Bauxite High School

The Daily Bulletin

7 March, 2016 21:25

BAUXITE HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY

MARCH 8, 2016

First Bell Rings at 7:40 AM

SPRING BREAK FROM MARCH 21 ~ MARCH 25

ALL SCHOOL EVENTS/MEETINGS ARE SUBJECT TO DATE ~ TIME CHANGE OR CANCELLATION BY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION

Cell phones must be placed in the bin or your locker during class!

NO EXCEPTIONS!!

Consequences will be enforced

Lunch:

Students who are eating lunch must eat in the cafeteria or at the picnic tables. Students are not allowed to eat in the library, offices, or classrooms during any of the lunch times. This applies to ALL students.

Students going through the breakfast line all items must be visible until purchased

Breakfast: French Toast Strips or Gravy and Biscuits, Applesauce, Fruit Juice and Milk

Line 1: Ground Beef with Spanish Rice, Pinto Beans, Salsa, Tortilla Chips, Corn, Pears, Fresh Fruit, Fruit Juice and Milk

Line 2: Chicken Fajita Taco Salad or Mexican Chicken both served with Chips and Dip, Fruit Juice and Milk

You may purchase Slushes and Nachos for $1.50 each

Congratulations:

Students:

Students that are entering second period after the bell without a breakfast in hand should be counted tardy. Teachers please send them to the office for a tardy slip.

2016 Free Physical forms for Bauxite Athletes in grades 7-11 may be picked up in the High School Office. Forms are due back March 9th.

Students who drive are not to be lingering after school in the parking lots. This includes afternoon vo-tech student. Upon returning from vo-tech you are to leave campus unless you are waiting for a sibling, then you are to report to the library until the 3:15 bell.

Wednesday, March 9th is the 3rd nine weeks AR Reading deadline

SENIORS – It’s time to start on the Senior Video. We need one baby picture, one middle age picture and one senior picture. We also need any group pictures of you and your senior classmates from pre-school until your senior year. You can turn your pictures in two ways. 1) Email them to Mrs. Baxley (baxleyt), or 2) If it’s a hard copy, please write your name on the back of each picture and put them in an envelope or a zip lock baggy and give to Mrs. Baxley. The deadline is Friday, April 1st. Please see Mrs. Baxley if you have any questions

March Madness has come to the library! 16 of the top YA titles from 2015 are going head-to-head in our bracket. Pick up a bracket in the library, make your predictions and return them to Mrs. Peters by March 7 for a chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card!

Dance will be sponsoring a Dance Clinic on Saturday, March 12th at the Bauxite High School Fred Dawson Gymnasium from 8:30am ~ 11:00am. The clinic will be for students in grades 6th ~ 11th and will cost $20, this may be paid on Saturday. Checks are to be made out to Bauxite High School. Forms may be picked up in the High School Office or from Ms. Tarver between classes. Forms may be turned in to the High School Office or brought the day of the clinic.

Students with Dell Chromebooks can purchase a protective case and zipper pouch for $24.00 in the High School Office. This will stay on your Chromebook until you graduate and will help protect against damage.

Students according to your handbook on page 69 glass containers can break, leaving dangerous shards of glass. Glass containers should not be brought on the bus or to the campus. Only clear plastic or authorized metal containers are accepted. NO EXCEPTIONS. CONSEQUENCES WILL BE ENFORCED.

Students cannot go to their cars for lunches, books, etc. without permission during the school day.

Students you are NOT to tape/glue or use any other type of adhesive to adhere anything on the outside of the lockers as this pulls the paint off and you will be responsible for any damage.

Students this is a reminder about PDA (Public Display of Affection) ~ there should be NO hugging, kissing, arms around each other etc. Handholding is considered an acceptable display of affection. See student handbook. NO EXCEPTIONS! Consequences will be enforced. See page 69/70 of the student handbook

Students (boys/girls) this is a reminder that you are not to wear hats, caps or other head coverings in the school buildings. See page 65 of your student handbook.

Students wanting to get their driving permit paper please notify the office two days in advance to see if you qualify. Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA (for semester) and must not owe any fees or fines.

Students must get notes from their teacher they want to see during 4th period prior to 4th period. Tardies will not be excused for failure to plan ahead.

Counselors:

Seniors: If you’re going to attend a 2 year vocational program – pick up the Class of 65 Scholarship, Information was emailed to you. Applications are available in the counselor’s office.

Any senior planning to pursue a degree related to architecture or construction related engineering please see Ms. Smart about a scholarship application.

Any senior going to Fayetteville and interested in becoming a Certified Athletic Trainer please see Ms. Smart for information.

Bauxite Ladies Association Scholarship application has been emailed to all seniors. Copies are also available in the Counselor’s Office.

Seniors: The Benton Area Chamber of Commerce is offering a $1000 scholarship to a Bauxite senior. Pick up an application in the Counselor’s Office. Deadline is May 1st.

Seniors check your email for scholarships!!!

SENIORS: 2016 Junior Auxiliary of Saline County Scholarship Application is available in the Counselor’s Office. Also sent to your email for review.

SENIORS: Information is available on First Electric Trust scholarships in the Counselor’s Office. If your family is a member of First Electric Cooperative – check out on email or in the Counselor’s Office

JUNIORS: First Electric Cooperative is once again taking applications for their Youth Tour. Interested juniors please pick up information in the Counselor’s Office or check your email account. Information has been emailed

Any senior interested in attending UALR Benton Center for fall semester please stop by the Counselor’s Office. First time only students may receive a scholarship in the amount of $2000. Scholarship Applications are in the Counselor’s Office

SENIORS: If your family is a member of the Saline County Farm Bureau please come by the counselor’s office and pick up their scholarship application.

SENIORS: If you family uses Fidelity as a service provider please pick up information on a 500$ scholarship

SENIORS – Please check your email for information about the Trinity Scholarship! We now have applications for the W. R. Alsobrook Scholarship. Please pick up the application in the counselor’s office. Deadline to submit is March 14th. It is a paper application.

Juniors: Check your school email for information on AR Governor’s School.

Seniors, there are scholarship opportunities offered by THEA. Scholarships are offered in creative writing, poetry, film making, dance, theater, fashion designs, singing/performing, and visual arts, 2D and 3D designs. For more information, visit www.theafoundation.org or stop by the counselors’ office.

Seniors in order to have your college day visit excused you need to pick up a college day form from the counselor’s office. Return the completed form to the High School Office. You must also bring back paper from the college with your name and date of visit, turn this into the High School Office.

18 Year Old Males – If you are a male and 18 years of age, it is your legal obligation to register with Selective Service. Registration applies to virtually all men living in the U.S., including immigrants, no matter their status.

Registration is quick and easy. Even though you MUST register at 18 years old, you may submit your information as early as 7 years and 3 months. You can register with the Selective Service on-line at www.sss.gov or any post office.

Activities:

Monday: Every Monday 4th period is reading day ~ students should have a book prior to class

Tuesday:

March 8 ~ Miners @ Lake Hamilton ~ game time 4:30

March 8 ~ Lady Miners vs Stuttgart ~ game time 4:30

Wednesday:

March 9 ~ CAP Groups will meet 4th period

March 9 ~ Minvers vs England in the FCA Invitational Tournament ~ game time 6:30pm

Thursday:

March 10 ~ Lady Miners vs CAC ~ game time 4:30

Friday:

March 11 ~ Lady Miners vs Harding Academy ~ game time 4:30

March 11 ~ Senior Track Meet at Benton ~ 3:30

March 11 ~ Band pre-assessment in Benton

Saturday:

March 12 ~ Saturday School from 8-12 in the Middle School Cafeteria

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4 March, 2016 21:24

BAUXITE HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY

MARCH 7, 2016

First Bell Rings at 7:40 AM

SPRING BREAK FROM MARCH 21 ~ MARCH 25

ALL SCHOOL EVENTS/MEETINGS ARE SUBJECT TO DATE ~ TIME CHANGE OR CANCELLATION BY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION

Cell phones must be placed in the bin or your locker during class!

NO EXCEPTIONS!!

Consequences will be enforced

Lunch:

Students who are eating lunch must eat in the cafeteria or at the picnic tables. Students are not allowed to eat in the library, offices, or classrooms during any of the lunch times. This applies to ALL students.

Students going through the breakfast line all items must be visible until purchased

Breakfast: Donut, Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Bar, Apples, Fruit Juice and Milk

Line 1: Chicken Noodle Soup, Salad, Ranch Dressing, Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Blue Raspberry Sorbet, Fresh Fruit, Fruit Juice and Milk

Line 2: Chicken Sandwich, or Hot and Spicy Chicken Sandwich, Potato Puffs, Veggie Sticks, Ranch Dressing, Sliced Peaches or Cheese Nachos with Chili and Beans, Fruit Juice and Milk

You may purchase Slushes and Nachos for $1.50 each

Congratulations:

Students:

Students who drive are not to be lingering after school in the parking lots. This includes afternoon vo-tech student. Upon returning from vo-tech you are to leave campus unless you are waiting for a sibling, then you are to report to the library until the 3:15 bell.

