ACT testing information for Saturday, June 13 at PHS! Students need to arrive by 7:30 a.m. to get registered and seated to start test by 8:00 a.m. sharp! Students must have their test ticket and ID in order to test. Please bring your own pencils. Per ACT, examinees are expected to adhere to social distancing practices (remain six feet apart) throughout the test day. ACT recommends examinees wear a mask on test day. Test administers will convey safety guildines to examinees as they enter test center.
Since it is June 1 and AAA is allowing us to open up our facilities, we will allow the usage of our facilities as long as they are taken care of. The track, practice football field and basketball court at the elementary school are available for use. We ask that you please leave them better than they were when you came. Please make sure that all trash is picked up and nothing is left behind. No one is allow on the football field. No loitering in parking lots. Please enter the track from the Moore’s Highway end. No bicycles, scooters or skateboards on the track, please. We want to be able to share our facilities with the community. We want children to have a safe place to come. We need your help to ensure that this can happen. If you see anything suspicious or anyone doing anything they should not be, please use the Incident Report on our Prescott School District app to report it. This is an anonymous report.
On Wednesday, June 3, 2020, we will be doing pre-physicals at the school starting at 1:00 p.m. for 7th grade boys and Sr high girls. On Thursday, June 4, 2020, we will be doing pre-physicals at the school starting at 1:00 p.m. for 7th, 8th, and 9th grade girls. Athletes will need to report to the back of the gym at 1:00 p.m. each day. Please practice social distancing. This is for Prescott athletes only.
Prescott Athletes: Starting Monday June 1, 2020, athletes can come to school and workout. Schedule is as follows: Sr High Boys 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Jr High Boys 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon Football players will need to be at the gym at their assigned time. -Athletes will need tennis shoes starting Monday and Tuesday. -Athletes will need to bring their own water/gatorade/towels. -Athletes WILL NOT BE ALLOWED IN THE LOCKER ROOMS. Come dressed ready to work out and masks will be provided. If you have been sick or have been around someone who has been sick, please stay home.
Prescott School District is pleased to announce our Highest Honor and Honor graduates that will be graduating from Prescott High School on Thursday, July 2 at 7:00 p.m. 2020 Prescott Highest Honor graduates are: Brooke Avery Burton is the daughter of Kiley Burton and Monica Burns. Brooke is a member of the Curley Wolf band, FBLA, NHS and Key Club. Brooke plans to attend Henderson State University and study music education. Sara Lynn Cobb is the daughter of Dustin and Valarie Cobb. Sara is a member of the Curley Wolves cheer team, Lady Wolves track team, FCA, Key Club, PHS EAST, Gifted & Talented program and NHS. Sara plans to attend Lyon College and major in psychology. Christopher Lane Dalrymple is the son of Al Dalrymple and Teresa Hall. Lane is a member of the Curley Wolves track team, PHS EAST, NHS and Key Club. Lane plans to attend Arkansas State University Beebe and pursue a medical degree. Eva Sophie Delgado is the daughter of Sebastian and Sofia Delgado. Sophie is a member of the Curley Wolf band, Key Club, NHS and FCCLA. Sophie plans to attend Henderson State University and major in elementary education. Tyler Matthew Doucet is the son of Lee and Lauren Doucet and Heather Doucet. Tyler is a member of Curley Wolves golf and track team, FBLA, FCA, NHS and Key Club. Tyler plans to attend Lyon College and major in business. Abigail Marie Dougan is the daughter of Dennis and Kelly Dougan. Abigail is a member of the Lady Wolves basketball and track team, FBLA, NHS and Key Club. Abigail plans to attend the University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana and major in biology. Maggie Clariece Grimes is the daughter of Kevin and Kimberly Grimes. Maggie is a member of Lady Wolves basketball team, Key Club and NHS. Maggie plans to attend the University of Arkansas and major in pre-veterinary medicine. Emily Grace Henderson is the daughter of David and Shannon Henderson. Emily is a member of the Curley Wolves cheer team, Lady Wolves track team, NHS, FCA and Key Club. Emily plans to attend Henderson State University and major in health and nutrition. Taylor E. Johnson is the daughter of Mark and Kelly Johnson. Taylor is a member of Curley Wolves cheer team, Key Club, FCCLA, Leo Club and NHS. Taylor plans to attend Arkansas State University and major in nursing. Kashia Lily Ly is the daughter of Nhia and Neng Ly. Kashia is a member of the PHS Color Guard and NHS. Kashia plans to attend Southern Arkansas University. Kabe Ryan Munn is the son of Kenny and Kelly Munn. Kabe is a member of NHS and PHS EAST. Kabe plans to attend Southern Arkansas University and major in computer science with cyber security emphasis. Cade Austin Poole is the son of Tommy Poole and Lorrie Poole. Cade is a member of the Curley Wolves football and track team, FCA, FBLA and NHS. Cade plans to attend Henderson State University and major in nursing. 