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  • YOU CAN STILL PURCHASE A 2019-2020 YEARBOOK!

    Yearbooks are on sale for $50. Simply go to yearbookforever.com! Get your Panther Yearbook now, before we run out! Any questions? Contact Ms. Turner @ pchitmon-turner@hsd2.org.

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  • Important Update!
    Hi Harrison Panthers,
    We hope that everyone in our community is safe and healthy as we are facing a difficult time in our lives and in the world right now. Please remember to take advantage of the resources our district and the community have been providing during this time.
    Spring Break officially starts March 23rd - 27th. We will not be asking for any of our students to be doing anything during this time except to stay safe, healthy and spend quality time with your family.
    Our staff has been reaching out the past few days to make sure that our student's and families are safe and have the appropriate resources to get us through the next several weeks. If you are lacking resources, such as a laptop/computer or internet, we will be dropping off physical copies of content specific packets by April 6th at locations that our district has set up for breakfast and lunch for your student(s) to have the same opportunities to improve their grade or make-up work.
    Starting April 2nd, we are starting our E-learning with a focus on make-up work and improving grades until we can officially return on April 20th. All of the E-learning will be found in each students Canvas courses. We are asking our teachers to provide specific instructions to our students through Canvas.
    Please help us getting this information out by sharing it with anyone that may not have access to social media.
    We will finish this year strong and more united than ever. WE ARE HARRISON!

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  • Senior announcements can be found on the Important Dates for Seniors page. 

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District Announcements

  • 3-26-2020
    Dear Harrison School District Two Families,

    The District is committed to bringing you updates during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please encourage your friends and family to follow our website updates, Facebook and even the District app.

    Stay-at-home order issued statewide in Colorado by the Governor. Schools Closed by the Governor of Colorado through April 17, 2020.

    Food and Meal Resources:
    HSD2 will provide two meals, in one bag, for children 0-18 years of age. Child NO LONGER has to be present.

    Beginning on Monday, March 30th meals will be available at ALL SCHOOLS from 10:00 a.m. - noon (Weekday only).

    Internet:
    Need two months of free internet? Visit Comcast.

    Remote Learning:
    Remote Learning starts on April 7th, read about it in our news story.

    Sincerely,
    Dr. Birhanzel and Mr. Rogerson

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  • Online Registration is still an option during our temporary closure. Registrations will be processed once the District reopens.

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  • Everybody counts in the 2020 Census! Please fill out your Census when it arrives in March. It provides critical data that impacts your daily life. You can respond online, by phone or by mail. Find more information at www.2020census.gov.

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    Harrison High School, an International Baccalaureate World School (2018)

    2017 Awarded Silver Medal from US News and World Report

    2016 Awarded Bronze Medal from US News and World Report

    2015 Awarded Bronze Medal from US News and World Report

    2014 Awarded Bronze Medal from US News and World Report

    2014 Awarded Governor's Distinguished Improvement Award from CDE

    2014 Awarded CDE's High School Academic Growth Award

    2013 Awarded Bronze Medal from US News and World Report

    2012 Awarded Bronze Medal from US News and World Report

    Winner of school-wide STEM Grant, (2018) Anti-Bullying Grant (2017), and Legacy Grant (2013)

    Participant in Converge Fellowship Program

    We were one of four schools in the state that was invited to participate in a virtual conference on AP because of our ability to sustain growth over time in the number of passing scores, enrollment, and number of AP offerings.

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