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HARRISON IS READY FOR 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR

Thank you to our parents for joining us for today's Google Hangout Meetings.  We hope you found them informative.  As promised, we are including the links to those conversations below.
 
 

Principal's Message

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I am so proud to be serving the Harrison School students, family and community as the principal!  A little about me:  I was a high school English teacher for four years in Brighton School District 27J, then I moved to Pueblo and became an elementary school counselor for a few years. My job transitioned and I became an administrator at a K-8 school, first as an Academic Support Specialist, then an Assistant Principal, and finally a Principal.  After 11 years as a Principal, I moved into Human Resources, where I supported the implementation of Senate Bill 10-191 (Educator Effectiveness) in the district.  Another K-8 school needed the support of a principal, so I left my job in Human Resources, and became the principal of a Turnaround School for almost three years.  However, when the opportunity to come to Harrison School was presented, I could not it pass up, and I couldn't be happier!
 
I would like to thank the staff, students, and community for being so welcoming to me.  My husband and I live in Pueblo West.  We have five children all together:  Dylan (26), Jesse (24), Alex (22), Mariah (19), and Julia (17).  We have three dogs:  Miles, Maxie, and Yuma and a new kitten Phoebe.   We spend most of our spare time with our children and their activities, but we look forward to spending time camping very soon.   

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News & Announcements

Canon City Schools Reopening Plan 2020-2021

One week ago today, the Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment, along with the Colorado Department of Education, published revised guidance for school reopening.  They provided us more opportunity to offer in-person learning for our students, and less restriction on key areas such as transportation.  Since that time, CCSD has worked diligently to fine tune our plan and communicate it to the public.  Thank you for the patience and flexibility as we’ve worked through this challenging period.

Important Community Message About The Rest Of The School Year

It is with tremendous difficulty I share this. As a result of the COVID-19 crisis and the many unknowns we face, I'm directing our instructional staff to finish the 2019-20 school year by continuing to provide digital learning opportunities to students in grades K-12 through mid-day, Friday, May 22, 2020.   I arrived at this decision for the following reasons;

COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENT!

The Governor signed an executive order suspending in-person learning in public and private schools across the state from March 23 to April 17.
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