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01/05/2024


On the first Friday of each month, we are spotlighting our amazing support staff through . Today’s featured staff member is Harrisonville Elementary School Focus Facilitator Aubrey Graeve. She has been working in our district for two years.

What do you enjoy most about your job ?
Collaboration. I get to work with students in helping them discover and use the tools they need to help them be successful in the classroom. I get to work with teachers and learn all the different techniques they employ to keep students motivated to learn. I also get to work with administrators and office staff in finding ways that I can be helpful in all aspects of the school day. I just love people in general and I feel so grateful to get to work in such an amazing building.

Why did you choose Harrisonville Schools to work for?
I wanted to become a part of the community my kids go to school in. We moved to Harrisonville in 2019 shortly before things shut down for Covid, so it was hard to meet people since we were new. Working in the school gave me that opportunity.

What's your favorite part of your job?
Besides working with the students and teachers that come to my room, my favorite part of my day is bus duty. I love saying "Good Morning" and seeing all the smiling faces coming in the building ready for a great day. That quick morning check in is so important for all of us. I get to do High Five Friday EVERYDAY!

What is one thing you wish more people knew about our schools?
There are so many people in our building working together behind the scenes to make sure every student feels safe and successful at school. I love that I get to be a part of that.

Any fun facts we should know about you?
I am a huge band and choir nerd. I was the Drum Majorette for my High School Marching Band, and I was a member of our show choir for 4 years. I think if I had to do it all over again, I may have chosen the music scholarship offer over the volleyball one, and maybe I would have become a Music Teacher instead. My kids all play instruments, and every once in a while I dust off my flute and play along with them.

01/04/2024

Congratulations to Harrisonville High School teacher & coach Jeff Langrehr who has been selected for induction into the Kansas Association of Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame! The induction will take place next Thursday in Manhattan, KS. Congratulations Coach Langrehr!

01/03/2024

We're excited to welcome our Wildcats back from winter break tomorrow! We've missed our students! 💙🐾

HMS & HHS students: please remember to charge your Chromebooks tonight. 💻

See you soon! 👋

Photos from Harrisonville Parents As Teachers's post 01/03/2024

What's more fun than starting the year with Legos and driving your car for ice cream? 😉 If you have a child below school-age, check out our Harrisonville Parents As Teachers Playgroup tomorrow at 9:30 a.m.!

12/31/2023

Wednesday - Staff Professional Learning Day
Thursday - Classes Resume
**HMS/HHS - Charge your Chromebooks!

12/28/2023

- Help us win! 🏆
We have a challenge for you! Our Harrisonville High School Traction Team needs to you take the pledge to end distracted driving. And we need to you share this post & encourage your friends & family to take the pledge too. Here's the link - https://www.savemolives.com/mcrs/AAAShowdown. We currently have 290 pledges and the leader in our category has 714. The deadline is Dec. 31. Let's go!

12/22/2023

The district newsletter - Harrisonville Highlights - hit 64701 mailboxes this week. You can also read it online here -https://www.harrisonvilleschools.org/site/handlers/filedownload.ashx?moduleinstanceid=278&dataid=6242&FileName=Winter%202023%20Newsletter-final.pdf

And read the Cass Career Center Adult Education spring course guide here -https://www.harrisonvilleschools.org/cms/lib/MO01909919/Centricity/Domain/60/Spring%202024%20Insertnew.pdf

12/21/2023

As we head into winter break, we wish all our Wildcats a safe & happy holiday season. Enjoy our HHS Music Makers’ recent performance at the Harrisonville Rotary Club meeting.

12/20/2023

At last night's Board of Education meeting, the Board recognized the Harrisonville Middle School Career Club during the "What's Great Today" segment of the meeting. Pictured are: Board member Doug Meyer, Duncan Boyd, Michaela Becker, Rileigh Shaw and Avery Spangler.

12/20/2023

Join the 💙🐾

We have the following positions open for 2023-24....

