• Dear HSD2 Community,
    The Harrison School District Two Board of Education accepted the resignation of Superintendent Dr. Andre Spencer this morning. His resignation is effective today, Monday, May 7, 2018. 

    Dr. Spencer said in his letter of resignation: “As I believe it is the best time for me to transition as superintendent, I plan to spend more time with my family and work on longstanding educational equity projects, which truly advance teaching and learning opportunities for all scholars, especially learners of color. I wish Harrison School District Two the best.”

    We thank Dr. Spencer for his five years of service and dedication to our students and honor his decision.

    The Board of Education is committed to our students and staff members, and to ensuring the well-being of the District during this transition. An interim superintendent appointment will be forthcoming and Christine O’Brien, our Public Information Officer, will serve as the point of contact with the Board of Education until that time. 

    Thank you for your continued dedication to our students and the District 2 community. 

    The Harrison School District Two Board of Education 

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  • The Harrison School District Two Board of Education is announcing a Board Vacancy. If interested, please email Steve Seibert, Board President, for information.

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  • District 2 has many options to fit your child's learning style. You will be joining an education family that believes your child can and will succeed. We honor an open enrollment policy where students can enroll in one of our thirteen elementary schools, one K-8 school, three middle schools, two high schools, one career readiness academy, a home school program, four charter schools and International Baccalaureate programs.

    We also offer free full-day kindergarten, free preschool education to those who qualify, year-round elementary campuses in addition to a traditional school year and a school-based health clinic. Our scholars thrive with gifted and talented programs at each campus, special education programs at each campus and award winning culturally- and linguistically-diverse education. Advanced Placement (AP) and Concurrent Enrollment programs are offered to our high schools scholars at no cost, while our Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program is available beginning in middle school.