In partnership with our families and community, Lakewood City Schools will develop responsible citizens, who are critical and creative thinkers, committed to lifelong learning, invested in a diverse society, and prepared for technological and global opportunities.


Putting the Pencil to Paper to Say Thank You! Putting the Pencil to Paper to Say Thank You!

A number of Harrison students participated in a letter writing project that sent letters to our soldiers in Honor of Veteran's Day.  This was an opportunity for us to give thanks to the soldiers for serving our country and for the huge sacrifices their families make while their love ones are off taking caring of the world!

Thank You Veteran's Today and Everyday!

November Unbeleafable Attendance Challenge November Unbeleafable Attendance Challenge

Each month we recognize our students who have obtained perfect attendance for the month.  For the month of October we had 232 students with perfect attendance representing Spooktackular October Attendance.  November's Unbeleafable Attendance tracking is off to a great start.  Get here on time daily.  We Are Too Legit To Quit!

Fire Safety Fire Safety

Thank you to Fire Marshall Tim and Fire Inspector Mike of the Lakewood Fire Department for coming out and teaching Harrison students about fire safety.  The students love the fire truck show at the end!

Harding 7th Grade Middle School Students Touching The Lives of Some Harrison Elementary School Students Harding 7th Grade Middle School Students Touching The Lives of Some Harrison Elementary School Students

Ruth Pangrace, Harding Middle School Teacher, received a Martha Holden Jennings Grant to pursue a project that involved her 7th grade gifted students learning about cultural differences and building relationships with refugees and immigrants.  What better way for them to embark upon this project than to connect with the students at Harrison Elementary School.  Mrs. Hickey and Ms. Sgambellone, ELL Teachers at Harrison worked with Ms. Pangrace to help make this a reality.  This is the start of something great and the plan is that the 7th grade students will connect with the ELL population at Harrison monthly engaging in a variety of activities.

Harrison Kindergarten Family Day Harrison Kindergarten Family Day

Harrison is continuing with sharing student classroom math experiences with families.  Having the math conversation with families and looking at math then vs. math now has increased our parent involvement in the conversation on math with their children.  Providing that first hand knowledge and the opportunity to be in the classroom with the students has families walking away feeling a little more comfortable with the idea of being that math support at home.  Thank you kindergarten families for coming out.  We enjoyed having you.

2nd Grade Family Day - November 25th - 9:30 am. - 10:45 am.