Wednesday, March 9th is the 3rd nine weeks AR Reading deadline

SENIORS – It’s time to start on the Senior Video. We need one baby picture, one middle age picture and one senior picture. We also need any group pictures of you and your senior classmates from pre-school until your senior year. You can turn your pictures in two ways. 1) Email them to Mrs. Baxley (baxleyt), or 2) If it’s a hard copy, please write your name on the back of each picture and put them in an envelope or a zip lock baggy and give to Mrs. Baxley. The deadline is Friday, April 1st. Please see Mrs. Baxley if you have any questions

March Madness has come to the library! 16 of the top YA titles from 2015 are going head-to-head in our bracket. Pick up a bracket in the library, make your predictions and return them to Mrs. Peters by March 7 for a chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card!

Dance will be sponsoring a Dance Clinic on Saturday, March 12th at the Bauxite High School Fred Dawson Gymnasium from 8:30am ~ 11:00am. The clinic will be for students in grades 6th ~ 11th and will cost $20, this may be paid on Saturday. Checks are to be made out to Bauxite High School. Forms may be picked up in the High School Office or from Ms. Tarver between classes. Forms may be turned in to the High School Office or brought the day of the clinic.

Students with Dell Chromebooks can purchase a protective case and zipper pouch for $24.00 in the High School Office. This will stay on your Chromebook until you graduate and will help protect against damage.

Students according to your handbook on page 69 glass containers can break, leaving dangerous shards of glass. Glass containers should not be brought on the bus or to the campus. Only clear plastic or authorized metal containers are accepted. NO EXCEPTIONS. CONSEQUENCES WILL BE ENFORCED.

Students cannot go to their cars for lunches, books, etc. without permission during the school day.

Students you are NOT to tape/glue or use any other type of adhesive to adhere anything on the outside of the lockers as this pulls the paint off and you will be responsible for any damage.

Students this is a reminder about PDA (Public Display of Affection) ~ there should be NO hugging, kissing, arms around each other etc. Handholding is considered an acceptable display of affection. See student handbook. NO EXCEPTIONS! Consequences will be enforced. See page 69/70 of the student handbook

Students (boys/girls) this is a reminder that you are not to wear hats, caps or other head coverings in the school buildings. See page 65 of your student handbook.

Students wanting to get their driving permit paper please notify the office two days in advance to see if you qualify. Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA (for semester) and must not owe any fees or fines.

Students must get notes from their teacher they want to see during 4th period prior to 4th period. Tardies will not be excused for failure to plan ahead.

Counselors:

Seniors: If you’re going to attend a 2 year vocational program – pick up the Class of 65 Scholarship, Information was emailed to you. Applications are available in the counselor’s office.

Any senior planning to pursue a degree related to architecture or construction related engineering please see Ms. Smart about a scholarship application.

Any senior going to Fayetteville and interested in becoming a Certified Athletic Trainer please see Ms. Smart for information.

Bauxite Ladies Association Scholarship application has been emailed to all seniors. Copies are also available in the Counselor’s Office.

Seniors: The Benton Area Chamber of Commerce is offering a $1000 scholarship to a Bauxite senior. Pick up an application in the Counselor’s Office. Deadline is May 1st.

Seniors check your email for scholarships!!!

SENIORS: 2016 Junior Auxiliary of Saline County Scholarship Application is available in the Counselor’s Office. Also sent to your email for review.

SENIORS: Information is available on First Electric Trust scholarships in the Counselor’s Office. If your family is a member of First Electric Cooperative – check out on email or in the Counselor’s Office

JUNIORS: First Electric Cooperative is once again taking applications for their Youth Tour. Interested juniors please pick up information in the Counselor’s Office or check your email account. Information has been emailed

Any senior interested in attending UALR Benton Center for fall semester please stop by the Counselor’s Office. First time only students may receive a scholarship in the amount of $2000. Scholarship Applications are in the Counselor’s Office

SENIORS: If your family is a member of the Saline County Farm Bureau please come by the counselor’s office and pick up their scholarship application.

SENIORS: If you family uses Fidelity as a service provider please pick up information on a 500$ scholarship

SENIORS – Please check your email for information about the Trinity Scholarship! We now have applications for the W. R. Alsobrook Scholarship. Please pick up the application in the counselor’s office. Deadline to submit is March 14th. It is a paper application.

Juniors: Check your school email for information on AR Governor’s School.

Seniors, there are scholarship opportunities offered by THEA. Scholarships are offered in creative writing, poetry, film making, dance, theater, fashion designs, singing/performing, and visual arts, 2D and 3D designs. For more information, visit www.theafoundation.org or stop by the counselors’ office.

Seniors in order to have your college day visit excused you need to pick up a college day form from the counselor’s office. Return the completed form to the High School Office. You must also bring back paper from the college with your name and date of visit, turn this into the High School Office.

18 Year Old Males – If you are a male and 18 years of age, it is your legal obligation to register with Selective Service. Registration applies to virtually all men living in the U.S., including immigrants, no matter their status.

Registration is quick and easy. Even though you MUST register at 18 years old, you may submit your information as early as 7 years and 3 months. You can register with the Selective Service on-line at www.sss.gov or any post office.

Activities:

Monday: Every Monday 4th period is reading day ~ students should have a book prior to class

March 7 ~ Junior High Track Meet at Benton ~ 3:30

Tuesday:

March 8 ~ Miners @ Lake Hamilton ~ game time 4:30

March 8 ~ Lady Miners vs Stuttgart ~ game time 4:30

Wednesday:

March 9 ~ CAP Groups will meet 4th period

March 9 ~ 12 Bauxite FCA Tournament

Thursday:

March 10 ~ Lady Miners vs CAC ~ game time 4:30

Friday:

March 11 ~ Lady Miners vs Harding Academy ~ game time 4:30

March 11 ~ Senior Track Meet at Benton ~ 3:30

March 11 ~ Band pre-assessment in Benton

Saturday:

March 12 ~ Saturday School from 8-12 in the Middle School Cafeteria

2 March, 2016 21:21

BAUXITE HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY

MARCH 3, 2016

First Bell Rings at 7:40 AM

ALL SCHOOL EVENTS/MEETINGS ARE SUBJECT TO DATE ~ TIME CHANGE OR CANCELLATION BY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION

Cell phones must be placed in the bin or your locker during class!

NO EXCEPTIONS!!

Consequences will be enforced

Lunch:

Students who are eating lunch must eat in the cafeteria or at the picnic tables. Students are not allowed to eat in the library, offices, or classrooms during any of the lunch times. This applies to ALL students.

Students going through the breakfast line all items must be visible until purchased

Breakfast: Sausage and Biscuit, Gravy and Biscuits, Bananas, Fruit Juice and Milk

Line 1: Hamburger on Bun, Potato Puffs, Veggie Sticks, Ranch Dressing, Sugar Cookies, Oranges, Apples or Cheese Burger, Fruit Juice and Milk

Line 2: Chicken Fried Steak Sandwich, Veggie Sticks, Ranch Dressing, Potato Puffs, Sugar Cookie, Pineapple Chunks, Apples or Chicken Nuggets, Wheat Texas Toast, Fruit Juice and Milk

You may purchase Slushes and Nachos for $1.50 each

Congratulations:

Students:

Students who drive are not to be lingering after school in the parking lots. This includes afternoon vo-tech student. Upon returning from vo-tech you are to leave campus unless you are waiting for a sibling, then you are to report to the library until the 3:15 bell.

Wednesday, March 9th is the 3rd nine weeks AR Reading deadline

SENIORS – It’s time to start on the Senior Video. We need one baby picture, one middle age picture and one senior picture. We also need any group pictures of you and your senior classmates from pre-school until your senior year. Please write your name on the back of each picture and put them in an envelope or a zip lock baggy and give to Mrs. Baxley. The deadline is Friday, April 1st. Please see Mrs. Baxley if you have any questions

March Madness has come to the library! 16 of the top YA titles from 2015 are going head-to-head in our bracket. Pick up a bracket in the library, make your predictions and return them to Mrs. Peters by March 7 for a chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card!

Cheer will be sponsoring a Cheer Clinic on Saturday, March 5th at the Bauxite High School Fred Dawson Gymnasium from 8:30am ~ 11:00am. The clinic will be for students in grades 6th ~ 11th and will cost $20, this may be paid on Saturday. Checks are to be made out to Bauxite High School. Forms may be picked up in the High School Office or from Ms. Tarver between classes. Forms may be turned in to the High School Office or brought the day of the clinic.

