Art Club meets Wednesdays in the high school art room, exempting special schedule changes.
Students who attend art club are given an opportunity to work on and get advice for independent projects, school art assignments, and school murals.
Meeting time is 4:00 -5:00 p.m.
Participation is limited to HS students
Communicating with parents is an important part of the work we do as a school district. One of our many avenues for communication is the use of SchoolMessenger, a parent notification system that is provided to us courtesy of Commercial Trust Company. Many parents rely on SchoolMessenger for receiving important and timely information regarding school […]Read More
If you have children who meet the qualifications for enrollment in Pre-K or Kindergarten for the 2019-20 school year, please click the link for information about our spring roundup. We look forward to meeting our new Harrisburg Bulldogs! http://harrisburg.k12.mo.us/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/kindergarten-roundup.pdfRead More
Ms. Tiffany chaperoned a group of 20 middle school students to Mizzou’s campus for the annual middle school writing conference on Friday, March 8. There, the kids attended four hands-on sessions led by writing project teaching consultants, including Dr. D. The theme for the conference was music, so students played with poetry, did music-inspired mad-libs, […]Read More
High school art students attended a Visual Art Day at Culver Stockton along with 400 students from area schools. Students signed up for workshops taught by area artists. There was also an art show that students could enter. Grace Whitaker and Riley Critchlow each received honorable mentions for artwork they submitted. Riley also received a […]Read More
Everyone join in to congratulate Riley Critchlow on her win at the speech team’s district competition this weekend, which qualifies her for state!. She placed second in dramatic interpretation with her own adaptation of Laurie Halse Anderson’s Speak. She will perform this piece, along with the top scorers across the state, on Saturday, April 13, […]Read More
The Scholastic DINO-MITE Book Fair is headed to the HEMS library March 4-8, 2019. Super-size fun awaits when our readers are turned into reading raptors, bookceratops, and readasaurus rex bookivores ready to unleash their inner dino and enjoy a stomping, chomping, reading good time! Fair Hours: Monday, March 4 1:00-7:00 during Parent/Teacher Conferences Tuesday-Friday March 5-8 8:00-4:00 daily Spring Book Fair FlyerSpring Book Fair […]Read More
In a surprise announcement while surrounded by family, senior Audrey McBride was awarded the Columbia College Presidential Scholarship on Friday, February 15. She competed in the Columbia College Scholarship Day competition in January. The competition involved a written essay and a personal interview. To be eligible to compete in the competition, students must have a […]Read More
Harrisburg has named Christopher Starkey as their 2nd coach in the history of their program, succeeding Travis Kinkade. Starkey is a Missouri native, but most recently was the Interim Head Football Coach & Offensive Coordinator at River Valley HS in Fort Mohave, AZ. Starkey graduated from Vianney HS in St. Louis and played collegiality at […]Read More
For a limited time only get select items up to 35% off. This great sale will be able to be combined with the current promotion of 20% off all orders over $75! Don’t miss out as these items are only while supplies last. Just visit the Harrisburg Team Store and choose sale in the top […]Read More
At the February Board of Education meeting the addition of March 11 as a weather make up day was approved and added to our school calendar. Please note the following dates that school will be in session to make up for days missed due to weather: March 11, March 18, April 15, and April 29. […]Read More