Education

Helping Huntsville High School seniors find their way into the workforce or chart a path through college played a part in Stetson Ledbetter being named Educator of the Year for 2024 by students and fellow faculty.

Austin Wayne Bell of Hindsville will be graduating from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) College of Medicine and College of Public Health on Saturday, May 18, in Little Rock. Before attending UAMS, Austin graduated from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, earning Summa Cum Laude honors.

On Saturday May 4, 2024, the North Arkansas College Adult Education Program held its GED graduation ceremony in the Pioneer Pavilion at North Arkansas College.

Two seniors from Huntsville High School were selected as Arkansas Governor’s Scholastic Honors students. 

Huntsville Intermediate celebrates March Positive Principal Referrals winners. March students were Taci Watkins, Bethany Honeycutt, and Colton Ford.  

Sixteen Huntsville High School seniors participated in the SkillsUSA National Signing Day event held at the Career and Technical Education Center on May 7.

Kingston FFA Advisor Cheryl Meyers took three students to the FFA State Convention in Hot Springs in April to receive their awards in the program. Peyton Parker received a buckle for being Top …

On April 9, St. Paul High School took 16 students, two teachers, and one parent to FCCLA’s state leadership conference and STAR event competitions in Hot Springs. FCCLA is a national Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) for students, in Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) education. 

Huntsville High School’s SkillsUSA advisor Sherri Plumlee, the high school’s RN, was named state advisor of the year this month at the state convention held in Hot Springs.

Huntsville School District Superintendent Jonathan Warren announced his resignation effective June 30 in an email to staff early Wednesday morning.

The Huntsville Academic Team competed in the Quiz Bowl State competition on Saturday, April 13. The team rated second based on wins and score after a perfect winning streak at regional completion. …

Kingston High School is proud to congratulate seniors Wade Bateman and Hunter Farrar on being selected by North Arkansas Community College to Weld in the USA Skills Welding Competition. Bateman is …

Kingston senior Sheridan Reynolds earned Silver in her FCCLA STAR event competition, Entrepreneurship Level 3. Her win secures her a ticket to FCCLA Nationals in Seattle, Wash., this summer. Sheridan …

Kingston senior Wade Bateman was a special guest at North Arkansas College’s Partnership Luncheon earlier this month.

Huntsville High School SkillsUSA held its Cruzin’ for Champions Auto Show on Saturday, March 30, at the AT & Georgia Mae Smith Activity Center.

The Huntsville School District will have a four-day school week next year after the Huntsville School Board approved the change in a 5-1 vote. Board President Whitney Comer voted against the motion and Board Member Natalie Swafford was absent.

Huntsville Intermediate celebrates January and February Positive Principal Referrals winners. 

During a second round of a school calendar survey, Huntsville School District parents and guardians are being asked to complete a paper survey on their top two preferred school calendar choices. Surveys are available at the administration offices through Friday. 

Huntsville School District is asking for input on four calendar options via an online survey available on the district’s website and Facebook page. 

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