Any student entering grades 9-12 next school year and interested in playing for the Armorel Golf Team needs to contact Coach Dobbins via email at email@example.com. Practice will begin in mid July.
I have an announcement prior to practice. Be sure to arrive 15 mins early to practice so you can get checked in. Also, you need to wear your own practice gear, as we will not be using the school practice jerseys over the summer. You are permitted to bring your own water bottle, as we have hands-free refilling stations here in the gym. -Coach Sanders
Welcome back Tigers!!! This workout schedule is for any boy entering 7-12th grade wanting to play basketball next year. Please wear your workout clothes to practice (practice clothes will not be provided) and bring your own water bottle. We have a hands free water fountain to refill it. Look forward to seeing you soon. -Coach Miller
Kindergarten parents: You may pick up your child's cap, gown & class T-shirt beginning Monday, June 1, 2020, 8:30-2:30 in our temporary office, located in the cafeteria hallway. Office is closed on Fridays. As of now there are no plans for a commencement service.
All AMI work, textbooks and mac books can be turned in today, Thursday, May 21st or Tuesday, May 26th between 9:00am-2:00pm. The office will be closed Friday and Monday. Thank you and sorry for any confusion.
A message from Ms. Lisa Reynolds: "I just want to thank the Armorel community for the gifts, cards, drive by, and for all of the love and support. Armorel will always have my heart and I will miss everyone so very much!"
Correction: Students will need to return all AMI work, textbooks and mac books by Friday, May 22nd between 9:00am-2:00pm.
There will be a Special Board Meeting held tomorrow night, May 20, 2020 at 5:30 pm in the high school library.
GraceAnn Stracener-Shelton is the daughter of Bill and Summer Stracener. After high school she plans to carry on with her life with her husband and beautiful daughter, Everly Grace. When we asked GraceAnn how she feels about her senior year ending this way she said, "It's kinda sad because I wanted the experience of being a senior just like everyone else." We asked who she is most grateful for and she said, "I'm most grateful for my parents, my mother and father-in-law, my amazing husband, and my little girl for motivating me and helping me get through my senior year. They are my biggest supporters and I love them with everything I got." Congratulations GraceAnn!
Leighandrea Honorable is today's senior spotlight. When asked how she feels about her senior year ending this way she said, "it’s kinda heartbreaking because I wanted to experience what everyone experienced as a senior." The most challenging task as a senior, "The most challenging thing was just simply being a senior." Leighandrea is most grateful for, "actually graduating because of the simple fact a lot people doubted me but I proved them wrong." Congratulations Leighandrea!
Evan Jenkins is today's senior spotlight. When we asked how she feels about her senior year ending this way, she said, " I never imagine this happening to me. It’s hurtful, it's really a big disappointment! I can’t believe I’m not celebrating prom nor experiencing walking the stage, or saying goodbye, see you later, to my classmates. It’s all crazy, heartbreaking when you look forward to things that you wished happened forever. But I most definitely can say I am, did, and going to graduate despite what others may say." Evan's response to who she is most grateful for, " I am so thankful, for my son Ace Chan DaMan. If it wasn’t for him, I wouldn’t be were I was today and going hard as I do. I really do appreciate him weather he know it or not, not only cause he's mine, but because he motivates me, we can enjoy the small pleasures of life, humor, the beauty and life in nature. I love and I’m thankful his little touches, kisses, and hugs the most, it’s like everything better. He was the ability to change by life with one good decision." Congratulations Evan!
Reminder 2020-21 Cheerleading tryouts are Friday, May 15. Contact me if you do not have your individual time slot. Wear black shorts and white shirt for tryouts. Good luck to everyone!
Dylan Singleton is the son of Morgan Short. After high school he plans to continue his welding career. Dylan's thoughts about his senior year ending this way, "I'm kinda sad, but I'm going to miss my friends and making the rest of our memories together." His advice for upcoming freshmen, "Live for the moment, it will fly by faster than you think." Congratulations Dylan!
Attention AP Students: Tonight, we will try (I am new to this) Google Classroom connect at 7:00 PM to discuss this information. If this does not work for you, I will try another time. The key is, I need to hear from you. -Mrs. Harms
Emily Atteberry is the daughter of Angie and David Atteberry. After high school she plans to attend ANC for 2 years for general studies and find a career path while working part time and then transfer to complete her degree. Emily's thoughts about her senior year ending this way, "I’m very upset by how my senior year ended. Me and my classmates have missed several events that we have waited so long for. Even though I wasn’t a student at Armorel my whole life, my most important years were spent there. I never would’ve except something like this to happen, especially this fast. I have much love for the Class of 2020." When asked who her hero is and why, she said, "I would say my grandmother Jean Atteberry is my hero. She is my best friend, she has taught me everything I know. She’s been with me through everything in life and always gives the best advice. She’s the most kind hearted and strongest women know. I hope to grow to be at least half of the woman she is." Congratulations Emily!
Jaelyn Ray is the daughter of Wendy and Chris Ray. After high school she plans to go to ANC for 2 years to get her basics and then she will transfer to ASU to get her bachelor's degree so that she can teach high school theatre. When asked how she feels about her senior year ending this way she said, "Honestly, high school had its ups and downs, but if I had the chance to do it all over again just to have a normal senior year I would. All of my life I have seen people in their cap and gown and I always thought "wow, I can't wait for that to be me." Well, now it is my turn, but it's not how I expected it to be. We don't get a proper last day, we don't get a senior luncheon, we don't even get a completer's luncheon. All of these events that we were looking forward to were taken away from us. We all had our last day and didn't even realize it. I don't really remember what I did on my last day, or if I was even there, and that's what's really sad about all of this. We didn't get to go all out like we did for our first day. Our first day, we had confetti cannons, went into the hallway right before the bell rang, and then when everyone walked out, we shot the confetti cannons and started yelling and laughing, it was great. All we did for our last day was walk out of the doors just like we did every other day, because we had no idea that it was all over. I just hope that no other senior class ever has to go through this, and that after this year every other senior class will know not to take anything for granted." Jaelyn's advice for incoming freshmen, "Enjoy high school, don't complain about it being hard. Don't drop a class because it's a little harder than you thought, don't skip just because you feel like it and remember to treat your teachers right, you might not know it, but they love you. These are the best and worst four years of your life, cherish them, and make memories." Congratulations Jaelyn!
