Students in Mrs. Peeples’ and Ms. Ford’s Science classes at Smackover Elementary built models of wheels and axles after learning about the six simple types of machines.
Norphlet Middle School continued its celebration of Freedom Week on Tuesday with Constitution Day! The day was set aside to honor the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights, with students asked to wear white to honor America and the success and longevity of our great U.S. Constitution.
Please note the date change for Norphlet Middle School Picture Day, which is now next Friday, October 7.
Norphlet Middle students learned about Veterans Day as part of Freedom Week on Wednesday. Students were given an opportunity to thank and remember our veterans by writing letters to express their gratitude. Students also participated in the day by wearing blue.
Smackover High School’s Ag Metals class exhibited a stool and tailgate grill at the Southwest Arkansas District Fair Ag Mechanics Show and came home with a division champion award! The team also won first place ribbons for each project in the competition. Great job Bucks!
Norphlet Middle School students led the “See You At The Pole” event held Wednesday morning around the flag pole. Students participated voluntarily in a time of prayer and enjoyed doughnuts and chocolate milk. Many thanks to all who organized and participated in this important annual event.
Join us with a Buckaroo Shoutout to Smackover Elementary first-grader Jessie Dews, who was Grand Champion Peewee Poultry Showmanship at the Union County Fair! Congratulations Jessie! We are #BuckProud of you!
Smackover High School Freshmen parents will meet on Monday, October 3 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will take place at the Smackover Park. All freshman parents are encouraged to attend. See you there!
Last week’s Library Award at Smackover Elementary goes to…Mrs. Richmond’s first-grade class!