Dance will be sponsoring a Dance Clinic on Saturday, March 12th at the Bauxite High School Fred Dawson Gymnasium from 8:30am ~ 11:00am. The clinic will be for students in grades 6th ~ 11th and will cost $20, this may be paid on Saturday. Checks are to be made out to Bauxite High School. Forms may be picked up in the High School Office or from Ms. Tarver between classes. Forms may be turned in to the High School Office or brought the day of the clinic.

Students with Dell Chromebooks can purchase a protective case and zipper pouch for $24.00 in the High School Office. This will stay on your Chromebook until you graduate and will help protect against damage.

Students according to your handbook on page 69 glass containers can break, leaving dangerous shards of glass. Glass containers should not be brought on the bus or to the campus. Only clear plastic or authorized metal containers are accepted. NO EXCEPTIONS. CONSEQUENCES WILL BE ENFORCED.

Students cannot go to their cars for lunches, books, etc. without permission during the school day.

Students you are NOT to tape/glue or use any other type of adhesive to adhere anything on the outside of the lockers as this pulls the paint off and you will be responsible for any damage.

Students this is a reminder about PDA (Public Display of Affection) ~ there should be NO hugging, kissing, arms around each other etc. Handholding is considered an acceptable display of affection. See student handbook. NO EXCEPTIONS! Consequences will be enforced. See page 69/70 of the student handbook

Students (boys/girls) this is a reminder that you are not to wear hats, caps or other head coverings in the school buildings. See page 65 of your student handbook.

Students wanting to get their driving permit paper please notify the office two days in advance to see if you qualify. Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA (for semester) and must not owe any fees or fines.

Students must get notes from their teacher they want to see during 4th period prior to 4th period. Tardies will not be excused for failure to plan ahead.

Counselors:

Seniors: If you’re going to attend a 2 year vocational program – pick up the Class of 65 Scholarship, Information was emailed to you. Applications are available in the counselor’s office.

Any senior planning to pursue a degree related to architecture or construction related engineering please see Ms. Smart about a scholarship application.

Any senior going to Fayetteville and interested in becoming a Certified Athletic Trainer please see Ms. Smart for information.

Bauxite Ladies Association Scholarship application has been emailed to all seniors. Copies are also available in the Counselor’s Office.

Seniors: The Benton Area Chamber of Commerce is offering a $1000 scholarship to a Bauxite senior. Pick up an application in the Counselor’s Office. Deadline is May 1st.

Seniors check your email for scholarships!!!

SENIORS: 2016 Junior Auxiliary of Saline County Scholarship Application is available in the Counselor’s Office. Also sent to your email for review.

SENIORS: Information is available on First Electric Trust scholarships in the Counselor’s Office. If your family is a member of First Electric Cooperative – check out on email or in the Counselor’s Office

JUNIORS: First Electric Cooperative is once again taking applications for their Youth Tour. Interested juniors please pick up information in the Counselor’s Office or check your email account. Information has been emailed

Any senior interested in attending UALR Benton Center for fall semester please stop by the Counselor’s Office. First time only students may receive a scholarship in the amount of $2000. Scholarship Applications are in the Counselor’s Office

SENIORS: If your family is a member of the Saline County Farm Bureau please come by the counselor’s office and pick up their scholarship application.

SENIORS: If you family uses Fidelity as a service provider please pick up information on a 500$ scholarship

SENIORS – Please check your email for information about the Trinity Scholarship! We now have applications for the W. R. Alsobrook Scholarship. Please pick up the application in the counselor’s office. Deadline to submit is March 14th. It is a paper application.

Juniors: Check your school email for information on AR Governor’s School.

Seniors, there are scholarship opportunities offered by THEA. Scholarships are offered in creative writing, poetry, film making, dance, theater, fashion designs, singing/performing, and visual arts, 2D and 3D designs. For more information, visit www.theafoundation.org or stop by the counselors’ office.

Bauxite Ladies Association Scholarship application has been emailed to all seniors. Copies are also available in the Counselor’s Office.

Seniors: The Benton Area Chamber of Commerce is offering a $1000 scholarship to a Bauxite senior. Pick up an application in the Counselor’s Office. Deadline is May 1st.

Seniors check your email for scholarships!!!

SENIORS: 2016 Junior Auxiliary of Saline County Scholarship Application is available in the Counselor’s Office. Also sent to your email for review.

SENIORS: Information is available on First Electric Trust scholarships in the Counselor’s Office. If your family is a member of First Electric Cooperative – check out on email or in the Counselor’s Office

JUNIORS: First Electric Cooperative is once again taking applications for their Youth Tour. Interested juniors please pick up information in the Counselor’s Office or check your email account. Information has been emailed

Any senior interested in attending UALR Benton Center for fall semester please stop by the Counselor’s Office. First time only students may receive a scholarship in the amount of $2000. Scholarship Applications are in the Counselor’s Office

SENIORS: If your family is a member of the Saline County Farm Bureau please come by the counselor’s office and pick up their scholarship application.

SENIORS: If you family uses Fidelity as a service provider please pick up information on a 500$ scholarship

SENIORS – Please check your email for information about the Trinity Scholarship! We now have applications for the W. R. Alsobrook Scholarship. Please pick up the application in the counselor’s office. Deadline to submit is March 14th. It is a paper application.

Juniors: Check your school email for information on AR Governor’s School.

Seniors, there are scholarship opportunities offered by THEA. Scholarships are offered in creative writing, poetry, film making, dance, theater, fashion designs, singing/performing, and visual arts, 2D and 3D designs. For more information, visit www.theafoundation.org or stop by the counselors’ office.

Seniors in order to have your college day visit excused you need to pick up a college day form from the counselor’s office. Return the completed form to the High School Office. You must also bring back paper from the college with your name and date of visit, turn this into the High School Office.

18 Year Old Males – If you are a male and 18 years of age, it is your legal obligation to register with Selective Service. Registration applies to virtually all men living in the U.S., including immigrants, no matter their status.

Registration is quick and easy. Even though you MUST register at 18 years old, you may submit your information as early as 7 years and 3 months. You can register with the Selective Service on-line at www.sss.gov or any post office.

Activities:

Monday: Every Monday 4th period is reading day ~ students should have a book prior to class

Tuesday:

Wednesday:

Thursday:

March 3 ~ Henderson Talent Search ~ office will call for students

March 3 ~ Quiz Bowl will meet 4th period in Mr. Shepherd’s room

March 3 ~ Miner Baseball vs Poyen ~ game time 5pm

Friday:

March 4 ~ Quiz Bowl will meet 4th period in Mr. Shepherd’s room

March 4 ~ Miner Baseball vs Whitehall ~ game time 5pm

March 4 ~ Lady Miner Softball vs Bearden ~ game time 5pm

1 March, 2016 21:15

BAUXITE HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY

MARCH 2, 2016

First Bell Rings at 7:40 AM

ALL SCHOOL EVENTS/MEETINGS ARE SUBJECT TO DATE ~ TIME CHANGE OR CANCELLATION BY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION

Cell phones must be placed in the bin or your locker during class!

NO EXCEPTIONS!!

Consequences will be enforced

Lunch:

Students who are eating lunch must eat in the cafeteria or at the picnic tables. Students are not allowed to eat in the library, offices, or classrooms during any of the lunch times. This applies to ALL students.

Students going through the breakfast line all items must be visible until purchased

Breakfast: Pancakes N Sausage, Gravy and Biscuits, Fruit Cocktail, Graham Crackers, Fruit Juice and Milk

Line 1: Meatball Sub, Veggie Sticks, Ranch Dressing, French Fries, Baked Beans, Applesauce, Fresh Fruit, Fruit Juice and Milk

Line 2: Ham Sandwich, French Fries, Baked Beans, Veggie Sticks, Ranch Dressing, Oranges, Kiwi Strawberry Swirl Sorbet or Cheese Nachos with Chili and Beans or Corn Dog, Fruit Juice and Milk

You may purchase Slushes and Nachos for $1.50 each

Congratulations:

Students:

Students who drive are not to be lingering after school in the parking lots. This includes afternoon vo-tech student. Upon returning from vo-tech you are to leave campus unless you are waiting for a sibling, then you are to report to the library until the 3:15 bell.

March 9th is the 3rd nine weeks AR deadline

Cheer will be sponsoring a Cheer Clinic on Saturday, March 5th at the Bauxite High School Fred Dawson Gymnasium from 8:30am ~ 11:00am. The clinic will be for students in grades 6th ~ 11th and will cost $20, this may be paid on Saturday. Checks are to be made out to Bauxite High School. Forms may be picked up in the High School Office or from Ms. Tarver between classes. Forms may be turned in to the High School Office or brought the day of the clinic.

