School

Student leaders

Juniors and seniors from Lake Hamilton High School recently participated in the third annual Student Leadership Conference at the Arkansas Association of Gifted Administrators held the 25th Annual Fall Conference at Harding University in Searcy.

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Doctor Brian

Dr. Brian Peters, veterinarian and owner of Lake Hamilton and Hot Springs Animal Hospitals, and Zuri the St. Bernard recently visited second-grade students at Fountain Lake Elementary School for Career Day.

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Wolves meet Tigers

The Lake Hamilton Junior High volleyball team recently attended Ouachita Baptist University volleyball match. Lake Hamilton alum Kori Bullard, back, stars for the Tigers and met with the team.

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Lake Hamilton lanes

Superintendent Steve Anderson attended the recently Special Olympics bowling competition at Central Lanes in Hot Springs to encourage the Lake Hamilton Special Wolves, who won several ribbons on the day.

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World Fest

Park International Baccalaureate Magnet School fourth-grade students, from left, Seth Henley, Caeden Hooks and Andrew Nehus earned first place for the World Cultural Fair Contest at World Fest 2017 in Little Rock on Oct. 6. The students researched and presented cultural facts about the country of Cyprus. Judges selected first-, second- and third-place titles for group presentations of assigned countries. Hundreds of students from schools around Arkansas celebrated world cultures through a variety of interactive learning experiences. World Fest was created in 1994 by the Little Rock Racial and Cultural Diversity Commission.

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Flu shot clinic

Bismarck Middle School sixth-grade student Wilver Ramirez was among about 500 students in prekindergarten through 12th grade in the Bismarck School District to receive immunizations in a flu shot clinic on Oct. 12. Local health departments and nursing students from the College of the Ouachitas helped administer the shots within about three hours.

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Career Day

Melissa Nickles, with Lake Hamilton and Hot Springs Animal Hospitals, recently visited second-grade classes at Fountain Lake Elementary School to discuss her job for Career Day.

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Therapeutic learning

Lucinda Shook, of Hot Springs Pet Therapy, recently visited Kate Messersmith's Lake Hamilton classroom with Chocolate, a therapy dog. Students in Messersmith's class are using a "mutt-igrees curriculum" this year for social-emotional learning with an emphasis on developing empathy and resiliency through interaction with dogs.

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Future Exhibit

The Imagine the Inclusive School of the Future Exhibit recently chose artwork from Lake Hamilton High School students Anna Klunke, pictured, and Brooklyn Bailey to help commemorate the 60-year anniversary of the integration of Little Rock Central High School. Klunke received a third-place award for her piece, "Melting Pot of Friends." Both students donated their artwork to the National Park Service.

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Archaeologist leads lecture

Mary Beth Trubitt presented "Archaeology of the Ouachita Mountains" for the National Park College Math and Sciences Division's First Friday Lunch and Lecture Series on Oct. 6.

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Waivers offer students advantages on ACT

LITTLE ROCK -- Recent ACT data showed an increase in students' composite scores the more times the test is taken and fee waivers give Arkansas students more opportunities to increase their scores.

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