DMS Mission Statement:
Dardanelle Middle School’s mission
is to create life-long learners and globally responsible citizens
through a partnership of students, families, staff and community.
We want to inspire all students to apply the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary
to become creative problem solvers, to achieve personal success
and to contribute to our diverse and dynamic world.
Empower and Inspire to Apply Knowledge
Achieve Personal Goals
Develop Responsible Global Citizens
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The Dardanelle School District recognizes many families rely on school meals.
The Dardanelle High School will be providing a GRAB-N-GO breakfast and lunch for ALL children during the week of March 16-20.
There will be no seating available, meals must be taken by students to go. GRAB-N-GO breakfast and lunch will be available to ALL children ages 1-18 years of age at NO CHARGE.
Breakfast will be available 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
Lunch will be available at 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Children must be accompanied by adults to receive meals. Children do not have to attend Dardanelle School District in order to receive a meal.
Parents, if you are unable to make it to this location and are in need of assistance, we encourage you to call the central office at 479-229-4111 or the high school office at 479-229-4655
Monday a.m. – Stokes-Room 210
Monday p.m. – Gilbert-Room 303
Tuesday a.m. – Fraley-Room 301
Tuesday p.m. – Gilbert-Room 303
Wednesday a.m. – Stokes-Room 210
Wednesday p.m. – Fraley-Room 301
Thursday a.m. – Fraley-Room 301
Thursday p.m. – Ross-Room 211
Friday a.m. – Ross-Room 211
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Dardanelle Middle School has been recognized by the Office for Education Policy at the University of Arkansas as a school where students are “Beating the Odds”! Students at DMS demonstrated high growth on the ACT Aspire. These growth scores reflect how much students at the school improved from 2016 compared to how much they were expected to grow.
Congratulations to students, teachers, and everyone who helped earn this OEP Beating the Odds award!!