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21
Jan

Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program

PLEASE ATTEND A LUNCHTIME MEETING THIS THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, IN NURSE SHELLY’S ROOM (ROOM 126) IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE GIRLS WHO CODE FREE SUMMER IMMERSION PROGRAM! Important information: -The program runs from June 8 – July 24, 2020 at the David Glass Technology Center located at 805 Moberly Lane in Bentonville -Teaches 9th–11th grade students (rising sophomores, juniors

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7
Jan

Which Wich Providing Lunches for Second Semester!

The following six options may be ordered as a 7 inch sub sandwich or as a salad. All lunches are $6.00. 1) Club – Sliced ham, sliced turkey, and bacon 2) Chicken Pesto – Chicken breast and pesto 3) Vegetarian – Fresh avocado 4) Pepperoni Pizzawich – Pepperoni, mozzarella, and marinara sauce 5) Ham – Thinly sliced ham 6) Roast

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6
Nov

Culture Club Guest Speaker – Everyone Welcome!

Culture Club is excited to welcome Beatriz Segura as a featured guest speaker on Thursday, November 7th. Ms. Segura will be speaking about her experiences in Mexico at 2:30 PM in Ms. Rubio’s classroom (room 122). Mexican food snacks will be provided and everyone is welcome to attend. Culture Club is alive and well at HHA Bentonville and we look

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31
Oct

Odyssey of the Mind team meeting on Monday, November 4th!

Scholars in grades 7 and 8 are invited to attend an informational meeting of Odyssey of the Mind on Monday, November 4th from 2:45 – 3:15 PM in Dr. Sayler’s room (room 123). For additional information please contact Carol Martin-Longwell at calongwell@gmail.com.

30
Oct

Scratch Club

Scholars that are interested in a fun way to become familiar with coding are invited to learn Scratch. Scratch is a block-based visual programming language and online community targeted primarily at children. Users of the site can create online projects using a block-like interface. The service is developed by the MIT Media Lab, has been translated into 70+ languages, and

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28
Oct

Reminder: Scholars on Campus After the School Day

Scholars, please remember that unless you are staying after school for academic support or to participate in an extracurricular activity, the school day ends at 2:30 PM. The noise created inside the building by large numbers of scholars waiting to be retrieved from school is disruptive to the teachers and tutors working inside the classrooms. Scholars that are waiting for

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28
Oct

Congratulations Husky Tennis Team!

The Haas Hall Bentonville Husky Tennis Team had a busy October! The grueling, hot practices throughout the year paid dividends at the 2A Conference matches for tennis in Fort Smith. The boys team claimed all of the top spots to advance to the State competition in Jonesboro. Members of the girls team also posted great results and traveled to State

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22
Oct

Interested in an Odyssey of the Mind team?

Are you interested in solving problems in a creative way? Haas Hall Bentonville is considering starting an Odyssey of the Mind team. Odyssey of the Mind is an international educational program that provides creative problem solving opportunities for students from kindergarten through college. Team members apply their creativity to solve problems that range from building mechanical devices to presenting their

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22
Oct

Interact Club Selling Tickets to Autumn’s Reride Youth Ranch Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction

Autumn’s Reride Youth Ranch located in Bentonville pairs special needs and at-risk children with rescued animals in order to help these children smile, laugh, or overcome anxiety and depression. The funding to operate the ranch and care for the horses and other animals requires support and donations from the local community. In celebration of their 10th anniversary, Autumn’s Reride Youth

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15
Oct

Scholar Council Election Wrap-Up

The recent Scholar Council campaigns and elections were excellent. All of our candidates ran terrific campaigns and the elections were often decided by narrow margins. If you were not elected, this does not mean that you cannot contribute. Please consider working with Scholar Council by serving on a variety of working committees as they are announced throughout the year. The

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