Badger Update April 15, 2019

Happening This Week


Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday (7:30-8:00 AM & 3:30-4:00 PM)

All students who participate in athletics must have a physical before they will be allowed to participate in any sports at Beebe Public Schools. McAfee Medical Clinic and Dr. Moore of Bowen Hefley Orthopedics are donating their services to provide free physical exams on Monday, May 13 during the following times:

Students entering 11th - 12th grades: 5:00 pm

Students entering 9th - 10th grades: 5:30 pm

Students entering 7th - 8th grades: 6:00 pm

This year's physical forms are in the Beebe Junior High Office, BHS North, and BHS Main offices.

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Remaining Testing Schedule

  • April 15-16: 6th Grade ACT Aspire
  • April 17-18: 5th Grade ACT Aspire
  • April 23-26: 3rd & 4th Grade ACT Aspire
  • April 29-May 3: 7th-10th Grade ACT Aspire

Weekly Highlights

Sports Results

  • On Tuesday, April 9, Lady Badger Softball swept their doubleheader against Little Rock Christian, 16-0 and 15-0!
  • On Thursday, April 11, Badger Baseball defeated Searcy 8-0!
  • On Tuesday, April 9, at the Jr. High Stallion Transportation Badger Relays, the Lady Badgers finished 2nd, and the boys finished 3rd! There were 16 teams in each division.
  • In the Sr. High Stallion Transportation Badger Relays, Senior Collin Brock won 1st place in the 3200 meter race with a personal best time, and Maverick Payne won shot put with a personal best 44'8" throw!

Middle School Engineering Wins at State Capitol!

Congratulations to the Beebe Middle School Engineering students who competed in and WON the Garver Chain Reaction Challenge at the state capitol last Monday, April 8!

AFJROTC Wins on the Road

Over the weekend of April 5-6, Beebe High School AFJROTC travelled to Oxford, Mississippi and competed at the 19th Annual Lafayette High School Invitational Drill Meet against 4 other schools (including Cabot). Their results are as follows:

  • Inspection — 1st Place
  • Armed Regulation — 1st Place
  • Unarmed Regulation — 2nd Place
  • Armed Exhibition — 2nd Place
  • Armed Tandem (Wyatt Thorpe and Dakota Wallace) — 3rd Place
  • Drill Knockout — 2nd and 3rd Place
  • Overall Commander’s Trophy — 1st Place

Additionally, after the competition, our 27 cadets toured the Civil Rights museum (Lorraine Motel) in Memphis. Congratulations!

Beebe Junior High Boasts Published Author

Among his many other accomplishments, Mr. Tate Rector is now a published author! His article, "Increasing Hands-On Learning in STEM Classrooms" was published in the Spring/Summer 2019 edition of SEEN Magazine. Click the button below to read the article on page 30.

High School Choir Brings Home Hardware

At State Festival on April 11, Beebe High School Choir brought home several awards!

  • BHS Gents- 5A Best In Class Medium Tenor Bass Chorus. This group also earned a sweepstakes trophy.
  • Bellas, Signature, and After Lunch Club earned Excellent ratings.

BHS Prom 2019

Beebe High School students didn't let the weather dampen their spirits for Prom on Saturday, April 13. The circus-themed event took place at Bella Terra Estate in Cabot. Everyone looked great! Congratulations to King and Queen Randy Smith and Riley Swafford!

Last week at Beebe Early Childhood, Mrs. Zeigler's students learned all about sea turtles and how they became endangered. Then they made posters to help protect them from becoming extinct!

Fundraiser Supports Elementary Art Program

Ms. Swafford's art classes would like to thank everyone who helped to support their fundraiser. They raised $1,145.00 which will be spent on a dry-erase board, some tablets, and art supplies!

Pictured: 2nd-4th grade students who won minion t-shirts, Ms. Wood (co-sponsor of the fundraiser) and Ms. Swafford (art teacher/sponsor).

Cross-Curriculum Learning at Beebe High School

Ms. Parnell’s Medical Procedures Expanded Class and Mrs. Wolff’s Child Development Class had a cross curriculum lesson on Tuesday, April 9! Diagnostic Sonographer, and BHS Graduate, Brindy Richardson brought her portable ultrasound machine in and spoke to the students about a career in diagnostic sonography while everyone got to get a sneak peak of baby Brooks!

Congratulations to last week's STAR Students from Beebe Early Childhood!
Click the button below to view last week's Spotlights!

Badger Pride Runs Deep!

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