Alma School District Newsletter April 6, 2018
Alma School District Newsletter
School News for April, 2018
Best in State Alma High School State Science Fair
Alma High School entered the State Science Fair at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway with 44 Students. Alma High School did extremely well with twelve 4th places, two 3rd places ($100 award), one 2nd place ($200 award) and four 1st place awards ($300 award). We also had another project qualify for an all expense paid trip to the International Science Fair in Pittsburgh by winning 2nd place overall. These awards are very difficult to obtain at state because there are other schools where registered research institutions are easily attainable. For us to compete with them is amazing due to our limited access to these high level research facilities. The state science fair gives out 5 Best in State trophies for all classifications. They determine the winners by the points each school receives from placement in the categories, and the total score is divided by the number of students they brought. We received 3rd Overall Best in State with the largest number of students in attendance beaten only by the Arkansas School for Mathematics, Science, and the Arts (ASMSA), and Little Rock Central.
Click here to see all the results from the State Science and Engineering Fair.
April 6Soccer @ Siloam Springs 4:30PM
Baseball @ Greenwood 5PM
NJROTC @ Tulsa Union
April 9Jr Track @ Kimmons
Baseball @ Northside 4:30PM
Softball @ Ozark 5 PM
The Alma Dance Department presents "Sideshow" Saturday, April 28th at 7 p.m. and Sunday, April 29th at 2 p.m. at the Alma Performing Arts Center. The show is an original story of a circus troupe and their journey to present their circus show to the public. The show features over 300 Alma School District students performing all styles of dance as well as acrobatics and various circus acts! This family friendly show is sure to be loved by all! Tickets are $15 and may be purchased at almapac.org or by calling the Alma PAC box office at 479-632-2129.. Purchase tickets online here.
See the Entertainment Fort Smith article this month about the great things that are in store for the show.
Congratulations to the Alma High School Concert Band and Alma High School Symphonic Wind Ensemble on receiving a Superior rating from every judge at the Region VIII Concert Assessment held at the PAC on April 5. #PrideOfAlma
Alma NJROTC sophomore, Brianna Hartman was recognized Tuesday night for her essay that was submitted to the Surface Navy Association(SNA). The SNA sponsors an essay competition each year for JROTC cadets to earn national recognition and cash prizes. Brianna's won second place in this year's competition. She receives a wooden plaque to commemorate the occasion, as well as $250 for herself and $500 for the NJROTC unit. Brianna Hartman's essay can be read here
NJROTC Changing of the GuardThe new officers were introduced in a ceremony on Tuesday, April 3 at the Alma High School Student Union.2018-2019 NJROTC StaffBack Row: Commanding Officer Israel Hatley, Executive Officer Alec Brow, Operations Officer Brianna Hartman, Supply Officer Michael Williams-Lowe, Armory Dylan Nichols, Education Services Cody Nichols, Community Service Coordinator Colton Morris.Front Row: Company Chief Brody Hughes, Administrative Officer Mary Strandguard, Public Affairs Winter Recinos.
Alma Safety Tip LinePlease see all our information about the Alma Safety Tip Line here.
Powder Puff VolleyballFind the entry form for the Powder Puff Volleyball event here.
The Alma High School Technology Student Association has qualified to compete at the National TSA Conference this summer in Atlanta. Our students need a specific competition uniform in order to compete.
We have partnered with Brooke Seals to have a LulaRoe open shopping night on April 11th after school until 6 pm in the High School Union. A portion of the proceeds will go to our students to help them afford their competition clothing.
Come buy some cute clothes and help out TSA!
SoftballVan Buren Tournament1st game lost to Rogers 0-42nd game beat Atkins 5-4 Peyton Barnhill hit a 3 run home run in the 4th3rd game beat Brookland 11-74th game beat Mena 15-05th game lost to White Hall 5-6 in the semi-finals Sophie Morrison hit a 2 run home run in the 3rdClarksville GameAlma Won 14-0 in 5 innings!Barnhill hit a double to centerfield to lead off the game then Jeana Wilson hit a single to left field to score Barnhill. Baley Williams grounds out 6-3, Morrison gets hit by pitch, Squires hit a 3 run home run over centerfield fence. Bailey Webb grounds out 5-3, Shelbi Hesson hit short to left field Taylor Coulson walks then Rachel Longmate gets a hit to centerfield to score Hesson.We score 2 in the 4th with Baley Williams hits a 2 run home run over centerfield fence scoring Longmate who had walked. 5th inning Squire singles to right field , Webb walks Hesson bunts to get on Coulson sac flys to centerfield to score one Longmate walks Barnhill hits to score 2 runs, Wilson hits to CF to score another run Morrison hits centerfield scores 2 runs but get out trying to get to Squires up again gets a hit to CF Webb strikes out.Squires goes 4-4 with a 3 run home run.Airedalettes are 9-9 overall and 3-3 in conference
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Kindergarten Registration will take place on Wednesday, April 11th from 8:45-10:00 am and Thursday, April 19th from 5:00-6:00 pm.
School ChoiceMay 1st is the deadline to submit the application for School Choice. If you have friends or family that are interested in enrolling in Alma Schools, please pass this information on to them.
Click here for the School Choice Application.
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