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Badger Store Closeout Sale!
The Badger Store is having its closeout sale! Everything is 75% off! Hours are this Monday, 5/20, and Wednesday, 5/22, 7:30-8:00 a.m. and 3:30-4:00 p.m. Don't miss out on these great deals!
Summer Food Program
Beebe Public Schools is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children (18 years and under) for FREE this summer and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. View the flyer below for more details!
Now hiring Bus Drivers! Must be 19 years of age. Hold a Class B CDL with passenger and school bus endorsement or CDL permit. Must have less than 9 points on driving record. Full time contracted drivers will receive benefits. Will provide behind the wheel training for CDL and permit holders.
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Congratulations to our Beebe Blasters Senior Trap Shooting Team! They have advanced to the AYSSP State Tournament!
Team members include:
Springs Sports Banquet
Our Baseball, Softball, Soccer, and Track and Field athletes were honored last Tuesday, May 14 in the Spring Sports Banquet. Special thanks to First Baptist Church of Beebe for hosting the banquet! Congratulations to all of these dedicated student athletes!
End of Year Activities
As the school year is winding down, our students are celebrating their hard work with some fun End of Year activities! Beebe Middle School held its annual May Day and Track & Field Day last Wednesday, May 15. They also took field trips to Pinnacle Mountain. Beebe Junior High's May Day was Friday, May 17. On the same day, Beebe Early Childhood held its End of Year Celebration, and Beebe Elementary students participated in a talent show!
Elementary Students Earn Health Grant
Congratulations to Beebe Elementary for being awarded a $3,000 grant from Unity Health in Searcy! To apply for the grant, 3rd Grade students wrote essays about how to be healthy. With the money, playground equipment, such as a GAGA Pit, will be purchased for the Beebe Elementary playgrounds.
On Wednesday, May 15 Beebe Elementary students participated in AgVentures at ASU Beebe's farm. Beebe High School FFA students showed Elementary students around the farm where they learned about caring for livestock, plants, and much more!
Junior High Choir Ice Cream Social
On Tuesday, May 14, Beebe Junior High Choir held a tropical themed Concert and Ice Cream Social! Click the button below to view a clip from the event.
Beebe Early Childhood Retirees Celebrated
Congratulations to Belinda Burns, Karen Simpson, and Connie Kinman on their retirement from Beebe Early Childhood! They have made a lasting impact on countless students, and we thank them for their many years of service and dedication! Enjoy your retirement!
Junior High Students Build Shelters
Mrs. Melanie Gardner's 7th grade scientists designed and built hand-made shelters in an event of a natural disaster. Students created safe places for people to gather to protect them from earthquakes, hurricanes, and tornadoes! Great job!
Early Childhood Students Learn about Japanese Culture
In the library last week, Early Childhood students learned all about Japanese culture! They learned how to make origami art, listened to Japanese music, and counted in Japanese!