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​Announcements 1-21-2020
​Announcements 1-21-2020
Friday, January 17, 2020

Announcements 1-21-2020

Congratulations to the Sr High Girls Basketball team for winning the 3rd place game over Maynard at the FNB Tournament at Corning.

Congratulations to the Jr High Girls Basketball team for defeating Trumann last night.

7-12 PACE will have their yearbook picture taken TODAY,Tuesday at 8:30 in the new gym.

The Beta yearbook picture will be taken in the new gym on TODAY,Tuesday at 9:00.

All Senior Profiles need to be turned in to Mrs. Natalie no later than Thursday, Jan. 23.   There will be a SENIOR class meeting next Friday.

Who's Who Assembly will be TODAY,Tuesday, Jan 21.  Everyone is asked to dress nicely as pictures will be taken for the yearbook following the assembly.

Please excuse Mycah Blascoe & Paylee Myhre tomorrow,TUESDAY all day. They will be working at elementary for part of their STAR Event Competition.

FCCLA members: Next Tuesday, January 28 we will meet  in the FCS room during activity period.  The Mayor (Travis Williams) will be here to sign a letter of Proclamation for our 2020 FCCLA week.  It is a mandatory meeting.  The FCCLA t-shirts will be distributed and we will get a group picture. 

HAT DAY- Thursday, Jan. 23 students will be able to pay $1 to wear a hat/cap at school.  Proceeds will go to the Polar Plunge that benefits the Special Olympics team.

There will be an assembly on Thursday at 1:00 in the New Gym. All students will attend.

Sr. High and Middle Level FBLA competitors need to turn in their permission forms for their district conferences to Mrs. Peters as soon as possible. 

Middle Level FBLA testing for competitors will be Tuesday, January 28 at the beginning of 2nd period in the high school library.

Last chance to order a personalized yearbook is Jan. 31. Yearbooks now start at $45. Order forms were sent home this week or you can order online at

Students interested in applying for the "Future Agents in Training" classes, see Mrs. Amber.  The classes will be April 10, 17, and 24th in Fort Smith, AR.  Applications are due Feb 6.  You must be 16 years old to enroll.

Blood Drive will be Wednesday, February 12.  See Mrs. Amber to sign-up.  16 year olds must have a permission slip signed.  Mrs. Amber has the permission slips in her office.

***Juniors:  If you are planning on participating in Prom this year, you must pay your dues by February 28. Only Juniors with at least $40 dues paid will be able to vote for prom themes and participate on committees.

Tuesday, Jan 28, FCCLA will take a group picture during activity period.

A representative from Williams Baptist University will be here on Jan 29 during activity period in the library for seniors and juniors interested in attending that college.

Thursday, Jan 30, Juniors will have a class meeting.

There are 13 students who will be are going to the state Beta convention on Thursday and Friday, January 23 and 24. --Madison Arenaz, Taylor Blackwell, Emberleigh Clenney, Shianne Higdon, Tessa Holcomb, Kassidy Krause, Shawnee Latimer, Taylor Seal, Skylar Stone, Jake Toombs, Lily Wagster, Olivia Woolard, and Rebecca Woolery.

These students will attend the FBLA District Leadership Conference on Thursday, January 23. Please excuse them all day:-- Mycah Blascoe, Natalie Boyd, Reece Dotson, Rosie Garcia, Elise Gossett, Anna Haley, Micha Harrell, Shianne Higdon, Tessa Holcomb, Kassidy Krause, Paylee Myhre, Tyson Peters, Madison Rahn, Brooke Roberts, Taylor Seal, Chandler Smart, Skylar Stone, Carlie Vancil, Jacob Williams, Maggie Williams, Madison Arenaz, Hayden Blue, Trey Cavaness, Matthew Cheshire, Nicky Dalton, Braden Deckard, Austin Fair, Rylea Harmon, Jacob Johnson, Emma Langley, Mary Lucas, Katelyn Robertson, Hunter Smith, Hailey Thompson, Libertei Walker, Olivia Woolard, and Rebecca Woolery.

SPORTS THIS WEEK: Tuesday- 7th/Jr/Sr Boys Basketball vs. Trumann at Home beginning at 5:00, Thursday- 7th/Jr/Sr Girls Basketball vs. Hoxie at Home beginning at 5:00, Friday- 7th/Jr/Sr Boys Basketball at Hoxie, please dismiss at 2:40

Reminder from Mr. Seegraves:  Pajama bottoms, pajama tops, house shoes, and blankets are  NOT permitted per student handbook.

LOST AND FOUND: There are several items that have been turned in to the office.  If you are missing a jacket or other item, please check in the office ASAP.

MICROWAVES IN THE CAFETERIA - Students please wipe out the microwaves in the cafeteria after using.  This is not the cafeteria workers responsibility.  If you use the microwaves, please help us to be able to keep them by doing your part. Thank you.


Join the conversation on issues facing the nation and discover the Great Communicator in you! Registration is now open for the Ronald Reagan Great Communicator Debate Series (GCDS) for high school students. 

