Only two more days to buy Valentine’s Crush Grams! You can buy them in the mornings at the front and they are $1! They will be passed out on Thursday during 3rd block.
AP Research Participants needed : If you’d like ACT test taking experience AND extra credit in 9th grade English, this is the opportunity for you. I am looking for at least 40 individuals to complete an ACT reading section while listening to music. You will need to be free for four short sessions after school, but don’t worry, they won’t
Carnations will be sold every morning this week for $2 each and passed out on Thursday, February 13th. They’re the perfect gift for yourself, your valentine, your friends, and even your teachers!!
Sign Language Club is selling sweatshirts! One sweatshirt costs $22. See Mrs. Hardy, Leslie Williams, or Savana Butterfield for an order form! Turn your completed forms into Mrs. Hardy by March 13th!
Both boys and girls teams won Friday night against Ozark Catholic. Kate Terminella lead the girls team with 20 points in their 37-7 victory. The boys opened with a score of 21-4 in the first quarter and coasted to a 54-34 victory. Jackson Wisdom and Parker Owen combined for 37 points. Both teams face Eureka Springs on Tuesday at the
11th grade scholars are needed for participation in an AP Research study. Participation requires completing an online survey regarding anxiety and its relationship to the academic environment. If interested in participating, please contact Lily Casteel (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Kansas City Art Institute (KCAI) offers a variety of summer camp opportunities for scholars interested in the arts. Application deadlines and fees vary. Additional information regarding all camps offered by KCAI can be found at: http://info.kcai.edu/continuing-education/course-listings/classes-medium/summer-camp
The Saint Louis University Engineering Summer Academy is a six-day, five-night residential camp where rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors can learn about the varying fields and career paths in engineering. Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology faculty and student mentors guide academy participants through hands-on activities in aerospace and mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering, computer and electrical engineering,
The Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design will be hosting several Design Camp sessions this summer. Design Camp offers the chance to learn about the design professions through hands-on projects, tours, presentations and discussions led by architecture, landscape architecture and interior design faculty of the Fay Jones School. Students have the opportunity to work closely with faculty and collaborate
This opportunity is open to scholars grades 8-11 who are interested in Engineering. The objective of the Engineering Scholars Program is to increase the number of students entering engineering programs in Arkansas through exposure to hands-on engineering projects, plant trips, and interaction with industry engineers. In addition, the one-week residential summer program includes counseling and advising sessions to assist students