Senior Derek Howard has been a highly successful student throughout his K-12 school career. As the school district has had significant issues with not only designing a new website but also with recovering from a website compromise, Derek has been instrumental in rebuilding the damaged website as well as training school staff to maintain the new and improved site. As a student, Derek challenges his teachers and classmates with provocative questions and conversations. He has excelled at state-wide testing every year always scoring in the Advanced scoring categories. We are all looking forward to watching Derek as he journeys down his post-high school path. I asked Derek to provide me with a few specific biographical details so I could create a short article highlighting his success. Derek responded by writing a short autobiography that is better than anything I could create for him. Click here to enjoy Derek Howard’s autobiography. Derek is an exemplary student who makes us tremendously proud!
First graders recited the Pledge of Allegiance for KOMU 8’s Daily Pledge segment. First grade dad, Kenny Eskew, filmed the segment which made the activity extra special. Kenny (a Harrisburg alumni) served eight years in the military including tours in Afghanistan and Iraq prior to working for KOMU. Mr. Eskew brought a flag to show […]Read More
Courtwarming 2016 was held on Friday, January 29th. The Harrisburg bulldogs hosted the Marceline tigers. The Harrisburg royalty was crowned at the conclusion of the basketball games. Congratulations to Queen Kaitlan Lewis and King Arthur Betts. Congratulations also to Princess Samantha George and Prince Stephen Nichols.Read More
The Harrisburg Lady Bulldog Softball team received the status as an Academic All-State Team. The team had 15 members this past season. In order to receive this honor, the team had to have a cumulative GPA of 3.3 and the team qualified with a GPA of 3.33. Individual honors went to team members that are […]Read More
Harrisburg Spelling Bee was held on Thursday, January 21. Elementary and middle school students competed. This year was extra special because two brothers won the title of spelling bee champ, Harley and Justus Whitaker. They will move on to compete in Columbia, Missouri at the area spelling bee. Good luck, Whitakers!Read More