Month: November 2019

5th Annual Family STEM Night – Sneak Peak #6

The 5th Annual Family STEM Night will be on Tuesday, November 12, from 5:45 – 8 pm at Norphlet Middle School.  The event is open to all Kindergarten through 12th grade students, parents, faculty/staff, and community members.

Sneak Peak #6

It wouldn’t be Family STEM Night without the fabulous door prizes donated by our industry and post-secondary partners!

Are you curious about what will be given away this year?

  • 11 Chrome Books
  • 1 iPad Mini
  • $100 gift card
  • 4 Gift Certificates to eat at Cafe 870 at the Medical Center of South Arkansas

More door prizes are being added daily!


How to Win a Door Prize

  1. Choose a cool STEM activity to do!
  2. Receive a ticket when you complete the STEM activity.
  3. Put your name and phone number on the ticket and return it to the ticket table in the middle of the NMS hallway or in the foyer of the NMS gymnasium.
  4. Join us at 7:30 pm in the new NMS gymnasium for a laser light show presented by Lockheed Martin followed by the drawing for door prizes.

You must be present at the drawing to win.  Only one door prize per person.  Door prizes are for K-12 students only.


Smackover 4-H Meeting

There will be a Smackover 4-H meeting on Tuesday, November 5 at 3:45 pm in Hobgood Auditorium.

The program will be presented by UCAPS. They will talk about how we can help them without spending any money.

Please bring old news papers and old t-shirts that you could donate to the animals. We will be making dog toys out of the old t-shirts.

Hope to see you there!

SES 1st Nine Weeks Honor Roll

Congratulations to the following Smackover Elementary School students for their outstanding academic achievement in the first nine weeks.

All A’s Honor Roll

  • First Grade – Damien Abeyta, Gracie Belt, Mac Bruton, Slayton Cropper, Abdiel Hernandez, Avery Kate James, Madison Lucas, Gemma Maroney, Zoe McIntosh, Jezael Millan, Finleigh Moffett, Dylan Porter, Hadlee Richard, Dylan Thomas, Landyn Tipton Maddox Ballard, Gabriel Buzbee, Taylor Carter, Dexter Gaines, Morgan Hansen, Ava Henley, Geneva Hensley, Brissa Hernandez, Jensen Hildebrand, Hunter Manning, Beau Miller, Addison Smith, Jace Blackledge, Noah Dalton, Connor Harris, Mallorie Hill, Harmoney Hoosier, Dreydan Kid, Brantley Langley, Skye Miller, Isabella Patton, Gavin Raley, Serenity Sweaza, Carson Tregre, and Starr Wilson
  • Second Grade – Allie Jackson, Aden Phillips, Cierra Philyaw, McKynlie Raley, Jacob Reeder, Alyson Stanley, Brylee Black, Olivia Burdue, Aidynn Calloway, Ciera Hodges, Madelyn Johnson, Liza Knox, Brooklyn Landry, Alysson Diaz, Kaylen Hall, Ashlyn Harris, Justus Hicks, Aubree Taylor, Makenna Thurlkill, Chance Abeyta, Izzy Boothe, Tylor Hodges, Adalyn Hubbard, Cooper McGaugh, and Kilayah Smith
  • Third Grade – Alley Ainsworth, Abigail Burdue, Lunden Clark, Rachel Davis, Derrick Goodwin, Madelyn Massey, Ana Miller, Kimberly Parker, Walker Slater, Braden Alexander, Serenity Bridges, Kate Lee, Christopher Magee, Sofie Pearson, Dax Preston, Kannyn Preston, Katherine Wolfe, Riley Born, JD Brant, Laurel Green, Brayden Huckabee, Thomas Spall, Tiara Stevens, Casynn Dews, Axell Diaz, Adelei Dunn, Abigail Lucas, Ashton Schibler, and Lydia Tipton
  • Fourth Grade – Taylor Gray, Britain Sanchez, Kate Ward, Ella Black, Keldan Capuria,Lillian Fogle, Emerson Neal, Drake Rester, Emily Langley, Marley Smith, August Tolin, and Jaci Webb