AP Exam information from Mrs. Harms CollegeBoard has sent the final information needed for AP Exams. Each day of this week, a new part of the information will be posted, please read the material and send a response on the classroom page. The first two test are next week. May 12, Cal AB May 15, US History May 20, English Language and Composition
Kaitlyn Walters is the daughter of Stephanie and Brian Walters. After high school she plans to attend ANC to obtain an Associates of Science in Business and later transfer to earn a bachelor's degree. Kaitlyn's feelings about her senior year ending this way, "I hate that the “perfect” end to my senior year that I have long been anticipating has been stolen from me and my fellow classmates due to the virus. There were many crucial once in a lifetime moments that I will never have the opportunity to experience again. The class of 2020 share the same feelings and the majority of us are at a loss for words. All we can think about is what should have happened and what we regret not doing when we had the chance. However, rather than dwelling on what could have happened I am excited for what lies ahead of me and I am trying to look at things in a positive way. Life moves on and all that I can do in this moment is prepare for my future. I thank all the teachers and family I have supporting me during this difficult time." Kaitlyn's advice for incoming freshmen, " do not miss out on a single opportunity. Try out for every sport you want to play and take every class you wish to take. Don’t promise yourself you will do something later in life, do it now. Go to every school event and be as involved as possible. You will make the most unforgettable memories by doing so. Take an abundance of photos with people you know and of everywhere you go. You will thank yourself later. Don’t be afraid to stand out dress however and do what truly makes you happy. Be different, drastic, and creative but most of all do not fear failure because it's good to know that you tried when you had the chance than to have regrets." Congratulations Kaitlyn!
Zachary Wykoff is the son of Rod and Michelle Wykoff. Zachary is always happy to see his mom because he knows she will always take care of him. When asked who Zachary is most grateful for, it is without a doubt, Mrs. Hopper. He appreciates everything she has done for him through high school. Congratulations Zachary!
McKenzie Tillman is the daughter of Chad and Tiffany Tillman. After high school she plans to attend Williams Baptist and start her major in nursing. When asked how she feels about her senior year ending this way McKenzie said, "Honestly I am really heartbroken my senior year ended this way. I have attended Armorel since I was in Kindergarten and never in a million years would I have thought that I would be saying goodbye to my childhood home so early. I am definitely going to miss going out to eat with the class every Friday and causing trouble everywhere we go. I regret not holding onto all my friends and teachers." When we asked McKenzie when she looks back on this school year in later years, what would she remember the most, she said, "When I look back on this school in 10 years or so I will remember all the teachers who believed in me when I couldn't find the strength or motivation to do it myself. I'll remember all the friendships and bonds I made the 13 years I was at Armorel. AHS I will love you forever and I'll forever cherish the memories I made here. Once a Tiger, Always a Tiger!" Congratulations McKenzie!
Senior Spotlight: Ally Jewell is the daughter of Anna and Jim Gifford and Justin Jewell. After high school she plans to attend ANC, complete the dental assisting program then complete dental hygiene school. From there Ally wants to move to Memphis to attend Concord where she will become a dental hygienist. She also plans to attend the University of Memphis to get a degree in business or somewhere in the business field just to always have something to fall back on. When asked how she feels about her senior year ending this way, Ally said, "I think it is kind of cool that there was a pandemic in the middle of my senior year. I am also sad that I will be missing so much. I already miss so much. I miss my friends, my favorite teachers, I honestly even miss waking up early. It's kind of hard to believe that I will never go back. It's almost time to schedule my college classes and that just sounds so weird to say. I honestly never thought I would be out of high school." When asked to describe senioritis Ally said, "senioritis is more dangerous than coronavirus is all I am going to say. It hit me out of nowhere. First couple of weeks at school I was doing so good, on top of my work getting things done, next thing I know I'm about a week behind with having no idea what I'm doing. Senior year really is a breeze if you take all of your harder classes as a younger student. I remember I worked my butt off 9-11th grade to make sure my senior year was as easy as could be." Congratulations Ally!
Michael Peterson is the son of Kenny and Crystal Peterson. After high school he plans to attend Arkansas State University to major in exercise science to work his way towards becoming an athletic trainer. When we asked Michael how he feels about his senior year ending this way he said, "Oh man where do I even start? This year I tried to come to school everyday because I knew my time in high school would come to an end before too long. None of us seniors thought it would be sooner rather than later though. There were so many "last" things we were supposed to experience. Such as our last class together, our last sporting event, our last trips, our last time eating in the cafeteria and so on. We are also missing out on our completers luncheon which I was really looking forward to. I would also like to thank all my teachers and classmates that allowed me to gain so many great memories I can keep with me for the rest of my life. Most importantly, I would like to thank Coach Miller. He didn't give up on our basketball team and he definitely didn't give up on me either. He helped me become the man I need to be and I am grateful for that." When asked what the highlight of his senior year has been he said, " It is very difficult to choose just one highlight from my senior year. There were so many significant things that happened throughout the school year such as, being one point away from a triple double against Delta C-7, getting all-conference in basketball, and always having very interesting debates at the lunch table with the boys. If I just had to choose one highlight it would be getting to leave every single Friday and go eat, walk around Walmart, play basketball, or just ride around. I am surely going to miss all of my classmates." Congratulations Michael!
Abby Kennedy is the daughter of Tony and Christie Kennedy and the sister of Ashton Kennedy. Abby plans to obtain a bachelor's degree in International Business and a master's degree in Business Administration. Beyond that she wishes to travel regularly as it has always been a passion of hers since she was young. Abby's thoughts about her senior year ending this year, "Senior year meant everything to me, and sadly all the high expectations that we all had were stripped from us. People always say, "You're going to miss high school and being a senior," but it's hard to miss something that I never got to fully finish. My senior year was normal and something that I always knew would fly by quickly, but be full of memories with people that I consider my family. I never would have imagined though that it would be cut off this quickly. I know I would give anything to sit in a room with my classmates again. Even though senior year didn't end the way we thought it would I'm still going to cherish every moment I got with my class." The highlight of Abby's senior year, "Winning the Patty Woody tournament would have to be the highlight of my senior year. That was the first time my basketball team had won a trophy and it will be something that I will always remember. Not only was it amazing that we had won, but the tournament was hosted in my father's high school where he graduated. Playing in his home town while he was there watching meant the world to me. I'm forever grateful for my team and everything we accomplished. Memories like that won't ever fade away." Congratulations Abby!
