Secondary parents are asked to take "School Re-Opening Survey for HHS Families." Please use link and take the survey. Your feedback is highly important! https://forms.gle/pJGYuL6sxR1SgqTj8
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, graduation attendance is limited to immediate family of the graduates. To share this special day with others who would like to be a part of the ceremony, we will be live streaming the HHS graduation ceremony on Sunday, May 24th, starting at 1:50pm via Facebook Live (Harvey High School Facebook page) Following the ceremony, we will also post the video on YouTube, and we will share that link on Sunday afternoon. Please share this information with anyone who would like to be part of our graduation day!
Hey Everyone! We’ve got an amazing event coming up at HHS! It is going to be fun for the whole family. Some of your favorite Hornet basketball players- current & former- will be competing for the title of Crosstown Cup Champs. 🏀🏆 Our goal is to raise money for The Comfort Closet & the 6th grade class’ project Vests for the Best. Check out the details below! PS: Please spread the word! Let’s pack the gym!
Congrats to Carsen Mertz, Nick Dossenko, Jameson Krosbakken, Mason Feist, and Jayden Vlaminck on qualifying for the Class B State Wrestling tournament.
Region 2 individual Wrestling will begin at 10AM at Central Cass High School. If you can't make it, watch your HWC wrestlers compete: https://yourliveevent.com/
Congratulations to the 2020 Snofest Court! Senior Candidates: Ladies- Sydney Ammon, Ericka Hager, Morgan Harnass, & Olivia Lautt Gentlemen- Mikhail Dossenko, Elijah Frueh, Walker Koropatnicki, & Chase Larson The Attendants: Freshmen- Ciara Towell & Brock Fisher; Sophomores- Lexi Fike & Carsen Mertz; Juniors- Makenna Vollmer & Logan Jenner Student Council Hosts: Zoë Mckinven & Brooke Loen Snofest week is March 2 - March 6th beginning with hallway decorating March 1st.
Wrestling Post Season has arrived. Regional Dual team Competition Saturday 11AM at Carrington High School
HHS Semester 1 Tests December 17-20, HHS students will be taking their Semester 1 Tests. Please plan accordingly. View the schedule here: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/526411/Semester_1_Test_Schedule.pdf (click to open). The end of Semester 1 is January 10.
Big thank you to Mayor Ann Adams for coming in to hear the results of the students local impact surveys. Great resource to help the students move forward with their projects.
Wanted: Harvey Elementary School Inviting All Veteran's. When: Tuesday, November 12, 2019. Breakfast begins at 7:45am with muffins, coffee, and juice all located in the Elementary Lunch Room. At 8:35am a short program will be held in the gym honoring our Veteran's.
The latest edition of the Hornets Buzz is hot off the presses! Find it on the home screen of the webpage. Also be sure to follow @hhshornetsbuzz on Instagram for all the latest news on the news!
Please read the post in the "News" section of the HPSD website regarding Vaping related illnesses in ND. This has truly become an epidemic in our nation, state and town. If you are parents, please have conversation with your children.
Mrs. Field's cookie dough, cheesecakes, churros, and more! Our annual fundraiser kicks off today! Your child will be bringing home their packet with all the items available. This year we plan to purchase new risers for the elementary music programs. Fundraiser ends Oct. 1st.
Congratulations to the varsity football team as they beat Rugby 8-6 in an exciting homecoming game.
And just like that it is September! Welcome back to all the fabulous artists at the elementary school. I cannot wait to see all of your creativity decorating our hallways once again.
The HWC volleyball season begins tonight in Fessenden against the Carrington Cardinals! The C squad game starts the night with the first serve at 5:00 pm. Come cheer on your Hornets!
With 8 days of school in the books, I'm proud to see the flexibility and teamwork of our students and staff. Big changes were made to this school year and everyone is rising to the occasion. Keep up the hard work HHS!!
Congratulations to junior high and the junior varsity teams on the wins over Carrington last night. GOD JOB HORNETS!
Remind and Classroom Dojo slips will be sent home with my 4th graders today. Parents-please take the time to sign up for both of these apps.
Parents of students in my 4th grade class, t-shirt orders for the homecoming shirts are due on August 27th The red forms went home with the students on the first day of school.
It is game day today. Tonight the Hornets of HWC take on the Skyhawks of Shiloh Christian. Game time is 7:00 PM in Bismarck. Come out tonight and support your HWC Hornets. GO HORNETS!!!!!
"BUILDING A LEGACY" Tonight is the night! 2019 Hornet Football Team takes the field tonight for the first time. Kickoff is at 7 pm. Go Hornets!!!
What a fabulous day at Harvey Elementary!! Students are getting settled and the smiles are endless-Thank you for attending our Open House-we enjoyed meeting all of you.
Teaching is my vocation and passion. I'm looking forward to working with students to help them become better readers because "We learn by reading!" It's going to be a GREAT year!
Great attendance at the open house on August 19th!! Awesome start to a fantastic year!! :)
Can't wait until school kicks off tomorrow and the sixth graders start their community project? What or who will it be? Stay tuned.........
I would like to take this time to welcome everyone back to school. It is going to be a great year. GO HORNETS!!!!
It is an exciting time of the year! I can't wait to see the smiling faces at the elementary school this year!
All students in Agricultural Education grades 8-12 are members of the Harvey FFA Chapter. On August 29th at 6:30 PM we will be having a Back to School BBQ for all members. Hope to see you there!
Every student needs at least one adult they can have a trusting relationship with....this will be on the HHS Staff "must do" this school year
Leadership is such a misunderstood concept in our society today, particularly when people are thrust into positions of leadership and they simply do not have that skillset. Not everyone is cut out to be a leader, nor should they either want or expect to be one. However, when sound leadership qualities are instilled in the right person or group of people, there is no end to positive difference that can be made. As the Superintendent of Harvey Public Schools, I am so excited for the opportunity to bring the teacher leadership academy (TLA) to Harvey Public Schools, and so thankful to the Burgum Foundations' investment in our teachers. The leadership qualities that our teaching staff will develop will not only benefit their respective classrooms, but will also contribute to the greater good of both our School District and the Harvey area community for many years to come. Harvey teachers participating in the Leadership Masters program are Nicole Armstrong, Bret Dockter, Kate Dockter, Pam Faul, JoDee Free, Heidi Keller, Ashley Ketterling, Kristen Steichen, Brandon Storbeck, and Vondell Stutlien. This summer, these teachers are in their first semester of the five-semester program through NDSU.