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Kindergarten and Second Grade "word" hunt!

Kindergarten and Second Grade "word" hunt!

Kindergarten and Second Grade "word" hunt!

West Harrison FCCLA

West Harrison FCCLA

West Harrison FCCLA traveled to Missouri Valley and Omaha today.The students collected items and donations to prepare Chemo Care Packages. They delivered the packages to...

Bookshare: Is your district ready for next year?

Bookshare: Is your district ready for next year?

Date: Thursday, April 4, 2019 An online e-book meant to help students who learn better through hearing text than by reading in a traditional manner is being underused in...

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Events

Fri, Apr 26 , 12:00 AM
Fri, Apr 26 , 1:30 PM
Fri, Apr 26 , 7:00 PM
Sat, Apr 27 , 12:00 AM
Tue, Apr 30 , 7:00 PM
Wed, May 1 , 2:30 PM
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West Harrison

West Harrison

about 19 hours ago

First Grade is preparing for Mrs. Cartmill to get the PIE IN THE FACE! view image

Bre Ann Marshall

Bre Ann Marshall

about 24 hours ago

You are invited to attend Senior Night! Who: Seniors, Parents, Staff, & Community When: May 8th @ 6pm Where: West Harrison High School What: Scholarships, Awards, & Honors Seniors will be awarded any scholarships, awards, and honors they have received. We will also announce their future plans.

Anthony Nunez

Anthony Nunez

3 days ago

Sydney Sherer broke the discus school record tonight at the Shenandoah track meet. Her throw of 109'11" broke her mom's record by 7". Congratulations Sydney!

West Harrison

West Harrison

3 days ago

I attended a Webinar put on by the Iowa Department of Public Health today regarding a measles case diagnosed in Iowa this week. The person who tested positive for Measles is not vaccinated and recently traveled outside of the US. Health officials are recommending if you are not vaccinated against Measles or are unsure to get vaccinated ASAP. Signs and symptoms of Measles generally appear 7 to 14 days after a person is infected, and begin with high fever, cough, runny nose, red, watery eyes and Koplik spots (spots that appear in the mouth before the skin rash appears). Measles can be fatal, so if you are immunocompromised or are not vaccinated due to religious exemption, or unsure if you are adequately vaccinated, you should discuss with your healthcare provider ways to protect yourself from contracting the virus or spreading to those who are compromised. You may also contact Harrison County Public Health for more information on the Measles Virus, and prevention at 712-644-2220. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns. Deb Evans, RN, BS West Harrison Community School Nurse 712-646-2231

Anthony Nunez

Anthony Nunez

3 days ago

New football uniform fundraiser. The football boys are selling Buffalo Wild Wing discount cards for $20 each. They will be sold through May 3rd.

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