Fifth grade students in Mrs. Stringer’s Social Studies/English classes participated in the Native American Totem Pole Project.
Please note the following corrections to the basketball schedule:
- The Junior Girls basketball team will play this Thursday against Strong.
- The Junior Boys basketball team will not play this Thursday against Strong.
Norphlet Middle School students honored veterans with an assembly planned by Mr. Green’s 8th grade PreAP students, the NMS band, and the NMS choir. Following the program, a reception was held in the library for veterans.
Attention Smackover High School students and parents:
If you buy your yearbook ONLINE between November 18th and December 6th, you can get 20 Free Personalized Christmas Cards.
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Mrs. Stringer’s fifth grade students made lapbooks as a project in their Social Studies/English classes.
Mrs. Jameson’s kindergarten class at Smackover Elementary School used Goldie Blox as part of the PLTW Science Unit.
Smackover Preschool and Norphlet Middle School are conducting a practice emergency drill at 9 am today (November 14).
The Smackover-Norphlet School District welcomed Senator Trent Garner as the speaker prior to the Grand Finale at the 5th Annual Family STEM Night.
The scholarship is entitled the Arkansas Futures Program.
What is the AR Futures Program?
Arkansas Future (ArFuture), is the newest state grant program. The purpose of this grant is to increase the education and skills of Arkansas’s workforce in an affordable manner. The grant applies to students enrolled in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) or regional high demand areas of study. The grant will cover tuition and fees for qualifying certificate and Associate degree programs at Arkansas’ public institutions for eligible students. The grant is available on a first come, first serve basis.
What programs of study will this scholarship cover?
There are a wide variety of programs covered by this scholarship locally at SouthARK Community College and SAU Tech. Typically a certificate of proficiency takes one semester to complete. A technical certification usually is a two-semester program. An associate’s degree can often be completed in two years.
For more information about the Arkansas Futures Program, click here.