Dance will be sponsoring a Dance Clinic on Saturday, March 12th at the Bauxite High School Fred Dawson Gymnasium from 8:30am ~ 11:00am. The clinic will be for students in grades 6th ~ 11th and will cost $20, this may be paid on Saturday. Checks are to be made out to Bauxite High School. Forms may be picked up in the High School Office or from Ms. Tarver between classes. Forms may be turned in to the High School Office or brought the day of the clinic.

Students with Dell Chromebooks can purchase a protective case and zipper pouch for $24.00 in the High School Office. This will stay on your Chromebook until you graduate and will help protect against damage.

Students according to your handbook on page 69 glass containers can break, leaving dangerous shards of glass. Glass containers should not be brought on the bus or to the campus. Only clear plastic or authorized metal containers are accepted. NO EXCEPTIONS. CONSEQUENCES WILL BE ENFORCED.

Students cannot go to their cars for lunches, books, etc. without permission during the school day.

Students you are NOT to tape/glue or use any other type of adhesive to adhere anything on the outside of the lockers as this pulls the paint off and you will be responsible for any damage.

Students this is a reminder about PDA (Public Display of Affection) ~ there should be NO hugging, kissing, arms around each other etc. Handholding is considered an acceptable display of affection. See student handbook. NO EXCEPTIONS! Consequences will be enforced. See page 69/70 of the student handbook

Students (boys/girls) this is a reminder that you are not to wear hats, caps or other head coverings in the school buildings. See page 65 of your student handbook.

Students wanting to get their driving permit paper please notify the office two days in advance to see if you qualify. Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA (for semester) and must not owe any fees or fines.

Students must get notes from their teacher they want to see during 4th period prior to 4th period. Tardies will not be excused for failure to plan ahead.

Counselors:

Bauxite Ladies Association Scholarship application has been emailed to all seniors. Copies are also available in the Counselor’s Office.

Seniors: The Benton Area Chamber of Commerce is offering a $1000 scholarship to a Bauxite senior. Pick up an application in the Counselor’s Office. Deadline is May 1st.

Seniors check your email for scholarships!!!

SENIORS: 2016 Junior Auxiliary of Saline County Scholarship Application is available in the Counselor’s Office. Also sent to your email for review.

SENIORS: Information is available on First Electric Trust scholarships in the Counselor’s Office. If your family is a member of First Electric Cooperative – check out on email or in the Counselor’s Office

JUNIORS: First Electric Cooperative is once again taking applications for their Youth Tour. Interested juniors please pick up information in the Counselor’s Office or check your email account. Information has been emailed

Any senior interested in attending UALR Benton Center for fall semester please stop by the Counselor’s Office. First time only students may receive a scholarship in the amount of $2000. Scholarship Applications are in the Counselor’s Office

SENIORS: If your family is a member of the Saline County Farm Bureau please come by the counselor’s office and pick up their scholarship application.

SENIORS: If you family uses Fidelity as a service provider please pick up information on a 500$ scholarship

SENIORS – Please check your email for information about the Trinity Scholarship! We now have applications for the W. R. Alsobrook Scholarship. Please pick up the application in the counselor’s office. Deadline to submit is March 14th. It is a paper application.

Juniors: Check your school email for information on AR Governor’s School.

Seniors, there are scholarship opportunities offered by THEA. Scholarships are offered in creative writing, poetry, film making, dance, theater, fashion designs, singing/performing, and visual arts, 2D and 3D designs. For more information, visit www.theafoundation.org or stop by the counselors’ office.

Seniors in order to have your college day visit excused you need to pick up a college day form from the counselor’s office. Return the completed form to the High School Office. You must also bring back paper from the college with your name and date of visit, turn this into the High School Office.

18 Year Old Males – If you are a male and 18 years of age, it is your legal obligation to register with Selective Service. Registration applies to virtually all men living in the U.S., including immigrants, no matter their status.

Registration is quick and easy. Even though you MUST register at 18 years old, you may submit your information as early as 7 years and 3 months. You can register with the Selective Service on-line at www.sss.gov or any post office.

Activities:

Monday: Every Monday 4th period is reading day ~ students should have a book prior to class

Tuesday:

Wednesday:

March 2 ~ BCC meeting 4th period in the auditorium ~ office will call for students

Thursday:

March 3 ~ Henderson Talent Search ~ office will call for students

March 3 ~ Miner Baseball vs Poyen ~ game time 5pm

Friday:

March 4 ~ Miner Baseball vs Whitehall ~ game time 5pm

March 4 ~ Lady Miner Softball vs Bearden ~ game time 5pm

29 February, 2016 21:22

BAUXITE HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY

MARCH 1, 2016

First Bell Rings at 7:40 AM

ALL SCHOOL EVENTS/MEETINGS ARE SUBJECT TO DATE ~ TIME CHANGE OR CANCELLATION BY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION

Cell phones must be placed in the bin or your locker during class!

NO EXCEPTIONS!!

Consequences will be enforced

Lunch:

Students who are eating lunch must eat in the cafeteria or at the picnic tables. Students are not allowed to eat in the library, offices, or classrooms during any of the lunch times. This applies to ALL students.

Students going through the breakfast line all items must be visible until purchased

Breakfast: French Toast Strips, Gravy and Biscuits, Applesauce, Fruit Juice and Milk

Line 1: Chicken Nuggets, Mashed Potatoes, Carrots, Black-eyed Peas, Roll, Peaches, Fruit Juice and Milk

Line 2: Beef Burrito, Pinto Beans, Corn, Salsa, Fruit Cocktail, Sliced Peaches, Oatmeal Muffin Square, Veggie Sticks, Ranch Dressing or Chicken Fajita Wrap or Cheese Nachos with Chili and Beans, Fruit Juice and Milk

You may purchase Slushes and Nachos for $1.50 each

Congratulations:

Swim Meet of Champions on Saturday, February 27 in Bentonville. Joshua Sorvillo placed 2nd and received a silver medal in the 100 yard Breaststroke, coming in 3/100th of a second behind the winner. Joshua also placed 4th in the 100 yard Butterfly. Congratulations on this phenomenal accomplishment as you worked hard to achieve it.

Students:

Students who drive are not to be lingering after school in the parking lots. This includes afternoon vo-tech student. Upon returning from vo-tech you are to leave campus unless you are waiting for a sibling, then you are to report to the library until the 3:15 bell.

All juniors will be taking the State ACT on Tuesday, March 1st. The only thing you will bring to the testing room is your driver’s license, calculator, #2 pencils (no mechanical pencils). All cell phones should be kept in your car, locker or the counselor’s office along with your backpacks and purses. If your cell phone is taken up in a testing room you will not receive it back, the State will take it.

March 9th is the 3rd nine weeks AR deadline

Spring Volleyball tryouts for the 2016-17 volleyball season will be held in the Harrell Middle School Gym from 3:30 to 5:30 on Monday, February 29th, Tuesday, March 1st, and Thursday, March 3rd for any girls in the 9th, 10th and 11th grades. Skills and Drills will be done on Monday and Tuesday, March 1st and 2nd with the actual tryout on Thursday, March 3rd. Interested players must attend at least one of the Skills and Drills days on Monday and Tuesday in order to try out on Thursday and all prospective players must have a physical to tryout. If you would like to tryout, please see Coach Shamburger in Room 211 to sign up

Students with Dell Chromebooks can purchase a protective case and zipper pouch for $24.00 in the High School Office. This will stay on your Chromebook until you graduate and will help protect against damage.

Students according to your handbook on page 69 glass containers can break, leaving dangerous shards of glass. Glass containers should not be brought on the bus or to the campus. Only clear plastic or authorized metal containers are accepted. NO EXCEPTIONS. CONSEQUENCES WILL BE ENFORCED.

Students cannot go to their cars for lunches, books, etc. without permission during the school day.

Students you are NOT to tape/glue or use any other type of adhesive to adhere anything on the outside of the lockers as this pulls the paint off and you will be responsible for any damage.

Students this is a reminder about PDA (Public Display of Affection) ~ there should be NO hugging, kissing, arms around each other etc. Handholding is considered an acceptable display of affection. See student handbook. NO EXCEPTIONS! Consequences will be enforced. See page 69/70 of the student handbook

Students (boys/girls) this is a reminder that you are not to wear hats, caps or other head coverings in the school buildings. See page 65 of your student handbook.

Students wanting to get their driving permit paper please notify the office two days in advance to see if you qualify. Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA (for semester) and must not owe any fees or fines.

Students must get notes from their teacher they want to see during 4th period prior to 4th period. Tardies will not be excused for failure to plan ahead.

Counselors:

Bauxite Ladies Association Scholarship application has been emailed to all seniors. Copies are also available in the Counselor’s Office.

