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Mission Statement

The faculty and staff of the Piggott School District believe that all students can learn and master basic academic skills regardless of their previous academic performance, family background, socio-economic status, race, and gender. The faculty and staff accept the responsibility for providing strong instructional leadership, a positive school climate, and a safe orderly school environment. Furthermore, we will maintain high expectations, frequently monitor student progress, and encourage a strong parent and community involvement.


Philosophy

The Board of Education recognizes that no one philosophy of education can express the sentiments or beliefs of all teaching personnel. Generally, however, education is perceived as a process of growth and includes the mental, moral, emotional, physical, and spiritual aspects of the individual. Each child is seen as a unique person who possesses certain potentials, needs, aspirations, and interests. As such pupil is different, it is the purpose of education to provide him or her with different experiences in school which will enable him or her to achieve his or hers maximum potential so that he or she may be a useful and productive member of society.
It is understood that though all children will not learn all things equally well, all should have an equal opportunity in the pursuit of education; thus, the Board of Education will attempt to balance its program to provide for the varied interests and needs of the pupils of the schools.
The Board of Education accepts the conclusion that the education of children is a comprehensive program which must be undertaken in cooperation with other institutions of society and will seek to establish and maintain strong ties with parents and community programs.


Piggott Elementary School

Elementary Principal: Mr. Brock Swann 

brock.swann@piggottschools.net

Counselor: Ms. Barbara Batey 
barbara.batey@piggottschools.net

895 E. Main St.
P.O. Box 387
Piggott, AR 72454
Phone (870) 598-2546

Academics

The Elementary Campus houses a preschool program for 3-4 year olds.

There are 3 special education classrooms in which students, according to need, are mainstreamed or self-contained. There are 2 speech therapists.

Some of the programs offered are:

    • Pace
    • Saxon Math Program - Kindergarten - 6th grade
    • Sing, Spell, Read, Write - Kindergarten - 1st grade
    • McRAT
    • Ella - Reading technique
    • Effective Literacy - Reading technique
    • Shirley Method Language
    • Band - 5th and 6th grades
    • Accelerated Reader grades 1 through 6
    • Kindergarten and 6th grade graduation
Extracurricular
      • Youth Power Club - 4th grade
      • Anti-drug, Alcohol, Tobacco program - DARE
      • Grandparents Day for Kindergarten through 6th grades
      • Pee Wee Boys' and Girls' Basketball - 4th, 5th, and 6th grades
      • Pee Wee Football
      • Pee Wee Cheerleaders


Piggott High School

High School Principal: Mr. Paul Seegraves
paul.seegraves@piggottschools.net

533 E. Main St.
P.O. Box 387
Piggott, AR 72454
Phone: (870) 598-3815

Colors: Red and Black

Academic Programs

Piggott High School offers students a balance of required and elective subjects; business, family and consumer science, agriculture, foreign language, language arts, mathematics, PACE, physical education, science, social science, and the performing arts, including speech, drama, journalism, vocal music, band, jazz band, and art.

Students may participate in academic competition such as speech contests, essay contests, science fair, art exhibits, stock market game, spelling bee, poster contests, livestock judging and many others.

Extracurricular

The Piggott School District considers extracurricular activities as an integral part of a student's education. The district provides a number of clubs, organizations, and athletics for students.

Sports
  • Volleyball
  • Boys' and Girls' Basketball
  • Boys' and Girls' Track
  • Football
  • Boys' and Girls' Tennis
  • Boys' and Girls' Golf
  • Baseball
  • Girl's Softball
Clubs and Organizations
  • Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
  • FFA
  • Student Council
  • Spanish Club
  • Junior Beta
  • Yearbook
  • Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)
  • Renaissance
  • Art Club
  • Beta Club
  • Chess Team
  • Drama Club