2020 Prescott Honor Graduates are: Gabrielle Noel Chandler is the daughter of Marisa Masters and Joseph Chandler. Gabrielle is a member of Curley Wolves cheer team, NHS, Key Club and the Lady Wolves softball and track team. Gabrielle plans to attend the University of Arkansas and major in physical therapy. Destiny Hope Jones is the daughter of Daniel and Jennifer Jones. Destiny is a member of the Curley Wolves band, Talent Search and NHS. Destiny plans to attend the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville and major in English. Marlee Alexis Morman is the daughter of Max and Wendy Morman. Marlee is a member of the Curley Wolves cheer team, Key Club, EAST and NHS. Marlee plans to attend the University of Arkansas and major in nursing. Trevor Ray Moseley is the son of James and Cathy Moseley and Amanda and Gary Don Faulkner. Trevor is a member of NHS. Trevor has joined the United State Army and will be serving his country. Derriun D’Juah Thompson is the son of Lashondra Johnson and Derrick Thompson Sr. Derriun is a member of the Curley Wolves football, basketball and track team, Key Club, FCA, OBU talent search and NHS. Derriun plans to attend Tyler Junior College and major in physical therapy. Carly Annette Vanhook is the daughter of Carlos and Talitha Vanhook. Carly is a member of NHS, FCCLA, OBU Talent Search and Gifted and Talented. Carly plans to attend the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff and major in marketing. Hope Alexis West has completed the Nevada County CNA program. Hope is a member of NHS. Hope plans to start a career in the nursing field and further her education in nursing. Please see PSD-PHS handbook policy for honor graduates: 5.16 - HONOR GRADUATES Students desiring to graduate with “Honors” must complete the following requirements: 1. Must complete ten (10) of the following courses: Pre-AP English I, II; Chemistry; Physics; Algebra II, III; Calculus; Advanced Math/Trigonometry, Spanish I, II, III; French I, II, III; Multimedia I, II; Computerized Accounting; Anatomy and Physiology; any AP courses or approved concurrent credit courses. 2. “Honor” graduates must satisfy the “Minimum Core Curriculum” as established by the Arkansas Department of Education. Graduates with “Highest Honors” will have satisfied all of the above requirements for their graduating class who have attained a cumulative grade point average of 3.90 to 4.00 by the end of the first semester of their graduating year. Graduates with “Honors” will have satisfied all of the above requirements for their graduating class and have attained a cumulative grade point average of 3.50 to 3.89 by the end of the first semester of their graduating year. Regular graduates will be the remaining students. Ranking will be based only on their GPA with no special consideration given to honor courses or course difficulty (including those students with fewer than ten honor credits). Class rank for these students will not be publicly announced but will be recorded on each graduate’s permanent record and available only to him/her or the authorized person receiving the transcript. Highest Honor” and “Honor graduates will be recognized for their accomplishments. They will receive medallions at the commencement program. All graduates with “Highest Honors” will have a part in the graduation program. Graduates with “Honors” will be used beginning with the highest grade point average. Transfer students to qualify for “Honors” recognition shall meet the following: 1. Entering sophomores must meet our entire policy. 2. Transcripts will be evaluated against the Prescott School District Honors Policy – only classes recognized in this policy will be credited. 3. Advanced Placement (AP) classes as labeled by the College Board shall be the exception. Date Adopted: February 24, 2004 Last Revised: July 21, 2009; July 28, 2009