Seniors: The Benton Area Chamber of Commerce is offering a $1000 scholarship to a Bauxite senior. Pick up an application in the Counselor’s Office. Deadline is May 1st.

Seniors check your email for scholarships!!!

SENIORS: 2016 Junior Auxiliary of Saline County Scholarship Application is available in the Counselor’s Office. Also sent to your email for review.

SENIORS: Information is available on First Electric Trust scholarships in the Counselor’s Office. If your family is a member of First Electric Cooperative – check out on email or in the Counselor’s Office

JUNIORS: First Electric Cooperative is once again taking applications for their Youth Tour. Interested juniors please pick up information in the Counselor’s Office or check your email account. Information has been emailed

Any senior interested in attending UALR Benton Center for fall semester please stop by the Counselor’s Office. First time only students may receive a scholarship in the amount of $2000. Scholarship Applications are in the Counselor’s Office

SENIORS: If your family is a member of the Saline County Farm Bureau please come by the counselor’s office and pick up their scholarship application.

SENIORS: If you family uses Fidelity as a service provider please pick up information on a 500$ scholarship

SENIORS – Please check your email for information about the Trinity Scholarship! We now have applications for the W. R. Alsobrook Scholarship. Please pick up the application in the counselor’s office. Deadline to submit is March 14th. It is a paper application.

Juniors: Check your school email for information on AR Governor’s School.

Seniors, there are scholarship opportunities offered by THEA. Scholarships are offered in creative writing, poetry, film making, dance, theater, fashion designs, singing/performing, and visual arts, 2D and 3D designs. For more information, visit www.theafoundation.org or stop by the counselors’ office.

Seniors in order to have your college day visit excused you need to pick up a college day form from the counselor’s office. Return the completed form to the High School Office. You must also bring back paper from the college with your name and date of visit, turn this into the High School Office.

18 Year Old Males – If you are a male and 18 years of age, it is your legal obligation to register with Selective Service. Registration applies to virtually all men living in the U.S., including immigrants, no matter their status.

Registration is quick and easy. Even though you MUST register at 18 years old, you may submit your information as early as 7 years and 3 months. You can register with the Selective Service on-line at www.sss.gov or any post office.

Activities:

Monday: Every Monday 4th period is reading day ~ students should have a book prior to class

Tuesday:

March 1 ~ Junior Track @ Ashdown ~ start time 3:30

March 1 ~ Miner Baseball JV/V vs Magnet Cove ~ game time 5pm

Wednesday:

March 2 ~ BCC meeting 4th period in the auditorium ~ office will call for students

Thursday:

March 3 ~ Henderson Talent Search ~ office will call for students

March 3 ~ Lady Miner Softball, Miner Baseball vs Poyen ~ game time 5pm

Friday:

March 4 ~ Miner Baseball vs Whitehall ~ game time 5pm

26 February, 2016 21:19

BAUXITE HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY

FEBRUARY 29, 2016

First Bell Rings at 7:40 AM

ALL SCHOOL EVENTS/MEETINGS ARE SUBJECT TO DATE ~ TIME CHANGE OR CANCELLATION BY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION

Cell phones must be placed in the bin or your locker during class!

NO EXCEPTIONS!!

Consequences will be enforced

Lunch:

Students who are eating lunch must eat in the cafeteria or at the picnic tables. Students are not allowed to eat in the library, offices, or classrooms during any of the lunch times. This applies to ALL students.

Students going through the breakfast line all items must be visible until purchased

Breakfast: Donuts, Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Bar, Fresh Fruit, Fruit Juice and Milk

Line 1: Beef Vegetable Soup, Veggie Sticks, Ranch Dressing, Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Fresh Fruit, Fruit Juice and Milk

Line 2: Chicken Sandwich or Hot and Spicy Chicken Sandwich, Potato Puffs, Veggie Sticks, Ranch Dressing, Sliced Peaches or Cheese Nachos with Chili and Beans, Fruit Juice and Milk

You may purchase Slushes and Nachos for $1.50 each

Congratulations:

Students:

Students who drive are not to be lingering after school in the parking lots. This includes afternoon vo-tech student. Upon returning from vo-tech you are to leave campus unless you are waiting for a sibling, then you are to report to the library until the 3:15 bell.

All juniors will be taking the State ACT on Tuesday, March 1st. The only thing you will bring to the testing room is your driver’s license, calculator, #2 pencils (no mechanical pencils). All cell phones should be kept in your car, locker or the counselor’s office along with your backpacks and purses. If your cell phone is taken up in a testing room you will not receive it back, the State will take it.

Spring Volleyball tryouts for the 2016-17 volleyball season will be held in the Harrell Middle School Gym from 3:30 to 5:30 on Monday, February 29th, Tuesday, March 1st, and Thursday, March 3rd for any girls in the 9th, 10th and 11th grades. Skills and Drills will be done on Monday and Tuesday, March 1st and 2nd with the actual tryout on Thursday, March 3rd. Interested players must attend at least one of the Skills and Drills days on Monday and Tuesday in order to try out on Thursday and all prospective players must have a physical to tryout. If you would like to tryout, please see Coach Shamburger in Room 211 to sign up

Students with Dell Chromebooks can purchase a protective case and zipper pouch for $24.00 in the High School Office. This will stay on your Chromebook until you graduate and will help protect against damage.

Students according to your handbook on page 69 glass containers can break, leaving dangerous shards of glass. Glass containers should not be brought on the bus or to the campus. Only clear plastic or authorized metal containers are accepted. NO EXCEPTIONS. CONSEQUENCES WILL BE ENFORCED.

Students cannot go to their cars for lunches, books, etc. without permission during the school day.

Students you are NOT to tape/glue or use any other type of adhesive to adhere anything on the outside of the lockers as this pulls the paint off and you will be responsible for any damage.

Students this is a reminder about PDA (Public Display of Affection) ~ there should be NO hugging, kissing, arms around each other etc. Handholding is considered an acceptable display of affection. See student handbook. NO EXCEPTIONS! Consequences will be enforced. See page 69/70 of the student handbook

Students (boys/girls) this is a reminder that you are not to wear hats, caps or other head coverings in the school buildings. See page 65 of your student handbook.

Students wanting to get their driving permit paper please notify the office two days in advance to see if you qualify. Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA (for semester) and must not owe any fees or fines.

Students must get notes from their teacher they want to see during 4th period prior to 4th period. Tardies will not be excused for failure to plan ahead.

Counselors:

Bauxite Ladies Association Scholarship application has been emailed to all seniors. Copies are also available in the Counselor’s Office.

Seniors: The Benton Area Chamber of Commerce is offering a $1000 scholarship to a Bauxite senior. Pick up an application in the Counselor’s Office. Deadline is May 1st.

Seniors check your email for scholarships!!!

SENIORS: 2016 Junior Auxiliary of Saline County Scholarship Application is available in the Counselor’s Office. Also sent to your email for review.

SENIORS: Information is available on First Electric Trust scholarships in the Counselor’s Office. If your family is a member of First Electric Cooperative – check out on email or in the Counselor’s Office

JUNIORS: First Electric Cooperative is once again taking applications for their Youth Tour. Interested juniors please pick up information in the Counselor’s Office or check your email account. Information has been emailed

Any senior interested in attending UALR Benton Center for fall semester please stop by the Counselor’s Office. First time only students may receive a scholarship in the amount of $2000. Scholarship Applications are in the Counselor’s Office

SENIORS: If your family is a member of the Saline County Farm Bureau please come by the counselor’s office and pick up their scholarship application.

SENIORS: If you family uses Fidelity as a service provider please pick up information on a 500$ scholarship

SENIORS – Please check your email for information about the Trinity Scholarship! We now have applications for the W. R. Alsobrook Scholarship. Please pick up the application in the counselor’s office. Deadline to submit is March 14th. It is a paper application.

Juniors: Check your school email for information on AR Governor’s School.

Seniors, there are scholarship opportunities offered by THEA. Scholarships are offered in creative writing, poetry, film making, dance, theater, fashion designs, singing/performing, and visual arts, 2D and 3D designs. For more information, visit www.theafoundation.org or stop by the counselors’ office.

Seniors in order to have your college day visit excused you need to pick up a college day form from the counselor’s office. Return the completed form to the High School Office. You must also bring back paper from the college with your name and date of visit, turn this into the High School Office.

18 Year Old Males – If you are a male and 18 years of age, it is your legal obligation to register with Selective Service. Registration applies to virtually all men living in the U.S., including immigrants, no matter their status.

Registration is quick and easy. Even though you MUST register at 18 years old, you may submit your information as early as 7 years and 3 months. You can register with the Selective Service on-line at www.sss.gov or any post office.

