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Thursday
December 18, 2014

School

Veterans ride

Fountain Lake Elementary students got to meet and thank veteran motorcyclists escorted by officers of the Hot Springs Police Department on Nov. 11 as part of the district's Veteran's Day celebration.

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Presentation skills

Fountain Lake High School student Jesus Avila presents to a class earlier this semester. During the first nine weeks of school, the faculty focused on student presentation skills based on the new Common Core State Standards.

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Cheer champs

Lake Hamilton Junior High won the 6A/7A division in the Spa City Classic cheerleading competition produced by B² Cheer and Dance at Lake Hamilton High School on Nov. 22.

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Smokey visits Park

Krystal Brandon's kindergarten's class at Park Magnet, a PYP World School, received a visit from Smokey Bear on career day on Nov. 6.

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Cards for Children's

Sixth-grade students in Debbie Key's third-period class at Lake Hamilton Middle School made Christmas cards for patients at Arkansas Children's Hospital in Little Rock.

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Winning design

Fountain Lake High School EAST student Laura Hendrix, left, won the Village Card Club logo contest. She used Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator to design the logo that will be used on their website, letterhead, shirts and door signs.

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Top spellers

Jackson Keese, left, took first place in the Fountain Lake Middle School Cobra Digital Prep Academy Spelling Bee on Nov. 12. Abby Leeder, right, finished as the runner-up.

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NPCC's Holiday in the Park Tuesday

Holiday in the Park, the annual holiday musical event sponsored by National Park Community College and the Fun City Chorus, will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in Horner Hall of the Hot Springs Convention Center.

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What We're Reading

Fountain Lake High School students Kaylyn Bennett, left, and Trinity Van Dusen designed a poster that keeps students updated on what books the faculty and staff are reading.

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Blood drive

Cameron Pearce, a senior at Hot Springs High School, donates automated red blood cells during the school's recent blood drive held by the Arkansas Blood Institute.

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A&M insects at HSIS

Hot Springs Intermediate School students Even Sanders, left, and Marly Archie examine a few of the 300 mystery bugs supplied by Craig Wilson, a professor at Texas A&M University. Wilson provides insects annually to HSIS science teachers Lynn Strong and Carolyn Masopust. Students examine and record daily data from the specimens, including their color and length in millimeters.

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Drug Free

Magnet Cove Elementary celebrated Red Ribbon Week by "Putting a Cap on Drugs!" Students were chosen from their classrooms for having the best hats.

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FCCLA STARs

A dozen students from the Family Career and Community Leaders of America club at Lake Hamilton High School competed in district events Nov. 4 at Henderson State University in Arkadelphia.

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