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Freshman find a creative way to make money

Freshman find a creative way to make money

News November 3, 2011 at 11:28 AM 0 comments

 A few of the Freshmen girls have found a unique way to spend their time and make money, by making decorative  boards they sell and these boards have become very popular here in Searcy. Freshman Hannah Osborne  says they got the idea because her mom got a Cricut for herRead More

Red Ribbon Week celebrates drug free lifestyle

Red Ribbon Week celebrates drug free lifestyle

News, Video November 2, 2011 at 11:48 AM 0 comments

  Schools across the country observe Red Ribbon Week each October.  At most schools, students receive a red ribbon which stands for being drug free.  Most students receive their red ribbons without thinking of the actual meaning behind the red ribbon, but some students know what the ribbon stands for.Read More

Fall Festival delights kids, parents

Fall Festival delights kids, parents

News November 1, 2011 at 1:41 PM 0 comments

  Every year the Beta Club hosts a Fall Halloween Festival for the surrounding community. Many members of Beta choose to participate by dressing up, helping run an activity, and bringing candy. This year the festival, held on Oct. 27, had an abundance of candy with almost every member bringing twoRead More

Students, teachers endure pain of flu shots

Students, teachers endure pain of flu shots

News October 31, 2011 at 2:01 PM 0 comments

Students and teachers took advantage of free flu shot when the state health department showed up for a flu clinic recently SHS Freshman Brooklyn Rice says”That the flu shot is a shot that prevent’s you from getting the flu” Laura Beth Philips, nursing student said the clinic is something thatRead More

Spanish teacher wins Teacher of Year award

Spanish teacher wins Teacher of Year award

News October 30, 2011 at 2:34 PM 0 comments

Spanish teacher, Lori Nielsen was honored with the school district Teacher of the Year award at reception in her honor. Nielsen was recognized for the award along with Edwin Sherwood and Kelly McKenzie for achieving National Merit semi finalist status. After the awards were given, the choir performed, and  Mr. ClaudeRead More

Fifty singers make All-Region choir

Fifty singers make All-Region choir

News October 25, 2011 at 2:50 PM 0 comments

Fifty choir members were named to the All-Region choir recently with five more students named alternates. “The Junior High school cafeteria was absolutely packed there was no room at all,” freshman Jessica Bryant said. Choir teacher Tina Niederbrach was pleased with the outcome. “I am very proud because out ofRead More

Choir prepares for All Region tryouts

Choir prepares for All Region tryouts

News October 25, 2011 at 1:25 PM 0 comments

Choir members recently went to an workshop at ASU Beebe to get ready for All-Region tryouts. “I had planned for the Choir to go to ASU Beebe so we could have extra practice because I thought the girls needed to understand what the judges were wanting from them,” choir director TinaRead More

Future Fest lets students explore colleges

Future Fest lets students explore colleges

News, Video October 21, 2011 at 2:03 PM 0 comments

Many colleges from the state of Arkansas and some from out of out state helped to provide juniors and seniors with information about their colleges at the Fall Future Fest was Oct. 131. The festival was really helpful to juniors and seniors. “I don’t really know where I want to goRead More

Senior Breakfast: hard work pays off

Senior Breakfast: hard work pays off

News October 20, 2011 at 11:59 AM 0 comments

Just yesterday, the seniors of Searcy High School were walking down the crowded halls for the very first time. Next thing, junior year hits with a blink of an eye. It is junior year where responsibility comes with important decision making. Junior year is also the year where every eleventhRead More

Festival entertains at court square

Festival entertains at court square

News October 19, 2011 at 7:57 AM 0 comments

When the Fall season rolls in, so does Get Down Downtown.  For the past three years, downtown Searcy has hosted a      community get-together in the streets of the square, and near by Spring Park.  Approaching the fourth year, the new  tradition kicked off to a great start, onRead More