13
May

NFPW Awards

Haas Hall Academy journalism scholars received six national awards in the NFPW’s High School Communications Contest for their work on the Haas Hall Herald. Congratulations to the following scholars: Matias Boeri, first place, Review Eden Stobaugh, third place, News Story Kade Rogerson, third place, Sports Story Kade Rogerson, third place, Columns or Blogs Jaeliana Contreras, honorable mention, Feature Story Ellen

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13
May

Course Preference Selection

Dear scholars: Good news! The course request deadline has been extended to May 20th. If you have questions regarding the process or about your academic plan, please contact your campus Academic Advisor. This is the link for directions on submitting course requests in eSchool: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1MzyM1dhX1jyVI-HphyiAGAJCBoJah5Yxa-3FHXXtq0g/edit?usp=sharing

13
May

Support for One of Our Own

Dear Haas Hall Academy Scholars, Families, and Friends, As Dr. Schoppmeyer announced today, our family “lost an amazing young man who lived his life in an exemplary and incredible manner,” a scholar with a “sharp mind and strong spirit.” Zachary Couture was indeed that–and more. His loss is immeasurable. To help offset his medical expenses, if you can, please consider

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13
May

Celebrating the Life of Scholar Zachary Couture

On May 6th, Haas Hall Academy Bentonville lost a beloved member of their campus. For the past two years, senior scholar Zachary Couture waged a heroic battle against aplastic anemia that few could endure. His fighting spirit is a gift to those of us that were fortunate to know him. Zach was a wonderfully kind and outstanding scholar in the

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12
May

Scheduling: Current 7th Grade Scholars

Attention CURRENT 7th Grade Scholars: It is time to select your preferred courses for your 8th grade year. I’ve indicated below the courses you are required to take. 8 Lang & Comp 8 Lit & Comp Coding for 8th 8 Science (or Integrated Physical Science – math course dependent) Math Course (*determined by teacher recommendation) 8 Social Studies (9 weeks)

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12
May

Course Preference Selection

Scholars CURRENTLY ENROLLED in Grades 8 – 11: It is now time to select your course preferences for the 2020-2021 academic school year! To do so, please utilize your academic planning documents from this year (or prior years) to ensure you are taking the courses you need. If you did not meet with Dr. Binns to discuss your courses and/or

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12
May

COURSE NAME UPDATE

Attention Scholars: Please note the following name changes for classes you may be signing up for: Oral Communication is now listed as Professional Communication in eSchool due to a change in the State course catalog. American History (non-AP) is now listed as U.S. History Since 1890 (under the Social Studies tab in eSchool) World History (non-AP) is now listed as World

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12
May

Lukas Jordon *Senior Athlete Spotlight*

Lukas Jordon has been a 3 year Track athlete specializing in sprints, hurdles, and jumps. He was an all-round team participant that would always help with the team score! Lukas will continue his academic pursuits at the University of Arkansas. Lukas- thank you for always helping your team and best wishes on your future success.

12
May

Connor Clinton *Senior Athlete Spotlight*

Connor Clinton will be attending the University of Arkansas this upcoming year. While at Haas Hall Academy he was part of the Boys Basketball Team. His favorite basketball highlight was his contribution to the team score in this year’s Homecoming game. This year Connor also served as Beta Club Secretary. We wish you the best of luck on your future

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11
May

Volunteers Needed!

Volunteers are needed to assist with the Fayetteville National Cemetery’s Roll of Honors May 22-24th. Volunteers will read in pairs for a minimum of 20 minutes, but they can read longer if they want to. The reading of the 11,000 names laid to rest will take approximately 30 hours over the 3-day period. The Roll of Honors occurs once every

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