During Round-Up, principals will meet with parents while teachers conduct orientation sessions for the children. Parents should bring the following documents to Round-Up:
- The child’s birth certificate
- The child's shot record. Children must be fully immunized before entering school.
- The child’s Social Security number. The district will assign a state number if the child does not have a social security number.
- The child’s Medicaid number, if applicable.
- A completed copy of the “Student Information” form.
MARCH 5 – 8, 2014
CONWAY HIGH SCHOOL - BUZZ BOLDING ARENA
Buzz Bolding arena is located at 2300 Prince Street, Conway AR 72034 (inside the Conway High School Campus).
ADMISSION: Gates will open 1-1/2 hours before the first game of the day. Admission price is $6.00. This will be for all spectators; kindergarten and up. If you leave, you will have to purchase another ticket to re-enter. AAA passes will be accepted. Please show your pass to the gate worker for admission.
T-SHIRTS: Image One will be selling t-shirts on the main floor of Buzz Bolding Arena.
From the Little Rock area: Take I-40 to Conway exit #127 (US 64W). Turn Left onto US 64/Oak Street. Continue to follow Oak Street past the fire station. Oak Street turns into Caldwell Street. Continue to follow Caldwell through Donaghey. Caldwell turns to the right and ends at a round-a-bout on Prince Street. This intersection is directly south of the Buzz Bolding Arena.
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Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Annex Auditorium at the NLRHS Sophomore Campus
6:00 - 7:30 pm
Parents of students in grades 10-12 for the 2014-2015 school year are required to attend this meeting in order to tryout for the 2014-15 Varsity Dance Team. Information concerning clinics, tryouts, requirements, changes in the spirit handbook, and costs for participation will be discussed.
If there are any questions, please contact Melissa Walls email@example.com , Tiffany Bryant firstname.lastname@example.org , Shandria Gordon email@example.com , or Dewayne Noble firstname.lastname@example.org .
1st Madison Dawson Lakewood Elementary Primary 2nd
2nd Amaya Hargrove Meadow Park Elementary Primary 1st
3rd Hallie Singleton Lakewood Elementary Primary 1st
1st Elijah Jefferson Meadow Park Elementary Intermediate 4th
2nd Hannah Armstrong Amboy Elementary Intermediate 5th
3rd Raven James Amboy Elementary Intermediate 4th
1st Dakota Leker Crestwood Elementary Intermediate 4th
2nd Ashley Black Indian Hills Elementary Intermediate 3rd
HM Kai Davis Crestwood Elementary Intermediate 4th
HM Will Harrison Crestwood Elementary Intermediate 4th
1st Caleb Stafford North Heights Elementary Primary
2nd Sophia Garza North Heights Elementary Primary
3rd Alexander Harris Meadow Park Elementary Primary
HM Kaley Haskins North Heights Elementary Primary
HM Calea Hymes Amboy Elementary Primary
2nd Evelyn Moran North Heights Elementary Intermediate
HM Ana Christina Peral North Heights Elementary Intermediate
HM Keshume Smith North Heights Elementary Intermediate
3rd Harrison Richmond Lakewood Elementary Primary
1st Claire Green Indian Hills Elementary Intermediate
2nd Jasmine Harper Lynch Drive Elementary Intermediate
HM Max Green Indian Hills Elementary Intermediate
HM Luke Skinner Indian Hills Elementary Intermediate
HM Caleb Smith Lakewood Elementary Intermediate
1st Austin Eanes Indian Hills Elementary Primary
HM Michael Phelps Lakewood Elementary Primary
HM Miller Wallace Boone Park Elementary Primary
1st Caleb Cowley Indian Hills Elementary Intermediate
2nd Hunter Cameron Indian Hills Elementary Intermediate
3rd Kendal LeQuieu Indian Hills Elementary Intermediate
HM Cody Kyzer Crestwood Elementary Intermediate
3rd Ava Armstrong Crestwood Elementary Intermediate
HM Campbell Lolbner Lakewood Elementary Intermediate
HM Jordan Mitchell Seventh Street Elementary Intermediate
1st Aurora King Lakewood Elementary Middle School
Attention Preschool/Elementary Students (ages 4-12):
The NLRHS Theatre Dance III & IV classes are offering a DANCE WORKSHOP for you! Please join us on Saturday, May 3rd from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm in the NLRHS Freshman Campus dance studio for an exciting day of dance and fun! The cost for the workshop is $35.00 (Cash only, please).
