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Thanksgiving Introduced to HSJA Students
11/18/2018
In a rare opportunity, HSJA English Language Development Instructor Mrs. Briner was able to arrange for a full Thanksgiving experience for 7th-8th grade students, after learning that many of them had never tasted items included in a traditional Thanksgiving meal.
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Student Enrollment Opens for Sister City Program
11/18/2018
Each year, the Hot Springs National Park Sister City Foundation graciously sponsors a trip for 8-11th grade students from Garland County to Hanamaki, Japan (Sister City to Hot Springs) for approximately one week. Up to 10 students will be chosen to travel to represent Hot Springs in early June, 2019. Learn more about how to apply to be part of student delegation and how to apply for a scholarship!
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Trojan Good Things, 11/16
11/16/2018
This week’s shout-out goes out to OVPA staff and students for creating a moving, magical experience in the delivery of Mary Poppins, Jr. - and most importantly - for creating an annual production, which includes a cast of 500+ students, that creatively allows the talents of our wonderful diversity of students to shine. Also, see an anonymous shoutout to our excellent staff at HSWCHS, and their efforts to create complete power standards for each course offering. Finally - we wish everyone a wonderful Thanksgiving Break! Thank you for the work you do (staff AND students!), and thank you for choosing to do it here. Trojan ‘Good Things’ is a weekly shout out from #HSSD Superintendent Dr. Stephanie Nehus to those individuals in our school community who are doing amazing things!
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HSSD Students Hear from Holocaust Survivor
11/16/2018
27 HSSD high school GT students joined more than 200 across Arkansas in attending “Near Normal Man: A Conversation with a Holocaust Survivor,” at the Clinton Center in Little Rock. Students viewed a 30-minute documentary film, “Near Normal Man,” which is based on the life of Ben Stern. In a rare opportunity, they then also got to hear from Mr. Stern about his lifelong commitment to retelling the story of the Holocaust in the hopes of stopping social injustice for future generations. Learn more about the event, here.
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