2020-21 School Year Cheerleading Tryouts. Any girls interested in trying out for cheer (7-12) need to contact Mrs. Booker firstname.lastname@example.org. For safety precautions this years tryouts will be videotaped individually with me at the school,in 15 minute time slots. When you contact me I will get you the application, materials for tryouts and your date and time slot for your tryout. I look forward to hearing from you. Go Tigers!
Elementary parents, please regularly submit your students' completed work to their teacher. We will be posting grades in eSchool with a weekly AVERAGE of 50 points, or 10 points per day. If your child does not complete ALL the work from that week, they will receive an incomplete for that week, until that work is submitted. If your child has incomplete assignments at the end of the school year, your child's grade will reflect those missing assignments.
Senior Spotlight: Andrea Bermudez is the daughter of Maria and Ricardo Bermudez. After high school she plans to attend ANC to become an LPN to get a head start in knowing the field then go back to be an RN. Her thoughts about her senior year ending this way, "In all honesty, it is surreal. I finished my senior year without even knowing it. It hurts that it didn’t get to finish the way it did. The only way to get through it is knowing that we all still have a whole life ahead of us and I cannot wait!" When asked who inspires her, Andrea said, "I am inspired by my abuelito Cristobal. My abuelito passed away in 2014 and he was the most influential person in my life. He had a dream of making a restaurant business and I’m sure many people are familiar with what restaurant business that is. My family did not come from a wealthy background. He learned how to go through life working hard for his own and he worked hard to give me the life I have today. I loved him like no other and he was a great friend to have throughout my childhood. There was a lot of powdered donuts involved and a ton of car rides. I like to think he is watching over our family and is proud of the new accomplishments we have made. It feels just like yesterday I went over to visit and you could hear his loud voice throughout the whole house. I miss him dearly. Abuelito Cristobal inspired me to make something of myself and choose my own path, just like he did. I am proud to be his granddaughter and I am sure he is proud of me." Congratulations Andrea!
Senior Spotlight: C.J. Simmons is the son of Amanda Davis and the late Bryan Davis. He plans to attend a two year college and go straight into the workforce after high school. When asked how he feels about his senior year ending this way he said, "I hate that my senior year had to end this way. I feel as if life threw all of us a curve ball, and now we just have to adjust and overcome to make ourselves stronger and better for the future." C.J.'s advice for incoming freshmen, "Enjoy the little things. You need to enjoy what you have because it is not around for long. Time flies by faster than you think. So you need to live life in the moment and enjoy the times you have with your friends and family. Do not take the small things for granted." Congratulations C.J.!
Senior Spotlight: Hayleigh Peterson is the daughter of Kenny and Crystal Peterson. After high school she plans to become a dispatcher and work her way up to a police officer. Hayleigh is sad about her senior year ending this way and said, "We've been waiting so long to get to experience the end of senior year things like walking through the elementary in our caps and gowns, senior prom, and our high school graduation." Her advice for incoming freshmen is, "don't play around in your classes because this is when your classes count. Always make plans with friends. High school will be over in the blink of an eye." Congratulations Hayleigh!
Senior Spotlight: Gabrielle Mays is the daughter of Kenneth and Sherry Mays. She plans to attend ANC to obtain her Associates degree in Registered Nursing. After that, she plans to attend Arkansas State University or Murray State University to work toward her Bachelors degree. When asked how she feels about her senior year ending this way Gabrielle said, "Senior year has always been the year that I looked forward to since I was in 6th grade. Throughout all of the years, I have worked very hard to get the grades that I wanted and made many memories. Knowing that now I am a senior and I won't be able to finish the school year is very upsetting. If I would've known that my last day of school was coming so soon, I would've taken the time to remember my last moments in the hallway and with my friends in class. I have always been a strong person when it came to serious situations. The sudden ending of my senior year was something that hit me very differently. I didn't realize how much I would miss the small things like having conversations with my teachers, eating in the lunchroom, and even laughing hard on school trips. I will never get to experience anything like that again. Every year since I was younger, I watched the older students graduate and I got more and more excited for my day. Now I don't even know if I will have the moment of walking across the stage. I pray that no other senior class has to go through anything like this. I learned to never take what you have for granted because it can be gone in the blink of an eye. I am most grateful for the lessons that teachers taught me during my high school years. Not only did they provide information about how to do certain concepts, they also taught me unintentional lessons that I will always be able to benefit from. For instance, Mrs. Duren helped me learn to teach others how to do things instead of just giving them all of the answers. That way they will be able to learn as well. While I kept that in mind, I also learned better techniques when it came to studying in her class. I then began to use those tips throughout all of my other classes. In the end, I feel like the small things that the teachers have done for me went a long way. I would like to thank all of the staff at Armorel HIgh School for the help they provided during my last high school days. I also wouldn't have been able to do anything without the support of God and my family. I am truly grateful and I love all of my Class of 2020." Congratulations Gabrielle!
Senior Spotlight: Seth Follmer is the son of Jennifer and Chris Cook and Patrick and Michelle Follmer. After high school Seth plans to pursue a four year degree at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville for Industiral Engineering. When asked how he feels about his senior year ending this way Seth said, "It was definitely upsetting that it ended so early. I would have like know what day was my was in high school but thankfully its given me extra time to work and save up money for college. Also I never pass up the opportunity to be able to just sit at home." When asked to finish this sentence, "In 20 years I'm going to be...", Seth said, "content and happy, whatever that means to me in 20 years." Congratulations Seth!
Senior Spotlight: Drew Weld is the son of Andy and Jena Weld. After high school he plans to attend the University of Central Arkansas to major in professional writing. Drew would like to move somewhere out of Arkansas. When asked how he feels about his senior year ending this way he said, "It wasn't the ending I was expecting, and it might not have been the ideal way for the year to end for me and the rest of the seniors, but that doesn't change the fact that my senior year has been full of amazing memories that I will not soon forget. It was an amazing ride, I just wish I could've experienced the rest of it." Drew's advice for incoming freshmen, "Focus on what makes you happy, and surround yourself with other people you genuinely enjoy being around. Avoid any drama that isn't necessary, and don't obsess over your status in the eyes of others. It sounds cliche, but being yourself is the easiest way to make it through high school." Congratulations Drew!
