The mission of the Highmore-Harrold School District is to prepare students to accept responsibility for self, family, community, and country; thus becoming positive contributing members to our ever-changing society.  




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10:00-FCCLA to Fall Mtg.-S. Falls

FCCLA at Fall Mtg.-S. Falls
8:20-11:41-Jrs/Srs to College Planning Fair-Ft. Pierre
4:30-JHFB at Miller v MV/P
5:15-JHVB Intersquad Scrimmage(H-Aud)
6:00-JHVB v Crow Creek(H-Aud)
4:15-JHVB at S. Buttes
6:30-VB at S. Buttes
1:00-CC-CSDC at Gettysburg
8:20-11:41-ASVAB Test(Jrs)-Mr. Ring's Room
9:00-Health Screening for Gr. K-5 & 8
FB-Bye Week/No FBP
FCCLA-Dig For A Cure Night
3:00-JHFBP to Miller
3:45-JHVB Intersquad Scrimmage(H)
4:30-JHVB v W. Springs(H)
5:30-Steps for Hope Supper-Aud
6:30-VB v W. Springs(H)

2:30-JHFB at Miller v Redfield
4:00-?FBP, ?VBP & ?JHVBP-Aud, 3-5GBP-Gym
No 6:30-FBCHP-Miller
7:00-Bd. Mtg.

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Highmore-Harrold School District
415 Iowa Ave South
Highmore, SD 57345
High School (605) 852-2275
Elementary (605) 852-2276
Fax (605) 760-8449

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