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Thursday
November 15, 2018

School

Snack donation

Submitted photo Ronnie Ritter, left, with Arkansas Hunters Feeding the Hungry, Clay Connor, right, from XPress Boats and Veranda Luxury Pontoons present Stephanie Nehus with deer snack sticks for the district's backpack program as part of the "Woods to School" program. More than 130 backpacks are sent home each week by HSSD schools. XPress Boats and Veranda Luxury Pontoons sponsored 2,000 deer snacks, made from deer meat harvested and processed in Garland County, through the Arkansas Hunters Feeding the Hungry program. School on 11/11/2018

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Alpha pack

Submitted photo Front, from left, Mia Moore, Emma Moriles, Marissa Lookadoo, Surey Lundquist, Rilynn Suit, Saylor McMahan and Tammy Woodall, and back, from left, Gavin Ables, Vinnie Terrill, Owen Calvi, Cooper Hadley, Jace Pittman and Liam Field were named the first grade October Alpha Pack at Lake Hamilton Primary School. School on 11/11/2018

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Field work

Submitted photo Hot Springs Junior Academy students Xavier Parker, West Kleinman, Sandler Moore, and Cooper Bull, pictured with executive director, Jennifer Gerber, attended the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival where they learned applicable film and audio techniques for making their own documentaries. School on 11/11/2018

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Sister city guests

Submitted photo Mountain Pine School District received a visit from students from Hanamaki, Japan, on Nov. 1. Visitors were welcomed by the band, mascot, cheerleaders and football team. Students visited EAST to learn about their projects and the art room to complete an art project. School on 11/11/2018

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Perfect pitch

Submitted photo Lyca Steelman, a Lakeside High School Student in FBLA, won the People's Choice prize at the Business Expo Pitch Contest on Oct. 25. Steelman received a $1,000 prize. She pitched on a whim the idea of a website where students can go to manage college application and scholarship deadlines in one location. School on 11/04/2018

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Red ribbon week

Submitted photo Mountain Pine Elementary School students in Pre-K through sixth grade celebrated the end of Red Ribbon Week activities by making a large red ribbon of their own. Mountain Pine Elementary Counselor Brittany Lea and Principal Lisa Engebretson said they were excited to see students commit to "Be Drug Free." School on 11/04/2018

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Parents' Night Out

Submitted photo Lakeside School District Superintendent Shawn Cook spins several students on a fully accessible merry-go-round during Parents' Night Out on Oct. 18. Parents' Night Out allows parents of special needs students an evening out once each nine weeks. The school provides care, including instructors, a nurse, paraprofessionals and volunteers, along with activities and dinner. School on 11/04/2018

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Be a hero

Submitted photo Titan, from the Omegaman and Friends group, presented a special assembly for students of Magnet Cove Elementary, teaching about the importance of being a HERO. A HERO Helps Everyone Respect Others. Titan also gave an anti-bullying message, encouraged students to be dream makers and not dream breakers and used great feats of strength to reinforce his message. School on 11/04/2018

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Visiting delegates

Submitted photo As part of the 25th anniversary of the Sister City Program, Hot Springs and Hanamaki, Japan, exchanged delegations of guests. Last month, the Hanamaki delegation toured various Hot Springs sites, including Park Magnet School. To make the experience unique from other school tours, the delegation was divided into smaller groups of six to eight and led by students and interpreters. School on 11/04/2018

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Students of the month

Submitted photo Magnet Cove Elementary recently announced its Students of the Month for September. Back, from left, are Sadie Brooks, Tyler Henderson, Mailynn Tanaka, Bristol Cooper, Jaci Hill and Destiny Johnson; second row, from left, are Jace Hall, Blake Comerma, Kaitlynn Dickinson, Bryce Harrison and Cayden Hibbard; and front, from left, are Trinity Potts, Colt Walker and Aubree Roberts. School on 11/04/2018

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