The mission of Harrison High School is to provide programs that develop knowledge and skills for success and deliver these programs in a climate that fosters academic achievement and personal growth.
Educating Children of Color Summit:
Registration Deadline Dec 15
Held on 1-11-14 at Colorado College from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Juniors and Seniors, scholarship opportunities have been posted online, and only 4 people have indicated an interest! There are 6 opportunities to win scholarships online, but the deadline is 12-15-13.
The Summit is a fun and inspiring way to learn about college and career opportunities and...to win scholarships and laptops. Over the course of the last 6 years we have awarded $61,000 in scholarship money and 56 laptops to students in attendance at the event. High School youth of every color are invited and attendance is free, but you must register by 12-15-13. In addition to the scholarships posted online, we will be giving away $500 educational gifts throughout the day of the Summit.
Our goal for 2014 is to reach 500 professionals, 500 students, and their parents. Attendance for students and parents is free. Registration for professionals is $25. The Summit has been approved by Adams State for .5 a graduate credit for an additional $27.50. It is also approved for 8 contact hours, 7 CLEs and 8 Cornerstone credits.
For registration, Summit content and to submit scholarship applications go to: www.educatingchildrenofcolor.org.
The latest edition of the HHS newsletter can be found here.
Congratulations to the HHS Band for placing 6th in the state competition in Grand Junction! The band scored a 65.1, almost ten points higher than any other performance in school history. Go Panthers!
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HARRISON HIGH SCHOOL
2013-2014 POSITIONING STATEMENTS
In a safe, nurturing environment, Harrison High School will provide the highest quality education for our students through rigorous coursework, access to college and career options, and postsecondary-focused mentoring practices.
In a safe, nurturing environment, Harrison High School will partner with parents to provide the highest quality education for students through postsecondary planning and preparation and inclusion of 21st Century and employment-essential skills, geared toward educating competitive, lifelong learners.
Sign Up for Infinite Campus - Receive Text Messages on Closures, Delays & Emergencies!
Don't forget to get your parent portal ID for Infinite Campus (IC)/Parent Portal when you visit your child's school. In IC you can view your child's attendance, schedule, grades (participating schools) and more. Once you have your parent portal ID please follow the below instructions when logging in for the first time.
New for this school year the district will use IC to send out text message alerts for closures, delays and emergencies. Please verify in IC, using your parent portal login that your mobile number is correct. If your number has changed, please see your school's registrar to update your mobile number.
To Opt-Out of text message alerts for closures, delays and emergencies:
- Log in to IC/Parent Portal: https://campus.hsd2.org/campus/portal/harrison.jsp
- Click on Contact Preferences
- Uncheck the Text (SMS) checkbox on the telephone number that you wish to remove
- Click Save
Prefer to go mobile with IC? Download the Infinite Campus app. The district ID is XWFDFL.
Don't forget to...
- Get your parent portal ID from your school
- Don't see any personal information once you are logged in? Contact your school to update your info.
Questions regarding text messages? Email us.
You will be charged the standard text messaging fee charged by your wireless carrier for each message you send or receive, in accordance with the terms of your cellular subscription plan. Message and data rates may apply, depending on your individual wireless pricing plan, in accordance with your wireless customer agreement. You are responsible for all applicable taxes.
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