🔹 District Nurse
*Housed at Harrisonville Early Childhood Center Wildcats

All applications should be submitted through the district website at:
https://www.harrisonvilleschools.org/Page/996

12/20/2023

Reminder
Early Release times...
HHS/CCC - 11:05 a.m. (Grab-n-Go Lunch)
HMS - 10:55 a.m.
ECC/HES/McEowen - 12:30 p.m.

12/20/2023

As fall sports wrap up their awards' presentations, we want to congratulate all our student-athletes on their post-season honors. Last, but not least....Wildcat soccer.

HSSCKS Kansas City All-Metro Honorable Mention - Zane Masden

All-State - Zane Masden, 1st Team; Travis Eddleman, 2nd Team; Lucas Goss, Honorable Mention

All Region - Zane Masden (Co-Offensive Player of the Year), Travis Eddleman (Goalkeeper of the year), Lucas Goss

All-District - Zane Masden, Travis Eddleman, Lucas Goss, Carter Lawson, Andre Thompson, Austin Eng, 1st Team; Zander Mason & Conner Graves, Honorable Mention

All-Conference - Zane Masden, Travis Eddleman, Lucas Goss, & Carter Lawson, 1st Team; Andre Thompson & Austin Eng, 2nd Team; Zander Mason, Honorable Mention

Academic All-Conference - Micah Bliss, Travis Eddleman, Luke DeVenney, Cooper Elifrits, Austin Eng, Conner Graves, Lucas Goss, Andre Thompson, Gordon Hopson

Varsity Team Awards
Player of the Year - Zane Masden
Defensive Player of the Year - Travis Eddleman
Offensive Player of the Year - Carter Lawson
Co-Wildcat Exemplification Award - Luke DeVenney & Zander Mason
Newcomer of the Year - Andre Thompson

JV Team Awards
Player of the Year - Gabe Hunter
Co-Defensive Players of the Year - Ekain Castillo & Klyde Webb
Offensive Player of the Year - Cole Mannino
Co-Most Improved Players of the Year - Isaac Tomasek & Jackson Weir
Hustle Award - Simon Claxton

12/19/2023


Today’s featured teacher is Harrisonville Elementary Wildcats third grade teacher Briana Geary. This is her sixth year of teaching third grade at HES.

What do you enjoy most about teaching?
My favorite thing about teaching is getting to spend time with my students. I love getting to teach them something new and seeing the looks on their face when they understand the concept I am teaching them. I also really enjoy seeing the growth and accomplishments they make throughout the school year.

Why did you choose teaching as your career?
I have known since I was a little girl that I wanted to be a teacher. I used to make my little brother and sister play "school" with me growing up. I chose to become a teacher because I like helping people, whether that be physically, emotionally, mentally, etc. Sometimes it's as simple as just helping them learn something new each day.

What's your favorite unit/activity to do each year?
I LOVE teaching math and playing fun games to help my students better understand the concepts we are learning. We play games with a partner, with cards, on our computers, and on our whiteboards. We have even had a "snowball fight" during math time where we wrote a math problem on a piece of notebook paper, threw the paper around the room, and then picked up a "snowball" and answered the math problems on the paper. The students really love that one! My most recent favorite activity was learning about the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and then having my students make their own floats/balloons for our very own school-wide parade.

What is one thing you wish more people knew about our schools?
I wish more people knew just how caring and devoted the staff members are within our district. Every staff member wants our students to succeed and make school a safe learning environment for everyone.

Any fun facts we should know about you?
One fun fact about me is that I have a two-year-old labradoodle named Bentley. He is very much spoiled rotten and I am always willing to share photos. Don't be afraid to ask. :)

12/19/2023

As fall sports wrap up their awards' presentations, we want to congratulate all our student-athletes on their post-season honors. Next on our list...Wildcat volleyball.