Attention Prescott parents: Letters are being sent out this week if your child is due for an immunization prior to school resuming in the fall. ALL students starting kindergarten are required to have a current physical exam and up to date immunizations. ALL students turning 11 years of age between 9/1/2019 and 9/1/2020 are required to have a Tdap vaccine. ALL students entering 7th grade are required to have a MCV-4 vaccine. ALL students turning 16 years of age between 9/1/2019 and 9/1/2020 are required to have a MCV-4 booster. These immunizations are required by the state for all students attending public school. If your child has an exemption for any of the required vaccines, you will need to bring a new exemption letter from the state each year by the first day of school. Currently the Nevada County Health Dept is closed for immunizations due to COVID-19, so you will need to make an appointment with your child's pediatrician for their vaccinations. Please bring or send the updated immunization records to the school as soon as possible. They can also be faxed to 870-887-3398. If you have any questions, please contact Candy Rogers email@example.com or Jade Cornelius firstname.lastname@example.org
Please give us your feedback. Click the following link and complete this short survey. Thank you in advance for your help. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdb1phGsqWESLNvfdt35SovwHXhQkrioMU6Zerzs-JSOWpKXg/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1&usp=mail_form_link
PES Patents/Guardians, Coach McCauley contacted the American Heart Association concerning prizes for students that participated in the Jump-A-Thon. Prizes will not be available and shipped until July. As soon as we receive them, we will make arrangements for you to pick them up. Thank you for your patience.
PJHS Parents and Students, We need your help! If you have photos of the jr high track meet or activities you have been working on while we are out of school, please send them to Mrs. Dice at email@example.com for the yearbook. She would appreciate your help!
Mrs. Yates will be taking up PES library books on Monday, May 18th and 21st, from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon in the car line between PES and PJHS.
JR HIGH 7th & 8th GRADE! We are beginning to work on schedules for the upcoming school year! If you are interested in being in band or athletics, please email Mrs. Glass at firstname.lastname@example.org and let her know.
Per Mr. Radford: Upcoming juniors and seniors, please check your email. You were sent the link for concurrent credit classes. Complete the Google form and submit to Ashli Dykes.
Prescott School District will be having commencement exercises for the Prescott High School Class of 2020 on Thursday, July 2 at 7:00 p.m. on the Eddie Jackson Field. We will be following state and district stipulations. We will have more details in upcoming weeks. This is a tentative plan. If something changes, we will change accordingly.
Fourth grade parents, Student supplies left in the classroom and desks will be handed out by fourth grade teachers on Monday, May 11 from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon in the carline between the elementary and jr high buildings.
We are pleased to announce that our district has been approved to have two preschool classes. We will be starting the sign up process very soon. Space will be limited. Children that will be starting kindergarten the next school year will have first priority for the spots available. If interested, please send your child’s name, date of birth, parent name, address and phone number to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
📣CHEER TRYOUT INFORMATION 📣 Sending tryout video - If you are having trouble sending your tryout video, you can upload it to YouTube then send the URL link to your cheer coach via email. Paperwork - If you have not turned in your paperwork, please email that information to your cheer coach. Follow up - After you send the information above, contact the cheer coach to make sure they got your submission. Announcing the 2020-2021 cheer squads - We will post a list of the Jr and Sr cheer squads on social media (FBk, Instagram, Twitter) and on the school website and app on Monday, May 4 @ 2:00 p.m. Photo opportunity - There will be a sign posted on the fence of the elementary playground at 3:00 p.m. for those that made the 2020-2021 cheer squad to take photos for you to have to remember the day. Good luck to everyone!
PHS yearbooks can still be ordered at ybpay.lifetouch.com. Use the code 11481620.
Mrs. Wiley will be in front of the high school Monday, May 4, from 10:00 a.m - 12:00 noon to receive pictures and payment for Senior Ads. If pictures can be sent via email (jpg format), that would be best. email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please place money/check in an envelope. Checks should be made out to Prescott High School Wolf Trail.
🐺. ATHLETES!! 🐺 Please return your uniforms! Jr and Sr high girls track, senior girls softball, and senior baseball players need to bring your uniforms to the back of the gym on Monday, May 4, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon. There will be boxes or tubs to put them in and a sheet to sign letting us know you returned your uniform.
Senior Ad Info: Please drop off pictures and/or payment Monday, May 4, between 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon in front of the high school. Email pictures if possible.
