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‚ÄčAnnouncements 5-17-19
‚ÄčAnnouncements 5-17-19
Thursday, May 16, 2019

Announcements 5-17-19

Graduation is Sunday, May 19 at 4:00 p.m. in the New Gym. Friday, May 17 begins with the viewing of the Senior Video in the PHS Library at 8:00 followed by the Senior Walk through the halls of the Piggott Elementary School (Caps and Gowns will be worn).  At approximately 9:30, the Senior Awards Assembly will begin in the NEW GYM followed immediately by the Graduation Practice which will lasts as long as needed.  The Seniors are then invited to a Senior Lunch provided by Senior Parents at Mrs. Little's home.  All Seniors must attend the Senior Awards and Graduation Practice.

Students:  All library books should be turned in by Friday.

Any student in grades 8-11 who is interested in playing Tennis next year and was unable to come to the meeting, see Coach Seegraves.

Ashlyn Roberts and Jordan Tate will be at the preschool all day Friday, May 17 to meet a requirement for CCGMS.

NEW GYM will be CLOSED Wednesday through Friday for Cleaning and Graduation preparation.  Students should stay out of the New Gym.

Students who are interested in taking concurrent classes from ASU need to meet in the computer lab on Monday, May 20 at 1:00.  This includes Intro to Sociology, Intro to Psychology, World Lit, and Biology.  You will have to have an ACT or ACT Aspire cut score. 

Any student who is interested in taking an advanced art (Art II, Pre-AP, AP Art) class next year needs to get an application from Mrs. Tate by Thursday May 16th.  You have to have taken at least Art I and scored a "B" or better.

7-11th Grade Awards Assemblies will be on MONDAY, May 20.  The 9-11th Grade Assembly will be 9:30-10:30 and the 7-8th Grade Assembly will be 10:45-11:25This is the day before the last day for all students before semester tests and review day so you should be able to see all your students on the last day.

SEMESTER TEST SCHEDULE-  Wednesday, May 22 - Review Day (Students must attend review for semester test that they are taking- Regular Schedule) - Thursday, May 23, 7th/8th Grade 9:00 English 10:00 Science -- 9-11th Grades 1st pd 9:00, 3rd pd 10:00, 5th pd 11:00, and 7th pd 1:00.  Friday, May 24, 7th/8th  9:00 Math  10:00 Geography/History--9-11th Grade 2nd pd 9:00, 4th pd. 10:00, 6th pd 11:00, and 8th pd 1:00.  

8:00 - 8:55 will be Breakfast and Study Time in the Cafeteria on Thursday and Friday ----- 2:00-3:15 will be Make-up Tests and Handbook Committee on Thursday and Make-up Testing on Friday.  Lunch will be served from 11:30-12:30 both days.

Check out a free Live Online ACT Prep class from Kaplan with ACT expert Ged on 5/18 (Saturday at 10:00 a.m.). This is an hour and a half class to help prepare you to take the ACT.

Those students who would like to help manage the cost of joining all the club/organizations next year , here's a plan..  Join FCCLA this year! Pay your $15.00 dues now to be a member as soon as school starts next year.  Also, by joining now recieve the $5.00 coupon card from Sonic, really making you dues $10.00. See Mrs. Little. 8th Graders, you may participate if you plan to take one of Mrs. Little's classes.

Any person interested in purchasing a Donkey Basketball 2019 DVD for $10, there are envelopes in the office to for ordering.

The give away for the 32" Flat screen TV with built in DVD player has been postponed until Friday May 17.  So you still have time to buy your chances.  See Ashlyn Roberts, Kaylee Smith, Jordon Leggett or Mrs. Little to buy chances.

Grand March DVD's are available for $10.  Graduation and Grand March DVD's can be purchased for $13 for both.  Baccalaureate, Graduation, and Prom for $16.  Envelopes will be given to Seniors at Graduation Practice.

No Grab n Go until further notice. Unless there is a specific meeting, do not let your students leave during activity period. That includes going to the gyms (new, middle, and old).  

Students:  Please check the lost and found for any coats, jackets, or other items.  

Any student planning to take the Driver's Test this summer should see Mrs. Shamala and get your name on the list for paperwork.

Any student grades 10-12 who is interested in working on the yearbook next school year, please see Sherry Taylor at the Superintendents office.   

Students in 9th - 11th grades see Mrs. Amber if you need to sign up for summer school for credit recovery.


Seniors:  If you have received a scholarship and you want it announced at graduation, see Mrs. Amber for a form to fill out.

Seniors:  Sign a poster on Mrs. Amber's door letting her know where you need a FINAL transcript sent.

***Students that graduate from one of the UA System schools will pay the base hourly tuition rate from the institution they were attending when they transfer to the U of A.  As an example, our current base tuition is $246.12 per credit hour, but students at UA Batesville currently pay $74 per credit hour.  So in this example students will get a scholarship for $172.12 per credit hour.  We are so excited for the students that will be able to take advantage of this opportunity!  

Scholarship Deadline June 14, 2019   There is still time for students to apply.  Visit our website at to learn more about this opportunity.   

Seniors:  Males attending ASU in the fall can fill out a card for a $250 bookstore scholarship drawing.  See Mrs. Amber for a card to fill out.

Seniors:  The list of Honor Graduates has been posted on Mrs. Amber's door, the Office window, and on the Library window. 

Seniors:  The Horatio Alger Association Career & Technical Scholarship is available online at  - first priority deadline is June15, 2019.

Seniors:  Textbook Brokers in Searcy has an online application for textbook scholarships.  These are chosen at random.  Deadline is May 31, 2019.  Schools served  by Textbook Brokers in Searcy are:  Harding, ASU Searcy, ASU Beebe, ASU Heber Springs.

Seniors:  Textbook Brokers in offering a chance to win a textbook scholarship for  high school students who are attending UCA, CBC or UACCM in Fall 2019.  There  will be  2 winners chosen at UCA and UACCM then one winner for CBC. They will call and email the winners once they have been selected. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. The link below will direct you to  the Scholarship opportunity.