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We enacted our tornado protocol today, 5-3-2018, at approximately 1:40. We gave the all clear at 2:00 PM. We did this out of an abundance of caution.

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Driver's Education Course

Mrs. Brenda Webb will be offering a driver's education course this summer at Clarksville School District. The course begins on June 1st and will go through June 14th. Students from other schools may attend this class. There is a limit of 24 students. The class will begin at 8 am and go to 3 pm.
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The Clarksville School District is now accepting students
Under Arkansas Public School Choice Act which allows parents to apply
for admission of their child to attend a school in a district beyond the
one in which the parent resides.

Any parent residing outside the Clarksville School District that
desires to send their child to school in the Clarksville School District
beginning with the 2018-2019 school year may obtain an application at the
Administration Building at 1701 Clark Road.

Completed applications must be received by May 1, 2018
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Pyron has its first ever competition robotics team! The formation of this team was made possible with a grant. The Pyron CUBS Vex IQ Robotics team has worked after school and in the media center since the second week of November to build a clawbot and learn how to run it on a Vex IQ field. On Saturday, December 2 they competed at the New Teams Tournament held at UALR. The day-long event ended with the Pyron CUBS placing ninth overall and third in the finals tournament. WOW! Congratulations to this new team: (pictured left to right) Coach, Nikki Patterson, Peyton Leeds, Samantha Montelongo, Olivia Pipkins, Morgan Lensing, and Sam Howe. Lindsey Werner (not pictured) also coaches.
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Thank you Whitson Morgan!

Clarksville Public Schools would like to thank Whitson Morgan for the school fundraiser, "Drive For Your School," it provided funds for both baseball and football teams.
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Tyson Foods, Inc. Donates $750

Thank you Tyson Foods, Inc. for donating $750 to the Migrant Summer School Program. Thanks to the company’s generosity, migrant students will be able to develop language, math, and literacy skills on an educational field trip this summer.
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2018 Graduation Live Stream

Clarksville Public Schools will be Live Streaming the Graduation ceremonies Friday May 18 starting at 6:45. Graduation will start at 7:00 pm at ATU Tucker Colosseum.
Please feel free to share the attach information about viewing the Live Stream.

Go Panthers!!
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The summer meal program will begin June 6th and go through June 19th,
Monday thru Friday. The meals will be served at Pyron Elementary. All children 18 and under may eat breakfast and/or lunch at no charge. Adult breakfast is $2.00 and adult lunch is $3.50. Breakfast will be served from 7:30 am - 8:30 am. Lunch will be served from 11:00 am - 12:30 pm. For more information please call the Child Nutrition office at 479-979-6008. Everyone is welcome.
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Counselors Week

National School Counselors week was observed Feb. 5-9. During our "something to roar about" segment of the board meeting on February 15th, Assistant Superintendent Paul Dean recognized district counselors for their work. Counselors who were presented with a plaque of appreciation were, Laura Hyden, Primary; Shelly Frew, Pyron; Sheila Helms, Kraus; Amanda Banning, junior high school; Melissa Wiggins, high school; and Marsha Tindell, district testing coordinator.
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The Johnson County Graphic contained a report that a school employee received a message via a social media site which contained a threat of a school shooting. This message was not a threat to any Clarksville school. This threat was made toward schools in another state. The employee wanted to make sure the proper authorities were notified of this post.

Please help spread the word if you are asked about this being in our newspaper.

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