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Spring is just around the corner, folks!

March 2019 | Volume 4

William Henry Harrison High School


March 25th - 29th

Spring Break

April 19th, 5 PM

Riley Dance Marathon

April 20th, 8-11 PM

Prom, Purdue Memorial Union

April 23rd - 26th

ISTEP+ testing

April 27th, 9-11 AM

Annual Car & Bike Club Show

May 6th-8th & 13th-16th

AP Testing

May 13th, 7 PM

Scholarship Awards Night

May 31st

Graduation Rehearsal

Elliot Hall, Purdue University

June 2nd, 4 PM

Spring Commencement

Elliot Hall, Purdue University


Attendance (765) 772-7761

Main Line (765) 463-3511

Mr. Marshall, Principal
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As you are reading this newsletter, Spring Break is approaching quickly, and from that point until the end of this school year there are only slightly over eight weeks of school remaining. This year certainly has gone by quickly; however, there still are many activities left on the calendar at Harrison High School. Our spring athletic seasons will be in full swing in April and May, our bands and choirs will have their final concerts of the year in early May, our seniors (and parents) are busy making final plans for graduation, and we will recognize our academic scholarships and awards with our annual program on Monday, May 13th, at 7:00 PM. Many of our individual classes, programs, clubs, and groups also have special events to commemorate the end of the school year as well.

With the many activities, both at school and in the community, and the improvement (hopefully) in the weather, everyone wants to be outside. This is the time of year when completing homework and projects and studying for quizzes and tests becomes difficult as practices run into the evenings and other more "fun" activities attract our attentions. Please assist us at school by insuring that your student is keeping up with the homework and other assignments at Harrison that go into these final weeks. A strong finish over the next eight weeks will help lead to a very enjoyable and restful summer break. Thank you for all of your support!

HHS 3rd Quarter Honor Roll

9th Grade

Adams, Jeffrey
Ahmad, Fateh

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10th Grade

Adams, Madeline
Agree, Nathaniel

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11th Grade

Alakhras, Adam

Anthony, Sophie

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12th Grade

Alvarez, Jose

Arnone, Megan
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Student Stuff - Activities & Clubs

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HHS Prom 2019

Sat, Apr 20th

8 - 11 PM

Purdue Memorial Union


Invitations have been delivered, and prom is just around the corner! Seniors can purchase tickets online beginning Mon, Mar 18th. Seniors must present the printed receipt to the prom committee during lunch the week of April 15th in exchange for the physical tickets.

Tickets are $25/single or $45/couple. Please direct questions to Mrs. Terah Rosenfeldt at the link to the left.

Commencement for the class of 2019 is only weeks away! Rehearsal will be at the Elliot Hall of Music, Fri, May 31st, and REHEARSAL ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY to participate in the ceremony! Seniors who still need to purchase a cap & gown must contact Mr. Kingsley (see link). Further info will be provided via email. Other questions? See Mrs. Beck in F007.

Spring Commencement

4 PM Sunday, June 2nd at the Elliot Hall of Music, Purdue


HHS Art in the Spotlight!

HHS student artists continue to create winning pieces! In addition to the winning pieces to the right, from Mar 14th - Apr 21st, pieces from the Visual Arts class will be on display at the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette...Read More!


HHS AALOT Connects & Attends Local Conferences


The HHS African American Leaders of Tomorrow (AALOT) have been very active. Black History Month set the stage for students to learn about the contributions of African Americans and also for students to learn how they can positively impact others. For the second year, AALOT participated in multiple activities...Read More!

On Friday, February 1st, some of the HHS French classes had the chance to learn about and share insights regarding how we view and treat others in a Purdue program titled, "Speaking Lafayette's Language: Re-linking The French Cultural Heritage of Greater Lafayette". As an extension of this,

a second gathering ...Read more!


HHS French Classes Sont Bons!


Code Orange competed at the state level for the 1st time this year. "Hired" by a "company" to secure computer infrastructures, team members had to be knowledgeable in at least 5 different operating systems. Wanna know more?...Read it here!


CyberPatriot Team Wins Gold Tier!


Keyettes are up to Everything Good!

This winter the girls have volunteered at the Girl Scout Cookie Rally (YUM!), the ISSMA Band & Choral competitions, Quiz Bowl, Language Bowl, Hoops-for-Hope, the Chick-fil-A Color Run, & Purdue's Relay for Life project as part of their continued service. Thank you, ladies!

Based on their academic & extracurricular performance, congratulations go out to four extraordinary HHS students for receiving recognition from the Indiana Association of School Principals for being Rising Stars of Indiana. Good job!