7th-12th grade will be able to pick up any belongings, tomorrow, Tuesday, April 21, 2020 in the Gym between 8:00am- 2:00pm.
Senior Spotlight: Alexis Bivens is the daughter of Mark and Carla Bivens. She plans to attend Arkansas State University to major in nursing after high school. When asked how she feels about her senior year ending this way she said, "I just wish it hadn't happened my senior year. It hurts knowing that we didn't get to say goodbye to the teachers we've grown close to. It hurts knowing that I didn't get to have the big last day of high school with the people I've grown up with. However, these things are going to be what makes graduation and prom so much more special to us seniors." The one memory Alexis said she will remember forever about her time at Armorel: "One thing I will always remember is how much our class acted like siblings. (Senior homecoming really tested our love for each other.) We all butted heads, but toward the end of the year, we realized that our time together was coming to an end. From arguing, to trying to spend every Friday after school together, I don't think anyone would change a thing." Congratulations Alexis!
Senior Spotlight: Allison Harris is the daughter of Brett and Stacey Harris. After high school she plans to attend Williams Baptist to pursue her business degree. When asked how she feels about her senior year ending this way she said, "It makes me sad knowing I won't ever get to see some of my favorite teachers again in the classroom and that me and my classmates will never have those memories of the last day of school together, but in the end what we are having to do is keeping everyone safe so I am just trying to make the best of it!" Allison's highlight of her senior year: "The highlight of my senior year has definitely been the people I have gotten to spend it with. My boyfriend, Quinn Crosskno, and my two best friends, Hannah Hopper and Alexis Bivens. They have made this one of my favorite and best years of high school so I am going to miss seeing them at school every single day." Congratulations Allison!
Quinn Crosskno is the son of Julie and Chris Crosskno. After high school he plans to attend Williams Baptist and play golf. When asked how he feels about his senior year ending this way he said, "Senior year being cut short is very depressing. Although, I am happy to do anything that makes the spread of this virus stop. Knowing that I will never get these last few months of senior year back is hard to think. I will never get to be back in a classroom with my best friends, my favorite teachers, or at Armorel High School. I will never get my senior year of baseball back. This virus cut many things short. I am heartbroken because of this, but I am ready for the next chapter of my life. God has a plan for all of us during these crazy times. Trust and believe in him. God knows what he is doing through all of this. Pray and continue letting him lead and guide in your life." The worst thing about being a senior: "There are many great things about being a senior. You are the oldest and the most special in the entire school. You are getting ready to move on from high school, attend college, and start your adult life. With all of these good things, there are many downsides, too. The worst thing has to be leaving behind all the memories and great friends. I have made many memories and friends at Armorel High School. All the long bus rides, the talks at the lunch table, eating before games, and the great times in the classroom will never be forgotten. All of my coaches, teachers, and all members of Armorel staff have made an impact on my life that I won’t forget. I want to especially thank Coach Brown, Coach Dobbins, and Coach Miller for the great advice they have given me and for never giving up on me. I want to thank Mr. Carmack and Mrs. Mac for all the funny stories, putting up with us, and making learning fun. I want to thank Ethan Bryant and Tanner Davis for always being there for me and for making this year great."
Exciting news, the new Armorel Elementary is nearing completion. With that said, sadly, the time is also near for part of the old building to come down. On Monday, April 20, crews will begin work prepping the PreK- 2nd grade building for demolition. If you would like to see the building or take pictures now is the time! Although we do not know the exact day the building will come down, it will most likely be next week. Many of you have special memories of your time in this building. If you would, please share your favorite story or photo of your experience.
Senior Spotlight: Taylor McDaniel is the daughter of Randy McDaniel and Patricia McDaniel and Tina Parks. After high school Taylor plans to to move out and move to Jonesboro to work with animals. When asked how she feels about her senior year ending this way she said, "I did feel upset about it because a lot of events that I was looking forward to and worked hard for just went away. However I did enjoy my senior year and I'm looking forward to the future. When asked what one memory she would remember forever about her time at Armorel she said, "Leaving my mark by trying to show off by doing a back bend on the wall." Congratulations Taylor!
Senior Spotlight: Kayla Cluck is the daughter of Rachael Craine, Daniel Cluck, and Doug Craine. After high school Kayla plans to go to ANC to become a Nurse Anesthetist. When asked how she feels about her senior year ending this way, Kayla said, " I am upset about leaving high school this way. I already lost one year due to graduating early, and now I lost this year too. I am most grateful for being a part of an amazing school and having some of the best teachers I could ever ask for. Armorel always made me feel welcome no matter the circumstance. For that, I am incredibly grateful." Congratulations Kayla!
Senior Spotlight: Hannah Hopper is the daughter of Jeff and Andrea Hopper. After high school she plans to major in communication disorders at Arkansas State University to become a speech pathologist. When asked her thoughts on her senior year ending this way she said the following: "It is sad because we are all having to miss out on the things that we have been looking forward to our whole lives. All the school trips that I am used to going on during this time of year have been cancelled already, and I don’t get to have my last track season that I have been working towards for months. We are all just hoping we can still have prom and a graduation. One memory that I will remember forever about my time at Armorel was getting to go to FBLA nationals last summer with Alexis and Andrea. That was one of my favorite school trips. We placed fifth in the state in our competition, so we got to go to San Antonio, Texas to compete at nationals. While we were there, we got to go to Six Flags, tour The Alamo, and we stayed in a hotel looking over the Riverwalk. At the conference we got to meet people from all over the United States, and we even made friends with people from China and other countries. One of my favorite things about the trip was almost getting in trouble by the hotel staff and having to run back to the room." Congratulations Hannah!
Elem parents: Construction has pushed our moving schedule to earlier dates. Students in grades KG-4th will need to collect their personal items from desks or lockers, Mon- Wed., April 13-15, 9:30 AM-1:30 PM.
Senior Spotlight: Tanner Davis is the son of Bryan Davis and Lana Smith. After high school, he plans to play college baseball. When asked how he feels about his senior year ending this way he said, "way? Unfortunate. It sucks not being able to play out my last high school baseball season and do all the fun activities that were planned for our senior class. The advice he has for incoming freshmen is, "For incoming freshman, I want to leave behind a message for most. Enjoy every moment, It comes fast and it’s gone before you know it. To your parents, continue to be the baby and take a lot of pictures. You never know what will happen to them. Also, be involved in everything." Congratulations Tanner!
