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WHHHS Update

Posted on: September 28, 2021

High School Conferences

High School Parent Teacher Conferences will be Thursday, October 7th, from 3:30 to 8:30 pm. Conferences will be virtual using Microsoft Teams video meetings. Virtual conferences were very popular with parents and students last year and allowed most parents to talk with their child’s teacher, at the same time keeping their schedule flexible. We will be having face to face conferences later in November. Below are the steps you will take to schedule a conference with your child’s teacher next Thursday.

To schedule your conference, please go to this website below to pick a time for your child’s conference. The website is called volunteer local. Please follow the directions at the top of the website and remember to enter your email.


  • On the date of the conference, October 7th, parents will need to have their child log onto Teams, using their child’s school computer, at the designated conference time.


  • Open Teams on your child’s computer. On the left side bar go to the Teams calendar and look for your child’s name and assigned time slot and press join. Teachers will log in and meet you at this time as well.  Please understand that there may be a 1-2 minute lag in connection as the teachers are finishing up their previous conference.  On this note, please be courteous of other parents’ time – please be on time for your scheduled conference and try to keep your conferences within the allotted 15 minutes.  


  • We understand that some of you may have a child that has practice or an activity after school, and may not be around to help you log in at this time.  To accommodate that, we will be holding conferences until 8:30 in the evening.  Please do your best to schedule your conference when your child is at home. If this is not conducive, and your child is unable to be with you when you are available to conference, please have them show you how to log on to Teams prior to October 7th.


  • If you have additional questions for your child’s teacher, feel free to email them or check your child’s grades via Progress Book.


Financial Aid Night at Harrison High School

Financial Aid Night, for parents of seniors, is on September 29th at 6:30pm in the activity center auditorium.  Information will be provided on categories, types and sources of aid, and the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).  Brent Shock, Director of the Office of Student Financial Assistance at Miami University will be presenting.



Below are Homecoming events and information:

Sunday, Oct. 10 - 

Parade @ 4pm through downtown Harrison - participants must park at Harrison Elem. / only parade vehicles will be permitted at the Harrison Community Center

Powderpuff @ 6pm at football stadium - tickets $3

Monday, Oct. 11 - 

Spirit day - New Years

After school - support boys soccer

Tuesday, Oct. 12 -

Spirit day - Tis the season Tuesday (Christmas)

After school - support girls soccer

Wednesday, Oct. 13 -

Spirit day - Wicked Wednesday (Halloween)

Thursday, Oct. 14 -

Spirit day - America Day (4th of July)

Pep Assembly – 7th Period

After school - support volleyball

Homecoming dance from 9:30-11:30pm on football field - Harrison HS students only (no guests from other schools, we will have coronation in November and guests will be allowed at this formal dance), semiformal (ladies - nice dress / gentlemen - nice pants and polo or button-down shirt), tickets will be sold at lunch (10/13 and 10/14) for $5 or at the dance - ABSOLUTELY NO HIGH HEELS, FOOD, DRINKS OR GUM WILL BE PERMITTED ON THE TRACK OR FIELD!!!

Friday, Oct. 15 -

No school for students

Friday evening - support football and the crowning of the Homecoming Court at halftime of game




Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021


Some employers will be on site throughout the day to meet with students before the job fair opens to the public


Harrison High School Activity Center, 9845 West Road, Harrison OH 45030


Southwest Local Schools

Greater Harrison Chamber of Commerce


Job seekers are invited to meet with representatives of more than 20 local companies. Candidates should come interview-ready and bring a resume if possible. Employers signed up to be there include: LaRosa's, Smithfield Foods, Harrison Trail Health Campus, Cincinnati Inc., WesBanco, JTM Food Group, F&M MAFCO, Cincinnati State and Hardig Industrial Services, US Army, Dunkin', Perfect North Slopes, Triumph Energy, Firehouse Subs, Miami University, Cincinnati Test Systems, Shawneespring, Crown Plastics, Liberty Tax and others.


In partnership with the Chamber, the school district is expanding its annual student career day to the public. With so many companies hiring, school and chamber leaders hope this will help connect people with opportunities to earn, contribute and create a brighter future.