The Harrisburg Public Schools Foundation is pleased to
announce that for the 2nd year we are going to recognize an
outstanding teachers; one in elementary school; one in middle school and
one in high school.
The Harrisburg City School District is seeking to employ
in-house counsel to address legal matters assigned by the District.
Applicants should have experience with educational, contractual, and civil law
that affects the District. Information is available by contacting William
R. Gretton III at (717) 703-4095 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for application is March 20, 2015.
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.
Harrisburg School District Highlights - February/March 2015
Former NFL player, Robert Tate visits Rowland Middle School to promote education and share how he overcame challenges of a learning disability, and went on to college and the NFL.
to Ben Franklin for raising $1000 for the the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society! Top
earning classrooms were Mrs. Scott's class, Mr. Bender's class, Ms.
Goldsmith's class and Ms. Stom's class.
Congratulations to Camp Curtin Academy for raising $922 for the PA Wounded Warriors. Major General Randy Marchi visited students and staff for the check presentation.
Ben Franklin hosts family-fun game night.
HSD and Marshall Math Science Academy partner with PinnacleHealth System, Giant and Capital Blue Cross to re-launch health kiosk.
Kudos to Camp Curtin for raising $1,300 to support the American Heart Association and its "We Got the Beat" Health & Fitness Sports Challenge
Ben Franklin partners with Derry Street Methodist Church and Camp Hill United Methodist Church to promote student reading initiative
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.