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I hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving break, and I hope you remembered to be thankful. Remember how we’ve been talking about your health and being grateful helps your brain and body? more
Lead Hill School will host Oark during the homecoming game, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 2. The junior boys will play first, followed by the Homecoming Ceremony. Alumni that graduated in years that end in “3” will be recognized that night. more
Project WILD is an education program rooted in nature that helps educators bring the outdoors to their students. Participants learn about the natural world with hands-on experience they can pass on to their students. Participants will earn six ADE Professional Development hours and receive a curriculum guide with over 150 lessons. Admission is free. The training will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m Saturday, Dec. 3. more
Next week you will be out of school. So are there any “thankful” shouts out there for good food, pumpkin pie and no school days? That’s right. We’ve been learning about … more
Alpena High School held their first quarter recognition assembly on Friday, Oct. 21. High School students and staff gathered in the Leopard Den for the first recognition assembly of the year, a … more
KindergartenEleanor ArcherMary GashHarper JamesElizabeth PowellAyden Sale Samuel StewardCreedence Worley 1st gradeAva BuschBentley Clark Lowery Hill Arik JamersonTinsley MoodyHollieann … more
All A’s Donovan Lee Berry Cody Steven BlockLaini Raiann BlockLily Bray Chole Grace CantwellHayden Kayleigh CoffmanElla Katherine CurryOlivia Dolloff Blair Nichole EppesCierra Elaine EppesVictor … more
The Boone County Extension hosted the Progressive Agriculture Safety Days with around 400 fourth grade students from area county schools. The two day event was held at the fairgrounds and the students learned safety aspects from numerous qualified teachers. more
We are learning that being thankful helps our brain work better and we feel better than when we are grumpy. more
The Woman’s Book Club met on Wednesday, Oct. 5, at the Boone County Library. Tracie Thomas, Harrison High School Librarian, informed the members about the GOBSMOBILE and the services that it … more
3rd grade All A'sJacob EmanuelKayelynn MartinColin MarberryAlaina ColemanClaire DavenportKarah JonesKinley SmithSavannah CriffieldCaroline GoodwinRaelee MethvinJosie ThiemeCarli Youse 4th grade … more
All A’s Grady HankinsRylea MartinGarrett PriceDelaney ReddellEmmalyn DennistonRobert DotsonChloe HodgeMadelyn MartinWilla YoungAlana DuncanEmily SextonBrook ShepherdNeila FowlerAnthony … more
Students from Alpena raised over $650 to donate to ChemHo-Ho Hope in Berryville for breast cancer awareness at the pink out game. ChemHo-Ho Hope was founded by Larissa Allen, a teacher from the … more
Harrison native, Ebony Mitchell, Miss Arkansas visited several schools on Tuesday, Nov. 1.  Mitchell's platform is Internet Safety and she shared good habits with the students. more
Thankfulness benefits your health. I know we’ve been taught to say “thank you” but sometimes the words come out of our mouth, but we don’t really mean it.  But if you … more
The Shiloh Museum of Ozark History's award-winning Native American Days school program will return virtually Nov. 17-18 with presentations by archeologists and members of Native American tribal … more
The community is invited to join the Flippin Middle and High School students and staff honor all veterans and families in the Flippin High School Gymnasium at 8:30am. Doors will open at 8 a.m. with a … more
The Ozark Mountain School District Homecoming will be held Friday, Nov. 4 at the Western Grove campus. The OMSD Bears will play Omaha beginning at 5:30 p.m. with the Junior Boys game, followed by … more
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