Congrats HHS Rising Stars of Indiana!

L to R: Sophie Anthony, Sophia Pogranichniy, Benjamin Pekarek, & Samuel Hein

8th Annual Harrison Car and Bike Club Show!

Come one, come all! April 27th is the day you have an opportunity to exhibit your car or your motorcycle at the Harrison Car & Bike Club's 8th annual show at the Oerlikon Fairfield south parking lot. Registration begins at 9 AM with the show running from 9 - 11 AM. The registration fee per show vehicle is $15.00 and the proceeds go toward the purchase of a tandem wheelchair bicycle for the Indiana Veterans Home. VISITOR ADMISSION IS FREE! We are also looking for sponsors to donate door prizes or funds. For more info contact the club president Garrett Sondgeroth or the club sponsor Mrs. Patti Frist at the link to the right.


Riley Dance Marathon Is Almost Here!

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Members of the Riley Dance Marathon Committee are so excited about raising as much money as possible for Riley Children's Foundation this year. The dance marathon will begin on April 19th at 5 PM. In March, students can sign up to attend during their lunches. This year the event will include pizza, a staff dance, testimonials from our Riley families, a dodge-ball tournament and, of course, DANCING!

If you can't attend the dance marathon, please consider donating by clicking on the link to the left. ANY donation is welcome, and it is all FTK (for the kids)! Help us raise money FTK at Riley one step at a time!


HSS CFALA Color Run is May 5th!

The HHS Chick-fil-A Leader Academy is sponsoring a color run to support local animal shelters. The color run will take place at Harrison on May 5th at 2 PM. Cost is $20 for adults and $15 for students and the deadline to register is April 27th. Click on the link below to register!

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On March 2nd,

Harrison student, Yegor Lyutikov, beat fencing competitors from around the world to place 1st in the Y-14 Mixed Foil competition at the Arnold Fencing Classic held in Columbus, Ohio.

Named after Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lyutikov had to beat a number of very good international fencers including a highly rated fencer in the finals to win. Congratulations!


Yegor Lyutikov Wins 1st Place at International Fencing Competition!


A Sweet Spring Break for Harrison Band Members!

HHS Band Heads To HAWAII!

On Fri, Mar 22nd, 65 members of the HHS Bands along with 28 adults and family members will be flying to Honolulu, Hawaii for a Spring Break performance tour to remember! This is the band's 3rd trip to the island state. While on Oahu the band will be performing at the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument just across from the USS Arizona Memorial and in a community concert at the Ala Moana Center. With a full itinerary, the band will attend Paradise Cove Luau in Ko'olina, take a dinner cruise on the Star of Honolulu, visit Diamond Head State Park and the Dole Plantation, snorkel at Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, tour Hawaii's capital city of Honolulu, and see the famous Rock-a-Hula Show in Waikiki. That along with sun & surf at Waikiki Beach should make for an exciting and fun spring break!

HHS Writing Lab is open!

Need help with writing papers? How about college essays? The HHS Writing Lab is every Tue and Thu from 2:30-3:30 in the LMC. Email Mrs. Rosenfeldt if you have questions.


From now until April 19th, yearbooks are on sale for $55.

After April 19th,

NO yearbooks will be available to pre-order so ACT NOW! Order online at the link to the right or pick up an order form from Mrs. Learman in F009.

Athletics Information

Upcoming Athletic Events - SEASON OPENERS

  • Mar 21st - Girls & Boys Track, HHS 5:30PM
  • Mar 21st - Softball @ Clinton Prairie, 5:30PM
  • Apr 2nd - Varsity Baseball @ Kokomo, 5:30PM
  • Apr 3rd - Girls Tennis, HHS 5:00PM
  • Apr 6th - Boys Golf - HHS Invitational at Coyote Crossing, 1:00PM
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Athletic Sports Physicals for the 2019-2020 school year are being offered on the following dates at the following locations:

  • Monday, April 8th at Harrison HS from 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm (enter through the Circle Drive)
  • Saturday, May 4th at IU Health Medical Center on McCarty Lane from 8:30 am - 11:00 am

The cost is $25 per physical. Contact the Athletic Department Secretary, Mrs. Denise Newton, at the email link below to make an appointment.




The Center for Disease Control and the State of Indiana have revised the required School Immunizations. All Seniors are required to have:

  • 2 Hepatitis A
  • 2 MCV4 (Meningococcal to prevent Meningitis)
  • Meningitis B (if college bound)

Please contact your physician's office to confirm your student is up to date. For our incoming seniors next year, the summer break would be the perfect time to update immunizations!