Senior Spotlight: Briley Miller is the daughter of Shannon and Mandy Millier. After high school she plans to attend Arkansas Northeastern College for two years then transfer to Arkansas State University to attend their Physical Therapy program. Her thoughts about her senior year ending this way: "It hasn’t hit me yet that my senior year is over. I have been at Armorel since the third grade and have grown up with my class. It’s hard not seeing them everyday and knowing that i’ll never get to sit through another class meeting with them is upsetting. When asked what the highlight of her senior year is, Briley said, " The highlight of my senior year will have to be winning the Pattye Woody Tournament at South Pem. All of it was exciting from watching our student section go crazy, to going up and receiving the trophy, to celebrating to “We Are the Champions” out on the court. That night was definitely the highlight of my senior year."
Senior Spotlight: Ethan Bryant is the son of Nicole and Kenneth Warren and Brian and Tiffany Bryant. After high school he plans to work for Nucor. When asked how he feels about his senior year ending this way, Ethan said the following: " It's a double edged sword. I love not having to wake up until 2 p.m. everyday and not falling asleep till 6 or 7 a.m. every night, but not being able to sit at the lunchroom and tell jokes and laugh for 45 minutes straight or sit in Mrs. Speights class with CJ Tanner and Michael and get on her nerves for the whole class period everyday." The advice Ethan has for incoming freshmen is " Don't take highschool too seriously. Don't stress about the test coming up or trying to rush and finish the homework every night. It's one test and only one thing of homework stressing over it just makes it worse. That little grade for homework for the small 20 point test will not affect your grade in the long run so don't cry or pull your hair out trying to perfect every assignment." Congratulations Ethan!
Senior Spotlight: Kylee DeWitt is the daughter of Tracey DeWitt. After high school she plans to attend Arkansas Northeastern College part-time and work part-time. Kylee's thoughts about her senior year ending this way, "I'm sad about my senior year ending this way because the last day of senior year for anyone should be a day that is remembered. I do not remember my last day of my senior year and it breaks my heart. I don't get to go on any of my last school trips that I have looked forward to for years. I won't get to sit in the library with the people I have grown up with and just joke around and talk. I wish this year could have ended differently, but it's life and the class of 2020 will definitely be remembered." When asked what one person she was always happy to see, Kylee said the following, "I am always happy to see Mrs. Sally Baker. She has been around to support me in any way she can. She has helped me through the bad days in my life and makes sure I'm always okay. She's hugged me when I've had breakdowns and always makes sure that I know that she's always there for me if I need to talk, a snack, or just a hug. I am forever grateful for her and couldn't have made it through the past four years without her love and endless support." Congratulations Kylee!
Elem. parents, Mrs. Wyatt is currently hosting an online Book Fair. Free shipping to home with a $25 order April 6th - 17th https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bookfairsdotcom/fair-finder.html
Elem parents please check for library book at home. Please return ASAP. Students may collect their personal items from desks or lockers, Mon-Thurs, 9:30 AM-1:30 PM.
Senior Spotlight: Madison Perez is the son of Shanea and Michael Massey. After high school he plans to attend ANC for two years to get his basics. After that, he plans to transfer to ASU to work towards a degree in athletic training. Madison's thoughts about his senior year ending this way: "I never thought in a million years that something like this would happen. We have worked so hard for the last twelve years for the end of our senior year to be stripped away from us. We had so much left to experience. I know the guys and I were really looking forward to the upcoming baseball season and for us to not even have a chance is really upsetting. I look back and I regret missing school all the time, but if i could go back and redo that I would. If I am being honest I do not even remember the last day of my senior year, and you are supposed to remember that. Anyways, I love all of my classmates and appreciate all of the help the teachers and faculty have done for us throughout the years and I hope that no other class will have to go through something like this." When asked about a moment he will never forget, he said the following: "I will never forget all of the baseball memories I have made with my teammates and coaches. Coach Brown and Coach Dobbs coached more than baseball. They coached us to be better men and how to carry ourselves, on and off the field. I am forever grateful for them and all of my teammates. I will never forget all of the hotel trips we had as well as the way we played during the postseason during my junior year. We have had some good runs as well as rough ones, but if there is one thing I have learned from Coach Brown and Coach Dobbs, it is not about how you fall, but it is about how you get up. I will miss these guys dearly and always have the uttermost respect for all of them. #14, out. Congratulations Madison!
High school students are welcome to come clean out their lockers anytime Monday - Thursday between 9:00am to 2:00pm. Any questions please call the high school 870-763-7121.
Governor Hutchinson announced today that School will remain closed for onsite instruction and the AMI process will continue for the 2019-2020 school year. We will release a schedule regarding the last day of AMI, the mailing out of report cards, and a specific date that you can collect your child's belongings that are on campus. We thank you in advance for your patience as we finalize our plans in addressing these issues. Please continue to be patient with us as we navigate through this trying and uncharted situation. Please contact us directly for any questions that you have. We would also like to reassure you that later we will have new dates for Prom, Senior Graduation, and Kindergarten Graduation AS THESE CEREMONIES WILL TAKE PLACE.
Elementary parents & students, your first priority is to work in the core classes of literacy, math, science & social studies for credit & attendance. Special class work is for your personal enrichment.
IMG_6158.JPG Let's have a little fun! Keep that Tiger spirit alive this week and join us for #virtualspiritweek. Please post pictures/videos and tag us @ArmorelSchoolDistrict on Facebook or email to email@example.com!
Reminder that A. M. I. work is for academic credit & for attendance. Answers can be written on paper. Once completed, scan or take a picture of the completed work & email directly or send in Class Tag. Please return work to be graded on Monday of the following week.
Junior high students. Mrs Reynolds and Mrs Giffords work is not online you will have to pick it up today, or for those who live in the district it will be delivered tomorrow
Armorel High School is open today til 6:00 p.m. for students to pickup work and books/drop off work. The bus will run at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday to drop off/ pick up student work. Your child will need to be waiting outside if you did not come to the school on Monday March 30th.
