The national Red Ribbon Campaign serves as a catalyst to mobilize communities to educate youth and encourage participation in drug prevention activities. Wearing the red ribbons symbolizes the commitment to raise awareness of the destruction of drugs across our nation. Here at Harrison, we are committed to our students making good decisions both socially and academically. We maintain a strong stance to support our students as they grow to be positive citizens and role models in our community to include digital citizenship. Their digital footprint can always be traced – even if they think it is anonymous. While we acknowledge the importance of students staying drug free, it’s also important for students to stay focused on academics as we approach upcoming exams. We are always proud of our Hoyas! To learn more about the national Red Ribbon Campaign, please visit their website. We are looking forward to the annual Red Ribbon Week, which takes place from October 22 to October 29. Make sure to keep up with all the fun things we have planned by viewing our Red Ribbon Week flyer!
My Fall schedule is as follows:
1st Period 8:20 – 9:52 Consult/Academic Coaching/LEA Rm. 202
Advisement 9:58 – 10:06 Rm. 120
2nd Period 10:12 – 11:47 Study Skills Rm. 101
3rd Period 11:53 – 1:51 Planning
4th Period 1:57 – 3:30 Consult/Academic Coaching/LEA Rm. 202
Hoya Block Schedule
1st Period 8:20-9:45 Consult/Academic Coaching/LEA Rm. 202
Hoya Block 9:51 – 10:36 Room 308
2nd Period 10:42 – 12:07 Study Skills Rm. 101
3rd Period 12:13 – 2:01 Planning
4th Period 2:07 – 3:30 Consult/Academic Coaching/LEA Rm. 202
Make sure to bring your academic work to class so that we can work through any difficulties you may be having. We will do a grade checks mid week each week along with notebook checks periodically. if you need help choosing an organization system that works for you, please ask me or read the link below. The interactive notebook is one of my favorite systems.
Do I need a Class Notebook for my academic courses! Yes, you need them and here is a little help in setting one up.
If you want you want your student to be engaged, to be more responsible for their own learning, and become a better note taker, then Interactive Student Note-books may be the answer. These are notebooks that are unique for each student. The notebook can help students organize notes, review important information, keep up with handouts, and make generalizations when learning by referring to sections that support their learning. The notebook has been call an “organizational anchor” for students.
****NEW this week ! Some things parents and teachers can do to help the student based on behaviors. Study Help