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Harrison School District

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Special Board Meeting

February 21, 2024 - 9:00 a.m. 

AGENDA


Harrison Gym Floor Replacement Bid Documents: 

Bid Document 

Addendum A - Demolition 

Addendum B -  Industrial Hygenist

Standing Room Only at the Harrison Spelling Bee

The small town of Harrison was buzzing with excitement as the Harrison Spelling Bee Finals took center stage at the local school library, on February 1, 2024. The event was standing-room only as enthusiastic parents, teachers, and other students gathered to witness the spellbinding competition.

Head Judge, Mrs. Montgomery was assisted by Student Body President, Gavin Hokanson, and fellow senior, Lauren Cima.  Mrs. Buus was the pronunciator. 


The spellers, hailing from various grades across Harrison Elementary and Middle School, displayed remarkable linguistic prowess throughout the grueling ten rounds of the Scripps Spelling Bee. The competition was fierce, with each participant putting their knowledge and composure to the test.

After ten rounds of fierce competition, a clear winner finally emerged. Ramsey Keanum, a sixth-grader, was declared the Harrison Spelling Bee Finals champion. Ramsey’s composure and mastery of language ultimately earned him the title, and upon spelling his final word correctly, he turned and congratulated the second-place winner, his 5th-grade brother Everett Keanum.


Ramsey and Everett represented Harrison at the County Spelling Bee on February 7th, where Ramsey made it to the third round of six, where he missed a word. 

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Ramsey and Everett Keanum

For Harrison HS Students Ages 16+

Job Corp Forest Service program, a unique Federal and free initiative catering to young adults aged 16–24 is coming to Harrison HS in the next 8 weeks to share Forest Service opportunities. 

The  US Forest Service, offersr a variety of trades, including Fire, Conservation, Wildlife, and more, through our FS Civilian Conservation Centers. What makes these program exceptional is that graduates who complete these trades are able to apply for full-time federal government positions.

 

The link below provides more information about this opportunity. 


https://www.fs.usda.gov/working-with-us/careers/job-corps

EXTRA-CURRICULAR POSITIONS:  Available now 

Head HS Track Coach 

JH Track Coach

DC Club Advisor 

Pep Club Advisor 


Classified Positions Open Now:  Part-time evening custodian


Harrison Teaching Positions Open for the 2024-2025 School Year

 Agricultural/Skilled Trades (Shop) Education Teacher Grades 6-12 

School Counselor - 24-25 School Year

 K-12 PE - 24-25 School Year

Elementary Teachers 24-25


Click here to access the Certified application.

It can also be found under "Resources" and "Employment" on this site.

Harrison Public School is a Class C, one of a kind K-12 school nestled in the heart of the Tobacco Root Mountains below Hollowtop Peak.  We are located on Hwy. 287, approximately 50 miles between Butte and Bozeman in southwestern Montana, and 100 miles from the west entrance of stunning Yellowstone National Park. We pride ourselves on being a small, yet successful school.  As a small school, we provide small class sizes, unlimited participation in a variety of extracurricular activities, a competitive curriculum, and caring, dedicated educators. 

"Achieving academic & personal excellence in school & beyond."


For COVID and ARP Information, please go to "District" in the toolbar at top for access.

Photo Credit: Kace Wagner

Map showing where Harrison is.

Did you know??

 Montana Department of Justice

Information on Missing Children

https://dojmt.gov/missing-persons/

For current Montana Road Reports:

Link to Montana Deptmartment of Transportation website