Individual Place Winners at District Contest and Leadership Congrats to all Good luck at State.
2023 FBLA District Leadership Conference Results Top 10 *State Qualifier *1 st Place –Brooklyn Russell, Accounting I *1 st Place – Braxton Magee, Accounting II *1 st Place – Braxton Magee, Computer Applications *1 st Place – Rudy Updegraff, Economics *1 st Place – Jackson Thomas, Personal Finance *1 st Place – Tenley Weller, Securities and Investments *1 st Place – Cassidy Davison, Spreadsheet Applications *1 st Place – Jackson Thomas, Supply Chain Management *2 nd Place – Andrew Paniamogan, Accounting I *2 nd Place – Kaden Jones, Braxton Magee, Luke Sweat, Business Management *2 nd Place – Rowan Hendren, Heath Care Administration *2 nd Place – Brooklyn Russell, Human Resource Management *2 nd Place – Haiden Trammell, Securities and Investments *2 nd Place – Isabella Arias, Spreadsheet Applications *3 rd Place – Cassidy Davidson, Human Resource Management *3 rd Place – Luke Sweat, Insurance and Risk Management *3 rd Place – Lyle Malinao, Introduction to Information Technology 3 rd Place – Rowan Hendren, Computer Applications *4 th Place – Megan Bottcher, Business Calculations *4 th Place – Jackson Thomas, Cyber Security *4 th Place – Gabby Williams, Insurance and Risk Management *4 th Place – Megan Norris, Networking Infrastructures *4 th Place – Olivia Bradley-Ferdinand, Supply Chain Management 4 th Place – Ruby King, Broadcast Journalism 4 th Place – Morgan Botcher, Hannah Carter, Entrepreneurship *5 th Place – Isabella Arias, Agribusiness *5 th Place – Cassidy Davidson, Insurance and Risk Management *5 th Place – Haiden Trammell, UX Design 5 th Place – Brooklyn Russell, Word Processing *6 th Place – Tenley Weller, Insurance and Risk Management *7 th Place – Rudy Updegraff, Supply Chain Management 7 th Place – Caroline Akins, Economics 7 th Place – Rowan Hendren, Insurance and Risk Management 7 th Place – Lucy Rainey, Introduction to FBLA 7 th Place – Morgan Bottcher, Networking Infrastructures 8 th Place – Andrew Paniamogan, Computer Problem Solving 8 th Place – Andrew Paniamogan, Cyber Security 8 th Place – Hannah Carter, Economics 8 th Place – Olivia Bradley-Ferdinand, Human Resource Management 8 th Place - Joel McCall, Introduction to Financial Math 8 th Place - Joel McCall, Introduction to Marketing Concepts 8 th Place – Emma Chamberlin, Networking Infrastructures 8 th Place – Mauri Frame, Securities and Investments 8 th Place – Luke Sweat, Supply Chain Management 8 th Place – Megan Bottcher, UX Design 9 th Place – Morgan Bottcher, Business Communications 9 th Place – Emma Rudolph, Cyber Security 9 th Place – Abby Owens, Introduction to Business Concepts 9 th Place – Jacob Cookson, Networking Infrastructures 9 th Place – Beau Rainey, Securities and Investments 9 th Place – Sutter Akins, UX Design 9 th Place – Kaliska Madison, Word Processing 10 th Place – Grant Williams, Securities and Investments 10 th Place – Abbey Henry, UX Design 27 Events to State 54 Top 10 Events
Due to road conditions, South Harrison is closed Friday, February 17, 2023.
Due to incoming weather, South Harrison R-II School District will be closed Thursday, February 16, 2023.
Due to road conditions, South Harrison is closed Thursday, February 9, 2023.
South Harrison will close early for winter break tomorrow (December 21, 2022) at 1 PM. There will be no school on Thursday (December 22, 2022), and the district will be closed. This is due to possible incoming weather.
Spring Election Information
-South Harrison School District and the City of Bethany Police Department now have certified School Safety Specialists- Ashley McConkey and Eric Rimmer of the South Harrison R-II School District and the City of Bethany Police Department respectively have received certification as School Safety Specialists. Mrs. McConkey and Officer Rimmer participated in the recent School Safety Academy sponsored by Missouri School Boards' Association's Center for Education Safety. The event was held August 2022 in Jefferson City and was designed to train and certify school safety coordinators. School safety personnel from 45 school districts throughout the state attended the academy at no cost to local school districts. "It's essential that students, teachers and staff are in a safe learning environment," Center for Education Safety Director Amy Roderick said. "Schools must have processes and protocols in place and then have their staff trained to implement the practices and policies to ensure our students feel safe at school so they can focus on learning," she added. Topics at the School Safety Academy included support systems for behaviors, legal aspects of school safety, trauma-informed and mental health resources, intervention and de-escalation, emergency preparedness and plan building, behavioral risk and threat assessments, and cyber security fundamentals. The CES School Safety Academy includes the basic training needed to certify school safety coordinators with plans to expand to more advanced training and certification as the program builds and expands over the coming years.
Parents/Guardians, As part of our dedication to creating a positive school climate which encourages students to achieve, we are conducting a survey to gather data on the opinions of parents/guardians. This data will then be used to add or modify current practices and/or programs. Your thoughts and opinions do matter to us so please use the link to the survey provided through email. If you did not receive the email and would like access to the link, please notify Central Office at 660-425-8044. The survey will close Thursday, October 27, 2022. Please remember that the link is building specific and deals with your thoughts concerning that specific buiding. If you have students in multiple buildings, you should have received multiple emails concerning each specific builidng. Thank you for your time and opinions. Dennis Eastin Superintendent
South Harrison will hold a surplus auction on Tuesday, October 25, 2022, at 5:30 P.M. It will be held at our bus barn, 1471 Daily Road, Bethany, MO. See attached information.
Nextgen Music is visiting our middle school, high school and elementary school today to present an assembly to our students dealing with self-image, self-worth, and making good decisions. Thank you to Nextgen Music.
A reminder--for those fans traveling to Independance this evening for softball (Oct. 4)...there are no bleachers so please take along a lawn chair. Go Bulldogs!!
As part of our suicide prevention activities, Jeff Morris from Finding Hope is presenting to our high school students today. Thank you, Mr. Morris.
South Harrison thanks the United Methodist Church for the great breakfast they provided. Your support is greatly appreciated.
The South Harrison Staff would like to thank NL Holdings, LLC for our Back to School Gift!
South Harrison wishes to thank the First Christian Church of Bethany for the wonderful breakfast this morning. We appreciate your support!!!
South Harrison held an intruder drill today at each of our buildings. Thank you to all law enforcement and emergency personnel for our training drill and ongoing committement to school safety.
South Harrison staff has returned today to prepare for the upcoming school year. South Harrison greatly appreciated the wonderful lunch provided by the First Baptist Church of Bethany. A geat way to begin the 2022-2023 school year!
2022-2023 Registration Information
The North Central Career Center is seeking applications for a secretary in the Director’s office for the 2022-2023 school year. This position is 9 ½ months, 35 hours per week with benefits. The secretary to the Career Center provides clerical and multi-media support to building staff and maintains records at a minimum. This person would have the ability to read and interpret documents, write simple correspondence, maintain and submit reports, collect and enter data, as well as speak with members of the public, students, and other staff members. Must be able to maintain school confidentiality. Other specific job duties available upon request. Must hold a minimum of a high school diploma and pass a background check. For further information, please contact Erik Coffey, Director, at 660-868-0948 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are available on the district’s website. Job will remain open until filled.