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  • Holiday event features music, dinner and 5Essentials

    On December 20, 2016, Harrison students performed holiday songs for the Winter Concert. In addition to listening to holiday songs performed by students for their parents, students and parents were served a yummy Avanti spaghetti dinner by our wonderful Harrison Staff! After dinner, students enjoyed watching, “The Polar Express”, on a Cinema-size screen in the gym. Parents were invited to complete the 5Esential survey for Harrison School in the computer lab. We had a great turn out and enjoy fellowship time with Harrison students and families.

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  • Gingerbread creates delicious social studies lesson

    First grade teachers, Mrs. Hudson, Mrs. LaMar, and Mrs. Mullen enjoyed making ginger bread houses with their students! Students were learning about how holidays are celebrated around the world as part of their December social studies unit. Student had the opportunity to compare and contrast traditions around the world. This is a great opportunity for student to build their cultural awareness and be more culturally responsive to the diversity in our world. Mrs. Daniels also participated and created her own gingerbread house!

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  • Harrison hosts Bilingual Parents Council meeting

    On December 8th, Harrison Community Learning Center hosted the Bilingual Parent Council Meeting. Thank you to Harrison staff members, Amanda Doan and Leah Culbertson, for helping with the decorations and to the district bilingual staff for their help and time as well! Students played games, made crafts and received a free book. Bilingual families from Lincoln K-8, Harrison, Glen Oak Community Learning Center and Hines Primary School were invited to attend and enjoy a wonderful meal provided by Mrs. Lindholm, ELL coordinator. After dinner, parents completed the 5 Essential survey, attended informational meetings about the importance of parent engagement and PTO and received free health care services provided by the Cordova Clinic in Peoria.

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  • Parents, Teachers, Students - Take the 5Essentials Survey

    The Peoria Public Schools will join the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) in the fifth statewide 5Essential Survey of school climate and learning conditions. The survey provides a unique opportunity for students, teachers and parents to have a voice in improving their schools. From November 16 through January 16, students, teachers and parents will be asked to take a 25 -minute research-based survey to help identify strengths and weaknesses in their school’s learning environment. This survey will serve as an opportunity for schools to reflect on progress since the last statewide implementation. While the survey is only required by ISBE every two years, Peoria Public Schools uses the survey as a measurement of its strategic plan and encourages all staff, parents and eligible students to complete it each year.

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  • Jaime Peterson named JA Teacher of the Month

    Congratulations to Harrison Community Learning Center third grade teacher Jaime Peterson, the Junior Achievement (JA) November Teacher of the Month.

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  • Grandparents visit for special breakfast

    Harrison Community Learning Center students enjoyed having breakfast and spending time with their grandparents and other special family members and friends on November 21 to celebrate Grandparents’ Day!

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  • Big green monster bests Pete the Cat in mock election

    Harrison Community Learning Center first grade held an exciting mock election to coincide with the national elections Each classroom formed a political party and held a primary to select a favorite book representing their party. The students created campaign posters to promote their candidate which were displayed in the school hallways.

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  • Fall festival features games and great food

    Harrison Community Learning Center hosted a Fall Festival for families on October 27, 2016. Students, parents, and teachers enjoyed a night of fun games like, Bingo, Cake Walk, Grand Prize Game, Ladder Ball, Bean Bag Toss, CATCH Game, Mask painting, coloring, and Principal Daniels Pie-in-the-Face! The event started at 5 p.m. with games and ended with a fellowship meal provided by Alexander’s Steak House!

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  • Increasing rigor and autonomy focus of SIP day

    Harrison Community Learning Center staff was very engaged on SIP Day learning how to increase rigor in their lessons. Teachers focused on understanding the cognitive complexity of the CCSS and developing the learning targets for their lessons. Teachers are also learning LSI strategies to increase student autonomy and incorporating more monitoring strategies during lessons to monitor student progress. It truly is a shift of paradigm and Harrison staff is very receptive and on board!

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  • Proposed school facilities sales tax for school improvements

    On Tuesday, November 8, Peoria county voters will consider whether to support The Peoria County School Facilities Sales Tax. If approved by voters, the ½% sales tax would generate $9 million annually to be shared among all Peoria County public school districts, based on enrollment. The Peoria Public Schools would receive approximately $4.2 million annually. The revenue is to be used specifically for school building improvements. The Peoria Public Schools building and grounds staff has assessed the needs of each building in the District. Here is the plan for Harrison Community Learning Center.

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  • Welcome to Harrison Community Learning Center!  

    We are soaring to greater heights with high expectations and excellence!

     

    Mrs. Fabian Daniels, Principal
    Mr. Jack Dippold, Assistant Principal
    Mrs. Anna Rose, Assistant Principal
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