With the return day to school being extended, Armorel School District will be mailing student’s 3rd quarter report cards out on Monday, March 30. If you have any questions or need to speak with your child’s teacher please email the teacher. If more clarification is needed the teacher can contact you via phone call. 2020 Senior Class: The State Department of Education has announced that any senior in “good standing” by the end of the third quarter and who has met all district requirements to receive a high school diploma will be considered “as meeting the graduation requirements.” Any senior who has a grade of 69% or below or who has missed more than 10 days in a course is not considered on track. Students in this situation must continue to complete course assignments and adhere to all deadlines. These expectations will continue on individual bases until the teacher/school/district validates requirements have been satisfied. Those attending classes at or through ANC must adhere to their policies. They are requesting students, seniors included, to continue working online.
Juniors and Seniors. As of right now prom will be held on the 18th of April as planned. If we are told to remain closed we will move prom to another date. Seniors graduation is still planned for May 19th. Let’s stay calm practice social distancing and we will get through this together. I’m checking e-mail daily so please don’t hesitate to ask me questions. Don’t rely on rumors. Be safe I miss seeing you.
The Armorel School District will remain closed through Friday, April 17th. As we move forward through these unconventional times, teachers will be meeting and addressing instructional procedures. Plans regarding upcoming school activities/events (prom, graduation, etc.) will continue, and rescheduling will proceed as needed. Students are to continue completing AMI assignments. Although next week is Spring break, we will keep you updated via our District website and Facebook page. Please be safe, and continue to monitor our communication here for further updates.
A message from Mrs. Henderson, Armorel School District Facilitator: High school students that have online classes.... Please continue to log in to your courses and check your announcements. Your online teachers have instructions there to guide you on what to do. If you run into any issues please let me know. You can email me firstname.lastname@example.org or call/message me 870-838-6458 I will help you in any way I can.
Parents please make sure you child is logging into their Virtual Arkansas classes. It is important to keep on schedule and not get behind in their studies.
Wednesday's are for Working on AMI! Upload some pics to show how hard you're working from home!
Beginning today, Tuesday, March 17, 2020, Arkansas Northeastern College will be closed to the public through Sunday, March 29, 2020. Online courses will continue, as usual, however, live classes have been canceled for the remainder of the week, with spring break to follow as scheduled. For ANC's full statement on our closure, please refer to our website, or follow this link: COVID-19 Statement Our instructors have been communicating with our students to ensure they have the necessary resources to continue their online coursework from home. We recognize that internet access may be limited for some of your students at home, however, please know that we will work with students during this time of uncertainty. I will be working from home during this time and will be available by phone (870-838-9904)or email (email@example.com). Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or concerns.
Happy St. Patrick's Day Tigers! Let's have a little fun... show us your GREEN! Upload your favorite pic to show off your St. Patty's Day attire.
I want to thank all parents for their patience as we try to instructionally serve our students & communicate effectively. Teachers are regularly checking their email & Class Tag in case students or parents have questions. Thank you again for your cooperation.
High school students in Mrs Duren’s class, coach Brown’s and Ms. Reynolds class need to pick up their textbooks today.
Please bare in mind that during this time of school closure our facilities are not to be used. No sports practices of any kind, no open gyms, and no use of baseball/softball fields. Our facilities are in the process of being heavily cleansed and sanitized. Thank you!
If you can access AMI via the internet, there is no additional work in a packet to pick up. If you can’t print, students may answer on notebook paper for full credit.
The Armorel School District will be closed Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 27. For the dates of March 16-19, we will be using AMI days. March 23-27 will be Spring Break, as scheduled. AMI packets will be available through Google classroom, Class Tag or for pick-up between 8:00 and 10:00 on Monday, March 16 at the school. Administration, custodial, food service, and maintenance staff should report to work Monday, March 16 to assist with preparation and planning to continue supporting our students during this time. Further actions will be evaluated over the next two weeks and communicated at that time. To stay informed on this matter, we encourage using a reputable source such as www.CDC.gov. Our School District will continue to leverage our school website and Facebook to inform our students and parents of additional information. We appreciate your patience and cooperation while we all navigate this unprecedented situation.
Attention Parents: We would like to update you on the arising concern of COVID-19. At this time our District will remain in session as we are being informed and directed by the Arkansas Department of Health and the Department of Education. If your child starts to exhibit any symptoms such as fever, chills, cough, sore throat, runny nose or difficulty breathing please seek medical attention. Remember your child must be fever free for 24 hours without taking any medication before they return to school. As always, your child's health is our top priority! Thank you for your understanding and help in this matter!
Baseball games for today, March 13 are cancelled.
Softball games for today, Friday, March 13 are cancelled. As of right now Baseball is still on schedule (subject to change).
Attention Armorel Family: we would just like to inform you of the precautions we are trying to take daily in the classrooms. Our staff is provided wet wipes to wipe off their tabletops and chairs. Students are encouraged to wash their hands with soap and water throughout the day. They are also provided hand sanitizer to keep their hands clean. We have talked about ways to keep from spreading germs (keeping hands away from our face, cover our cough/sneeze, how to properly wash hands, etc.). Lysol and disinfectant are also being sprayed in the classrooms and throughout the campus to help with airborne germs. Our classrooms are being cleaned throughout the day by our custodial staff. We know there is a lot of talk and panic about viruses and sickness going around. If your child is experiencing any symptoms or feels sick, please keep them home to keep from spreading any sickness. Also, they must be fever free for 24 hours without taking any medication before they may return to school. We just wanted to reassure you that precautions are being taken and we have your child's health as our top priority! Thank you for your understanding and help in this matter!
The EAST conference March 17-19 has been cancelled.
Today's Baseball games at Brookland have been cancelled.
Baseball Games for today, March 9th @ HOME vs. Manila are cancelled.
Baseball Games for Thursday, March 5th @ Bay are cancelled.
Attention parents: Due to the curve on Highway 18 being temporarily closed off some of our buses will have to take an alternate route today. This may delay their arrival time for getting home.
Attention current 7th-11th Parents: During Parent Teacher Conferences students with their parents can choose their classes for the 2020-2021 school year. You will be able to work with Mrs. Booker in the commons before going to P/T conferences. This will also be the last time that a senior can file their FAFSA for college. We will help the seniors in the library that same night.
Hi Parents, Mrs. Booker has asked me to forward this to you as a reminder about this Thursday’s deadline to sign up for the Presidential Inauguration trip. If you haven’t signed up, please do so today! It’s easy to sign up through one of the ways below: Online at worldstrides.com/signup By phone at 800-468-5899 As a reminder, our trip dates are January 18th - 21st, 2021 and our Trip ID is 186553 . All the best, Melissa Booker
Senior composite orders are due by Friday, February 14th.