The Flu Season will continue into the late spring. Continue to be diligent about frequent hand-washing! This is the best defense!

HHS Student Services Counselors

have the information you need:

Are you a 21st Century Scholar Senior? Or, maybe you're a Senior Academic Honors with Distinction diploma candidate? Maybe next year you'll be a freshman at HHS? Perhaps you need information on registering for the AP or SAT tests or would like more information on the Greater Lafayette Career Academy? If you're interested in any of these topics and more be sure to ...Read More!

School Volunteer Requirements: If you are interested in volunteering at events, chaperoning field trips, or participating in other ways here at Harrison, you must read this!

Tippecanoe School Corporation Asbestos Letter (click here to view)

School Lunch Information: In accordance with School Board policy, the Superintendent requires School Corporation food Service personnel to comply with National School Lunch Program standards and ...Read More

TSC E-Flyers: TSC supports "green" efforts and as such students and parents can review information about community services or events, flyers from non-profit outside organizations, etc. via TSC E-flyers...Read More

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January 2016 Vol. 5



Attention seniors planning to attend college in the fall of 2016: It is time to complete the FAFSA! On Wednesday, February 24 from 3-7pm, Jefferson high school will be holding FAFSA night. Representatives will be available to assist you in completing your application in the library at Jefferson high school. Students and/or parents are welcome to drop in at any time between 3 and 7pm. Additional resources will be available from Purdue and Ivy Tech, as well as 21st Century scholars.

ISFAA sponsored FINANCIAL AID-FAFSA NIGHT: January 26 at The Ivy Tech Community College, Ivy Hall Auditorium, 3101 S. Creasy Lane, Lafayette, from 6:30-8:00pm. This event is sponsored by the financial aid divisions at Purdue University and The Ivy Tech Community College-Lafayette. This program will give an overview of some financial aid basics for families and then continue with a more thorough explanation of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). For more information, contact David Reseigh at Purdue University, 765-496-3919 or dlreseigh@purdue.edu.

Representatives Visiting Harrison

Military Recruiters may be available the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month in the cafeteria during each lunch period.

Registration for the SAT and/or the ACT tests can be completed online. Visit www.collegeboard.com for the SAT and www.act.net for the ACT. If you do not have internet access, registration packets are available in the Student Services Office. Colleges will accept the highest score from either one of these tests. If applying out of state, review the admissions requirements of the desired institution to see if there is a preference in tests. Harrison’s school code for the SAT and ACT is 151915.

SAT Test Dates:

March 5 @JHS

Registration Deadline:

Feb. 5

Late Reg. Deadline:

Feb. 23

May 7 @ HHS & JHS

April 8

April 26

June 4 @ JHS

May 5

May 25

ACT Test Dates:

Registration Deadline:

Late Reg. Deadline:

April 9 @ McC

March 4

March 5-18

June 11 @ JHS

May 6

May 7-20


Each semester, CollegeWeekLive partners with leaders in education and various fields who present various topics related to college readiness and student success. These presentations can be viewed live or on-demand. The following were some of the highlights from this fall: March All Access – March 31; May All Access – May 19. Sign up on CollegeWeekLive and then click to watch: AdmitSee: What it takes to get into the ivies; Behind the Ivy Curtain; Make Smart Financial Decisions in College; The ACT vs The New SAT – Which Test Should I Take?; Path to the Student-Athlete Experience; and Athletes: How to Play the College Recruiting Game.


**Indiana State University has it Sycamore Preview Days February 15 and April 16. Visit www.indstate.edu or call 800-GO-TO-ISU for more information.

**Become a Teacher Day at Purdue: April 21, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Purdue University campus West Lafayette, IN

RSVP by April 1st

Email Sayde Uerkwitz at suerkwit@purdue.edu or call (765) 494-2345

Ever wonder what college life is really like?

Let Purdue’s College of Education student ambassadors show you.

Register to visit today! (Two week notice required.) www.purdue.edu/becomeateacher/visit

Complete your Coursework abroad Visit/teach in K-12 schools

Learn and explore culture and history Earn up to nine credit hours

Visit www.education.purdue.edu/studyabroad.html

**IU Kelley School of Business will be offering its summer program Business is Global July 3-16 at Indiana University-Bloomington. This two-week summer program is for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors. The Business is a global program that offers students the opportunity to be transported into a world of international business, language, and culture from around the world. Applications are available online on IU’s website or call 812-855-5749 for more information.