All-Conference - Lexi George, 1st Team; Kallie Lemons, Honorable Mention

Academic All-Conference - Brooklyn Rhoney, Brooklyn Morgan, Bailey Sanders, Ruby Barajas, Sydney Ballard, Kenzie Verstraete, Emily Mercer, Lexi George, Scarlett Tracey, Annie Rhoney

All-District - Lexi George & Kallie Lemons, 1st Team; Brooklyn Morgan & Kenzie Verstraete, 2nd Team; Brooklyn Rhoney & Annie Rhoney, Honorable Mention

C Team Awards
Most Improved - Molly Melzer
MVP - Dyllan Hembree
Defensive Player of the Year - Ava Weaver
Offensive Player of the Year - Olivia Wolff
Teammate - Emma Alle

JV Team Awards
Most Improved - Kimber Vassar
MVP - Madi Verstraete
Defensive Player of the Year - Emily Mercer
Offensive Player of the Year - Kimber Vassar
Teammate - Brezlynn Jones

Varsity Team Awards
Most Improved - Bailey Sanders
MVP - Lexi George
Defensive Player of the Year - Annie Rhoney
Offensive Player of the Year - Lexi George
Teammate - Sydney Ballard

Photos from Harrisonville Schools's post 12/18/2023

Art in our Community 🎨
Take a few minutes to admire our amazing artists' talents! This art will be on display throughout our community for the next month at the following locations - Cass County Public Library, Community Bank of Harrisonville (291 Hwy), Commerce Bank, Schroeder Chiropractic, the Chamber of Commerce, Harrisonville Community Center, The Wellness Counseling Center (105 W. Wall) and Culver’s (291 Hwy).

12/18/2023

Congratulations to the Harrisonville High School Students of the Month for December - Emma Schrock and Eli Norman!

Emma Schrock is the daughter of Jeff and Kara Schrock. She is involved in Music Makers, Key Club, SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions), Traction, NHS (National Honor Society), NTHS (National Technical Honor Society), Educators Rising, soccer, and golf.

Her leadership positions include being the president of Music Makers, the vice president of activities of Key Club, and secretary of NHS.

She is in the top 10 percent of her class and has received an Excellence in Academics award every year of high school.

Outside of school, Emma likes to hang out with family and friends.

After high school, Emma plans to attend Longview for two years then go to a university to study early childhood education.

Eli Norman is the son of Michael and Amanda Norman. He is involved in First Priority, NAHS (National Art Honor Society), NHS, and Prayer Group.

His leadership positions include being the club leader of First Priority and Prayer Group.

Eli has received a ceramic hand-building second place ribbon in the 2022 Ray Pec Art Show and was inducted into NHS.

Outside of school, Eli is a member of Antioch Southern Baptist Church and is a guest speaker at Pathway Church. Eli enjoys reading the Bible, journaling, painting, writing music, spending time outside, spending time with family, meeting new people, and growing in his relationship with God.

Eli is graduating at the end of the first semester to work and save up money for college. He plans to attend Spurgeon College and Midwestern Seminary in Kansas City where he will work towards a Bachelor's in Biblical Studies and a Master’s of Divinity. After that, Eli plans to get a job as a pastor at a church, likely in or near Missouri. He would also love to find a wife and start a family at any point during or after college.

The HHS Students of the Month are selected on the basis of character, citizenship, and academics.

12/18/2023

Be Here. Together.

It’s just better when we’re all here together. Mr. Hurley's 4th grade class at McEowen Elementary Wildcats celebrates their On Time & Attendance awards at a recent assembly! Let's all show this kind of excitement for school today!

Photos from Harrisonville Schools's post 12/18/2023

Wildcat Week in Review - Lots of Holiday Spirit🎄
🎁Adopting a family for the holidays
🎁Sorting socks for donation
🎁Making gift bags for senior citizens
🎁Wrapping presents at Shop with a Cop
🎁Organizing PJs for families

12/17/2023

Monday - Harrisonville High School Winter Choir Concert, 7 p.m., HHS PAC
Tuesday - Board of Education Meeting, 7 p.m., Administrative Offices
Tuesday - McEowen Elementary Wildcats Winter Concert, 6:30 p.m., HHS PAC
Thursday - Early Release for All Students
*HHS/CCC - 11:05
*HMS - 10:55
*ECC/HES/McE - 12:30
Friday, Dec. 22-Jan. 3 - Winter Break
Thursday, Jan. 4 - Classes Resume

12/16/2023

As fall sports wrap up their awards' presentations, we want to congratulate all our student-athletes on their post-season honors. Up next, Wildcat cheer!