Activities:

Monday: Every Monday 4th period is reading day ~ students should have a book prior to class

Tuesday:

March 1 ~ Junior Track @ Ashdown ~ start time 3:30

March 1 ~ Miner Baseball JV/V vs Magnet Cove ~ game time 5pm

March 1 ~ Pre Assessment Band Concert ~ 7pm

Wednesday:

March 2 ~ BCC meeting 4th period in the auditorium ~ office will call for students

Thursday:

March 3 ~ Henderson Talent Search ~ office will call for students

March 3 ~ Lady Miner Softball, Miner Baseball vs Poyen ~ game time 5pm

Friday:

March 4 ~ Band Assessment Concert @ Maumelle

March 4 ~ Miner Baseball vs Whitehall ~ game time 5pm

Saturday:

March 5 ~ Band Assessment Concert @ Maumelle

25 February, 2016 21:23

BAUXITE HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY

FEBRUARY 26, 2016

First Bell Rings at 7:40 AM

ALL SCHOOL EVENTS/MEETINGS ARE SUBJECT TO DATE ~ TIME CHANGE OR CANCELLATION BY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION

Cell phones must be placed in the bin or your locker during class!

NO EXCEPTIONS!!

Consequences will be enforced

Lunch:

Students who are eating lunch must eat in the cafeteria or at the picnic tables. Students are not allowed to eat in the library, offices, or classrooms during any of the lunch times. This applies to ALL students.

Students going through the breakfast line all items must be visible until purchased

Breakfast: Gravy and Biscuits or Chicken and Biscuit, Grapes, Fruit Juice and Milk

Line 1: Cheese Pizza, Salad, Ranch Dressing, Fruit Cocktail, Blue Raspberry Sorbet, Fruit Juice and Milk

Line 2: Salad with Fajita Chicken, Pears, Blue Raspberry Sorbet, with Baked Potato or Cheese Nachos with Chili and Beans, Fruit Juice and Milk

You may purchase Slushes and Nachos for $1.50 each

Congratulations:

Students:

Students who drive are not to be lingering after school in the parking lots. This includes afternoon vo-tech student. Upon returning from vo-tech you are to leave campus unless you are waiting for a sibling, then you are to report to the library until the 3:15 bell.

All juniors will be taking the State ACT on Tuesday, March 1st. The only thing you will bring to the testing room is your driver’s license, calculator, #2 pencils (no mechanical pencils). All cell phones should be kept in your car, locker or the counselor’s office along with your backpacks and purse. If your cell phone is taken up in a testing room you will not receive it back, the State will take it.

Spring Volleyball tryouts for the 2016-17 volleyball season will be held in the Harrell Middle School Gym from 3:30 to 5:30 on Monday, February 29th, Tuesday, March 1st, and Thursday, March 3rd for any girls in the 9th, 10th and 11th grades. Skills and Drills will be done on Monday and Tuesday, March 1st and 2nd with the actual tryout on Thursday, March 3rd. Interested players must attend at least one of the Skills and Drills days on Monday and Tuesday in order to try out on Thursday and all prospective players must have a physical to tryout. If you would like to tryout, please see Coach Shamburger in Room 211 to sign up

Students with Dell Chromebooks can purchase a protective case and zipper pouch for $24.00 in the High School Office. This will stay on your Chromebook until you graduate and will help protect against damage.

Students according to your handbook on page 69 glass containers can break, leaving dangerous shards of glass. Glass containers should not be brought on the bus or to the campus. Only clear plastic or authorized metal containers are accepted. NO EXCEPTIONS. CONSEQUENCES WILL BE ENFORCED.

Students cannot go to their cars for lunches, books, etc. without permission during the school day.

Students you are NOT to tape/glue or use any other type of adhesive to adhere anything on the outside of the lockers as this pulls the paint off and you will be responsible for any damage.

Students this is a reminder about PDA (Public Display of Affection) ~ there should be NO hugging, kissing, arms around each other etc. Handholding is considered an acceptable display of affection. See student handbook. NO EXCEPTIONS! Consequences will be enforced. See page 69/70 of the student handbook

Students (boys/girls) this is a reminder that you are not to wear hats, caps or other head coverings in the school buildings. See page 65 of your student handbook.

Students wanting to get their driving permit paper please notify the office two days in advance to see if you qualify. Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA (for semester) and must not owe any fees or fines.

Students must get notes from their teacher they want to see during 4th period prior to 4th period. Tardies will not be excused for failure to plan ahead.

Counselors:

Bauxite Ladies Association Scholarship application has been emailed to all seniors. Copies are also available in the Counselor’s Office.

Seniors: The Benton Area Chamber of Commerce is offering a $1000 scholarship to a Bauxite senior. Pick up an application in the Counselor’s Office. Deadline is May 1st.

Seniors check your email for scholarships!!!

SENIORS: 2016 Junior Auxiliary of Saline County Scholarship Application is available in the Counselor’s Office. Also sent to your email for review.

SENIORS: Information is available on First Electric Trust scholarships in the Counselor’s Office. If your family is a member of First Electric Cooperative – check out on email or in the Counselor’s Office

JUNIORS: First Electric Cooperative is once again taking applications for their Youth Tour. Interested juniors please pick up information in the Counselor’s Office or check your email account. Information has been emailed

Any senior interested in attending UALR Benton Center for fall semester please stop by the Counselor’s Office. First time only students may receive a scholarship in the amount of $2000. Scholarship Applications are in the Counselor’s Office

SENIORS: If your family is a member of the Saline County Farm Bureau please come by the counselor’s office and pick up their scholarship application.

SENIORS: If you family uses Fidelity as a service provider please pick up information on a 500$ scholarship

SENIORS – Please check your email for information about the Trinity Scholarship! We now have applications for the W. R. Alsobrook Scholarship. Please pick up the application in the counselor’s office. Deadline to submit is March 14th. It is a paper application.

Juniors: Check your school email for information on AR Governor’s School.

Seniors, there are scholarship opportunities offered by THEA. Scholarships are offered in creative writing, poetry, film making, dance, theater, fashion designs, singing/performing, and visual arts, 2D and 3D designs. For more information, visit www.theafoundation.org or stop by the counselors’ office.

Seniors in order to have your college day visit excused you need to pick up a college day form from the counselor’s office. Return the completed form to the High School Office. You must also bring back paper from the college with your name and date of visit, turn this into the High School Office.

18 Year Old Males – If you are a male and 18 years of age, it is your legal obligation to register with Selective Service. Registration applies to virtually all men living in the U.S., including immigrants, no matter their status.

Registration is quick and easy. Even though you MUST register at 18 years old, you may submit your information as early as 7 years and 3 months. You can register with the Selective Service on-line at www.sss.gov or any post office.

Activities:

Monday: Every Monday 4th period is reading day ~ students should have a book prior to class

Tuesday:

Wednesday:

Thursday:

Friday:

February 26 ~ FBLA will meet 4th period in the auditorium ~ check in with your teacher first

23 February, 2016 21:22

BAUXITE HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY

FEBRUARY 24, 2016

First Bell Rings at 7:40 AM

ALL SCHOOL EVENTS/MEETINGS ARE SUBJECT TO DATE ~ TIME CHANGE OR CANCELLATION BY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION

Cell phones must be placed in the bin or your locker during class!

NO EXCEPTIONS!!

Consequences will be enforced

Lunch:

Students who are eating lunch must eat in the cafeteria or at the picnic tables. Students are not allowed to eat in the library, offices, or classrooms during any of the lunch times. This applies to ALL students.

Students going through the breakfast line all items must be visible until purchased

Breakfast: Pancakes N Sausage, Gravy and Biscuits, Fruit Cocktail, Graham Crackers, Fruit Juice and Milk

Line 1: Meatball Sub Pickle Spear, Bake Beans, Potato Puffs, Strawberries/Bananas, Fresh Fruit, Fruit Juice and Milk

Line 2: Ham Sandwich, Potato Puffs, Baked Beans, Veggie Sticks, Ranch Dressing, Oranges, Kiwi Strawberry Swirl Sorbet, Corn Dog or Cheese Nachos with Chili and Beans, Fruit Juice and Milk

You may purchase Slushes and Nachos for $1.50 each

Congratulations:

Students:

Students who drive are not to be lingering after school in the parking lots. This includes afternoon vo-tech student. Upon returning from vo-tech you are to leave campus unless you are waiting for a sibling, then you are to report to the library until the 3:15 bell.

All 9th graders must have Chromebooks charged Thursday morning (February 25)

Students who want to attend a program of study at the Saline County Career Center this fall your applications are due to the counseling office no later than noon tomorrow, Wednesday, February 24.

