Harrison Parent News
Christa Smyder, Principal Vanessa Hudgins, Dean of Students
Mark your Calendar
- May 27: Field Day
- May 30: Memoral Day- No School
- June 3: Buc Bash/ Early Release
6th 10:00-11:00***Changed from last week
Students will have a picnic. Feel free to bring a lunch!
Early Release @1:30
Student Survey for Science
This is an opportunity for students to give the President of the United States their ideas about how to improve Science, Technology, and Math in the classroom. Please give your feedback.
Medication at School
IF your student has had any type of medication in the school clinic this school year, please make arrangements to pick up your student’s medication from the school clinic by Thursday 06/02/16.
**Prescription medication, over the counter medication, inhalers, nebulziers and/or EpiPens.
For safety reasons, medications may NOT be sent home on the bus.
All medication(s) and supplies left in the school clinic will be destroyed after the last day of school, 06/03/15 at 1:30 PM (early release day).
Melissa McKay, RN.BSN.
Harrison School Nurse
Wylie Way Award Nominations
If you could choose the values you would like for your child to possess as an adult, what would that list include? If you chose the values you would like for folks in your community to show you, would they be the same? Five years ago, community leaders created this list with a goal that Wylie ISD would do their best to raise future citizens to possess these values and raise our kids, the Wylie Way.
Below is the list of those values:
- Caring and Giving
- Respect and Responsibility
- Grit and Preparation for the Future
- Gratitude and Celebration
Here is your chance to recognize someone making a positive difference, the Wylie Way! We need lots of folks to consider.
Please take a few minutes and nominate someone who is a great example of the Wylie Way!
Student Lunch Accounts
Student lunch accounts need to be kept current please make sure your son/daughters lunch account is paid. If you have any questions please contact Lori Simms, Cafeteria Manager at (972) 429-3310.
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Students may bring cell phones to school; however, they are to be turned off during the instructional part of the day unless the teachers asks that they be used to support student learning and instruction. Students should not be placing calls, receiving texts or calls, texting during the school day unless asked to do so by an adult in the building. If your child is ill, he or she is to report to the clinic and Nurse Melissa will call parents accordingly. Cell phones may be confiscated and returned at the end of the day if students are not following campus expectations.