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2018-19 Tentative Schedule

Saturday, October 13 – Moberly
Saturday, November 10 – Adrian
Saturday, December 1 – Mexico
Saturday December 15 – Pleasant Hill
Saturday, January 26 – Salisbury
Saturday, February 16 – New Bloomfield
Saturday, March 2 – Districts at Mexico High School
Thursday, March 14 – Field trip to Stephen’s College and Museum of Art & Archaeology (2nd-7th hours)
April 11-13 – State

2018-19 Speech Team members – Emily Baker, Tucker Black, Abigail Burbridge, Zane Carr, Riley Critchlow, Olivia Fischer, Faith Lewis, Lauren Nichols, Kyleigh Weil, Benjamin Willix, and Grace Whitaker

Speech Director: Lara Dieckmann

Latest News

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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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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. […]

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The annual Sunrise Optimist Pancake Breakfast will be held, Saturday February 16, 7:00 am-11:00 am with the Tri-Star Basketball event happening at 10:00 am.  Each year, the Optimists host this pancake breakfast with 100% of their profit given back to the school district.  In the past, the donations have been earmarked for band uniforms, Chrome […]

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HONOR ROLL DATA NOW AVAILABLE!  Harrisburg High School has good news to share!  Data from 1st semester reveals that a majority of students made honor roll last semester! In fact, 56% of seniors, 62% of juniors, 66% and a whopping 76% of sophomores earned top grades. That makes 66% of the entire student body!  These […]

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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 […]

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2017-2018 MAP and EOC scores are now available for Harrisburg students who took these exams last school year.  Results will be mailed home with the quarter 2 report cards.  Parents and Guardians who would like to receive their child’s scores sooner may visit the school office to pick them up.

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Hurry to get your items in the Bulldog Sideline Store. Order your Bulldog gear 24/7! Click for the Bulldog Sideline Store  

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Filing dates are between Tuesday, December 11, 2018 and Tuesday January 15, 2019.  Please see notice for more detailed information.

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