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  • Alert: Any media requests for Harrison County Schools should be directed through Donald Richie, Public Information Officer, or Harrison County Schools' Superintendent Dr. Harry Burchett. They can be reached at the Harrison County Board of Education office at (859) 234-7110.
  • Alert: Harrison County Schools will be utilizing Non-Traditional Instruction days from now through April 10, 2020. NTI packets will be distributed on the district website at www.harrison.kyschools.us or printed out and distributed. Also on the website is an informational sheet on who to contact for various issues during the shutdown. It is located on the left side of the home page under the link, COVID-19 District NTI Information.
  • School Closings/Delays:

    Continuing its COVID-19 response and working under the guidance of Gov. Andy Beshear, Harrison County Schools will operate on a Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) schedule through April 17, 2020.  All extra-curricular and scheduled events have been cancelled through this date. Please see the news article at www.harrison.kyschools.us for complete information.

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To: All Harrison County Public Schools Students, Parents, Faculty, Staff, and Community


A letter was sent home today in an effort to keep you informed about the Coronavirus otherwise known as COVID-19.  Since the time that letter was finalized and sent home there has been a confirmed case in Kentucky.  According to the Harrison County Health Department's web page, the confirmed patient is from Harrison County.  We just learned of this information in the past couple of hours this evening.  To our knowledge, there is no relationship of the confirmed patient to the school system.  According to the health department's web page, the person is a resident of Harrison County and therefore could have come into contact with any number of individuals.  To determine the potential contacts, WEDCO, along with the State Department for Public Health, will be performing contact investigations.  


We are closely monitoring this event and will be taking any necessary action as directed by the Harrison County Health Department, Kentucky Department of Public Health, and the Center for Disease Control (CDC).  At this time, other than increased efforts to properly clean and disinfect, there is no recommendation for any modification to our normal operating schedules.  We will be meeting together with Judge Barnett, Mayor Smith, Dr. Crystal Miller of WEDCO and other state officials to determine any necessary measures in the future.  We will continue to update this page with any new information from the school regarding this issue.


For more information on community and state response, please see the following pages:






Dr. Harry Burchett, Superintendent


Harrison County Public Schools

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