Book activist Olivia Van Ledtje returns to Harrison Elementary to spread the love of reading and generosity.
Benjamin Harrison Elementary School is a Marion City Schools elementary building located at 625 Brightwood Drive.
Hours are 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. weekdays. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. for students.
Click on the link below to find out how the YMCA is partnering with Benjamin Harrison Elementary for before and after school child care:
- Follow us on Facebook @ Benjamin Harrison Elementary School
- Follow us on Twitter @BHEleaders
- Sign up for our text message feed (your number will be kept safe and you should not expect to get overwhelmed by too many messages) by sending a text message with the phrase @bhefa to 81010. You can opt-out of messages at anytime by replying, 'unsubscribe @bhefa'.
- Your child’s progress will be updated on Progressbook.
- Want to become involved in PTA? There are lots of opportunities to volunteer at fun night, book fairs & secret Santa!
- Collect boxtops and campbells labels and send them in
- Save drink pouches (like capri sun) and send them in to school
- Enroll your Kroger Card into our school’s community rewards - this does not cost you anything and creates thousands of dollars donated to our school. You must register your card every May.
Congratulations to Alieyah Zell, 5th grade student at Harrison Elementary. She won the Spelling Bee in January at Harrison and she recently took a Scripp test on line to qualify for the State Spelling Bee that will be held at the Ohio University on March 23rd.
Congratulations to Benjamin Harrison students named to the merit and honor roll for first quarter.
Kindergarten registration will be held at the end of April and beginning of May. Children must be 5 years old on or before Aug. 1, 2018, to register. Find out when it will be held at each school and call now to make an appointment.
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