On March 14th, we will be having our Academic Awards Night at West Harrison. If you received an invitation and plan on attending, please RSVP Keri King by March 7th. You can call (712) 646-2231 or email kking@w-harrison.k12.ia.us with a number that will be attending. Thank you
about 17 hours ago, Keri King
On Monday, February 12th, the West Harrison Elementary and Middle School staff hosted S.T.E.M. Night. This event had multiple educational activities focused on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Throughout the night, students were able to explore new activities at different grade levels, build creations out of blocks, Rubik's Cubes, Legos, etc., and try out new forms of technology. We would also like to send an extended thank you to our special guests who joined us for the evening of fun. They include Connie Betts (Harrison County Naturalist at Willow Lake), Erin Gorman (Harrison County Extension Youth Coordinator), and members from Green Hills AEA for hosting the photo booth and Planetarium. Students, we hope you all had a fun and educational night with your West Harrison friends and family! (Part 1)
2 days ago, Holly Brock
S.T.E.M. Night Part 1
S.T.E.M. Night Part 1
S.T.E.M. Night Part 1
S.T.E.M. Night Part 1
Do you remember the SOARing Hawkeyes who filled the entire marble jar for positive behavior? On the 100th day of school, Thursday, February 8th, we surprised the elementary and middle school students with fun and entertaining guest! The Amazing Arthur, who is a magician and comedian, came to West Harrison! The students were amazed at his talent and magical tricks. A few of our students and staff were lucky enough to join him during the performance. What a wonderful show it was for all ages! Keep up the great work Hawkeyes, keep SOARing and showing that positive behavior throughout our school! (Part 1)
2 days ago, Holly Brock
Magician Part 1
Magician Part 1
Magician Part 1
Magician Part 1
These Hawkeyes were caught SOARing! The weekly S.O.A.R. award is given to students who display the following positive behaviors: S- Safety (I will act in a way that protects myself and others.) O- On Task (I will focus on what we are learning and only my own work.) A- Achievement (I will show my best effort in all that I do.) R- Respect (I will respect myself, others, and our school. I am kind and helpful.) February 12-15th Winners: Raeleigh, Mark, Seth, Beau, Cylas, and Adilynn
2 days ago, Holly Brock
Feb. 12-15
Do you remember the SOARing Hawkeyes who filled the entire marble jar for positive behavior? On the 100th day of school, Thursday, February 8th, we surprised the elementary and middle school students with fun and entertaining guest! The Amazing Arthur, who is a magician and comedian, came to West Harrison! The students were amazed at his talent and magical tricks. A few of our students and staff were lucky enough to join him during the performance. What a wonderful show it was for all ages! Keep up the great work Hawkeyes, keep SOARing and showing that positive behavior throughout our school! (Part 2)
2 days ago, Holly Brock
Magician Part 2
Magician Part 2
Magician Part 2
Magician Part 2
On Monday, February 12th, the West Harrison Elementary and Middle School staff hosted S.T.E.M. Night. This event had multiple educational activities focused on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Throughout the night, students were able to explore new activities at different grade levels, build creations out of blocks, Rubik's Cubes, Legos, etc., and try out new forms of technology. We would also like to send an extended thank you to our special guests who joined us for the evening of fun. They include Connie Betts (Harrison County Naturalist at Willow Lake), Erin Gorman (Harrison County Extension Youth Coordinator), and members from Green Hills AEA for hosting the photo booth and Planetarium. Students, we hope you all had a fun and educational night with your West Harrison friends and family! (Part 2)
2 days ago, Holly Brock
S.T.E.M. Night Part 2
S.T.E.M. Night Part 2
S.T.E.M. Night Part 2
S.T.E.M. Night Part 2
On Monday, February 12th, the West Harrison Elementary and Middle School staff hosted S.T.E.M. Night. This event had multiple educational activities focused on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Throughout the night, students were able to explore new activities at different grade levels, build creations out of blocks, Rubik's Cubes, Legos, etc., and try out new forms of technology. We would also like to send an extended thank you to our special guests who joined us for the evening of fun. They include Connie Betts (Harrison County Naturalist at Willow Lake), Erin Gorman (Harrison County Extension Youth Coordinator), and members from Green Hills AEA for hosting the photo booth and Planetarium. Students, we hope you all had a fun and educational night with your West Harrison friends and family! (Part 3/3)
2 days ago, Holly Brock
S.T.E.M. Night Part 3
S.T.E.M. Night Part 3
S.T.E.M. Night Part 3
S.T.E.M. Night Part 3
February 14 board minutes: https://5il.co/2ezr3
2 days ago, Morgan Daniels
Hey, Hawkeyes fan! What’s February without a Presidents Day Sale? Now thru Monday, take 25% OFF when you spend $100+ on this season’s must-have tees, hats, hoodies and more with code PRESIDENT at checkout. That’s an executive order! https://sideline.bsnsports.com/schools/iowa/mondamin/west-harrison-high-school
6 days ago, Keri King
BSN ad
February Hawk Talk: https://5il.co/2et7j
7 days ago, Morgan Daniels
Congratulations Maclayn Houston on your commitment to Morningside University to play volleyball for the Mustangs!! Your hard work and dedication to the sport has paid off and we are so proud of you!!
