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    The mission of Harrisonville Schools is to achieve excellence in education.
     
    Purpose Statement
    The purpose of the Harrisonville School District, in partnership with parents and community, is to ensure that ALL students are college and career ready when they graduate from our district. This begins at the preschool level and runs throughout the students' educational experience. All that we do and all decisions made should be based on this premise. All goals, objectives and decisions will be based on this purpose. Our students deserve and we should demand nothing less. 

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District News

  • Two candidates file for Board

    Two candidates have filed for two positions on the Harrisonville Schools Board of Education - Tina Graef and Brittney Sexton. Graef is an incumbent and currently serves as Board president. Under the provisions of Missouri Statute Section 115.124, if the number of candidates who file is the same as the number of positions to be filled by the election (two), there will be no election. Since this is the case, at the April reorganizational meeting of the Board of Education, the district will swear in these candidates. Graef and Sexton will each serve three-year terms. Outgoing board member Gina Smith will be recognized during the reorganization meeting as well.

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  • Foundation kicks off Major Saver sales

    The Harrisonville Public School Foundation is once again offering Major Saver cards for sale through students in grades K-5. Students will receive the sales packets on Thursday, January 10th and will sell the $15 Buy One, Get One Free offer cards until Wednesday, January 23th. Proceeds from the sales of the discount cards directly support the participating schools and the activities of the Harrisonville Public School Foundation. Last year, the Foundation and participating schools raised more than $16,000 through the sale of Major Saver cards.

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  • Listening to Students

    as part of the Listening Post series, Superintendent Paul Mensching met with members of the Harrisonville High School Student Council Executive Committee. Earlier in December, he also met with students at Harrisonville Middle School. The Listening Post events are opportunities for students, staff, parents, and community members to meet with Mr. Mensching, ask questions, and share ideas.

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  • Art in the Community

    Our students' artwork is displayed each month through the Art in the Community program. The artwork can be viewed at Country Club Bank (S. Commercial location), the Cass County Public Library, Community Bank of Harrisonville (291 Hwy), Commerce Bank, Brick House Coffee Bar & Eatery, Schroeder Chiropractic, the Chamber of Commerce, and the District’s Administrative Office Lobby and Board of Education Room (503 S. Lexington).

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  • Board of Education Highlights

    Click the headline for highlights from the most recent Board of Education meeting

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  • Key News - District E-newsletter

    A new edition of Key News is now available. Read about events happening in our schools and see photos from around the district. Click the headline.

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