School keeps you safe, it educates you, it prepares you for your future. Don’t miss out! #DevilDogsLoveSchool
Today is Superhero Day in the SCCSD. 3rd grade student, Rae Eubanks, dressed as her favorite superhero, Ms. Ella Purdom, a student teacher in Ms. Stephanie Mourot's class.
Public education serves as the heartbeat of our communities, paving the way for equitable opportunities and growth for all of our scholars, and fostering the potential within each child. In our schools, the focus extends beyond teaching and learning; it's a journey dedicated to fostering the unique talents and dreams of each student. This emphasis is pivotal in sculpting future generations to contribute to a flourishing society. In vibrant neighborhoods, the collaboration between schools, families, and community members is evident everywhere, focused on helping each child thrive. Considering the individual needs of every student, public schools offer a diverse range of choices in programs and services, continually adapting to meet present challenges and seize future opportunities. In today’s fast-paced world, public schools are enhancing both their academic and extracurricular offerings, catering to the diverse and evolving needs of students and community, and integrating technology and innovations to elevate the learning process. Public Schools Week is an annual celebration uniting schools, families, communities, and all of us to strengthen collaborations and highlight strategies for ongoing improvement. Join the South Conway County School District in supporting our schools and uplifting our scholars and staff! #ProudtobeaDevilDog
February 27th Calendar of Events: 1. 11th Grade ACT Test 2. 12th Grade WorkKeys Test 3. Baseball vs. Booneville @ Devil Dog Yard - 4:30 p.m. 4. Soccer @ LR Mills 5. Girls BB State Tournament @ Farmington - 7:00 p.m. “Kindness in words creates confidence. Kindness in thinking creates profoundness. Kindness in giving creates love.“ - Lao Tzu
Students who miss fewer days become better readers. #DevilDogsRead
February 26th Calendar of Events: 1. Baseball @ Vilonia - 4:30 p.m. 2. Softball @ Hackett - 4:30 p.m. 3. Soccer vs. LR Mills @ Devil Dog Stadium - 5:00 p.m. “Believe in yourself! Have faith in your abilities! Without a humble but reasonable confidence in your own powers you cannot be successful or happy.“ - Norman Vincent Peale
By 6th grade, chronic absence becomes a leading indicator that a student will drop out of high school.
The Girls and Boys Sr. Basketball Teams have punched their ticket to the 4A State Tournament! The tournament will be held from Tuesday, February 27th, to Saturday, March 2nd, in Farmington, AR at Cardinal Arena (12329 North Highway 170, Farmington). Our arena is one of the best facilities in the state, with plenty of parking, and it will accommodate 2400 spectators. Arkansas Public Safety Solutions (APSS) is providing weapons detection screening by Evolv at the 4A State Basketball Tournament to help keep students and fans safe. Evolv Express relies on cutting-edge sensor technology to differentiate between weapons and everyday objects. However, we kindly request that you avoid carrying items such as umbrellas, stadium seats, laptops, and notebooks with metal binders into the arena to help us expedite the screening process.
February 23rd Calendar of Events:
Students with poor attendance score lower than their peers who attend school regularly on national skills assessments, regardless of race or ethnicity. Chronic absenteeism can be a better predictor of school failure than test scores.
February 22nd Calendar of Events:
Research shows that missing 10 percent of the school, or about 18 days in most school districts, negatively affects a student’s academic performance. That’s just two days a month and that’s known as chronic absence.
Did you know that attending school regularly often results in improved graduation rates and increasing academic achievement? 🎓🍎 Let’s help our students at SCCSD be successful by encouraging attendance! Attendance Matters! #loveservecare
February 21st Calendar of Events:
Attending school regularly is essential to students gaining the academic, social and emotional skills they need to thrive.🌟Let’s help SCCSD students build a habit of good attendance early & often. Attendance Matters! We can't wait to see our students! #loveservecare
February 20th Calendar of Events:
There will be no school on Monday, Feb. 19th for Presidents Day.
Reminder: No School on Friday, February 16th.
There will be no school on Friday, February 16th for Winter Break.
Help the SCCSD show our appreciation to our great school resource officers.