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Harrison Earns Battle of the Books Title

Harrison's fifth-grade Battle of the Books team won the districtwide competition in a thrilling final round versus Hayes! The competition, a Jeopardy-style question-an-answer game, was the culmination of the team members reading four books over the last four months and answering questions on content. It was great to see so many students excited about reading and learning to love literature!

Perfect Attendance Students Honored

Harrison students who achieved perfect attendance for the first semester were rewarded with a special pancake breakfast and awards ceremony with their families on Feb. 22.! Each received a t-shirt and framed certificate to celebrate their amazing accomplishment. Proud parents were thanked as well for their important role in making sure their students are at school all day, every day! 12 students earned perfect attendance!

Former Harrison Student Dreams Come True

The last few years as a student at Harrison, Mia Santiago - now at sixth grader at Garfield - faced coping with two devastating losses for her and her family. Despite the two tragedies, Mia excelled at school and was a model student who demonstrated empathy and compassion with her peers. She was also active participant in school activities such as the basketball team.

Harrison's Family Resource Coordinator Adrienne Parker shared all this in a nomination for the Believe in Dreams program, which honors students who show resilience and personal growth in the face of adversity by fulfilling their dreams. Believe in Dreams representatives presented Mia with a bike, Cedar Point gift certificates and a lifetime membership to Rosetta Stone (one of Mia's dreams was to learn a foreign language - great growth mindset!). We are so proud of Mia, who is one #ResilientRanger!

4th Graders Focus of NewsDepth Piece

Harrison fourth graders were featured on ideastream's NewsDepth A+ program for their fun work with ozobots during STEM time. NewsDepth shared how the students learned to program the ozobots and figured out how to make them performs some fun "stunts." You can view the entire piece at the link below.:

NewsDepth piece

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