The Harrisburg School District (HSD) is issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the selection of an Energy Services Company (ESCO) for the purpose of providing a performance-based energy/operating cost reduction program under the guidelines of PA Act 39 of 2010, the Guaranteed Energy Savings Act (GESA). This request is for Phase II services in connection with HSD’s ongoing GESA project. The Phase II Request for Proposal (RFP) documents can be obtained electronically by contacting PHM Associates, Inc., 811 Woods End Court, Collegeville, PA 19426-2911 firstname.lastname@example.org. Proposals will be due on April 9, 2015 at Noon prevailing timeto Mr. William Gretton, Business Consultant, Harrisburg School District, 1601 State St., Harrisburg, PA 17103-1496.
All students and employees of Harrisburg School District are invited to enter a piece of writing that will be published in the Mosaic Literary Journal. The submission deadline is Tuesday, April 7, 2015. For more information about the requirements, click here.
2014-2015 Weather Emergency Make Up Day: May 29, 2015 Due to the cancellation of school on January 26, 2015, school will now be in
session on Friday, May 29, 2015, for all students, faculty and
staff. Please plan accordingly.
District Highlights – March 2015
John Harris High School NJROTC student
receives Certificate of Graduation and Ribbon of Service from the United
States Naval Sea Cadet Corps
Ron Claiborne of Good Morning America,
along with Floyd Stokes of ALC and nearly 200 men participate in
500 Men Reading at various HSD schools
Melrose Elementary School 4th
grade honor roll students receive novels purchased by PTA
Scott Elementary School celebrates 100th
day of Kindergarten
John Harris High School participates in
Annual Military Inspection
John Harris High School SBI Honors Prep
students participate in WGAL television interview to highlight new Scholar
Apparel Clothing Store for students. For donations of new or gently
used business clothing, contact Mrs. Clenistine Dunson at (717) 703-4057
In response to one of the many questions the Foundation has received regarding the critical financial situation facing the Harrisburg School District (HSD) next year, an Annual Fund has been created for contributions. Many concerned citizens have asked how they can contribute money to offset the severe deficit in the state's public school budget. The answer is through gifts to the Harrisburg Public Schools Foundation (HPSF). The Foundation operates as a means for contributions to be received, recognized and channeled to support the HSD. All gifts, at all levels are appreciated and will be handled respectfully as the contributor intended and with full public transparency.Click the title for more information.