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FFA Members, Teams Receive Recognition in Agriscience Fair

(August, 8, 2018/National FFA Organization) – More than 20 agricultural teachers, state leaders and college professors from throughout the U.S. recently met in Indianapolis to judge state Agriscience Fair winners on a national level.

Five students from the Smackover FFA chapter in Smackover, AR, have received bronze awards in the national agriscience fair competition.

Division one:

  • Rikki Holloway – Animal Systems

Division two:

  • Sawyer Cropper and Will Wilcox – Plant Systems
  • Sydney Zeek and Alex Demorrow – Food Products and Processing Systems

First-place winners in each state have qualified for the national pre-qualifying judging. The panel of judges reviewed entries and selected a maximum of 12 in each category and division to move on to the national competition.

The National FFA Agriscience Fair is a key competition that is part of the annual national convention and expo. To qualify, members working as individuals or teams in grades seven through 12 are required to conduct a scientific research project pertaining to the agriculture or food science industries and win their state’s FFA agriscience fair.

Individuals or teams compete in one of six categories – animal systems; environmental services/natural resources systems; food products and processing systems; plant systems; power, structural and technical systems; or social science – in six divisions – individuals in grades 7-8, teams grad 7-8, individuals grades 9,10 and teams grades 9-10, individuals in grades 11-12 and teams grades 11-12.

The 2018 National FFA Agriscience is sponsored by Cargill, Chevrolet, John Deere and Syngenta.

The National FFA Organization provides leadership, personal growth and career success training through agricultural education to 653,359 student members who belong to one of 8,568 local FFA chapters throughout the U.S., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The organization is also supported by 344,239 alumni members in 2,051 alumni chapters throughout the U.S.

 

New Elementary Teachers Prepare to Teach Science

Mrs. Kymberly Hunter and Miss Madleyn Schardein participated in training this summer to learn how to use Project Lead the Way’s STEM curriculum.

Mrs. Hunter will be teaching first grade at Smackover Elementary School.  Miss Schardein (who is getting married on Saturday and will become Mrs. Freer) will be teaching kindergarten at Norphlet Elementary School.

Welcome to our school district!

SHS Spring Honor Roll and Merit List

Mrs. Jan Henderson, Smackover High School Principal, has announced the 2018 spring honor roll (all A’s) and merit list (all A/B’s).

12th Grade

  • Honor Roll – Brayden Belt, Alison Billings, Kathryn Butler, Precious Dorman, Cauy Easley, Kaitlyn Goodwin, Aubrey Hargett, John Knight, Sara Livingston, Jacob Muckelrath, Megan Osborn, George Williams
  • Merit List – Stormy Anders, Colt Aycock, Joseph Barron, Courtny Bridges, Priscila Espinosa, Alexis Gilbert, Haleigh Gottberg, Kenneth Henry, Beatriz Mendoza, Alex Parker, Austin Pottorff, Cade Schibler, Ken Sims, Gabriella Slater, Price Woollen.

11th Grade

  • Honor Roll – Kelsey Allen, Alex Burris, Robert Dixon, Jasmine Ervin, Blakely Lewis, Megan Mullin, Jei Parlor, Jordan Price, Lillian Reyes, Mary-Claire Wilcox, Kayleigh Yeager
  • Merit List – Kaitlyn Arrington, Laig’le Bates, Laynie Clark, Abigail Crawford, Haley Davis, Brook Dees, Jaylan Dickerson, Miranda Easley, Sabrina Estridge, Jasmin Fejeran, Hannah Freeman, Max Gathright, Taylor Harris, Catherine Hodges, Dakota Hutchinson, Camree Jones, Kalin Key, David Martin, Samuel Massey, Ty McCurry, Jillian McKnight, William Mitchell, Colby Pearson, Gracie Ragan, Clarissa Sperka, Hannah Squyres, Chloe Stafford, Anastasia Tharrett, Heather Treese, Synard Williams, Isaac Woollen.

10th Grade

  • Honor Roll – Nichole Davis, Braden Doherty, Olivia Edney, Rett Gatewood, Caleb Huckabee, Vanessa Lofton, William Newton, Trevor Pyron, Micah Smith, Chloe Stevens
  • Merit List – Harley Ainsworth, Trenton Bailey, Joel Brewer, Kennedy Briggs, Dennis Caldwell, Karli Goocher, Michael Harris, Lainey Holland, Lexie Lawrence, Katlyn Lios, Haley Ruddell, Jillian Russell, Alex Savage, Christian Todd, Tyler Wade, Ethan Warren.

9h Grade

  • Honor Roll – Kaylee Armstrong, Wesley Calloway, Carigan Crotty, Rylee Darden, Jacob Eubanks, Alec Gatewood, Paige Goodwin, Drew Haynes, Melanie McNeely, Preston Oliver, Tiyas Rester, Bailey Rivers, Anniston Ross, Courtney Smith, Victoria Smith, Caleb Watson
  • Merit List – Abby Beavers, Alison Beavers, Gracyn Belin, Alex Carrillo, Erin Crecelius, Trey Darden, David Davis, Cade Davis, Kenadee Eisler, Ellen Galvan, Austin Goodwin, Clayton Henderson, Madison Ingle, Laci Jackson, Kendall Key, Javion Lee, Stormy Lewis, McKenzie Loschieder, Breylon Love, Johnny Mitchell, Kenzie Mixon, Gracie Muckelrath, Ja’miya Murphy, Ja’niya Murphy, Hannah Parker, Brooke Patton, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Ronnie Tucker, Noah Wallingsford, Karli Willett.

SHS Supply List

School Supply List

Smackover High School

2018-2019

Algebra II, Bridge to Algebra II, PreCalculus, Statistics

  • Loose leaf notebook paper
  • Calculator (can be rented from the school
  • Graph paper

Geometry

  • Loose leaf notebook paper
  • Binder
  • Calculator (Small scientific calculator – TI30x is a good one less than $10)
  • Graph paper
  • Highlighters

Spanish

  • Two composition notebooks
  • Folder with brads
  • Highlighters

English 12

  • Binder
  • Loose leaf paper
  • Pencils or pens
  • 1 subject notebook
  • 1 package of 3/5 lined notecards

Journalism I

  • Notebook or binder (can share with another class)
  • Pencils or pens

Journalism II

  • Calendar/planner

Mrs. Richardson’s Classes

  • 3-ring binder with loose leaf paper (any size will work)
  • 3 dividers for sectioning off notebook
  • Pencil or pens (pens must be blue or black ink)