• Graduation Ceremony Set For July 10, Masks Required

    Plans for an in-person graduation ceremony have been approved by the Arkansas Division of Elementary and Secondary Education in conjunction with the Arkansas Department of Health. All graduates, spectators and school officials over the age of 10 will be required to wear a mask.

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  • Register Your Student For New Off-Site Learning Program

    New for 2020-21, the Harrison Public School District’s (HPSD) off-site learning allows grade 3-12 students in our community to choose online learning that is designed and monitored by HPSD teachers using the HPSD curriculum.

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  • KY3: Harrison Parents, Students Have Options This Year

    The Harrison School District's plan to offer on-site and off-site learning during the 2020-21 school year was recently featured in a KY3 news story. Watch the video and learn more here.

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  • VIDEO: Harrison's Return-To-School Plan, Goals for 2020-21

    The Harrison School District today released the first in a series of inofrmational videos to help our community understand our goals and plans for a safe return to school this fall.

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  • Harrison School District Announces New Alignment For 2020-21

    The Harrison School District today released return-to-school plans for the 2020-21 school year, with the goal of maximizing the number of days students can receive face-to-face instruction in classrooms and strengthening its focus on early childhood education.

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  • Summer Feeding Program Highlighted

    The Harrison School District's summer feeding program was recently featured in a report by KSPR, a television station in Springfield, Missouri. Watch the video here.

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  • Dr. Pratt Discusses 2020-21 School Year

    Dr. Stewart Pratt, superintendent of schools, recently visited with local media to discuss the district's plans for the 2020-21 school year, as well as numerous other updates. Listen to the interview here.

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  • Kindergarten Registration Packets Now Available

    Kindergarten Registration packets may be picked up at the central office at 110 S. Cherry street beginning Monday, April 6. We will beginning accepting those back at the central office beginning Monday, April 13. If you have any questions, call 870.741.7600 or e-mail Debbie Wilson at dwilson@hps.k12.ar.us or Susan Gilley at sgilley@hps.k12.ar.us.

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  • April 7 Update Regarding Novel Coronavirus

    Beginning Tuesday, March 17, and continuing through Friday, March 20, school busses will be positioned at select Harrison School District campuses from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. During these times, district personnel will distribute bags containing a lunch for that day, as well as a breakfast for the following morning, to any child under the age of 18, regardless of whether they are a current Harrison student.

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  • March 13, 2020, Update Regarding Novel Coronavirus

    While the health, safety and education of your child is our top priority, it is extremely important to note that the decision to close schools for COVID-19 is not made at a local level. Therefore, at this time, the Harrison School District will remain open and continue holding classes until the appropriate authorities make their decision.

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  • HERO Camp Prepares Athletes for Special Olympics Track Meet

    With just over three weeks remaining until F.S. Garrison Stadium hosts a regional Track & Field Competition for Special Olympics Arkansas, Harrison School District students on Wednesday prepared for the event with a student-led training session.

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  • Stephens to Play Football at Central Arkansas

    Harrison High School senior Landen Stephens will play college football at the University of Central Arkansas, formally committing to the school on Wednesday morning.

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  • World of Work Program Introduces New Opportunities for Students

    A Harrison School District program designed to prepare students to enter the workforce recently celebrated its one-year anniversary and added several new services to its lineup, including a full-service laundromat.

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  • Letter to Parents Regarding Novel Coronavirus

    We are closely monitoring the Novel (new) Coronavirus disease of 2019 (COVID-19) internationally, and we are working in coordination with the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) and Divisiion of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) to monitor the situation in Arkansas. There are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Harrison School District at this time.

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  • Parenting Classes Set For April 20 & 27

    The Harrison School District will offer a two-week Parenting the Love and Logic Way® training course beginning April 20.

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  • Touring Company Performs for Elementary Students

    Harrison School District students were treated to a live performance from a professional touring company on Wednesday, and a few lucky students got to be a part of the show.

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  • Five HMS Robotics Teams Headed to State Competition

    Harrison Middle School will be well-represented at the VEX Robotics Arkansas State Championship this March in Russellville, as four teams have qualified for the competition.

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  • State Champs, Top Athletes Join Golden Goblin Hall of Fame

    The Harrison High School football team that won the 1999 state championship and six other former student-athletes will be inducted into the Golden Goblin Hall of Fame as the Class of 2020.

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  • Basketball Teams Host Senior Night

    Senior members of Harrison High School's boys and girls basketball teams will play the final regular-season home games of their varsity careers tonight as they host Farmington at Goblin Arena.

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  • 'Jersey Shore' Meets Shakespeare in High School's Spring Play

    Debuting at Harrison High School on April 9, Midsummer/Jersey is the hilarious high-octane re-telling of Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream set on the boardwalk of a seaside town in modern-day New Jersey.

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