When do we meet? – On an “as needed” basis
Where do we meet? – Mrs. Blakemore’s room
What time do we meet? – Before school and during advisory
How do you join? – Students who have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher are eligible to apply after the first semester of their sophomore year. Mrs. Blakemore contacts all eligible students.
What is NHS all about? – The purpose of NHS is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service; to promote leadership; and to develop character in the students. The NHS chapter has held canned food drives, held fund raisers for organizations like the Rainbow House and the Leukemia Society. NHS also hosts the reception for the Top Dawg ceremony and bi-annual blood drives.
To learn more about National Honor Society please visit the NHS website.
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
Kids On Track is Boone Hospital Center’s Community Youth Program that runs from May – August. During the summer, participants are challenged to accumulate 26.2 miles which is a marathon! Instead of running a full marathon at once, they can accumulate miles one at a time by walking, running or biking. The Kids on Track program is free […]Read More
Wagner Portrait Group is photographing professional portraits of each individual graduate and throughout the ceremony. Afterwards, Wagner Portrait Group will mail proofs of your graduate to your home and portraits will be available online for you to view and order 3-4 days after the ceremony. To view and order portraits online, go to: www.WagnerPortraitGroup.com Click on […]Read More
With the start of summer comes the fun of summer reading programs. Avoid the summer slide by encouraging your child to read. . One of the most exciting summer reading opportunities is the Books by Snail Program which is available for all Harrisburg students K-12 (incoming kindergarten through graduating seniors) and runs from May 28 […]Read More
Invitations have been given to all student honorees for this year’s academic banquet, so please ask your child for it! The banquet will be held in the high school gym on Wednesday, May 8, 2019. Dinner is at 6 PM and the awards program will immediately follow. Our theme this year is “The Seeds of […]Read More
The BOGO Book Fair will roll into the HEMS Library during the week of April 30-May 3. The fair will be open from 8:00-4:30 each day. Watch for letters and flyers about the fair to come home with your students the week before the fair and, if you’d like to sign up to volunteer at […]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