Academic All-Conference - Elly Maxwell, Rachel Bronson, Ryley Wood, Madison Mitchell, Conner Peeples, Katelynn Neville

Varsity Team Awards
Most Improved - Tori Maldonado
Most Inspirational - Ryley Wood
Most Spirited - Allison Edson
Best All-Around Cheerleader - Dalanie McCubbin

JV Team Awards
Most Improved - Hayden Caver
Most Inspirational - Allison Corniels
Most Spirited - Lilli Dale
Best All-Around Cheerleader - Allison Corniels

Above & Beyond Medal - Elly Maxwell

12/15/2023

Kudos to Harrisonville High School Principal Mark Rorvig who represented the district as a presenter at the Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals' first-ever Aspiring Principals Workshop. Great job Mr. Rorvig!

Photos from Harrisonville Schools's post 12/15/2023

It’s looking festive at HES! Each staff member decorated their door. Let’s play “peoples choice.” Comment on your favorite door.🎄🎁🎅🏻❄️☃️

Photos from Harrisonville Schools's post 12/15/2023

As we wrap up the first semester, we want to thank & recognize our Harrisonville High School A+ students who have been serving as tutors in classrooms throughout the district this fall. The students are assigned to a particular teacher at ECC, HES, McEowen, HMS, CCC & HHS and help out twice a week for 90 minutes. They work with the students on various tasks including sight words, reading, math facts, and much more (as you can see from the photos). The relationships these students are building with the younger Wildcats is pretty awesome and we are so thankful for this opportunity.

Through the A+ program, HHS students who complete certain requirements including grades, attendance, tutoring, citizenship and test scores can earn up to two years of tuition at any Missouri community college, vocational or technical school. The tutoring requirement is 50 hours and HHS students can complete that requirement within a year.

12/15/2023

As fall sports wrap up their awards' presentations, we want to congratulate all our student-athletes on their post-season honors. Up next....cross country!

Academic All-Conference - Steven Overbay, Kayleigh Norris, Selah Parris
All-Conference - Chris Brown, Steven Overbay, Kayleigh Norris (Conference Champion)
All-District - Kayleigh Norris (2X District Champion), Steven Overbay
Academic All-State - Steven Overbay, Kayleigh Norris, Selah Parris (pending)
All-State - Kayleigh Norris
*Class 4 State Champion
*Class 4 Course Record @ MSHSAA championship
School Records - Kayleigh Norris, girls’ top time (17:43); Steven Overbay, 5th fastest overall (17:30)

Photos from Cass Career Center's post 12/14/2023

Check out this hands-on learning at Cass Career Center!

The Ag Lab was part of our 2020 bond project work at the school. The lab provides a place for activities like this as it can be cleaned up safely and steps taken to properly sanitize equipment and tools.

Mr. Dieckhoff, ag teacher, said, "The bond project certainly helped make projects like these more convenient and safer. We have done the project in the early 2010s, but had to use classroom space. With our new lab space, we can more efficiently and safely process the lamb."

12/14/2023

As fall sports wrap up their awards' presentations, we want to congratulate all our student-athletes on their post-season honors. Up next, Wildcat football....

All-Conference, 1st Team - Nate Reynolds, RB; Tyson Wyatt-Smith, LB; Keller Johnson, DL; 2nd Team - Deegan Beachner, DB; Honorable Mention - Eli Baker, TE/Rec; Charlie Murcia, OL; Owen Adair, LB; Darian Polk, LB; Jack San Nicolas, DL; Brandon Phillips

Academic All-Conference - Mason Mitchell, Slade Holden, Eli Baker, Levi Hall, Mason Percival, Nate Reynolds, Case Mezler, Keller Johnson, Darion Polk, Ethan Stone, Aiden Pickering, Garrett Parris, Jack San Nicolas, Charlie Murcia, Gavin Valentich, Andrew Arnold