Maynard ballgames are still on schedule for tomorrow, Friday February 7th. Jr High Girls and Boys Basketball players need to be at the gym at 12:30, their bus will leave at 1:15. Sr High Girls and Boys Basketball players and Sr High Cheerleaders need to be at the gym at 2:15, their bus will leave at 3:00.
TOPS Challenge students will meet Mrs Carr in the Governor’s Ballroom at 8:30 on Friday. Games will be played at Maynard on Friday.
Log onto Class Tag or email the teacher for your child’s AMI Day 1 & 2 work.
Update: The Armorel School District will be closed Thursday, February 06, 2020 and Friday, February 07, 2020 due to a high volume of sickness. A.M.I. days 1 and 2 will be implemented. This time will be used to thoroughly sanitize our campus. Please be cautious of the symptoms for Flu and Strep as we DO NOT want to continue to spread germs. It is our hope that this time will allow everyone to recuperate and be ready to return on Monday.
Armorel School District mourns the loss of one of our own. Please keep the family and our staff in your thoughts and prayers as we move to support our students, and the family during this time of need.
Another FBLA District II Conference is in the books! Super proud of my kiddos! We brought home 8 -1st place winners (school record). I had 26 members place in 22 events to qualify for the State Conference in April. Mayson Carr was elected as Treasurer and Grayson Seibert as Parliamentarian for the 2020-2021 school year!! 🐅 traditions continue!! Mrs. Carr
Armorel Elementary boys & girls basketball games have been cancelled for Saturday, January 11, 2020. The games will NOT be made up.
To prevent a disruption with scheduled services at Armorel Baptist Church, car riders will be picked up in front of the Armorel Elementary School tomorrow, on Wednesday, January 8, 2020, only. We will resume normal pick up procedures on Thursday.
If interested in the Armorel Trap Team, there will be a mandatory meeting January 12th, 2020 @ 1:30 in the Cafeteria. This is for Grades 6-12.
From Ms. Morgan: A water main busted therefore we are without water. It may be hours before the issue is resolved. If you choose to pick your child up, the absence will not count against them. The elementary program is still scheduled for 1. Buses will run as scheduled at 2:15.
We would just like to say again how very proud we are of Marybeth Byrd! You have most definitely made your Alumni very proud of you along with many others. We know your journey is not over. Keep shining like the star you are! Armorel will forever support you! #TeamMarybeth #ArmorelProud
Congratulations to Kooper Lindsey (1st Place), Alexandra Femera (2nd Place), and Marleigh Crawford (3rd Place) at the Armorel Elementary Spelling Bee!! #2019SpellingBee #Waytogolittletigers
Congratulations to our Senior Boys on their first win tonight against CRA! Also, big congratulations to Marybeth Byrd for making TOP 8 on NBC’s The Voice! Thank you America for saving our hometown girl! #TigerWin #teammarybeth #ArmorelProud
Congratulations Marybeth Byrd for making Top 10 of The Voice! We are so proud of you! #TeamMarybeth #TheVoice #Top10 #ArmorelProud
The 7th grade boys game tomorrow against BIC has been cancelled. Please note the JB will now play at 5:00 and SB to follow.
We are so happy to officially announce that we will be hosting a Watch Party for #TeamMaryBeth at 6pm Monday, November 25, 2019 in the Gym. All those that enter the gym will be required to fill out a release form as this Watch Party will be Skyped by The Voice. We are so excited and hope you will come show Marybeth your support. #TeamMarybeth #TheVoice #TeamLegend #WatchParty #ByrdWatchers #AlmaMater #ArmorelTigers
Tigerrific Graphics will be placing orders for #teammarybeth shirts. If ordered today by 11:00am your shirt will be ready Friday, or if placed after 11:00am they will be ready after Thanksgiving Break. Price: $18 Color choices: Aqua, Purple, or White. Sizes: Youth Small - 3XL To place an order please email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Admin: (870) 763-6639 and ask for Ashley.
The Armorel School District would just like to say CONGRATULATIONS to our very own, Marybeth Byrd for making the TOP 11 on NBC's The Voice! Marybeth your Alma Mater is behind you and supports you on this amazing journey! Everyone please stay tuned for BIG NEWS coming SOON! #TeamMarybeth #TheVoice #ByrdWatchers
2018-2019 Student 8x10 Composites are ready for pick-up!
Thank you to everyone that donated/attempted to donate Blood with Red Cross today! Our district met the requirements for the Step One Blood Drive. #BloodDrive #Red Cross #savealife #ArmorelRocks
Thursday games have been moved to Friday, November 1st. 7th, JB, SB vs. Bay starting @ 5:00pm (HOME).
We just want to inform everyone that we are having some technical difficulties with our phone lines. We are aware of the problem and working to get this fixed. If you are needing to make contact with Elementary or High School for any reason, please feel free to email Ashley Slaughter at email@example.com. She will direct your message to the appropriate party. Thank you and sorry for the inconvenience.
Armorel Tiger Basketball 2019-2020 Season Passes will be on sale Friday, October 11th-16th. Passes will be good for all Home games. Standard prices are going up for the 2019-2020 season: Adult admission will be $5 and Student admission will be $3. Season Pass Pricing is listed below. Please contact High School Principal, Mrs. Teresa Lawrence to purchase your Season Pass. Adult pass: $60 Student pass: $30
The Armorel School District would like to give, Sophia Jackson a shout out to thank her for her generosity. Mrs. Jackson donated several items to our school nurse to disburse to students as needed. Thank you for thinking of our District and for your support!
SO to Armorel graduate Marybeth Byrd. Her hard work, dedication, and perseverance have paid off we are so proud of her!
Parents of Seniors: Senior spotlight forms have been given to your students and are due back by November 1st. This is for the local newspaper publication.
Congratulations to the following GT students for receiving awards Tuesday, September 17th at the DAR Reception. Thank you Mrs. Harms for all of your hard work to make our GT students successful. Grayson Seibert- 1st place State level- 9th grade Poster Uriel Martinez, Abby Simmons, and Austyn Slaughter- 1st place State level- 7th/9th grade Banner Jackson Welch- 1st place State level- 6th grade Stamp Design Lilly Jackson- 1st place State level- 5th grade Photo Essay Alexandra Femera- 1st place State and Division level- 5th grade Stamp Design Ava Femera- 1st place State level- 4th grade Stamp Design
Basketball seats are available for purchase for the 2019-2020 season. The Armorel Booster Club will be selling the available seats in the gym at 5:30 Thursday, September 19th for $25 each. Come out and support your Armorel Tigers! #BasketballSeats #GOTIGERS
Join us for TIGER SHOOT-OUT Monday September 16 6:00-8:00. Challenge a player to a 3 point or free throw contest. Cost is 10.00 to challenge a Jr. or Sr high player.
