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Register for the 2017 - 2018 College & Career Fair


Student Device Insurance


2017 - 2018 County Fairs and Contests 


Out for Comment:  Policy 5602 - Acceptable Use Policy


The ACT will be given on December 9, 2017.  The registration deadline is November 3, with late fees accepted until November 17.  Students will need to register at http://www.actstudent.org/regist/dates.html


John Ebert will be hosting an ACT Math Prep Class on Sunday, December 3, in the BMS LGI, from 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm.  Students must register at http://www.johnebertmathactprep.com prior to attending this free course.


North View Elementary Students Participate in Math Game Day


Kidness Matters at Johnson Elementary


Mountaineer Middle and WI Continue the Tradition


The West Virginia Department of Education has determined that ALL 11th grade students will take the College Board's SAT as their summative assessment in Math and ELA beginning in the spring of 2018.  This will be a timed test, and will be given via paper/pencil.  Being that West Virginia has traditionally been a state that predominantly takes the ACT for college entrance, we have provided some links that contain very important information regarding all things SAT.  Please take some time to familiarize yourself with the SAT and the College Board.





College & Career Fair - October 26th - select the picture for more information or to register online
“The more CTE (Career & Technical Education) courses students take, the better their education and labor market outcomes.  The average student takes 4.9 CTE courses in high school and just one additional CTE class above the average means a student is 3.2 percentage points more likely to graduate from high school” (Dougherty).  Dougherty, Shaun M. Career and Technical Education in High School:  Does It Improve Student Outcomes? Washington, DC:  Thomas B. Fordham Institute, April 2016. Print.

As a leader in education and technology, Harrison County Schools is providing this website for students, parents, community members, faculty, and staff as a focal point for information and communication concerning our school system. As you peruse this site, I hope that you will find the information contained here to be a vital resource that can be used to ensure that Harrison County students become successful 21st Century Learners.

From activities to curriculum, board meetings to school delays, everything you need to know can be found here including links to each individual school's website, LiveGrades, lunch menus, and other helpful sites.

Harrison County Schools strives to be a high quality school system with rigorous and relevant curriculum provided by highly qualified faculty and staff. I welcome you to our website and encourage you to explore all of the resources presented.

Dr. Mark Manchin
Superintendent

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