All-District- Deegan Beachner, DB; Jack San Nicolas, DL; Keller Johnson, DL; Tyson Wyatt-Smith, LB; Caiden Shackles, OL; Nate Reynolds, RB

All-State, 3rd Team - Nate Reynolds, RB

Academic All-State - Mason Mitchell, Eli Baker, Aiden Pickering, Charlie Murcia, Gavin Valentich

KMZU Dream Team Football - Nate Reynolds, Offense; Deegan Beachner, Defense

9/C Offensive/Defensive Lineman of the Year - (Tie) Caden Banks & Trenton Heider
9/C Offensive Player of the Year - Brodie McNeal
9/C Defensive Player of the Year - Kooper Baker
9/C Special Teams Player of the Year - Cole Smalley

JV Offensive/Defensive Lineman of the Year - Garrett Parris
JV Offensive Player of the Year - Jaxon Bechtel
JV Defensive Player of the Year - (Tie) Jake Bruton & Malachi Bowlen
JV Special Teams Player of the Year - Ethan Stone

Varsity Offensive Lineman of the Year - Caiden Shackles
Varsity Defensive Lineman of the Year - Jack San Nicolas
Varsity Offensive Player of the Year - Nate Reynolds
Varsity Defensive Player of the Year - Tyson Wyatt-Smith
Varsity Special Teams Player of the Year - Brandon Phillips

Spark Plug (Inspirational Player of the Year) - Karter Johnston
Most Improved Player of the Year - Deegan Beachner
Most Valuable Teammate (Not Necessarily the Best Player) - (3-Way Tie) Nate Reynolds / Mason Mitchell / Levi Hall

Photos from Harrisonville Schools's post 12/13/2023

🌷🌼 🌹 Students in the Harrisonville Elementary Wildcats Garden Club enjoyed a guest speaker recently. Mrs. Emily Schaeffer, a former Harrisonville band teacher, has worked for Colonial Gardens and Cultivate KC. She led students in flower dissection to discover how pollination works and its role in helping the Earth. HES Garden Club is currently in the research process for their pollinator garden at HES. Students will spend the next few months researching and working on plans for the garden.

12/13/2023

Support our high school Key Club's efforts to help Ronald McDonald House! Eat at Culver's tonight - dine in or drive-thru!

12/13/2023

Join the 💙🐾

We have the following positions open for 2023-24....
🔹 Harrisonville Middle School 6th Grade Science teacher
🔹 Harrisonville High School Special Education teacher
🔹 Harrisonville High School PE/Health teacher
🔹 Harrisonville High School Science teacher
🔹 Harrisonville High School Business teacher
🔹 District Gifted Education teacher

All applications should be submitted through the district website at:
https://www.harrisonvilleschools.org/Page/996

12/13/2023

As fall sports wrap up their awards' presentations, we want to congratulate all our student-athletes on their post-season honors. Next up, Wildcat tennis...

Academic All-Conference - Taylor Jennings, Miranda Fisher, Lily Hopson, Sydney Farr, Abbey Coffey, Maddie Eggers

Conference Tournament
Taylor Jennings/Lily Hopson, Conference doubles champions; Sydney Farr/Charlee Wylde, Conference #2 doubles champions; Miranda Fisher, Conference singles runner-up; Samantha Smith, Conference #2 singles 3rd place; Team, Conference tournament champions

District Tournament
Taylor Jennings/Lily Hopson, District doubles runner-up; Samantha Smith, District singles 3rd place

State Tournament
Taylor Jenning/ Lily Hopson, Doubles qualifier

12/12/2023

Don't miss this week's Sonic Locker Room Radio Program featuring our HHS Wildcat Network crew talking about their partnership with our Harrisonville Missouri Police Department for the Shop with a Cop promo videos. Guests on the show include Camryn, Chloe, Officer King & Mr. Kohl. The show will air at 5:00 p.m. today on 1160 AM and 99.3 FM. It will also be available online for the school year at https://slr.news/schools/harrisonville.

12/12/2023


Today’s featured teacher is Harrisonville Middle School Communication Arts teacher Amy Inderlied. This is her first year teaching in our district.

