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Dardanelle High School Daily Bulletin

Monday, March 26, 2018



Week At A Glance


  • 11th GT meet cafeteria, advisory       


  • History Club meet advisory, cafeteria


  • Senior Class Group Picture---advisory


  • All teachers evaluation conference—Lawrence Office, Prep Period


  • No School For Students---Professional Day




ACT Prep Class:  June 18-22 (last week of summer school)  noon-4:00 daily.  Free.  Dardanelle High School.   SIGN UP NOW IN OFFICE SO WE CAN SEE IF IT MAKES!


Help the wives of Yell County Police Officers “Stuff a Squad Car” at Wal-Mart Super Center with kid friendly snacks for River Valley Food For Kids, Friday, April 6th,3:30-7:00.  Big competition with Pope County---support our Sheriff Department! 


Ladies, if you did not play basketball this year but are interested in trying out for the team next year, see Coach McCoy before spring break.


Teachers:  9 week grades must be in the system by 8 a.m. on Tuesday 27th (one day after we return from spring break).  Report cards will be mailed during the week after spring break.


Congratulations Jayci Metcalf and Melanie Rodriguez!  These seniors will be honored by Governor Asa Hutchinson at the Governor’s Mansion as some of Arkansas’ Best and Brightest seniors.  They worked for this honor and we are proud of them!  That’s something the rest of us might notice:  even the smartest WORK hard for their success!


Seniors:  as more scholarships become available in the Spring, it is extremely important for you to keep up in advisory and consult the Senior Notebook!  What you make happen in advisory this semester, is important to your opportunities after graduation.  Be serious; keep up.


The Brad Ware Memorial Scholarship is available and will go to one of our own seniors.  There is an application with senior advisors. The deadline is soon:  April 2nd.


Summer School:  we will take sign up for summer school beginning the day after Spring Break.  The cost is $85. at time of sign up for each semester class (it is possible to take two classes during the summer term).  The term is June 4-June 22.  It is 15 days long with no absences allowed.  The morning session is 7:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.  The afternoon session is Noon until 4 P.M.  five days a week for three weeks.  All classes are remedial in nature and all are required one-chance-to-pass in the regular school terms (meaning you must make them up in summer school unless you come for a portion of a 5th year.)


Driver Education, one half credit, is not remedial.  It requires a beginning driver license and it costs $150.


7:30-11:30 a.m. June 4-June 22

  • Algebra I 2nd semester
  • Geometry 2nd semester
  • Civics
  • Science (biology or chemistry) 2nd semester
  • English
  • Driver Education


Noon-4:00 p.m. June 4-June 22

  • World History 2nd semester
  • Algebra I  2nd semester
  • Speech or Critical Reading
  • Upper Level Math (Algebra II)
  • Driver Education