Month: February 2018

Concurrent Credit Information for High School Parents

The Smackover-Norphlet School District is pleased to pleased to present opportunities for students to obtain concurrent credit while still enrolled in high school.

Students have the following concurrent credit options available to them at Smackover High School:

  • Certificate in General Studies from SouthARK Community College
  • Students may also elect to take one or more concurrent courses without committing to obtain a Technical Certificate or a Certificate of Proficiency.

Students and parents of 8th through 11th graders are encouraged to watch this 12 minute video together.  If you have any questions regarding these opportunities, please contact Smackover High School Counselor Cheryl Corley at (870) 725-1226.

Information regarding summer options is included in the video as well.

A transcript of the video is provided below the video.

Click on the picture to access the video below.

Transcript_Parent_Video_2018

Skeleton Hands!

Mrs. Wills’ kindergarten students at Norphlet Elementary School have been learning about the structure and function of bones.  As part of their unit, they made skeleton hands so they could learn about all of the bones in their hands.  (Hint:  There is more than 1 bone in each finger!

Upcoming Dates

Please mark the following dates on your calendars:

  • Monday, February 19 – President’s Day Holiday (NO SCHOOL)
  • Monday, February 26 – Board Meeting (5:30 pm)
  • March 19 – March 23 – Spring Break (NO SCHOOL)
  • Monday, April 30 – NO SCHOOL
  • Friday, May 25 – Last Day of School

Beginning in March, regularly scheduled board meetings will be held on the second Tuesday of every month at 5:30 pm in the board room at central office.

FFA Visits Preschool

Last week, Smackover High School FFA members went to Smackover Preschool and visited with three of their classrooms. They helped lead the Pledge of Allegiance, read books during story time, and interacted with each of the preschoolers while at learning center stations.