Spring Volleyball tryouts for the 2016-17 volleyball season will be held in the Harrell Middle School Gym from 3:30 to 5:30 on Monday, February 29th, Tuesday, March 1st, and Thursday, March 3rd for any girls in the 9th, 10th and 11th grades. Skills and Drills will be done on Monday and Tuesday, March 1st and 2nd with the actual tryout on Thursday, March 3rd. Interested players must attend at least one of the Skills and Drills days on Monday and Tuesday in order to try out on Thursday and all prospective players must have a physical to tryout. If you would like to tryout, please see Coach Shamburger in Room 211 to sign up

Students with Dell Chromebooks can purchase a protective case and zipper pouch for $24.00 in the High School Office. This will stay on your Chromebook until you graduate and will help protect against damage.

Students according to your handbook on page 69 glass containers can break, leaving dangerous shards of glass. Glass containers should not be brought on the bus or to the campus. Only clear plastic or authorized metal containers are accepted. NO EXCEPTIONS. CONSEQUENCES WILL BE ENFORCED.

Students cannot go to their cars for lunches, books, etc. without permission during the school day.

Students you are NOT to tape/glue or use any other type of adhesive to adhere anything on the outside of the lockers as this pulls the paint off and you will be responsible for any damage.

Students this is a reminder about PDA (Public Display of Affection) ~ there should be NO hugging, kissing, arms around each other etc. Handholding is considered an acceptable display of affection. See student handbook. NO EXCEPTIONS! Consequences will be enforced. See page 69/70 of the student handbook

Students (boys/girls) this is a reminder that you are not to wear hats, caps or other head coverings in the school buildings. See page 65 of your student handbook.

Students wanting to get their driving permit paper please notify the office two days in advance to see if you qualify. Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA (for semester) and must not owe any fees or fines.

Students must get notes from their teacher they want to see during 4th period prior to 4th period. Tardies will not be excused for failure to plan ahead.

Counselors:

Bauxite Ladies Association Scholarship application has been emailed to all seniors. Copies are also available in the Counselor’s Office.

Seniors: The Benton Area Chamber of Commerce is offering a $1000 scholarship to a Bauxite senior. Pick up an application in the Counselor’s Office. Deadline is May 1st.

Seniors check your email for scholarships!!!

SENIORS: 2016 Junior Auxiliary of Saline County Scholarship Application is available in the Counselor’s Office. Also sent to your email for review.

SENIORS: Information is available on First Electric Trust scholarships in the Counselor’s Office. If your family is a member of First Electric Cooperative – check out on email or in the Counselor’s Office

JUNIORS: First Electric Cooperative is once again taking applications for their Youth Tour. Interested juniors please pick up information in the Counselor’s Office or check your email account. Information has been emailed

Any senior interested in attending UALR Benton Center for fall semester please stop by the Counselor’s Office. First time only students may receive a scholarship in the amount of $2000. Scholarship Applications are in the Counselor’s Office

SENIORS: If your family is a member of the Saline County Farm Bureau please come by the counselor’s office and pick up their scholarship application.

SENIORS: If you family uses Fidelity as a service provider please pick up information on a 500$ scholarship

SENIORS – Please check your email for information about the Trinity Scholarship! We now have applications for the W. R. Alsobrook Scholarship. Please pick up the application in the counselor’s office. Deadline to submit is March 14th. It is a paper application.

Juniors: Check your school email for information on AR Governor’s School.

Seniors, there are scholarship opportunities offered by THEA. Scholarships are offered in creative writing, poetry, film making, dance, theater, fashion designs, singing/performing, and visual arts, 2D and 3D designs. For more information, visit www.theafoundation.org or stop by the counselors’ office.

Seniors in order to have your college day visit excused you need to pick up a college day form from the counselor’s office. Return the completed form to the High School Office. You must also bring back paper from the college with your name and date of visit, turn this into the High School Office.

18 Year Old Males – If you are a male and 18 years of age, it is your legal obligation to register with Selective Service. Registration applies to virtually all men living in the U.S., including immigrants, no matter their status.

Registration is quick and easy. Even though you MUST register at 18 years old, you may submit your information as early as 7 years and 3 months. You can register with the Selective Service on-line at www.sss.gov or any post office.

Activities:

Monday: Every Monday 4th period is reading day ~ students should have a book prior to class

Tuesday:

February 23 ~ All 9th and 10th grade students will meet 4th period in the auditorium ~ office will call for students

Wednesday:

February 24 ~ Pulaski Tech Representative 4th period in the auditorium ~ office will call for students

Thursday:

February 25 ~ All 11th and 12th grade students will meet 4th period in the auditorium ~ office will call for students

February 25 ~ Prom Committee will meet 4th period in the library with Mrs. Peters

February 25 ~ Lady Miners vs Monticello at Dumas in the Regional Tournament ~ game time 4pm

Friday:

February 26 ~ FBLA will meet 4th period in the auditorium ~ check in with your teacher first

Saturday:

22 February, 2016 21:18

BAUXITE HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY

FEBRUARY 23, 2016

First Bell Rings at 7:40 AM

ALL SCHOOL EVENTS/MEETINGS ARE SUBJECT TO DATE ~ TIME CHANGE OR CANCELLATION BY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION

Cell phones must be placed in the bin or your locker during class!

NO EXCEPTIONS!!

Consequences will be enforced

Lunch:

Students who are eating lunch must eat in the cafeteria or at the picnic tables. Students are not allowed to eat in the library, offices, or classrooms during any of the lunch times. This applies to ALL students.

Students going through the breakfast line all items must be visible until purchased

Breakfast: French Toast Strips, Gravy and Biscuits, Applesauce, Fruit Juice and Milk

Line 1: Nachos with Ground Beef, Salsa, Pinto Beans, Oatmeal Raisin Cookie, Pineapple Chunks, Fresh Fruit, Fruit Juice and Milk

Line 2: Beef Burrito, Corn, Pinto Beans, Salsa, Fruit Cocktail, Sliced Peaches, Oatmeal Muffin Square or Cheese Nachos with Chili and Beans, Fruit Juice and Milk

You may purchase Slushes and Nachos for $1.50 each

Congratulations:

Students:

Students who drive are not to be lingering after school in the parking lots. This includes afternoon vo-tech student. Upon returning from vo-tech you are to leave campus unless you are waiting for a sibling, then you are to report to the library until the 3:15 bell.

All 9th graders must have Chromebooks charged Thursday morning (February 25)

Spring Volleyball tryouts for the 2016-17 volleyball season will be held in the Harrell Middle School Gym from 3:30 to 5:30 on Monday, February 29th, Tuesday, March 1st, and Thursday, March 3rd for any girls in the 9th, 10th and 11th grades. Skills and Drills will be done on Monday and Tuesday, March 1st and 2nd with the actual tryout on Thursday, March 3rd. Interested players must attend at least one of the Skills and Drills days on Monday and Tuesday in order to try out on Thursday and all prospective players must have a physical to tryout. If you would like to tryout, please see Coach Shamburger in Room 211 to sign up

Students please make sure that you have your name written on your bathroom pass and also put if you have first or second lunch next to your name.

Students with Dell Chromebooks can purchase a protective case and zipper pouch for $24.00 in the High School Office. This will stay on your Chromebook until you graduate and will help protect against damage.

Students according to your handbook on page 69 glass containers can break, leaving dangerous shards of glass. Glass containers should not be brought on the bus or to the campus. Only clear plastic or authorized metal containers are accepted. NO EXCEPTIONS. CONSEQUENCES WILL BE ENFORCED.

Students cannot go to their cars for lunches, books, etc. without permission during the school day.

Students you are NOT to tape/glue or use any other type of adhesive to adhere anything on the outside of the lockers as this pulls the paint off and you will be responsible for any damage.

Students this is a reminder about PDA (Public Display of Affection) ~ there should be NO hugging, kissing, arms around each other etc. Handholding is considered an acceptable display of affection. See student handbook. NO EXCEPTIONS! Consequences will be enforced. See page 69/70 of the student handbook

Students (boys/girls) this is a reminder that you are not to wear hats, caps or other head coverings in the school buildings. See page 65 of your student handbook.

Students wanting to get their driving permit paper please notify the office two days in advance to see if you qualify. Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA (for semester) and must not owe any fees or fines.

Students must get notes from their teacher they want to see during 4th period prior to 4th period. Tardies will not be excused for failure to plan ahead.

Counselors:

Bauxite Ladies Association Scholarship application has been emailed to all seniors. Copies are also available in the Counselor’s Office.

Seniors: The Benton Area Chamber of Commerce is offering a $1000 scholarship to a Bauxite senior. Pick up an application in the Counselor’s Office. Deadline is May 1st.

Seniors check your email for scholarships!!!

SENIORS: 2016 Junior Auxiliary of Saline County Scholarship Application is available in the Counselor’s Office. Also sent to your email for review.

