Parents, don’t forget that flu shots will be given this Tuesday, October 8, 8:30-12:00. Forms have to be turned in by tomorrow. If your child did not come home with a form, you may pick one up in the office of each building.
Deadline extended until Monday at 3:30! Get your student designed Pink Out shirt now!
Wear blue Monday! Stop out bullying!
Prescott School District has been recognized as a Five to Thrive district in Arkansas. Five to Thrive, a campaign supported by the Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance, Arkansas No Kid Hungry Campaign and Arkansas Children’s Hospital’s Natural Wonders Innovation Fund, was developed to encourage school districts across the state to offer a variety of nutritional and physical activity programming to improve student health and academic outcomes. Prescott is one of the eleven schools in the state to receive this recognition. #impactthepack
Don’t miss out! Beginning band concert Tuesday, October 8 at 5:30! 🐺🎼🥁🎷
Some of Mrs. Woods and Mrs. Banister’s students enjoyed the day at SAU watching a Macbeth production.
Prescott OBU Talent Search students attended 2019 Tiger Tunes on Tuesday. Thank you Mrs. Benton and Ms. Bailey for giving our students this opportunity! #impactthepack
The Homecoming parade will be held this evening, October 1, starting at 6:00 pm. The parade will begin at the City Park. The Homecoming pep rally will be held this Friday, October 4, at 1:15 in the PHS gym. At the beginning of the pep rally the 2019 Homecoming Court will be introduced and the crowning of our 2019 Queen will take place! Friday night pre-game introductions of the Senior Football players and the Homecoming Court will begin at 6:30 pm on the football field. The game against the Bismarck Lions will begin at 7:00 pm.
Homecoming Week🐺🏈 Homie/Friend Twin Day @PSD
Prescott Curley Wolves Junior Luis Rabadan was named Farm Bureau Nevada County Player of the Week, Game 3.
Prescott Curley Wolves Senior Derriun Thompson was named Farm Bureau Nevada County Player of the Week, Game 2.
Prescott Curley Wolves Senior Cade Poole was named Farm Bureau Nevada County Player of the Week, Game 1.
Coach Eddie Jackson led the Prescott Curley Wolves as they won State Championship titles in 1973, 1975 and 1995. Coach Jackson also was defensive coordinator in 1972 when the Curley Wolves were State Champs. For these accomplishments, Coach Jackson will be recognized before the November 1 Curley Wolves home game. We are asking for any football players that played for Coach Jackson during the 1972, 1973, 1975 or 1995 State Championship years to join him on the football field as he is recognized.
Good luck to the Prescott Cross Country team this morning!!
Prescott Curley Wolves 51 Hope Bobcats 14 Final Go Wolves!!🐺🏈