🎶🍁 Harlan Boys Choir Fall Concert is scheduled for Tuesday November 29th. The program will begin at 6:00 PM at Harlan United Methodist Church. You do not want to miss this musical evening and a chance to support these talented students. #MoreThanASchool
Our High School Boys 🐉 are heading to South Laurel this evening to tip off 🏀 in scrimmage action against Rockcastle County High School. Game is set to start at 7:00 PM. Let’s Go Green! #DragonPride
Of all the things to be thankful for on this Thanksgiving day, we are most thankful for our #FamilyofDragons. Wishing all of you a wonderful Thanksgiving day from the Harlan Independent School District.
🏀 🐉 Good luck to the Lady Dragons in tonight's scrimmage at North Laurel. JV starts at 6:00 pm. The Varsity scrimmage will follow. #GoBigGreen!
🐉 Congratulations to the Harlan High School Varsity Academic Team for a big win over Barbourville! Way to go, Green! 🐉
👑🏀🏀 Homecoming for the Harlan Middle School Basketball team will be tomorrow, November 21st beginning at 5:30.
3/4, 5/6, and 7/8 games will follow homecoming!
🏀 Lady Dragon basketball is back! 🐉 This morning your Harlan Lady Dragons host Shelby Valley in the season's first scrimmage at 11:00 am at HHS. Come out and support our Lady Dragons as they get ready for a great season! #familyofdragons #getfiredup 🔥
🐉 Congratulations to the HHS Academic Team for their wins over Middlesboro! Great job, Green Dragons! #gobiggreen
This Sunday through Tuesday, November 20th to November 22nd is the Southeast Kentucky Music Association's All-Festival Choir which will be held in Corbin, Kentucky. Harlan Independent Schools will be represented by Haylee Couch, Ethan Farley, Morgan Pyles, and Connor Witt this year.
Do not forget the Internet and Gaming Safety class tonight starting at 5:00 PM in Harlan Middle School! Any caregiver is welcome to attend to gain some valuable information to help protect their children. Activities will be available for middle and high school students while this informational class is going on.
Congratulations to the HHS Academic Team for their big win over Whitley County! Great job, Green Dragons! 🐉
🐉 Good luck to the Harlan Green Dragon Academic Team as they travel to Whitley County. Go Big Green!!! 🐉
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Just a reminder that Fall Ball tickets are on sale in Mrs. Freyer's room this week for $15. They will be $20 at the door.
Fall Ball is a semi-formal dance for HHS students in grades 9-12 that will be held on Saturday, November 19th in the Harlan Elementary gym. The Fall Ball is a fundraiser for the 2023 Junior/Senior Prom.
🏈 🐉 It's GAMEDAY, Dragon fans! Tonight the Harlan Green Dragons travel to Pikeville to take on the Panthers in the 2nd round of the Class A Playoffs. Kick-off is set for 7:30pm. #GoBigGreen #Firedup 🔥🐉
🥎🥎🥎 Harlan High School Open Field will be cancelled for today
🏀 🐉 Just a reminder: This Saturday at 7pm Harlan High School will be hosting Big Green Madness! Come meet your 22-23 Lady Dragon and Green Dragon basketball teams and cheerleaders. All cheer and dance teams will be performing. It's going to be a night of fun! 🐉 #familyofdragons
Harlan Independent takes 1st place at CEDAR event!
Yesterday an entrepreneurial team from Harlan Independent took part in the Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College’s District Challenge of the CEDAR Entrepreneurial Community Improvement Program. This team consisted of Miranda Brock, Kevin Lee, Audrey Goss, and Cameron Reynolds.
These students were tasked with creating a new business idea that would either solve a community problem, fill a community need, or take advantage of an opportunity, with any of which providing benefit to their community. The district competition consisted of informational sessions to help refine their idea and enrich their understanding of business planning. At the end of the event, the team had pitch their idea to a group of judges and garnered enough points from the judges to take first place.
Each student on the team earned a $500 scholarship for their business savvy and will go on to compete at the Regional Challenge on December 9th!
A big thank you to their Coach, Tessa Roark, for taking the time to help these students prepare for the event and ultimately find success in all their hard work!
🍧🍧🍧Tomorrow, Kona Ice will be here for students in middle and high school. Please send money with students if they would like a snow cone