All participants in the workshop will learn a dance that they will perform in the spring dance concert at North Little Rock High School on May 10th at 3:00 pm. The dance concert will also feature the NLRHS Dance Troupe and Theatre Dance I-IV classes.
*There will be a dress rehearsal on Wednesday, May 7th from 4:00 - 5:30 pm.
Registration forms and money are due by Friday, April 18th.
Sign-up early! Workshop fills up QUICKLY! Last year, it filled up within two weeks! We will accept the first 60 applicants!
Applications Accepted Now - Apr. 1
Little Rock, Ark. (February 6, 2014) – April 1, 2014 is the deadline for approximately 200 private scholarships managed by Arkansas Community Foundation. Arkansas students can go to www.arcf.org/scholarships to apply.
“This is a great opportunity for Arkansas students to find support to continue their education,” said Heather Larkin, president and CEO of the Community Foundation. “Increasing the education level of our citizens is one of the most important ways we can improve Arkansas’s communities, and we’re honored to help connect students with the resources they need to keep learning.”
Each scholarship has its own eligibility criteria; in general, the Community Foundation’s scholarships are for Arkansas students pursuing higher education at two- or four-year colleges or universities, vocational schools or technical training programs. Some scholarships are designated for graduates of a particular high school or those who plan to attend a particular college. Others are based on extracurricular activities or intended college majors.
Scholarships with statewide eligibility include:
- The Arkansas Service Memorial Scholarship, awarded annually to children of Arkansans who lost their lives in service to the state, nation or community.
- AT&T War Memorial Scholarship, awarded to Arkansas veterans enrolling full-time at an accredited two- or four-year collect or university in Arkansas.
- Elizabeth G. Redman Republican Party of Arkansas Scholarship, for students who are active members of the Republican Party of Arkansas.
- Jim Pledger Memorial Scholarship, for graduating seniors who have participated in livestock or art exhibits at the Arkansas State Fair.
- Merwin T. and Agnes Bowman Nursing Scholarship, for students seeking a bachelor of science in nursing or equivalent degree or licensing as a registered state nurse
- Ryan Mondy D.A.S.H. Memorial Scholarship, to provide scholarships to people whose lives have been affected by cancer.
- Marie and Bob Marshall Republican Party of Arkansas Scholarship, for students who are active members of the Republican Party of Arkansas.
- Poultry Federation Scholarship, for sophomore through graduate level students interested in pursuing a degree related to the poultry and egg industry.
- Ragsdale-Johnson Scholarship, for students pursuing a degree in history, languages, engineering, mathematics or science at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville or University of Arkansas at Little Rock, with a preference for non-traditional students
- Ray Messer Scholarship, for employees of Little Caesars Pizza of Arkansas and/or dependents of employees who have a desire to further their education.
“Funding for these scholarships comes from families, businesses and individuals who want to support higher education and invest Arkansas students,” said Larkin. “These donors determine the size and eligibility criteria for the scholarships they create, and we manage the scholarship process on their behalf.”
More information about these and other scholarships is available online at www.arcf.org/scholarships.
Arkansas Community Foundation is a nonprofit organization that fosters smart giving to improve communities. The Community Foundation offers tools to help Arkansans protect, grow and direct their charitable dollars as they learn more about community needs. By making grants and sharing knowledge, the Community Foundation supports charitable programs that work for Arkansas and partners to create new initiatives that address the gaps. Since 1976, the Community Foundation has provided more than $108 million in grants and partnered with thousands of Arkansans to help them improve our neighborhoods, our towns and our entire state. Contributions to the Community Foundation, its funds and any of its 27 affiliates are fully tax deductible.
Team team members that participated the day of the tournament: Rob Nelson, Spencer Soule, Josh Nilz, Brendan Midkiff, Daniel Adams, Abby Adams, Lauren Foster, and Kaitlyn Akel. Brad Briggs, teacher at NLRHS, is the coach.