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BREAKFAST & LUNCH FREE (IF YOU ARE 18 OR UNDER)

The Clarksville School District – Child Nutrition Department will be serving breakfast and lunch free to anyone under 18 years of age.

The meals will be served at Pyron at the following times:

May 30th - June 16th / Monday - Friday
Breakfast - 7:45 AM - 8:30 AM
Lunch - 11:00 AM -12:00 Noon

If you are having any kind of project or program, please send the students to eat. If there are a lot of students, in order to plan how many to prepare for, please send a list to Doris Villines at (doris.villines@csdar.org)
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STEVEN LYNCH WINS COMPETITION

Steven Lynch won the Arkansas State You Be The Chemist competition Saturday. Steven will travel all-expenses paid to Washington, D.C. to compete in the national competition. There he can win up to $10,000 in scholarship money. We are proud of Steven and his hard work! Congratulations!
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CLARKSVILLE TRAP SHOOTING TEAM RECEIVES $900 DONATION

Tom Richardson, Jason Freeman,Billy Owens, and John Breithaupt members of The Confederate Sixgunners of America dropped by the Superintendent's office on Tuesday, April 11th to deliver a $900 donation to the Clarksville Trap Shooting team. Members of the Clarksville Trap Shooting team were on hand to accept the donation. Thank you Confederate Sixgunners of America for your generous donation!
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DRIVER EDUCATION TRAINING

Cost is $175 and is limited to first 25 paying students from Clarksville Schools. Students not attending Clarksville Schools may be accepted if slots are available. Deadline to sign-up in the office is May 19. Class begins May 24.
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The CSD gifted and talented program and Connie Watkins receives Award

The Clarksville School District gifted and talented program and Connie Watkins received awards at the Arkansas Gifted and Talented Education (AGATE) association conference held March 1-3, 2017. The district was chosen for the Act 56 Award of Excellence for the outstanding programing and education of gifted and talented students. With this distinction, the district was awarded $3,000.00 for gifted program use. Mrs. Connie Watkins, a 28-year, retired gifted and talented teacher and coordinator, was recognized for her significant contributions to gifted and talented education with the Educator Recognition Award.
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GRADUATION

The Class of 2017 will be graduating tonight at Arkansas Tech University, Tucker Coliseum with ceremonies beginning at 7 PM. Congratulations Seniors!!
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JANUARY IS NATIONAL MENTORING MONTH

Thank you to all of our PROJECT MENTOR volunteers for your time and commitment to serve our students. You make a difference!

John Payne
Sonja McCuen
Cody Black
Rhonda Mefford
Mark Watkins
Duane Motsenbocker
Sue Kinsey
Carol McDearmon
Tabitha Baker
Maxine Motsenbocker
Paula Mace
Lisa Nubbie
Colleen Rodonski
Aleah Duff
Gina Hemund
Madison Nowotny
Nancy Sepulveda
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