A/B Merit List

  • First Grade – Devon Brown, Jaxon Jones, Kaleb Carter, Abigail Newman, Niklaus Parslow, Makenzie Stevens, Dani Benson, Emmalei Bullock, Landon Crockett, Miguel Cruz, Jordan Curtis, Devin Demorrow, Sophie Hudson, Aden Irons, Naomi Martin, Jay Renfro, Harley Ridell, Zoe Smith, Jaslyn Davis, Peyton Davis, Jaxson Holmes, and VeLyzza Roberson
  • Second Grade – Addison Curtis, Piper Hansen, Cameron McGhee, Erielle Rucks, James Tregre, Lily Goodwin, Nicole High, Kaden Howard, Rebecca Smith, Tyson Trosclair, William Tuberville, Aspen Welch, Emmitt Anderson, Heaven Banks, Lila Haas, Reid Mathews, Kayden Roberson, Gunner Taylor, Brody Baughn, Ralin Burdine, Shiloh Cearley, Sophia Lupton, Landen Redick, Leigha Thornton, and Brittlynn Tillman
  • Third Grade – Sawyer Carter, Anniyah Freeman, Justyce Howard, Analia Ramirez, Brantley Smith, Paul Thomas, Klare Yarbrough, Dylan Collins, Jay Fitzgerald, Brody Hays, Beau Hopkins-Trabbic, Alyssa McVay, Alaysha Smith, Kinsley Webb, Maria Algady, Annsley Baker, Tyler Barker, Isabella Daniell, Landon Griffith, Layton Moore, Sara Jane Renfro, Dalton Renfroe, Maysa Saleh, Christopher Scioneaux, Maddox Surbrook, Brandon Thomas, Kyleigh Wisinger, Loralie Atkinson, Taylor Scott, Brayden Smith, Eva Ward, and Landon Waxley
  • Fourth Grade – Skylyn Abeyta, Zy’Laiah Bell, Makayla Blackledge, Timothy Buzbee, Saylor Greer, Trevor Jackson, Esmeralda Mendoza, Kaleb Noble, Joseph Stevens, Aa’Myah Wilson, Avery Allen, Stewart Bates, Romahd Boone, Lane Falcon, Chloe Goocher, Mason Loschieder, Kyndal McDonald, Christopher Millan, Evin Morgan, Lukas Pullig, Tymathea Venable, Blayne Wreyford, Jewel Arnold, Landon Drummond, Kaylee Green, Thomas Perry, Brennan Poindexter, Slade Arnold, Jackson Cearley, Timothy Crawford, McKinley Eisler, Delilah Hansen, Aubrey Hendricks, Dylan Holloway, Vance Martin, Trason Parlor, Jesse Saulsbury, Michael Simpson, Claira Spall, Jet Tolin, and Travis Tuberville

5th Annual Family STEM Night – Sneak Peak #5

The 5th Annual Family STEM Night will be on Tuesday, November 12, from 5:45 – 8 pm at Norphlet Middle School.  The event is open to all Kindergarten through 12th grade students, parents, faculty/staff, and community members.

Sneak Peak #5

The Grand Finale for the 5th Annual Family STEM Night will be held in the Norphlet Middle School New Gymnasium beginning at 7:30 pm.

  • Senator Trent Garner will make a brief presentation encouraging students to explore STEM careers available in South Arkansas.
  • Lockheed Martin will present another fabulous closing laser light show!
  • We will close out the evening by drawing for fabulous door prizes!

Come one!  Come all to the most exciting STEM event in South Arkansas!

Cross Country Team Excels

The Junior Cross Country Team competed at Hermitage last week.
  • The Junior Girls won the meet.
  • The Junior Boys came in 2nd.
  • 4 girls and 2 boys finish in the top 10.
Our girls team is made up of seven 7th graders, three 8th graders, and no 9th graders. The boys are made up of nine 7th graders, one 8th grader, and no 9th graders.
In addition, people from Hermitage reported that they were watching our teams throughout the day and were so impressed with our sportsmanship and the way the kids conducted themselves.
Way to go, Buckaroos!