Harrison Parent News

Christa Smyder, Principal Vanessa Hudgins, Dean of Students

Mark your Calendar

  • March 18-20: Celebrate the Arts
  • March 21: Major Saver Assembly
  • March 22: Picture Day
  • March 22: Fundraiser Pickup
  • March 23: 9 Weeks Ends
  • March 24-25: Student Holiday
  • March 29: 5th Math STAAR
  • March 30: 5th Reading STAAR
  • April 1: Buc Bash
  • April 5: Fundraising Party
  • April 15: Band to Sandy Lake
  • April 22: World of Wylie Multicultural Event @ESC from 6-7:30

6th Grade Elective Choice Form

Students brought home this past Monday and Tuesday their Elective Choice Form. Current 5th grade parents - Forms will be due back by Wednesday, March 23.

Watchdog Dads- Rough Rider Game

Watchdog Dads are invited to bring their families to the Rough Riders game on Saturday, April 30. Deadline for ticket orders is March 28. See registration form attached to email.

Fundraiser Pickup

Fundraiser pickup will be Tuesday, March 22 in the gym until 6 pm. Don't forget to pick them up for the holiday!

Wylie East Boys Soccer Playoff Shirts

Wylie East Boys Soccer is selling playoff shirts. Attached to the email is a form. It is due this Monday to the Harrison front office.

PTA Board for the 2016-2017 School Year


The Nominating Committee submits the following nominees for the year 2016-2017 Harrison Intermediate School Year:

President Tricia Johns

Vice President Desiree White

Secretary Danielle Hensley

Treasurer Shalonda Nolen

Election meeting will be held April 1st at 9:15 in the Harrison Gym.

Dress Code

After spring break, we will be revisiting dress code with students. Please help us by making sure that students are ready to learn in their school attire. Spirit wear t shirts can only be worn on Friday. Spirit wear hoodies, college hoodies, and solid hoodies can be worn on any day.

Morning Drop-Off

Please be sure to drop students off in the carpool lanes in front of Harrison. This way we can ensure the safety of students. Our doors open at 7:45 am. Students are not supervised before that time.

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Cell Phones

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.