High School Art Club

HS Art Club

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

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Harrisburg High School Graduation will be at 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 20th in the high school gym.  Please come out and support our seniors one last time.  We are proud of the accomplishments of this class and are ready to celebrate with them on Sunday.

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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 […]

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Superintendency Vacancy Filled Steve Combs has been employed as the new superintendent for the Harrisburg R-VIII School District starting July 1, 2017. Steve is currently employed as the high school principal for the district. The superintendent search attracted a strong candidate pool. The search effort by Harrisburg’s Board of Education was supported by the Missouri […]

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We are excited to have Ellie, a diabetic alert dog, attending school on a regular basis.  Ellie is a trained service dog for first grade teacher Kelsey Fisher.  It is comforting to know that this newest member of our school community will help insure Mrs. Fisher’s safety while she is teaching, and we believe Ellie’s presence […]

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Getting Ready for Next Year Already? Yes! A wonderful committee comprised of some of this year’s sophomores – the Class of 2020 – helped create a bulletin board outside Dr. D’s room to celebrate their independent reading this year. They copied covers and pages and even created some black out poems to recommend titles for […]

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Good luck to these students that will be competing at state track on Friday, May 18 and Saturday, May 19!

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 The third and fourth hour Field Studies classes at the high school are participating in the Float Your Boat Race at Bass Pro on April 28th. The race will be at 11 a.m. These students will be helping float the boat:  Rachel Strawn, Cody Karl, Charles Strain and Addison Furlong. Students have built a boat out of cardboard […]

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The buy one, get on free book fair is coming back to the elementary/middle school library on May 1-4.  Don’t miss out on getting some great deals on books and to stock up for some summer reading!      

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Come to the Harrisburg MS Gym on Friday, April 20 @ 7pm for a Free Family Movie! See the flyer for more details!

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April is National Poetry Month. To celebrate, Harrisburg High School will sponsor a magnetic poetry contest in three categories: long form, short form, and random/funny. Anyone can participate by visiting Dr. D.’s room at the high school and using ONLY the magnets available on the whiteboard to create your own poem. You may enter one […]

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Coach Ackman along with T’s Etc in Columbia have been working to come up with a shirt to honor Brian.  T’s Etc. is giving us a great deal on the shirts.  All profits will go to Jennie & Bradey.  The online store will close next week, so make sure you get your order in soon. […]

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The speech team performed at districts at Mexico High School on Saturday, March 3rd. Each competitor – Addison Furlong, Jessica Justice, Lauren Nichols, Jenna Peavler, and Grace Whitaker advanced to the final round. Harrisburg was the only school with all its competitors in finals!  Jess Justice, our senior leader, won first place for her oratory, […]

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Congratulations goes out to senior student-athletes Cade Combs and Cody Karl for earning All-District honors this past season.

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As a part of Dr. D.’s senior level, dual credit course, Composition II, Payton Drake developed an essay for a contest sponsored by the University of Missouri at Columbia. The contest is co-sponsored by the School of Law and the Campus Writing Project. The subject is campus speech, protest, and conflict resolution. The winner of […]

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