Please join us in thanking our school board members this month and every month for their service. They selflessly dedicate their time and effort to ensure Beebe Schools are the best they can be!
Kindness Week will be celebrate district-wide the week of January 27 - 31. Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle School, and Junior High students will wear a different color each day to remember how important it is to be kind to one another!
Father Daughter Dance
Beebe High School HOSA, FCCLA, and Culinary Arts are hosting a Father / Daughter Dance on February 8 from 5-8 p.m. in the BHS Main Cafeteria. High School students can pick up a form at the Information Station outside the Main Office and return to Ms. Parnell in the CT Building. Junior High students can pick up a registration form from the Badger Box and return them by January 31st.
Beebe High School will host an ACT Test Prep Session on Saturday, March 7 from 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m in the BHS North Cafeteria. The Test Prep company Cantrell and Waller will be leading the session. The cost is $50 for the day, and students can sign up at The Counseling Center window to reserve your spot.
Badger Pride Sweethearts Announced
Congratulations to this year's Badger Pride Sweethearts! -
Students Recognized at School Board Meeting
At the January School Board meeting, held on Monday, January 13, Beebe Jr. High Student Leaders Allison Elkins, Evan Howard, Emerson Ray, Kamauryi Smith, and Ethan Waters led the pledge and recited the Beebe School District Vision and Mission Statement. Then, Jr. High Engineering Students presented their VEX robotics, app building, and medical detectives projects. The teams include -
- VEX Robotics: Aiden Hoffman, Stori Majors, Austin Mingues, Emma Turner
- Congressional App Challenge: Allison Elkins, Alissa Lloyd
- Medical Detectives Class: Jordyn Lefford, Kallie Vandiver
Next, we had a special presentation from Beebe High School AP students Isabella Davis (Alice Paul) and Jon Marc Pinkerton (George Washington). They presented board members with a proclamation in recognition of School Board Appreciation Month.
Unified Sports Team Off to Strong Start
On Thursday, January 16, Beebe Schools' Unified Sports team competed in their first basketball event and won second place! Unified Sports is an inclusive sports program that combines an approximately equal number of Special Olympics athletes (individuals with intellectual disabilities) and partners (individuals without intellectual disabilities) on teams for training and competition. We look forward to seeing the great things our Unified Sports teams will accomplish in the future!
Beebe Early Childhood and Elementary students are realizing just how fun reading can be!
Junior High Students Hear from Special Visitors
On Tuesday, January 14, the Warriors visited Beebe Junior High to present on speaking up against abuse and bullying. They recognized BJHS students Ati Bell and William Castleberry for going above and beyond to help fellow students.
Middle School Engineering Students Building Bridges & Robots
At Beebe Middle School, 5th Grade Engineering students have been working hard to build bridges that can withstand weight. After building their bridges out of craft sticks, they tested their strength using the Vernier structure and materials tester. Last week, the record was set for the strongest bridge ever built in the Beebe Middle School Engineering class!
Quiz Bowl Winners
A big congratulations goes out to the Beebe Junior High Quiz Bowl Team for placing 4th at the Regional Tournament on Friday, January 17! This earns them a trip to to the State Finals! Awesome job!
Early Childhood Star Students
Congratulations to Beebe Early Childhood's most recent Star students!
The Girls' and Boys' Bowling Badger teams are both 4-0 after a great match on Thursday, January 16. The boys were led by Caleb Cornell’s 223 game and Wyatt Cronk’s 199 game. The girls were led by Abby Burch’s 162 game. Great job!
Badger Wrestling continues to dominate their competition each week. On Tuesday, January 14, the Lady Badgers defeated Sylvan Hills, and the boys won against both Southside and Cedar Ridge.
Badger Basketball at MLK Classic
On Monday, January 20, the Varsity Boys' Basketball team had the opportunity to once again compete in the "MLK Basketball Classic" at the FedEx Forum in Memphis, TN, home of the Memphis Grizzlies! It was a hard fought, close game between the Badgers and the Pulaski Academy Bruins and was a great experience for all involved!