7 days ago, Keri King
Maclayn 1
Maclayn 2
Maclayn 3
High School Boys District Basketball Tonight 2-12-24: Hawkeyes Varsity Boys Basketball @ Marcus Vs. MMCRU @ 7pm. Tickets for this event will be $6 and can be purchased at the following link: https://www.iahsaa.org/tickets/ (Postseason ticketing through Hometown ticketing and not Bound)
9 days ago, Troy Maasen
February 2024 Board Agenda: https://5il.co/2ej7e
12 days ago, Morgan Daniels
Hawkeye District Wrestling Saturday, February 10 (10:00AM) Tickets: $8 via HomeTown Ticketing (NO CASH AT GATE) Use the following link for tickets to this event: https://www.iahsaa.org/tickets/ **Click on Wrestling / 1A / Find the event at MVAOCOU **Click "Get Tickets" HAWKEYE PRIDE
12 days ago, Troy Maasen
Hawkeye Basketball 2-8-24 Girls Varsity Basketball First Round Regional Tournament tonight @ 7pm in Stanton For tickets to this event use the following link: https://tickets.gobound.com/tickets/events/h202402010202525446afc0a491c884d/checkout This game will also be livestreamed on the NFHS network at the following link: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/stanton-high-school-stanton-ia/gamc945ad9b58 Hawkeye Boys Basketball will finish the regular season tonight @ Whiting for a 6pm Varsity only game. This will be a CASH ONLY gate. No online ticketing or cards accepted. HAWKEYE PRIDE
13 days ago, Troy Maasen
If anyone is interested in coaching or helping coach youth softball for West Harrison please reach out to Katie Offenbacker katiejoann_02@hotmail.com
13 days ago, Troy Maasen
Little Hawks Wrestling has finished for the 2023/2024 season. Thanks to all the youth athletes that worked hard during this years program and to the coaches that worked with them along the way! HAWKEYE PRIDE
14 days ago, Troy Maasen
West Harrison would like to give a huge congratulations to Maclayn Houston for breaking the career scoring record!! The previous record was held by Jackie Clark at 1,261 points. Jackie broke the record back in 2008. Maclayn broke the record on Monday, February 5th at Boyer when she scored 32 points. Maclayn currently has 1,303 points going into the postseason. She broke this record playing in only 3 seasons. What an accomplishment Maclayn!! Hawkeye Country is so proud of you!!
14 days ago, Keri King
Maclayn
West Harrison Middle School students are starting their third week of Youth Coding League. Students in grades five and six are learning Scratch programming around the theme of Fashion and Design. Students in grades seven and eight are learning Scratch around the theme of Art. Each week the students complete sprints to learn a part of the programming. The week one sprints have been scored. If you would like to see how the students are doing the links to the scores will be posted below. There are 8 sprints and then a national tournament. The sprints will help the student complete a project for the tournament. Sprint 1 team standings: https://www.youthcodingleague.com/standings/teams At the top of the page are buttons for each grade level standings. Sprint 1 5/6 grade individual scores: https://www.youthcodingleague.com/standings/teams/641 Sprint 1 7/8 grade individual scores: https://www.youthcodingleague.com/standings/teams/642
15 days ago, Morgan Daniels
Youth Coding League Logo
The Hawkeyes have filled the marble jar again for good behavior! Stay tuned to find out the special surprise the elementary will be receiving this week! The weekly S.O.A.R. award is given to students who display the following positive behaviors: S- Safety (I will act in a way that protects myself and others.) O- On Task (I will focus on what we are learning and only my own work.) A- Achievement (I will show my best effort in all that I do.) R- Respect (I will respect myself, others, and our school. I am kind and helpful.) January 29-February 2 Winners: Maysa, Madison, Joseph, Jorge, Jayce, and Chloe
15 days ago, Holly Brock
January 29-February 2