School News Archive

  • Sloan-Hendrix Kindergarten Registration

    Sloan-Hendrix will have kindergarten registration on Thursday, March 14th from 3:30-6:00.  Any child who will be five years of age on or before August 1, 2019 will be eligible to enroll.  Parents must provide the following records to complete registration requirements: birth certificate, social security card, immunization records. and kindergarten health physical.  If you are […]

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  • Upcoming Important Dates at Sloan-Hendrix Schools

    Upcoming Important Dates at Sloan-Hendrix Schools including Spring Break. American Red Cross Blood Drive- March 12, 12-4 in Health Science building Parent/Teacher Conferences- March 14 Deadline for BRTC MASH Camp- March 15 No School- March 15 Spring Break- March 18-22 Donkey Basketball Ballgame- March 26, […]

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  • Sloan-Hendrix 5th and 6th grade students present Native American and Egyptian Projects

    Mrs. Sue Dail’s fifth grade social studies students completed and presented Native American Projects to the class. These were done as part of their studies of the Native Americans of North America. Mrs. Sue Dail’s sixth grade world history students made Egyptian projects as part […]

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  • 2018 Sloan- Hendrix Black and Gold Games

    The Black and Gold games will be held at Sloan- Hendrix on Monday, October 8th beginning at 5:00 pm. All teams will play! Citizens Bank will be providing free food for this event. The Sloan-Hendrix PTE will be holding a canned food drive and will […]

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  • Imboden Area Charter School Open House/First Day

    The Imboden Area Charter School starts August 13th. Open House for all students will be Thursday, August 9th from 4 to 6 pm New students should bring a copy of birth certificates and social security cards (unless you have already provided these). Looking forward to […]

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  • Imboden Area Charter School Receives “Beating the Odds” Award

    The Imboden Area Charter School received notification from Office for Education Policy at the University of Arkansas that the Charter School students were “Beating the Odds”. Students at the school demonstrated high growth on the ACT Aspire even though the school serves a high-poverty population. […]

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