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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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BLOOD DRIVE

There will be a blood drive at the Clarksville High School on Wednesday, November 14, at 8:15 a.m. - 2:15 p.m. in the lobby. To schedule your appointment, contact Angela Wyatt or a member of the student Council. All donors get a HOG WILD t-shirt!
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"SOMETHING TO ROAR ABOUT"

During the “Something to Roar About” at the October board meeting, Christel Thompson, Pyron Elementary school principal, recognized Jessica Pianalto as a Mike Neden STEM Champion Award recipient. Ms. Pianalto was one of five recipients of this award during the Awards Session at the conference held on October 7-9 in Branson Missouri. The Mike Neden Stem Champion Awards program honors public and private elementary, middle, high school teachers and teacher educators that have served as a champion for integrated STEM education in their school and/or community.

The Pyron Elementary School was also recognized as a STEM School of Excellence Award recipient during the conference.

Present for the meeting was Christel Thompson, Emily Herring, Anna Fulmer, Madeline Phillips, and Jessica Pianalto.
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2017-2018 RETIREES HONORED AT SEPTEMBER BOARD MEETING

The 2017-2018 Retirees were recognized and given a plaque for their years of service with the Clarksville School District. Present for the meeting were: Judy Black, Joan Estala, Maria Garcia, Melinda Gould, Jo Nell Hogrefe, Holly Kuykendall and Freeman Wish. Not present for the meeting were: Kelley Dean, Grandison Royston, Mary Taylor and Doris Villines. Congratulations on your Retirement!
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ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING

The Clarksville School District will hold it's annual Public Meeting on Monday, October 15, 2018. The meeting will be held in the High School Media Center and the meeting will begin at 6 PM. The School Board meeting will begin immediately after the public meeting.
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SCHOOL CHOICE

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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