Gym seat renewal will be held September 5th. Kim Wyatt will be at the gym at 6:00 to collect for renewals only.
Athletic Physicals - ALL Sports 7th- 12th grade Thursday August 15th 9:00am
Armorel Elementary is excited that we received a grant from @walmartgiving ! Thank you for supporting education!! #Walmart
Car riders & buses will load at 2:25 PM, Monday, May 20 thru Friday, May 24, 2019.
Baseball update: Armorel’s fight vs Viola in the state semi finals is officially delayed due to weather. Current schedule is now Taylor vs West Side at 3:00 and Armorel vs Viola at 5:30. All games in Taylor, AR. We will update you as more information is known.
The Armorel Lady Tigers softball team has had a good year. The girls have played hard. I’m proud of them for their hard work. I’m sad to say their season is over. Y’all will get’em next year
Armorel 21 Scranton 0 Armorel advances to the Elite 8 of the 1A State Baseball Tournament. Armorel plays Nevada at Taylor High School 3:00pm
Whoop whoop the Armorel tiger boys advance to the next round of the state tournament with a win 21-0 Go Tigers!
Baseball State Tournament game has been delayed 2 hours. We will play at 2:30 vs Scranton at Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia. Softball State Tournament is in schedule. We play at 3:00 vs Scranton at Magnolia High School.
Armorel Baseball and Softball both win today and advance to the state tournament. Both teams play in the semi finals of the Regional Tournament tomorrow in Mountain Home at 2:00pm vs Viola. Both games are at Mountain Home High School complex
⚾️🥎Baseball/Softball Regional Tournament Schedule Change⚾️🥎 Softball game will start at 2:30 tomorrow in Viola vs Norfork. Baseball game will start at 4:00pm in Viola vs Norfork. Winners advance to state tournament.
Baseball/Softball Regional Tournament Update Due to rain, all games today have been pushed back to tomorrow (Friday May 3). Both teams play Norfork at 5:30 in Viola.
Softball Schedule Change Due to the weather, Softball District Tournament game has been moved to Saturday, April 27 at 12:00pm. The game will be in Mammoth Spring.
⚾️⚾️Baseball Schedule Change⚾️⚾️ Due to rain today, the Baseball District Tournament will be played on Saturday. Armorel plays at 1:00pm and the Championship game is at 5:00pm. All games are at Mammoth Spring.
Class pictures will be taken on Thursday, April 25, 2019. Lifetouch Studios requires pre-payment for photos to be ordered. You may pay online, but must include the code on the order form. Students may bring extra clothes for PE or recess.
⚾️⚾️Due to weather and scheduling conflicts, the Mammoth Spring and Marmaduke baseball games will not be played. Armorel will play in the District Tournament next Friday in Mammoth Spring with a bye into the Semi-Finals. Finals will also be played on Friday. Time TBA.⚾️⚾️
Armorel Schools will be closed on Friday, April 19 in observance of Good Friday Holiday.
Congrats again to Kaitlyn Walters for receiving an award in Service to School and Community.
Shout out to Armorel High Schools Franklin Whitaker and Alex Holifield for receiving excellent in Experimental Film at the ASPA conference @AHSTigersprincipal
Baseball Schedule Change! Baseball will travel to Maynard Wednesday for a 3:30 start instead of Friday. This is to beat any bad weather coming later this week. Armorel @ Maynard 3:30 Wednesday ⚾️
Today’s baseball game vs Hillcrest is rained out. Make up date is April 9 at 4:00 at Armorel. The Riverside game originally scheduled on April 9 will not be made up.
Students and Staff, join us for March Madness and see if you can pick the perfect bracket! Winner gets all the bragging rights! Deadline to create your one and only bracket is tip off of the round of 64 on March 21sr!Start now by clicking the link below! https://goo.gl/TKkLRr
1A-3 East District Tournament Finals Due to the possibility of inclement weather for traveling teams the games have been moved up tonight. Maynard and Mammoth Spring girls will play at 3:30. Ridgefield and Hillcrest boys will follow. Good luck to all the teams!
Jr. Girls District Tournament Info - Due to weather conditions, Maynard, the hosting school, has moved back the game start time to 5:00. Our Jr. Girls will play at 5:00 today at Maynard.
Armorel will be hosting Sr. High District tournament next week, and we need your help! https://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/60B094EA4A629A5F58-1a3 Click on the link to see where you can volunteer! Thank you!
Reminder: Senior Night will be tomorrow, Friday, February 1st, between the JB and SG game. Come out and support our 2019 Seniors! #TigerPride #SeniorNight #classof2019
Armorel Elementary Boys and Girls Basketball Games for Thursday, January 24th, are CANCELLED!
Reminder: The @ArmorelSchools will dismiss early today. Pre-K at 2:00, elementary at 2:15 & HS at 2:25 PM.
The Armorel Elementary boys basketball games scheduled for Saturday, December 8, have been cancelled. Make-up games will be announced at a later time.
Elementary girls basketball games that were scheduled for Saturday, December 8, are cancelled.
We are closely monitoring the weather. Armorel will dismiss at regular sched. AMI info is prepared for the possibility of inclement weather.
Mouse trap cars whose car will travel the greatest distance?
Attention Parents and Tiger Fans!! There will be a slight change in Friday's basketball game schedule. The Sr Girls and Jr Boys games have switched places, the games will start at 4:00 pm in the following order: Jr Girls, Sr Girls, Jr Boys, Sr Boys. #LetsGoTigers #TigerPride
Elementary cheer camp girls report to the gym by 6:15 tonight, and sit with the high school cheerleaders.
Make sure to download our District App. to receive updates. Click on the links at the bottom of our website: armorel.k12.ar.us
No School! The Armorel School District will be closed on Monday, September 3rd in observance of Labor Day. Classes will resume on Tuesday, Sept 4th. Have a wonderful weekend!
Be sure to check out our new phone app as well!
Welcome to our new website!