The Annual eRegistration is now open.. It is important for all families to complete this task to ensure we have the most up-to-date information on students. You can log into PowerSchool. Click on the E-Registration Tab at the far left bottom and complete it for each child you have in CRCSD schools. Thank you for taking care of this as soon as possible.
Would you like to make some positive environmental changes in school, the community, and our daily lives? Join the Green Team and help make a difference. We will meet during 8th period a few days a month. We need students with energy and fresh ideas. If that’s you, see Mrs. Poggenklass room 214 to sign up!
The Harding Cross Country team traveled to Center Point on Tuesday and took on a field of eleven middle school teams. Competing in some sweltering conditions, both teams ran well with Harding taking second in the girls’ team race and the boys finishing third.
Individually in the girls race Ella Cadenhead led the Chargers by again taking a top ten position finishing 8th overall. Madison Bateman finished 11th. Kayleigh Duncan, Abigail Ingraham, Regan Ernst, Grace Park and Anabel Bradley were the other top Harding runners to add to the final team score.
On the boys side, Gavin Smith took fifth place with Miles Wilson right behind him in seventh. Miles was the top 7th grade boys’ runner at the meet. Connor McGovern, Josh Link, Luke Hoffman, Jonah Hallam and Jean Paul Kahiku rounded out the top finishers for our Harding team.
Great job by all!
Congratulations to the 8th grade volleyball team on their big wins last night against Regis.
Harding won 8 out of 9 games. Stand outs for the night were: Alexis Randal who showed great hustle, Tori Knight, Maddie Beitzel, Abby Baize and Lexi Wheatley scored consecutive points with their consistent serves.
Keaton Gerber had two ace hits and the team of Abby Baize, Keaton Gerber, Chloe Kuennen, Kaylee Hornett, Rheya Wood and Macie Bonwell had multiple pass-set-hits!
The talented team of Ella Stoltenberg, Ally Harris, Jaden Middendorf, Izzy Presley, Molly Joyner, and Megan Feldman won all 3 sets 25-15, 25-13, and 15-9.
Molly Joyner and Megan Feldman were a strong combo on the net with Megan Feldman leading her team in multiple kills.
Keep up the hard work team!!
The 7th grade volleyball team continued to show incredible growth and determination yesterday afternoon in a tough match at home against Regis. The first B team match wound up in a tie score of 16 to 16 just as the buzzer rang. The other B teams won all three of their matches with winning game scores of 19 to 14, 20 to 12, and 18 to 11. The A team then took the court and found themselves quickly down by 12 points in their first game. After a timeout, the Chargers rallied and came back to win that game with a final score of 25 to 22. The A team maintained control of both of their next games with winning scores of 25 to 13 and 15 to 8. The Chargers will be at home again this Thursday against Wilson. Great job, girls...keep the undefeated season going.
The Harding Girls soccer team earned their first victory with a 3 to 2 win at Taft last night. After falling behind 1 to 0 at the half, the Chargers made some quick adjustments to fight back into the game. Janelle Minor started the scoring with 2 unassisted goals, leaving piles of Tiger defenders dazed and confused before calmly placing the ball in the back of the net. Jade Lloyd-Nelson got the assist when sending a long ball through to Katherine Stone who outran the Taft defender and beat the keeper for the game winner. Tanayah Klett made big improvements in goalie to help the strong defensive line of Courtney Hubbell, Xandrea Adams, Jocelyn Ozarawicz, Sydney Short and Odessa Zahradnik.
In the reserves game the Charger reserves took on Taft’s varsity but could not break their defense. Defensive standouts were Kendra Morris, Destiny Lopez and Patricia Garcia. Offensive standouts were Ella Mickelson, Annika Kepple and Giteeka Adhikari.
There will be NO girls soccer practice tonight. Be ready to go tomorrow.
MAGAZINE SALES BEGIN TODAY (9/18)! Your student will be bringing home a sales envelope and prize information. Important dates are as follows:
Tuesday, September 19 = Reach Out Book Turn-In
Tuesday, September 26 = 1st Magazine Sales Subscription Turn-In
Tuesday, October 3 = 2nd Magazine Sales Subscription Turn-In
HARDING SPIRIT WEAR ORDER FORMS will be coming home with your student TODAY, 9/18. ORDERS ARE DUE SEPTEMBER 26, 2017. Additional forms are available in the Student Info Center in the front foyer.
Attention 6th graders interested in auditioning for show choir. There is a sign-up sheet to audition posted right outside of the vocal room. Come and sign up for an audition time! If you have any questions, ask Ms. Mead before or after school.
Last Thursday Boys Tennis battled always-tough Regis. In a meet that saw some very close matches, including several that went to tie breaker, Regis narrowly edged us for the victory. Winners in singles were Carter Vanderzee, Kyle Crock and Anhad Gill. Winners in doubles were Isaac Hofferber/Simeon Jauhiainen, Gabe Lemke/Jake Swestka, and Chase Pasterski/Gage Malloy.
Want to help tell the 2017-2018 story of Harding? Grab an application from the Student Info Center located in the front foyer to apply to be a part of the yearbook staff. The completed application and teacher recommendation needs to be submitted to the main office by the end of the school day on Friday, September 22, so act now!
ATTENTION STUDENTS . . . IF YOU ARE PLANNING ON ATTENDING THE FOOTBALL GAMES AT KINGSTON STADIUM TO CHEER ON THE COUGARS, YOU WILL NEED TO KNOW THAT THE FOLLOWING EXPECTATIONS WILL BE ENFORCED TONIGHT AND AT THE REST OF THE GAMES THIS SEASON:
- No food or drink can be brought into the stadium
- Backpacks or cinch sacks are not allowed
- Middle school students need to be seated in the designated middle school sections
- There will be no loitering behind the stadium or in the corner areas near the gates. You must stay in your designated middle school section.
Also, make sure you are exiting and that your ride is there to pick you up by 9:30 pm.
THANKS FOR YOUR COOPERATION AND GO COUGS!
Interested in high paying, high demand manufacturing careers? Stop by the Counseling office (by 9/13) to get more information about a field trip to local companies during Advanced Manufacturing Week. Learn about what companies are making as well as future job opportunities.
KEEP COLLECTING THOSE HY-VEE RECEIPTS AND BOXTOPS! SEND THEM TO SCHOOL WITH YOUR STUDENT TO BRING TO THE MAIN OFFICE.
DON'T MISS OUT ON ORDERING A HARDING YEARBOOK FOR YOUR STUDENT. ORDER FORMS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE STUDENT INFO CENTER OR ORDER ONLINE @ YBPAY.LIFETOUCH.COM
A REMINDER ABOUT BEFORE SCHOOL PROCEDURES:
Students will remain outside, prior to 7:42, unless:
- 35 degrees or below
- Extreme weather conditions exist
Students are only allowed to enter the building if:
- Eating breakfast
- Clinic -- unless there is a need for an escort (injured, vomiting, etc…) the student should go to the clinic, to take care of business, on their own.
- Working with a teacher – A pass from the teacher is required
All students entering 7th grade must meet the state vaccination requirement and show proof of receiving the meningococcal vaccine and Tdap. Proof of these vaccines should be brought to the Clinic.