Senior day for baseball players was Monday night. Senior baseball players and their parents were recognized during the game.
Congratulations to the SHS quiz bowl team for their win at the Camden Rotary Quiz Bowl Tournament Thursday night at SAU Tech!
Students split into two groups for the tournament. The big winners were the Smackover Team 2 Caleb Huckabee, Joel Brewer, Aubrey Hargett, and Blakely Lewis. The Smackover Team 1 included Ty McCurry, Isaac Woolen, Kayleigh Yeager and Taylor Harris.
Students played against other area high schools as well as Camden businesses. Team 2 members played against members of Farmers’ Bank in the final round to win the tournament.
Smackover Team 2 won $500 for winning the high school division and $1,000 for winning the entire tournament.
The offices of the Smackover Family Practice Clinic will not be providing free sports physicals this year. This has been a great service that their office has provided for many years, but due to so many healthcare and reimbursement changes, they will no longer be able to provide these services.
We can still provide physicals at the School Based Health Center (SBHC) but here are the requirements:
- The athlete must be a patient of one of the physicians at the Smackover Family Practice Clinic.
- If the athlete is not a patient, he/she can pay $65 on the day of their physical.
- If the athlete is not a patient of the Smackover Family Practice Clinic, but he/she has private insurance, they will not need to pay the cash amount but will need to bring their insurance information and sign up with the SBHC.
If you have any questions or would like to make an appointment, please call the SBHC at (870) 725-1207.
Thank you for your cooperation!
The Norphlet Buy One Get One Free Book Fair is going on this week through Friday! Come join the fun at Norphlet Middle School Library! There are lots of great books for summer reading!
Students in Ms. Jessica’s class are learning about recycling and reusing objects that are normally thrown away. Students made binoculars, robots and canon ball launchers out of card board boxes, toilet paper rolls and milk cartons.