Harnett Central High School

  • To the Class of 2021!
     
    Please complete the Final Graduation Survey by clicking on the link below.
     
    The two choices are:
    1- Individual Senior Ceremonies (up to 15 tickets per family)
    Each member of the Harnett County Schools Class of 2021 would have an individualized graduation experience where they will receive their diploma with select family members present to help celebrate this amazing milestone in their life.
     
    2- Full Graduation Ceremony (approximately 5-7 tickets per family)
    The Harnett County Schools Class of 2021 would participate in a full traditional graduation ceremony with select family members seated inside of their school's football stadium.
     
    This survey will close April 15, 2021 at 11:59PM. Remember, only one submission per senior. #WeareHarnett
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Class of 2021 Senior Activities:
     
    • May 5th: Cap and Gown Distribution - 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
    • Drive through in the carpool line area – seniors need to come so they can get their picture taken

    • May 12th: “Be the Light Night” – 7:00 p.m.
    • Drive-through celebration for seniors and their parents in the student parking lot down to the middle school

      (Make update if it rains is May 19th at 7:00 p.m.)

    • May 26th: Senior Celebration - at 7:00 p.m.
    • Event will be outside. More details to come.

    • June 2nd & June 3rd: Graduation.
    • More details to come after completion of the survey.

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  • SafeSchools Alert

    Harnett County Schools is now using SafeSchools Alert, a tip reporting service that allows students, staff, parents and others to anonymously submit safety concerns (General, Safety and Bullying) to our administration.   

    Two reporting options are available:   SafeSchool Alert and the Harnett Alert.   

  • Covid-19 Testing Guidance for Parents

    As lead nurse for our school district, I would like to clarify some of the mitigation strategies we are using in our school district to control the spread of Covid-19.  In addition to 6ft social distancing, face masks, hand hygiene, our district is also following the recommendations from NCDHHS specific to public school attendees which is inclusive of students and staff. 

    There are two tests currently being used to detect Covid-19, the Rapid Antigen and the Molecular PCR. If a student or staff member is exhibiting even one symptom of Covid and the rapid Antigen test results are negative, the PCR test is required in order to confirm the negative Rapid Antigen prior to returning to school.  However if the Rapid Antigen test results are positive, there is no need for a PCR test to confirm follow-up.  

    Thank you for working with us and being patient as we continue forging plans to provide Rapid Antigen Covid testing to students (with parent consent) and our staff.

    Janet Johnson RN, NCSN

    Lead Nurse

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