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Fundraising

Harrisburg School District Highlights ~ October through November 2014

  • 8th grade students visit Dauphin County Technical School to get a first hand look at high school learning and career opportunities
  • Downey students and parents celebrate Halloween
  • HSD staff and students participate in "Red Shirt Day" to increase awareness of homelessness
  • Students at John Harris make mittens and scarves for homeless children and adults in Harrisburg
  • HSD's Homeless Liaison, Saundra James-Goodrum, Superintendent, Dr. Sybil Knight-Burney and others receive donation of hygiene items for the district's nearly 200 homeless students and families. The donation was made by Pastor Sharonda Diggs-Stewart.
  • SciTech staff and students organize and raise funds for the district's first Breast Cancer Awareness Run/Walk in honor of Mrs. Shiz and in memory of the school's founder, Ms. Lisa Waller. 
  • HSD students participate in the Green Apple Day of Service at Joshua Farm
  • Cougar Academy student participates in a "teachable moment" with professional photographer, Daniel Shanken
  • Marshall MathScience Academy students receive a special visit from Harrisburg Police Chief, Thomas Carter
  • 5th and 6th grade students from Marshall MathScience Academy travel to Lancaster, PA to experience Amish culture

  • Harrisburg Public School Foundation

    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.

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  • Attention Parents/Guardians: Important Information regarding the Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit Program

    Attention Parents/Guardians: Important Information- Please click the link above to see an overview of the Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit Program and to learn who is qualified to apply.

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  • 2013 School AYP and School Performance Profile Parent Notification Letters

    For information and forms regarding School Choice, Adequate Yearly Progress, and Supplemental Educational Services, please click the title above.

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