Seniors:  The License2Howl scholarship application will be available from Dec 1, 2019 - Feb 1, 2020.  See Mrs. Amber for the link or you can contact Tara Thomason at 870-972-2718, or

“B. Davis Scholarship” - The creators of the “Student Award Search Aid” website are offering a scholarship for 2020.  Please visit our website at to read about us and to apply for our scholarship.  While you’re there, please browse through the rest of the site to learn more about applying for scholarships.  Our website was developed solely for the purpose of helping students locate and apply for scholarships.  We are trying to improve the students’ chances for success.  The site is free and we charge nothing for the information or the application.  The deadline for applications is May 22, 2020 ----Amount of Scholarship:  $1,000  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at

The National School Plant Management Association (NSPMA) seeks to assist qualified students who are continuing their education by offering scholarships to those pursuing an Associates or Bachelor degree. Individual scholarships may range from $500 up to $1,500 depending on the candidate’s interest, evaluation results, and recommendation from the NSPMA Scholarship Committee. Click on link below for application packet for (NSPMA). NSPMA Scholarship 2020  

Seniors:  Williams Baptist University is offering a Williams Works program.  This is a work initiative starting next fall at Williams Baptist University that will cover the cost of education and give you the opportunity to graduate debt free.  The student needs to apply for admissions and the Williams Works program. The minimum ACT is a 19 and they must have their FAFSA complete by January.

 Seniors:  SEMO is hosting  Show Me Days on Feb 17 and March 28.  You can register at

Seniors:  If you are a child, grandchild, or great grandchild of an American Legionnaire.  Stepchildren of living Legionnaires may apply if their parent is currently married to the Legion member.  Children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren of deceased Legionnaires are also eligible.  See Mrs. Amber for an application.  Application and documents must be received by March 13, 2020.


TUESDAY, Jan 21 --Lunch- Turkey Swiss Sandwich (tomato/lettuce - optional), Baked Fries, Orange Wedges, Green Beans, Salad, Pickle--Ala' Carte (High School) Pepp. Pizza, Cheese Pizza, Mini Corn Dogs

WEDNESDAY, Jan 22 -Breakfast-Pancake on a Stick, Assorted Cereal, Assorted Fruit Juice, Blueberries

Lunch-Chicken PO' Boy on a Hoagie Bun (Remoulade Sauce, Tomato, Lettuce -optional), Baked Chips, Diced Pears, Carrot Sticks with Ranch--Ala' Carte (High School) Pepperoni Pizza, Cheese Pizza

THURSDAY, Jan 23 -Breakfast-Chicken Biscuit, Assorted Cereal, Assorted Fruit Juice, Fruit Cocktail

Lunch-Pizza Pasta Bake, Bosco Sticks, Apple Slices, Salad --Ala' Carte (High School) Pepp. Pizza, Cheese Pizza, Cheeseburger

FRIDAY, Jan 24 -Breakfast-Yogurt Parfait with Strawberries, Low Fat Mozzarella String Cheese, Assorted Cereal, Assorted Fruit Juice, Fresh Banana

Lunch-Popcorn Chicken, Baked Fries, Diced Peaches, Blackeyed Peas, Salad - Ala' Carte (High School) Pepp. Pizza, Cheese Pizza, Chicken Fingers

MONDAY, Jan 27 -Breakfast -Apple & Cinnamon Oatmeal, Assorted Cereal, Assorted Fruit Juice, Blueberries

Lunch -Burrito with Enchilada Sauce & Melted Cheese, Baked Chips, Frozen Strawberry Cup, Corn, Salad - Ala' Carte (High School) Pepp. Pizza, Cheese Pizza, Hot Dogs

TUESDAY, Jan 28 - Breakfast -WG Waffles, Low Fat Mozzarella String Cheese, Assorted Cereal, Assorted Fruit Juice, Fresh Banana

Lunch- Mini Corn Dogs, Baked Fries, Fruit Mix, Applesauce, Seasoned Carrots, Salad-Ala' Carte (High School) Pepp. Pizza, Cheese Pizza

WEDNESDAY, Jan 29 -Breakfast -Egg & Cheese Biscuit, Assorted Cereal, Assorted Fruit Juice, Orange Wedges

Lunch- Oven-Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Roll, Gravy, Diced Peaches, Green Peas, Salad- Ala' Carte (High School) Pepp. Pizza, Cheese Pizza, Chicken Sandwich

THURSDAY, Jan 30 - Breakfast-WG French Toast Sticks, Low Fat Mozzarella String Cheese, Assorted Cereal, Assorted Fruit Juice, Gogurt

Lunch-Pepperoni Pizza, Baked Chips, Orange Wedges, Fruit Mix, Broccoli with Ranch, Salad Ala' Carte (High School) Pepp. Pizza, Cheese Pizza, Cheeseburger

FRIDAY, Jan 31- Breakfast -Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Cereal, Assorted Fruit Juice, Fruit Cocktail

Lunch-Fajita Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Beef Flavored Rice, Diced Pears, Corn, Salad-Ala' Carte (High School) Pepp. Pizza, Cheese Pizza, Chicken Fingers