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<p><strong>Book Parade</strong></p><p>Booneville Elementary School held their annual book parade recently. Students dressed as their favorite book characters and marched around the school. Special thanks to Ms. Anna Tharel, K-3 Librarian, who coordinates and plans the event, the Booneville High School Key Club who marched with the students, to the teachers and students who participated, as well as the parents that came and showed their support. Pictured are third grade students Kelsey Boersma and Jaydence Keatts.</p>

Book Parade

May 26, 2015 3:27pm

Book Parade

Booneville Elementary School held their annual book parade recently. Students dressed as their favorite book characters and marched around the school. Special thanks to Ms. Anna...

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<p><strong>Tyler Matthews opens a present he received just before graduation Thursday.</strong></p>

BHS CLASS OF 2015

May 19, 2015 4:44pm

Tyler Matthews opens a present he received just before graduation Thursday.

Taylor Nichols gets help with her hair and cap from Lauren Stevens.

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<p><strong>Corey Lee gets help from Mrs. Loyd before the ceremony.</strong></p>

J.D. LEFTWICH HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2015

May 19, 2015 4:43pm

Corey Lee gets help from Mrs. Loyd before the ceremony.

Excited selfie time for Cee la Yang, Hope Kohler and Lyric Shelton.

Brendan Scott gives...

Little Rock School Superintendent Starts Weekly Column

May 19, 2015 5:04am

LITTLE ROCK — In a move intended to increase transparency, the state-appointed superintendent of the Little Rock School District has begun a weekly column.

The district said in a news...

<p><strong>Cinco de Mayo</strong></p><p>Booneville Elementary School celebrated Cinco de Mayo on Tuesday. In Spanish, Cinco means 5 and Mayo means May. Every year on May 5th, Cinco de Mayo is celebrated. Cinco de Mayo is the day that the Mexican and Spanish culture is celebrated. Mexican food, music, and dances are used in the celebration. Along with our fresh fruits and vegetables program, Penjamo Restaurant made fresh guacamole and pico de gallo. Students also sampled fresh avocado and red, yellow, orange and green bell peppers. Students participated in the Mexican hat dance. Special thanks to Penjamo Restaurant, and to the volunteers who helped serve the students: Mayor Jerry Wilkins, Logan County Judge Ray Gack, Booneville Schools Superintendent, John Parrish, parent volunteer, Carla Parrish, K-3 Principal, Barbette Smithson, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Coordinator, Anne Jester, and the Booneville Elementary Cafeteria staff and custodians. Above is Mrs. Austin’s first grade class celebrating.</p>

Cinco de Mayo

May 12, 2015 1:18pm

Cinco de Mayo

Booneville Elementary School celebrated Cinco de Mayo on Tuesday. In Spanish, Cinco means 5 and Mayo means May. Every year on May 5th, Cinco de Mayo is celebrated. Cinco de...

<p><strong>Kindergarten Roundup</strong></p><p>Booneville Elementary School had their kindergarten “Round-up” last Tuesday. School officials say a special thanks to all who came out and helped with registration and that 64 kids registered for Kindergarten. Eye screenings, physicals, shot records and shots were available as well as wagon rides, Booneville Library information, pictures, snacks, and food nutrition information. It’s not too late to register. Call 675-2604 for more information. Above, Dr. Rick Ray screens soon-to-be Kindergartner, Gage O’Connor.</p>

Kindergarten Roundup

May 12, 2015 1:18pm

Kindergarten Roundup

Booneville Elementary School had their kindergarten “Round-up” last Tuesday. School officials say a special thanks to all who came out and helped with registration and...

Two Local Students Win Gold At SkillsUSA

May 12, 2015 1:18pm

University of Arkansas - Fort Smith students and students from the Western Arkansas Technical Center at UAFS won a total of 16 medals, 11 of them gold, in the 2015 Arkansas SkillsUSA Championships...

<p><strong>Time Capsule</strong></p><p>Third grade students at Magazine Elementary School recently made a time capsule. It was closed on April 10. It will not be opened until the year 2024, the year the students are seniors. Items in the capsule include newspaper clippings, letters from grandparents and parents, signatures, best friends, favorite books, photographs and more.</p>

Time Capsule

May 05, 2015 11:22am

Time Capsule

Third grade students at Magazine Elementary School recently made a time capsule. It was closed on April 10. It will not be opened until the year 2024, the year the students are...

<p><strong>Earth Day</strong></p><p>Booneville Elementary School fourth grade students recently celebrated Earth Day.</p>

Earth Day

May 05, 2015 11:21am

Earth Day

Booneville Elementary School fourth grade students recently celebrated Earth Day.

Earth Day

Booneville Elementary School fourth grade students recently celebrated Earth...

<p>The University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service held a program called Farm To You for about 400 Booneville Elementary School Students last Wednesday. The interactive program is designed for students to experience where there food comes from and how healthy foods help their bodies. Following a farm scene, students learned about food production, selecting healthy foods and how the food affects their bodies.</p>

Arkansas Farm To You

Apr 29, 2015 10:46am

The University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service held a program called Farm To You for about 400 Booneville Elementary School Students last Wednesday. The interactive program is designed...

<p>Students in the 3rd/4th grade Magazine Gifted and Talented program participated in STEM day at the University of the Ozarks on April 15. Pictured (from left) are Ellie Haller, Cassidy Turner, Brock Gentry, Emily Powell, Raeleigh Case and Zoi Figley. Haller, Turner and Figley won 3rd place in the catapult division.</p>

STEM Day

Apr 29, 2015 10:45am

Students in the 3rd/4th grade Magazine Gifted and Talented program participated in STEM day at the University of the Ozarks on April 15. Pictured (from left) are Ellie Haller, Cassidy Turner,...

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