If you haven’t already, download our PRESCOTT APP from the App Store! This app was designed just for our district. Everything Prescott School District will be at your finger tips! This app is directly in sync with our web page design. Anyone can search the “P” Prescott app (shown below) at the App Store and download. The following are a few beginner pointers for the app: - Live Feed is the district’s personal social media page. This is linked to the district Facebook page, Instagram and Twitter. - News will also give you lengthy information needed. - Events will list activities taking place in the district by date. - Athletics provides athletic event times, dates and address where event is taking place with scores as available. - Staff lists each teacher, administrator and counselor by building in alphabetical order. After clicking on the employee, you can email or call them. - Dining provides you with a day to day menu for breakfast and lunch. - Student grade check allows you to login with your students password that was sent home earlier in the year and check their grades and attendance. - At the very bottom of the page is a Report An Incident tab. All incidents reported are anonymous unless you choose to leave your name. -The little folders in the top right corner of your screen can help you sort by building in most all categories. If you have questions about the app or website, you may contact Valarie Cobb at the email address under district staff.
Seniors, The Kiwanis Scholarship and Farm Bureau Scholarship are due this Friday. You may turn them in tomorrow, Thursday, April 30, 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon in the car line.
SENIORS, Don’t forget! Prescott Lions Club, Dorothy Odom and Junior Auxiliary scholarships are due tomorrow. Please drop them off in the car line between the jr high and elementary buildings tomorrow from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon.
Check out the Curley Wolves! It’s official! PRESCOTT HIGH SCHOOL is a 2020 Best High School, based on rankings that U.S. News & World Report published earlier this week. By earning a national ranking in the top 40%, Prescott High School achieved status as a U.S. News Best High School and gained eligibility to display a U.S. News-trademarked 2020 Best High Schools award. U.S. News 2020 Best High Schools numerically ranked nearly 18,000 schools nationwide this year. Rankings were based on AP and IB data directly from the College Board and International Baccalaureate, as well as state assessment data and graduation rates from each state, and other data. There are wonderful things happening in Curley Wolf country! Our district is constantly working to provide the best educationally, safe environment for our students! Congratulations Prescott High School for being named a 2020 Best High School! Such an honor! #impactthepack
Prescott High School Seniors of 2020, We will have a graduation like you deserve! We have not planned a date yet because we want to have it as soon as we possibly can without you having to wait more than you should. As soon as we get the "ok" from the state officials, we will set a date for graduation. We will hopefully have it on a Friday night in June. We will contact every senior as soon as we set the date. We miss you and we love you! We want you to know that everything will be done to make sure we make the best out of this situation. Please continue to be patient with this process.
SENIOR REMINDER! James H. McKenzie Memorial Scholarship is due Monday. Bring to the school to drop off in car line 10:00a.m. - 12:00 noon.
PES, PJHS, and PHS school medication pick up: To limit the amount of time parents and staff are on campus, Nurse Candy and Nurse Jade will have a scheduled pick up time for all medications (prescription and non-prescription). The medications will have to be picked up by a parent or guardian with a photo ID. Medications cannot be kept on campus during the summer. All medications not picked up will be destroyed. Pick up date/time: Monday, April 13th 10:00-12:00 Park in front of PES and call 870-887-2514. One of the nurses will bring the medication out to you. To minimize physical contact, please bring your own pen to sign the medication release form. For any questions, please email email@example.com
Please help Nevada County and our school by completing your 2020 census survey by phone at 844-330-2020, mail or online at www.2020census.gov
ATTENTION!! PLEASE SHARE! AMI packets will be taken up in the car line between the elementary and junior high buildings on Monday and Thursday, 10:00a.m.-12:00 noon. You may drive thru and drop your completed packet off. Please do not come in to the building. Thank you.
Pictures needed for yearbook! PHS Students and Staff: Please send any pictures of how you are spending the extended Spring Break--What you and your families are doing during this time of Social Distancing. This will be a section in the high school yearbook. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org. Senior Ads: Parents, please send your senior ads to email@example.com. The deadline is April 30 for payment and ads. If at all possible, please send ads as a pdf. Anyone with pics of softball or baseball, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you were voted a PHS Class Favorite, please send a casual picture to email@example.com. If you're not sure, please ask via email. Please join (if not already a member of PHS Yearbook Remind) https://www.remind.com/join/8f8a87 for future updates.
