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Easter bunny

Fountain Lake Middle School Cobra Digital Prep Academy recently dressed as the Easter bunny and visited Brookfield Assistant Living to celebrate the holiday with, from left, Lynn Janaskie, resident Jo Litton and T.J. Griffith, a faculty member in the Health Sciences Division at National Park College.

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Eagles give

Cutter Morning Star High School sophomore Chris Hardister, front, was joined by counselor Jennifer Coats, back, left, and Deborah Giusti, gifted and talented coordinator, in donating blood during a recent Arkansas Blood Institute drive in which 31 donors, including 15 first-time donors, participated.

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Structure learning

Fifth-grade students in the gifted and talented program at Centerpoint Elementary School recently learned projects designed by French Architects and studied blueprints of their new school during a field trip to Hot Springs. They visited the office of French Architects and Hot Springs Mountain Tower in conjunction with the unit of study, "Structures: Architecture."

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Berry Plastics employees earn certifications

The first cohort of students in the Industrial Technology program at National Park College earned National Center for Construction Education and Research Certifications in both Construction Site Safety and Introductory Craft Skills.

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Students of the Month: Magnet Cove

Magnet Cove Elementary School recently announced the March Students of the Month. Students were front, from left, Gracie Schaefer, Joey Conklin, Taysia Buckley, Ethan Lecroy and Ashanti Johnson, and back, from left, Samantha Shepherd, Madison Schlosser, Abby Jo McClaran, Aaron Holland, Davien Yingling, Cheylynn McClard and Will Kizzia.

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Chasing Optimism

Jessieville High School freshmen Jacob Semmler, left, Taryn Anderson, second from left, and Joey Benson, right, were the finalists in the recent Optimist essay contest "Chasing Optimism in the Face of Challenges."

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BMS contributes to St. Jude

BISMARCK -- Students at Bismarck Middle School recently participated in the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Math-A-Thon program and raised $404 to help children battling cancer and other deadly diseases.

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Selig named U of A senior scholar

FAYETTEVILLE -- Lakeside High School alum Thomas Selig was among students named first-ranked Senior Scholars during the Sam M. Walton College of Business' 24th annual awards banquet on April 13.

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McClanahan inducted into honor society

BATON ROUGE, LA. -- Margare McClanahan, of Hot Springs, was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society.

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Arkansas Tech creates veterans support network

RUSSELLVILLE -- The Arkansas Tech University Office of Veteran Services is developing a new Green Zone project, believed to be the first of its kind in Arkansas, to provide faculty and staff with training to better prepare them to serve the needs of military-affiliated students.

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