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SciTech Half Days

  • Communuity Partnership Day half day dates: September 4, 2013, October 2, 2013, November 6, 2013, December 4, 2013, February 5, 2014, March 5, 2014, April 2, 2014, and May 7, 2014.
  • Professional Development half day dates: September 11, 2013, October 9, 2013, November 13, 2014, December 11, 2013, January 15, 2014, February 12, 2014, March 12, 2014, April 9, 2014, and May 14, 20114.
  • Parent/Teacher Conference dates: October 24 and 25, 2013 and March 13 and 14, 2014.

Suggestion Box

 

  • Dress Code

    Students and parents are reminded that the dress code is strictly enforced. This Dress Code Flier has details about what is acceptable and what is not acceptable. All students are expected to follow the Board approved Dress Code. Exceptions will only be made by the principal for special events and dress down days. Students who are not in proper dress code will be asked to change for the first offense. Multiple violations of the Dress Code will result in disciplinary action.

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  • Pizza Hut Fundraiser

    Pizza Hut® Fundraiser Night Come Help Raise Funds for By Participating with Pizza Hut in a Pizza Hut Fundraiser Night!

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  • Mock Trial

    Club meeting Friday August, 30th during Mentoring

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  • Student Council

    Student Council Meeting is on Monday during Mentoring in the Lisa Waller Student Center.

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  • Parent Eschool Access

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  • Senior Exit Interviews

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  • Talent Show and International Day

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  • ACE Mentoring Program

    Four students from Harrisburg High School and SciTech have completed the Architect, Construction, and Engineer (ACE) Mentoring Program. A banquet was held at the Hershey Lodge to give the students an opportunity to present their submissions. The project was a redesign of the Hershey Fire Station. Each team consisting of students from various high schools and career centers were given specific parameters for the building and then assigned mentors from various construction trades. The teams met once each week for sixteen weeks with architects, engineers, construction managers, welders, electricians, masons, and carpenters to learn about construction techniques and requirements. Scholarships will be offered to students who wish to pursue a degree in the construction industry.

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