Smackover Elementary School kindergarteners went to the Smackover Fire Station for a field trip on Friday, October 10, 2014. The students learned about fire safety, sprayed fire hoses, and sat inside the cab of one of the fire trucks.
There will be a parent meeting for students interested in participating in archery on Monday, October 13, 2014.
The meeting will be at 6 pm at the old Norphlet gym.
The following events are occurring within our community for our high school students:
- First Baptist Church of Norphlet will be hosting a 5th quarter Friday night after the football game.
- Smackover First United Methodist Church will have a live concert in the parking lot of the church at 7 pm on Saturday night.
- The Buckstars Bistro is open Thursday afternoons from 3:30 pm – 5 pm.
- Smackover First United Methodist Church will host breakfast on Fridays at 7:10 am.
There will be a Flu Shot Clinic for Smackover Elementary and Smackover High School students and employees on Monday, October 13, 2014.
The deadline for submitting the paperwork to receive a flu shot is Thursday, October 9, 2014. Click on the link below to access the paperwork. There are a total of three pages which must be signed and returned.
Fields of Faith will be Wednesday, October 8th at 7 pm at Memorial Stadium in El Dorado.
Fields of Faith is an annual event sponsored by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) to bring students from all area schools together for one night. Smackover will have a huge part in the program and we want as many of our students there as possible.
If you have any questions, see Coach Preston or any member of FCA.
Future Buckaroo Cheerleader Mini Camp is coming soon! The deadline to sign up is October 10th.
Practice dates will be October 20, October 22, and October 23.
The cost for the camp is $20 which includes a t-shirt.
Registrations forms have been sent home. Additional forms are available at the Smackover Elementary School office.
Mrs. Laura Greer’s English classes completed a Pre-reading activity to the Lord of the Flies. Under the premise that they had become stranded on a desert island, students had to create a map of the island, laws, and other ways of governing and taking care of themselves.
Mrs. Greer teaches at Norphlet High School.