Teen Action and Support Center

Hailey Ross

March 13, 2020

The Teen Action and Support Center (TASC) first opened its doors in 2005 and has been serving teenagers in need present in our community since. “TASC is a community organization focused on empowering teens to reach their full potential and make decisions on their own,” director of operations Jacqueline Perez said. “We ...

Jim Rollins Leaving

March 13, 2020

On Jan. 14 the Springdale School Board motioned to not extend Superintendent Dr. Jim Rollins’ contract for another year. This was the first time in almost four decades for them to vote against the continuation of his job as superintendent. “I was pretty surprised because Dr. Rollins has been here some 36 years, so it has j...

How The District Decides Snow Days

HAILEY ROSS

March 13, 2020

It’s 32 degrees outside, the roads are frozen, and there is a dusting of snow covering the ground. Students in surrounding districts get the day off and can sleep in but Springdale School District students must get up and ready for school.  The question of why students are at school is always floating around the hallways w...

Luttrell Legacy comes to an end

HAILEY ROSS

February 27, 2020

The end of an era is becoming present in former school board member Mike Luttrell’s life. He has volunteered for the Springdale School Board for over a decade and a half, but he has recently decided that it is time to pass his role onto the next citizen who has a deep care for the future generations education. “There are seven m...

Clinton, Stricklands Run for School Board Positions

Kaili Bailey

December 12, 2019

Last November, candidates for the Springdale School Board election, began filing to run for two new open positions. Candidates were given a week to register for the two seats were available, Springdales at-large and Zone 5 seat. The at-large position was held by longtime member Mike Luttrell, who opted not to run for reelec...

Language students officially bi-literate

December 10, 2019

Senior Erick Soto read the results of the French Stamp exam he took, celebrating the fact that he was trilingual. Students at Har-Ber are able to take the Stamp test in English, Spanish, French, German, or Chinese. Passing the exam grants the seal of biliteracy, an official document symbolizing proficiency in one of the five l...

EAST students provide meals for the holidays

December 10, 2019

The Wooten’s Helping Hands Food Pantry always has food available for students or even parents to pick up food for their families. The pantry is run and managed by E.A.S.T. students. In years past, the students in charge have done two food drives. One for Thanksgiving and one for Christmas. This year, the students wanted ...

Womack welcomes NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine to Bentonville High School

Womack welcomes NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine to Bentonville High School

November 11, 2019

National STEM Day on Nov. 8 provides students with opportunities in Northwest Arkansas to learn abo...

GLOBAL

November 11, 2019

A new wave of protests has exploded across Iraq, with the majority occurring in the capital Baghdad. CNN reported that the protests were the result of unemployment, poor basic services and corruption in the government. Curfews and internet blackouts have been imposed across the country by the government. The protests have be...

NATIONAL

November 11, 2019

While temperatures are cooling down in Northwest Arkansas, things are heating up in California as wildfires are spreading across the state. According to the Los Angeles Times, fall has the greatest potential for wildfires as the Santa Ana winds increase. According to CNN, thousands of people are being evacuated in areas nort...

LOCAL

November 11, 2019

As a series of severe storms moved through the area on the night of Oct. 20. According to the Arkansas Democrat Gazette, one man in Benton County died after a tree fell on his home. The National Weather Service in Tulsa confirmed that a tornado moved through the Siloam Springs area as well. The storms produced damage througho...

HBHS

November 11, 2019

Teachers learned Oct. 21 how to respond to an armed intruder emergency. The nationwide training, known as ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Informer, Counter, Evacuate), eradicates the mindset that a shooting is rare. According to alicetraining.com, the training promotes “proactive strategies to improve the chances of survival during ...

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