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High School Academic Awards Ceremony

Thank you to all the faculty members and the Calico Rock Community for your help on supporting our kids during the COVID-19 pandemic.  This is one of those times when the phrase "it takes a village" holds true.  We have created the following link for you to watch the awards ceremony if you are not a Facebook person.  We truly appreciate you and our students.

Calico Rock High School Academic Awards 2020


High School Athletic Ceremony

Thank you to our athletes and we appreciate you.  We have also published the ceremony on Facebook.  Here is the link to our athletic awards ceremony if you do not have Facebook.

Calico Rock High School Athletic Awards 2020


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Memorial Day (Friday and Monday)

Friday May 22nd and Monday May 25th there will be no meal deliveries and the school offices will be closed for the holiday.  We hope everyone enjoys their start to the summer!

 


Applications for Jr and Sr Girls Basketball Coach being accepted

Calico Rock High School is taking applications for a Junior high and Senior High Girls Basketball Coach.  The preferred applicant will also have a Social Studies Certification grades 7-12, but not required.  Please contact Jerry Skidmore, Supt., at 870-297-8339 or Anita Nordrum, High School Principal, at 870-297-3745 or 291-0063. Resumes may be emailed to anordrum@calico.k12.ar.us or mailed to P.O. Box 220, Calico Rock, AR 72519.


Student of the Week!

Cassidy Mendez- 10th grade

 
Congratulations Cassidy on being awarded Student of the Week! Not only is Cassidy a remarkable student, but she has been elected as a District Officer for FCCLA. She has been very organized and diligent in her work, and she has displayed remarkable leadership for our club this school year. Cassidy's pleasant disposition and confidence will help her accomplish any goal. I am so proud of you!
 
Chosen by: Mrs. Woods

Academic and Athletic Awards Presentations this Wednesday

May 17 : Last Day to turn in AMI work.  Please make sure all packets and or online work is turned in no later than May 17.  All BOOKS and DEVICES must be turned in by May 20.  School offices are open until 3:00 p.m. each day.  If you haven't turned in your work or device they are overdue.

 

May 20:  10:00 a.m.  We will be hosting a Facebook Live Academic Awards Assembly to honor our students who have excelled in their academics.  Completers of our Career and Technical Programs will be announced on that day also.

 

May 20:  1:00 p.m.   We will be hosting a Facebook Live Athletic Awards Assembly to honor our athletes this year.  Mr. and Miss Pirate will be announced at that time.  

Recipients of the Harold Ray Jeffrey Scholarship and Mr. and Miss CRHS will announced at graduation this year so they will be awarded in person.

Videos of both assemblies will be put on our website as soon as possible.  


Graduation date has been set!!!!! Save the date!

The Class of 2020 of Calico Rock High School will be have commencement ceremonies on July 10.  Please mark your calendars and come and celebrate with this class.



Kindergarten Graduation

 

We would like to give a big congratulations to our kindergarten class.  Please see the attached link to watch the graduation ceremony.  The Calico Rock School District does not own the music used in the following video.

Calico Rock Kindergarten Graduation 2020

 

 


Elementary Awards Ceremony

The Calico Rock School District would like to say congratulations to all of our students in K-6 who worked so hard this year and also a big thank you to the family members who helped with our students education.  Your hard work is appreciated.  Please see the following link for the Awards Ceremony.

Calico Rock Elementary Awards Ceremony 2020


Sixth Grade Graduation

Way to go Sixth Grade!  We are so proud of you!  Please see the following link for the graduation ceremony.

Calico Rock Sixth Grade Graduation 2020


Little Pirates Preschool Graduation

Please see the attached link to watch our Little Pirates Preschool Graduation.  We are so happy you will be coming to kindergarten next year!

Little Pirates Preschool Graduation 2020


Upcoming dates to remember!

May 17 : Last Day to turn in AMI work.  Please make sure all packets and or online work is turned in no later than May 17.  All BOOKS and DEVICES must be turned in by May 20.  School offices are open until 3:00 p.m. each day.

 

May 20:  10:00 a.m.  We will be hosting a Facebook Live Academic Awards Assembly to honor our students who have excelled in their academics.  Completers of our Career and Technical Programs will be announced on that day also.

 

May 20:  1:00 p.m.   We will be hosting a Facebook Live Athletic Awards Assembly to honor our athletes this year.  Mr. and Miss Pirate will be announced at that time.  

Videos of both assemblies will be put on our website as soon as possible.  


Student of the Week!

Student of the Week!

Dylan Clark- 11th grade

 
Dylan is always energetic and willing to work.  He has a great personality, always has a smile on his face and gets along great with other students. 
 
Chosen by: Coach Whiteaker

High School Assignments May 11-15
May 11-May 15 Assignments
Find your teacher's name and read your assignment for the upcoming week.  Turn in all packets and assigned work no later than May 15.  The office is open from 8:00 to 3:00 daily or there is a drop box at the front door for after hours.  
 
IVY
Read two articles about the current pandemic from two different sources.
Discuss why two articles about the same topic may differ from one another.
 
Hiers
Read the "Nutritional Facts" found on a package of store bought snacks.
How many servings does it contain?
What does one serving consist of?
How many calories are in each serving?
How much sodium is in each serving?
How many servings do you usually eat at one time?
Based on the nutritional facts and your answers, should you consume less or more of this snack at any one time?
 
Brannon
Research and compile the data stating where Arkansas is ranked based on number tested for Covid-19, positive cases, and deaths to other states in the US.
Create a bar graph comparing the states information.
 
Newcomb
Compare the Covid-19 data of Arkansas to that of the United States.
 
 
Skidmore
Read an article about COVID 19, then find info on the Spanish flu of the early 1900's and compare the two in a brief summarization.
 
 
McDonald
Find an Article from a News source on Current event in the State or nation.1.) Write a paragraph summary of the article. 2. Write a paragraph opinion about the article you summarized.
 
 
Vredenburg
Read an article about how the pandemic has affected different schools in the U.S. and compare it to our school.
 
 
Hodges
Choose three root words from the list below and write down how you heard or read them used during the week.
 
AUD, AUS (hear, listen) -- example: audio
CHRON (time) -- example: chronlogical
CRED (believe) -- example: accreditation
DUC, DUCT (lead) -- example: instroduction
GRAPH (write) -- example: cryptograph
MAN (hand) -- example: manuel
 

Arkansas Governor's Distinguished Scholarship Recipient

The Arkansas Governor's Distinguished Scholarship is awarded annually to the top students in the state. Criteria for the scholarship are: 32 or higher on the ACT and a gpa of at least 3.5.  This is a $10,000 renewable scholarship for up to 4 years totaling $40,000.  We are pleased to recognize Calico Rock senior Emma Mitchell who was recently awarded this scholarship! Emma scored a 33 on the ACT and will graduate as Valedictorian of the 2020 class with a gpa of 4.225 while completing 27 college hours.  Congratulations, Emma! We are proud of you! Go Pirates! 


Library books are due!

Student of the Week!

Student of the Week!

Barrett Fountain- 9th grade
 
I have had Barrett in class since seventh grade, and he has always been quiet until this year. I am glad he has finally broken out of his shell so I could know more about his personality. He is now one of the first ones in class on Fridays to ask me if they can have free time, the last ten minutes. He has a very polite manner and is also diligent about completing his work. I am pleased to have him in class.
 
Chosen by: Mrs. Vredenburg
Student of the Week!