**Applications for Pre-College Programs at the University of Notre Dame are available for Summer 2016 at precollege.nd.edu.

2016 Summer Scholars Program Date: June 25 – July 9. The Summer Scholars program is a two-week program for talented rising high school juniors and seniors who are interested in experiencing a taste of college life. Summer Scholars introduces students to college-level academics in fields ranging from the liberal arts to the sciences and business. Summer Scholars courses are rigorous and small in size, and the campus experience serves as an excellent introduction to the life of a college student.

For rising high school juniors and seniors. Application deadline: January 29.

2016 Leadership Seminars Program Date: July 16 – July 27. Leadership Seminars is a 10-day, all expenses paid program for advanced students who wish to hone their critical thinking and expressive skills in the company of dynamic peers. Students engage in lively discussions on issues of global concern under the tutelage of Notre Dame faculty. The three seminars offered are American Arts, Popular Culture, and Social Change; Global Issues: Towards a Just Peace; and Science, Ethics, and Responsibility.

For rising high school seniors only. Application deadline: January 22.


Educational Travel Consultants, Inc.:

10th and 11th graders are reaching the point in their lives where they are reading brochures on dozens of colleges and universities they may wish to attend.

They are sometimes overwhelmed in the whole choosing process. Educational Travel Consultants have made available college familiarization tours. Students, can actually see (as a group) the college, talk with staff members and students enrolled there. The students come back from the trip (in most cases) then knowing the institution they want to attend. The colleges listed below are a sampling of a college familiarization trip. You can add, delete or alter the itinerary according to a student’s interest in particular colleges in universities.


Optional visit to Lemoyne-Owen College

Optional tours of Beale St., Sun Studios and Graceland


Optional visit to Alabama State University (in Montgomery)


Optional visit to Tuskegee University

Optional visit to Alabama A & M University (in Huntsville)


Optional visits to Tennessee State and Fisk Universities Optional tours of the Grand Ole Opry and the Hermitage KNOXVILLE, TN – UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE

Optional tours of Gatlinburg attractions and Dollywood


Optional visit to Kentucky State University (in Frankfurt)

Other tours offered can be visited at www.hbculifestyle.com/hbcu-college-tours-2015-2016. College visit tours are also offered to schools in the Midwest, Northeast and Far West as well as a Black Colleges Tour. Deadline is February 26.


Attention Seniors!! Don’t forget to check out the HHS Website for current scholarships. Scholarships can be found under the Student Services tab. Use the 2014-15 Scholarship list to check out the scholarships that were available last year.

The 2015-2016 link lists all current scholarships. Scholarships will be updated weekly.

The scholarships below all have deadlines within the next 30 days. The combined value of the awards is more than one million dollars. They are all currently accepting applications.

  • 1.Elks National Foundation Legacy Awards - $4,000 - 250 Awards (Deadline: January 29, 2016) Student Eligibility:

For the 2016 contest, any child or grandchild (or step-child, step-grandchild, or legal ward) of a living Elk who joined the order on or before April 1, 2013, or a charter member of a Lodge that was instituted on or after April 1, 2013, is eligible to apply. The applicant must be a high school senior.

Applications can be found by going to: http://scholarshipguidance.com/scholarship_elks_national_foundation_legacy_awards_8964.php?&utm_source=newsletter01&utm_mediu m=email&utm_campaign=201601&utm_content=e680d3df084ab732422fa0866b1e338a


  • 2.Courageous Persuaders Scholarship - $3,000 - 14 Awards (Deadline: February 11, 2016) Student Eligibility:

Compete for scholarship dollars and a chance to air a commercial on TV. Create a 30-second commercial to warn middle school students about the dangers of underage drinking or the dangers of texting while driving. Students can enter separate videos in both categories. The competition is open to high school students in grades 9-12.

Applications can be found by going to: http://scholarshipguidance.com/scholarship_courageous_persuaders_scholarship_8965.php?&utm_source=newsletter01&utm_medium=em ail&utm_campaign=201601&utm_content=e680d3df084ab732422fa0866b1e338a


  • 3.January 2016 Scholarship Points Award - $10,000 - 10 Awards (Deadline: January 31, 2016) Student Eligibility:
  • A)At least 13 years old and enrolled or will enroll in a college or university in the US.
  • B)A legal resident of the U.S. or Puerto Rico. Applications can be found by going to:




  • 4.You Deserve It Scholarship - $1,000 - 1 Award (Deadline: February 15, 2016) Student Eligibility:
  • A)You must be a resident of any of the 50 United States, District of Columbia or US Territories
  • B)You must be 16 years of age or older


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