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Winter Weather gifts Students with Snow Days

As of February 14, Harrisonville School District has missed eight days of school this school year. According to an email sent by Superintendent Paul Mensching, the last day of school is currently scheduled to be May 30 and will be a half day for students. The email also explains how days missed due to inclement weather will be made up. The email states, “The state passed legislation sever…

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    The most common comments about the weather right now is ”It’s too cold, I wish it were warmer out.” As warmer weat
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    Tomorrow, April 13, all of the Foundation Scholarships for HHS seniors are due. There are ten scholarships available to
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Uncategorized

  • Baseball Season Hit-Off
    The 2018 baseball season is being hit – off with a tournament. Harrisonville High School’s baseball team will be
  • Hot or Cold?
    The most common comments about the weather right now is ”It’s too cold, I wish it were warmer out.” As warmer weat
  • Winter Spirit Week
    Everyone is excited for February 5-9 for Spirit day for the winter homecoming party. This year’s theme is “Aloha
  • Swim Team
    The High School Swim Team is always full of girls ready to learn and swim, but the coaching and coaches tend to change,
  • Foundation Scholarships for Seniors Due
    Tomorrow, April 13, all of the Foundation Scholarships for HHS seniors are due. There are ten scholarships available to
  • Spring Break Fun in KC Area
    Spring break is upon us here at HHS and there are many things you may not know about that will be going on through March

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