The Ohio Department of Education recently released its annual State Report card – with mostly good news for Southwest Local School District.
Thanks to a generous donation from the Harrison Skyline Chili, William Henry Harrison High School athletes will have several pieces of new athletic equipment.
The next time you see a small plastic lid, like from a pop bottle or milk jug, try to imagine what 1,200 pounds of them would look like. That’s a lot of lids, but all for a good cause – preventing bullying and fostering friendships.
What a way to show leadership and compassion! Several Whitewater Valley Elementary students - Chase, Hailey, and Avery Turner, Mason and Eli Kaufmann, and Carson Browder - went out in their neighborhood on a Saturday to collect materials for the district's "Stuff the Bus."
Congratulations to Harrison Junior student Terrin Jackson, who will have his story published in the next book in The Hero Chronicles series.
Representatives from Cincinnati Incorporated (“CI”) recently met with the Southwest Local School District (“SLSD”) to discuss partnering on STEAM initiatives at Harrison Junior School and WHHHS.
It was a day full of brushes, drop cloths and paint as WHHHS students recently collaborated with members of the Greater Harrison Rotary.
Miamitown Elementary leveraged the recent eclipse into a leadership lesson for the school's fifth graders. Melding science with social skills, the students served as role models for younger grades.
How would you move a ball without touching it? Third graders at Crosby Elementary recently were presented a challenge: moving a ball from one end of the table to the other without directly touching it - all part of the district's new STEAM initiative.
MainSource Bank recently completed their donation of $20,000 to the Harrison Athletic Boosters as part of the “Century of Excellence” renovation project.