What do you enjoy most about teaching?
The students -- people say a lot of things about middle schoolers, but I LOVE the chaos and overwhelming joy. They are hilarious and sweet and sassy, and they are generally excited about almost everything which is so refreshing because the world can sometimes seem so apathetic. I love funneling that energy and humor into learning and seeing what incredible things my students create. Most every day, I come home exhausted but smiling so hard that my cheeks hurt.

Why did you choose teaching as your career?
I worked as a graphic designer for 13 years. During that time, I designed a website for a local non-profit called In the Light Performing Arts Center based in Peculiar, MO. They asked if I would be interested in teaching art... then coding... then social studies... then English. I absolutely loved teaching every class and my students. I realized that I missed my calling and went back to get my alternative graduate certification.

What's your favorite unit/activity to do each year?
This is my first time teaching middle school English. So far, I love creating projects that involve real world scenarios that bring my past work experience into play. For instance, I had groups of students draw random products from various companies, and they had to draft ad copy for that product using a particular type of literary device. Aside from that, I absolutely loved teaching the novel Bronx Masquerade by Nikki Grimes because the students LOVED it. I was honestly shocked by how much they enjoyed the book and the characters... especially Tyrone. That sort of engagement thrills any teacher's soul.

What is one thing you wish more people knew about our schools?
Our staff deeply cares for the students. As a new teacher, I am in awe of the dedication and genuine care each teacher has for each student.

Any fun facts we should know about you?
1. I am the mom of two girls and one very needy dog. 2. I met my husband in high school but we didn't date for another decade. 3. I used to co-host a podcast about the Little House on the Prairie television series.

Photos from Harrisonville Schools's post 12/12/2023

This is 💙🐾
Harrisonville High School Science Club members went to Harrisonville Elementary Wildcats to help with a hands-on science lesson. Students learned about plants and then made a "Hairy Head" using soil, grass seed, and stockings. We're not sure who had more fun!

12/12/2023

As fall sports wrap up their awards' presentations, we want to congratulate all our student-athletes on their post-season honors. We'll start with softball...

Academic All-Conference (3.5 GPA & Varsity Letter) - Elizabeth Osterberg, Ann O’Reilly, Olivia Quick, Mia Jackson, Paige Cribbs, Audrie Brown, Jaeda Hasam, Taylor Kanoy, Chloe Jackson.

All-Conference
Jaeda Hasam, 1st team; AnJell Chiasson, 2nd Team; Olivia Quick & Paige Cribbs, Honorable Mention

All-District
Jaeda Hasam-IF & AnJell Chiasson-OF, 1st Team

All-Region
Jaeda Hasam-IF & AnJell Chiasson-OF, 2nd T3eam

Team Awards
Defensive POY- AnJell Chiasson
Offensive POY - Jaeda Hasam
True Blue - Chloe Jackson
Christina Collins Award - Elizabeth Osterberg

12/11/2023

On Friday, our Board of Education held a winter retreat at the district admin office to learn about and discuss long-term planning for the district.

12/11/2023

Be Here. Together.

Starting the week with a smile & laugh is always a great way to set the tone. And who says elementary schools are the only ones with great bulletin boards?? Check out this one from Cass Career Center.

Photos from Harrisonville Schools's post 12/10/2023

Wildcat Week in Review 💙🐾
👩‍⚕️ Career Exploration
🔥 Fire Tower Work
☄️ Dodgeball with the Superintendent
💇 Making Hairy Heads
🎄 Holiday Fun in Art
🔬 Testing Mystery Powders

12/10/2023

Tuesday - Harrisonville Middle School Band Concert, 7 p.m., HHS PAC
Wednesday - Culver's Night w/HHS Key Club, 5-8 p.m.
Thursday - Harrisonville Parents As Teachers Playgroup, 9:30 a.m., ECC
Thursday - Harrisonville High School Band Concert, 7 p.m., HHS PAC
Friday - Senior Photo Retakes, HHS

Looking Ahead
Thursday, Dec. 21 - Early Release for Students
Dec. 22-Jan. 3 - Winter Break
Jan. 4 - Classes Resume

12/08/2023

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