based on COVID-19 restrictions. The registration deadline is September 17th, with late fees accepted until October 1. Students will need to register for the ACT at http://www.actstudent.org/regist/dates.html.
John Ebert will be hosting an ACT Math Prep Class on Sunday, October 3rd, in the BMS LGI, from 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm. Mr. Ebert will contact students via email if the class is moved to an online format due to COVID-19 restrictions. Students must register at http://www.johnebertmathactprep.com prior to attending this free course.
Happy Pepperoni Day! Our students love homemade pepperoni rolls prepared by our amazing cooks! #SchoolLunch #HarrisonCountySchoolsWV
Harrison County Schools will be closed today to celebrate Labor Day. To our employees, we are incredibly grateful for your hard work and dedication to our students and communities!
Harrison County Schools has become aware of an announcement circulating that our District is closed next week. This is simply not true. We look forward to seeing our students in the classroom on Tuesday morning after the Labor Day holiday.
👏🏼 Congrats to Kristi Jones of Johnson Elementary on being named the WVDE Teacher of the Week on Tuesday. READ ➡️ https://wvde.us/teacher-of-the-week-kristi-jones/
🤒DO NOT SEND YOUR STUDENT TO SCHOOL IF... 🤧 ➡️The student tests positive for COVID-19 ➡️Someone in the household tests positive for COVID-19 ➡️The student is waiting for send away tests results ➡️The student is exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms 🚨Positive cases must isolate for 10 days even if they do not have symptoms. 🚨Students who stay home sick need to return to school with a Note. If you meet any of these, please contact the Harrison-Clarksburg Health Department for further guidance. #HarrisonCountySchools #HarrisonCountySchools
🤒DON'T FEEL WELL? 🤧 Students should stay home if they are sick. Tell your mom, dad, or caregiver before you come to school. Tell your teacher or an adult if you become sick at school. #HarrisonCountySchools
↘️A Message from Healthy Grandfamilies ↙️ Ladies and Gentlemen, After much checking around and discussion, we have decided to postpone the live Healthy Grandfamily Sessions until March. Grandfamilies are helping their grandchildren adjust to being back in school, some are concerned about gathering due to the upswing in COVID cases and some have some other conflicts at this time. We will continue to meet the information and training needs of the Grandfamilies by phone calls, face to face socially distanced home visits and the Grandparents as Parents Support Group. In January, we will start recruiting and planning for our Sessions to begin in March.
Big Elm Elementary teachers and aides are excited to be back in school! Featured here: Traci Davis, Renee Powell, JC Caruso, Melissa Gifford, Kelli Clark, Darlene Akers. #HarrisonCountySchools #BigElmElementary
Lumberport Elementary S.OA.R.R.ing into a new year!!
The COVID-19 Reporting Numbers dashboard on the website contained out-of-date information and does not reflect current cases in our schools. Harrison County Schools is not currently providing a COVID-19 Reporting Numbers dashboard. We apologize for the confusion.
Mrs. Jones instructs her First Grade Class at Johnson Elementary on the first day of school!
Welcome Back Harrison County Schools students!