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Southside Open House

Open House is from 5-7

Summer

Have a wonderful and safe summer!

Grandparent's Day

Grandparent's Day

September 5th

  • Non participating classes will begin eating at 10:45

  • First Grade @ 11:15

  • Third Grade @ 11:30

  • Fifth Grade @ 11:45

  • Pre-K @ 12:15

September 7th

  • Non participating classes will begin eating at 10:45

  • Kindergarten @ 11:15

  • Second Grade @ 11:30

  • Fourth Grade @ 11:45

**New Immunization Requirements**

Beginning in the school year 2018-2019, ALL students will need to show proof of having received two doses of the Hepatitis A vaccine. This vaccine requires the delivery of the doses to be given six months apart. In addition, students age sixteen years and older must show proof of having received two doses of the meningococcal vaccine. It is important to contact your physician or local health department as soon as possible to verify your student has had these immunizations. If they have not yet had these immunizations, you should schedule an appointment before the school year starts. Please bring updated KY immunization certificate to registration at the middle and high schools  or to open house at the elementary schools. If you have additional questions, please contact your medical provider or Rachel Wilson, District School Nurse 234-7121

 

Children may start school if they have had the first dose of the Hepatitis A vaccine, with the understanding that they must get the second dose 6 months later. Please turn in a current immunization certificate at registration or before school begins, and an updated immunization certificate after the second dose.

Pictures Sept. 20

Remember tomorrow Sept. 30 is picture day at Southside.

Elementary school Grandparents Days have changed dates

The dates for annual Grandparents Days have been changed.

Go Orange!

As a show of support to children who are bullied, please wear ORANGE on Unity Day, Wednesday, October 24, during National Bullying Prevention Month.
Nearly one-third of all school-aged children are bullied each year – upwards of 13 million students. By joining together and wearing ORANGE on Unity Day, we can send a message that bullying will no longer be accepted in this society or school.


Please mark your calendar to wear ORANGE on October 24th!

Southside Day!

Students are asked to wear their Oh, the Places You’ll Go t-shirts on Thursday, Oct. 25.  We will be taking class pictures for the yearbook and would like everyone to wear their shirts that day.

We would also like to thank PTO for purchasing these for our school.

 

Harrison County Schools 2019-2020 Calendar Survey

Click the title above to vote for your preference for the 2019-2020 School Calendar.

Holiday Dress-up

Santa

Monday- Dress in your favorite pajamas

Tuesday - Wear your ugly sweater or favorite Christmas shirt

Dismissal on Tuesday is 11:30

During the Sing A Long, some of the teachers will be sharing their holiday traditions with the students.  Classroom teachers will also be sharing their holiday traditions in their classrooms. We would love if you talked with your child about some of your family holiday traditions before Tuesday so they can compare them with the ones they hear about that day.

Merry Christmas!!

Click here to watch a little Merry Christmas singing!

 

Kindness Week

Random Acts of Kindness Week

February 11 – 15, 2019

 

Random Acts of Kindness are selfless acts performed by kind people to either help or cheer up a random person, for no reason other than to make people happy.

 

The second week of February is nationally recognized as 

Random Acts of Kindness Week

We are encouraging all our students to participate in following activities to promote our school theme:

 

 

February 11 (Monday)– Random Acts of Kindness Day

Each student will receive a Kindness Bracelet provided by the SouthWest Family Resource Center to kick off Kindness Week!

 

February 12(Tuesday) – Crazy for Kindness – Wear Crazy Socks

 

February 13 (Wednesday)– Dream of Kindness – Pajama Day

 

February 14 (Thursday)– Valentine’s Day Party – Wear Red

 

February 15 (Friday)– Team Kindness – Wear Your Favorite Sports/School Team Shirt

Yearbook

Order your yearbook before March 1, it's just $12. See your teacher for more details. 

To order your yearbook online go to ybpay.lifetouch.com/   Our school code is: 2901619

Yearbook

Order your yearbook before March 1, it's just $12. See your teacher for more details. 

To order your yearbook online go to ybpay.lifetouch.com/   Our school code is: 2901619

Want to be in the know!!

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  • Download the SchoolPointe app to find out all the lastest information about Harrison Co. Schools.

 

HCHS Makes Top 50 in Vans Custom Culture contest

We are so excited to learn that Harrison County High School is one of the top 50 schools competing in the 10th annual #VansCustomCulture competition! Very honored to share our version of what “Off The Wall” and “Local Flavor” means to our school!

HCHS Wrestler earns national honor

Harrison County High School wrestler Jessica Torres has been named as a state winner of the Tricia Saunders High School Excellence Award.

Summer Feeding Program Flooding Site change

Due to the flooding at River Road, the Harrison County Schools summer feeding program for the "River Road Site" will be served at Central Christian Church(Second and Riggs) until further notice. All other sites will continue as scheduled.

Information about the Non-Credible August 28th Threat

Click read more to view the documents about the Non-Credible Threat.

HCHS invites veterans to November 11 ceremony

Veterans in the Cynthiana area, your presence would be greatly appreciated at the annual Harrison County Veteran’s Ceremony at Harrison County High School on November 11, 2019 at 9 a.m.

Voting open for the 2020-21 calendar

Voting is now open for the 2020-21 school calendar.

Statement from Dr. Harry Burchett on October 17 safety activities

During the morning hours on Thursday, October 17, 2019, the Harrison County School District conducted a joint safety and security operational training at Harrison County High School, Harrison County Middle School, other school grounds on the Hilltop and the Area Technology Center.

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