Student Council Association

The Student Council Association (SCA) is comprised of 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students who work to make Harrison and our community a better place.  A representative from each class is chosen by the classroom members and teacher.  The students meet as needed to plan activities and help with events.  There are many different activities throughout the year that the SCA participates in including community food drives, visits to nursing homes, school spirit days, teacher appreciation activities and more.  To help support their efforts, SMENCILS are sold throughout the year, see below for sale information.

Spirit Days


October 1-5:  Prince George Homecoming Week

Monochromatic Monday: Wear all of the same color

Top of your head Tuesday: Wear a crazy hat or hair

Where are you Wednesday?:  Wear camouflage

A t-shirt tells a tale Thursday: Wear clothes with words on them

*It’s finally Friday, root for the Royals: Wear Green and Gold! 

*November 20:  Football Day

December 13-19:  Holiday Spirit Week

Thursday, Dec. 13:  Tacky Holiday Shirt/Sweater Day

  *Friday, Dec. 14:  Santa Hat Day

          Monday, Dec. 17:  Reindeer Antlers Day

          Tuesday, Dec. 18:  Red and Green Day

Wednesday, Dec. 19:  Polar Express Day

*January 25:  Frozen Frigid Friday

Wear white or a snow shirt.

*February 14:  Red and Pink Day

 March:  TBD by SCA Members

  *April 26:  Harrison Day

                             Wear a Harrison shirt or colors (blue and white)!

 *May 24:  Patriotic Day

Wear red, white and blue!


Days with an * are days spirit banners will be awarded.

Every Friday show your school pride and wear a Harrison shirt or our school  colors of blue and white.







Save Your Pop Tabs


Schools, service organizations, churches, businesses and individuals collect pop tabs for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Richmond.  RMHC collects pop tabs instead of the  entire aluminum cans because it is more hygienic to store tabs than cans, and collection and storage is easier.  After we collect the tabs, we take them to local recycling centers, where they are weighed to determine their value.  RMHC earns approximately 55¢ per pound of pop tabs.  The recycling center will send RMHC of Richmond a check for the total value.  There will be buckets on the school stage to collect the tabs. 

How many pounds can Harrison collect?????