Harrison K-8 School

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Because of the overwhelming number of requests we received about Spirit Gear, we have re-opened the ordering window through January 4th!
You order everything online and it can be delivered to the school for FREE or to your home for a fee (you choose which option at checkout). Here is the link to order:
The quality of the merchandise is great. Please take this opportunity, as it will be the last time this year!




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.   


News & Announcements

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;


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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