SENIORS: Information is available on First Electric Trust scholarships in the Counselor’s Office. If your family is a member of First Electric Cooperative – check out on email or in the Counselor’s Office

JUNIORS: First Electric Cooperative is once again taking applications for their Youth Tour. Interested juniors please pick up information in the Counselor’s Office or check your email account. Information has been emailed

Seniors: If you’re enlisting in the military after graduation – please come by the Counselor’s Office and tell Ms. Smart. Mrs. Lupton would like to have this information to put in the yearbook

Any senior interested in attending UALR Benton Center for fall semester please stop by the Counselor’s Office. First time only students may receive a scholarship in the amount of $2000. Scholarship Applications are in the Counselor’s Office

SENIORS: If your family is a member of the Saline County Farm Bureau please come by the counselor’s office and pick up their scholarship application.

SENIORS: If you family uses Fidelity as a service provider please pick up information on a 500$ scholarship

SENIORS – Please check your email for information about the Trinity Scholarship! We now have applications for the W. R. Alsobrook Scholarship. Please pick up the application in the counselor’s office. Deadline to submit is March 14th. It is a paper application.

Juniors: Check your school email for information on AR Governor’s School.

Seniors, there are scholarship opportunities offered by THEA. Scholarships are offered in creative writing, poetry, film making, dance, theater, fashion designs, singing/performing, and visual arts, 2D and 3D designs. For more information, visit www.theafoundation.org or stop by the counselors’ office.

Seniors in order to have your college day visit excused you need to pick up a college day form from the counselor’s office. Return the completed form to the High School Office. You must also bring back paper from the college with your name and date of visit, turn this into the High School Office.

18 Year Old Males – If you are a male and 18 years of age, it is your legal obligation to register with Selective Service. Registration applies to virtually all men living in the U.S., including immigrants, no matter their status.

Registration is quick and easy. Even though you MUST register at 18 years old, you may submit your information as early as 7 years and 3 months. You can register with the Selective Service on-line at www.sss.gov or any post office.

Activities:

Monday: Every Monday 4th period is reading day ~ students should have a book prior to class

Tuesday:

February 23 ~ All 9th and 10th grade students will meet 4th period in the auditorium ~ office will call for students

Wednesday:

February 24 ~ Pulaski Tech Representative 4th period in the auditorium ~ office will call for students

Thursday:

February 25 ~ All 11th and 12th grade students will meet 4th period in the auditorium ~ office will call for students

February 25 ~ Lady Miners vs Monticello at Dumas in the Regional Tournament ~ game time 4pm

Friday:

February 26 ~ FBLA will meet 4th period in the auditorium ~ check in with your teacher first

Saturday:

19 February, 2016 21:43

BAUXITE HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY

FEBRUARY 22, 2016

First Bell Rings at 7:40 AM

ALL SCHOOL EVENTS/MEETINGS ARE SUBJECT TO DATE ~ TIME CHANGE OR CANCELLATION BY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION

Cell phones must be placed in the bin or your locker during class!

NO EXCEPTIONS!!

Consequences will be enforced

Lunch:

Students who are eating lunch must eat in the cafeteria or at the picnic tables. Students are not allowed to eat in the library, offices, or classrooms during any of the lunch times. This applies to ALL students.

Students going through the breakfast line all items must be visible until purchased

Breakfast: Donut, Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Bar, Apples, Fruit Juice and Milk

Line 1: Beef Fingers, Mashed Potatoes, Carrots, Broccoli, Wheat Roll, Fruit, Fruit Juice and Milk

Line 2:, Fruit Juice and Milk

You may purchase Slushes and Nachos for $1.50 each

Congratulations:

Students:

Students who drive are not to be lingering after school in the parking lots. This includes afternoon vo-tech student. Upon returning from vo-tech you are to leave campus unless you are waiting for a sibling, then you are to report to the library until the 3:15 bell.

Spring Volleyball tryouts for the 2016-17 volleyball season will be held in the Harrell Middle School Gym from 3:30 to 5:30 on Monday, February 29th, Tuesday, March 1st, and Thursday, March 3rd for any girls in the 9th, 10th and 11th grades. Skills and Drills will be done on Monday and Tuesday, March 1st and 2nd with the actual tryout on Thursday, March 3rd. Interested players must attend at least one of the Skills and Drills days on Monday and Tuesday in order to try out on Thursday and all prospective players must have a physical to tryout. If you would like to tryout, please see Coach Shamburger in Room 211 to sign up

Students please make sure that you have your name written on your bathroom pass and also put if you have first or second lunch next to your name.

Students with Dell Chromebooks can purchase a protective case and zipper pouch for $24.00 in the High School Office. This will stay on your Chromebook until you graduate and will help protect against damage.

Students according to your handbook on page 69 glass containers can break, leaving dangerous shards of glass. Glass containers should not be brought on the bus or to the campus. Only clear plastic or authorized metal containers are accepted. NO EXCEPTIONS. CONSEQUENCES WILL BE ENFORCED.

Students cannot go to their cars for lunches, books, etc. without permission during the school day.

Students you are NOT to tape/glue or use any other type of adhesive to adhere anything on the outside of the lockers as this pulls the paint off and you will be responsible for any damage.

Students this is a reminder about PDA (Public Display of Affection) ~ there should be NO hugging, kissing, arms around each other etc. Handholding is considered an acceptable display of affection. See student handbook. NO EXCEPTIONS! Consequences will be enforced. See page 69/70 of the student handbook

Students (boys/girls) this is a reminder that you are not to wear hats, caps or other head coverings in the school buildings. See page 65 of your student handbook.

Students wanting to get their driving permit paper please notify the office two days in advance to see if you qualify. Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA (for semester) and must not owe any fees or fines.

Students must get notes from their teacher they want to see during 4th period prior to 4th period. Tardies will not be excused for failure to plan ahead.

Counselors:

Bauxite Ladies Association Scholarship application has been emailed to all seniors. Copies are also available in the Counselor’s Office.

Seniors: The Benton Area Chamber of Commerce is offering a $1000 scholarship to a Bauxite senior. Pick up an application in the Counselor’s Office. Deadline is May 1st.

Seniors check your email for scholarships!!!

SENIORS: 2016 Junior Auxiliary of Saline County Scholarship Application is available in the Counselor’s Office. Also sent to your email for review.

SENIORS: Information is available on First Electric Trust scholarships in the Counselor’s Office. If your family is a member of First Electric Cooperative – check out on email or in the Counselor’s Office

JUNIORS: First Electric Cooperative is once again taking applications for their Youth Tour. Interested juniors please pick up information in the Counselor’s Office or check your email account. Information has been emailed

Seniors: If you’re enlisting in the military after graduation – please come by the Counselor’s Office and tell Ms. Smart. Mrs. Lupton would like to have this information to put in the yearbook

Any senior interested in attending UALR Benton Center for fall semester please stop by the Counselor’s Office. First time only students may receive a scholarship in the amount of $2000. Scholarship Applications are in the Counselor’s Office

SENIORS: If your family is a member of the Saline County Farm Bureau please come by the counselor’s office and pick up their scholarship application.

SENIORS: If you family uses Fidelity as a service provider please pick up information on a 500$ scholarship

SENIORS – Please check your email for information about the Trinity Scholarship! We now have applications for the W. R. Alsobrook Scholarship. Please pick up the application in the counselor’s office. Deadline to submit is March 14th. It is a paper application.

Juniors: Check your school email for information on AR Governor’s School.

Seniors, there are scholarship opportunities offered by THEA. Scholarships are offered in creative writing, poetry, film making, dance, theater, fashion designs, singing/performing, and visual arts, 2D and 3D designs. For more information, visit www.theafoundation.org or stop by the counselors’ office.

Seniors in order to have your college day visit excused you need to pick up a college day form from the counselor’s office. Return the completed form to the High School Office. You must also bring back paper from the college with your name and date of visit, turn this into the High School Office.

18 Year Old Males – If you are a male and 18 years of age, it is your legal obligation to register with Selective Service. Registration applies to virtually all men living in the U.S., including immigrants, no matter their status.

Registration is quick and easy. Even though you MUST register at 18 years old, you may submit your information as early as 7 years and 3 months. You can register with the Selective Service on-line at www.sss.gov or any post office.

Activities:

Monday: Every Monday 4th period is reading day ~ students should have a book prior to class

Tuesday:

February 23 ~ All 9th and 10th grade students will meet 4th period in the auditorium ~ office will call for students

Wednesday:

February 24 ~ Pulaski Tech Representative 4th period in the auditorium ~ office will call for students

Thursday:

February 25 ~ All 11th and 12th grade students will meet 4th period in the auditorium ~ office will call for students

Friday:

February 26 ~ FBLA will meet 4th period in the auditorium ~ check in with your teacher first

Saturday:

February 20 ~ Lady Miners vs Malvern in the District Tournament Consolation game at 3pm in Ashdown