SENIORS! Jostens will be delivering your graduation products to PHS on Friday, April 10. Make sure all balances are paid. You may pick them up at the front of the high school in the car line from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Please do not get out of your car. They will bring to your car. Thank you.
AP students! If you are going to take the AP test! There are different AP review sessions on the college board website. www.Collegeboard.org Join the YouTube live classes (yellow rectangle) Remember all AP students will get their weighted credit whether you take the test or not. Students wanting to take the test for college credit will need to do so. Test will be a 45 minute free-response exam that can be taken on any device you have access to-computer, tablet, or smartphone. You will also have the option to write your response by hand and submit a photo. We do not have a date yet for the tests but it should be sent out any day now. Please let your AP teacher know if your NOT going to take your test so It can be cancelled.
SCHOOL MEAL SCHEDULE We have a slight change in school meal delivery/pickup for the next two weeks. We will be following the same process we did during spring break. Meals will be distributed in a car line between the elementary and jr high building on Mondays (meals for 3 days) and Thursdays (meals for 2 days) from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon. If you have extenuating circumstances and need delivery, please contact us and we will make arrangements. If you made arrangement during spring break we will continue with those. Valarie Cobb, 870-703-1860
2020 SENIORS - please read carefully Seniors who are on track to graduate and in good standing as of the 3rd nine weeks reporting period will be considered “as meeting the graduation requirements” for the state of Arkansas. Seniors who are not on track will be given the opportunity for credit recovery. Seniors who are not on track will be contacted by the school with further direction. Students enrolled in courses for weighted credit, such as AP, will still receive weighted credit regardless of the ability of a student to take an AP/IB/or other assessment. Seniors enrolled in college courses must still report to the college and meet the requirements of the college.
AMI PACKETS K-8 AMI packets were mailed/delivered today. 9-11 AMI packets will be available for pickup in the drive thru carline between the elementary carport and the jr high on Thursday, April 2 between the hours of 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon. Please do not get out of your car or come in the building. Please share!
SENIORS, please see posted information regarding changes in scholarship deadlines. If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Junior Auxiliary: extended to April 24 Lions Club: extended to April 22 James McKenzie: April 22 Farm Bureau: May 1 Shelter Insurance: March 31 (can be dropped off by the Shelter office) Rotary Club: March 31 (can be dropped off by Prescott Automotive) Kiwanis Club: May 1 Dorothy Odom: April 22
This week Prescott School District delivered and handed out 4,536 meals to children in our community! This was no easy task and we are so very thankful for those that volunteered to help us make this possible! Our district would sincerely like to recognize the following for volunteering this week: Superintendent Robert Poole Nancy Kenworthy and her Aramark crew Valarie Cobb Haleigh Glass Frank Henson Kelley Dice Shannon Henderson Janette Silliman Niki Byers Penny Lynch Willie Wilson Joey Christopher Clay Brown Brandon Ellis Sherry Ward Candy Rogers Angie Barbaree Debbie Maxwell Jobeth Glass Lynn Johnson Trish Brown Erica Christopher Susan Smith Leslie Taylor Mary Gail Hughes Max Sullivan Kevin Taylor Park Missionary Baptist Church First Baptist Church Central Baptist Church Munn’s Chapel First Baptist Church Thank you to our community and church volunteers and to our employees who gave up their spring break! We appreciate you all being patient and appreciative with us during this time! Our district is blessed beyond measure! #impactthepack
Per Mr. Poole: We will have graduation and prom. We don't know when, where, or how nor do we know who all will be able to participate, but we will have it. Enough has already been taken away from these kids this year!
Per Governor Hutchinson all public schools are closed until April 17. If at all possible, we would like to hold all normal activities that occur at the end of every school year such as graduation, prom, elementary programs and banquets, etc. We hope to be able to get in as many of these as we can. With that being said, we do not know the uncertainty of the rest of the school year and we will wait as long as possible to make those decisions.
Today Prescott School District came together and fed 497 kids! Employees prepared and handed out AMI packets, made and packed meals and loaded and delivered them to the children throughout our district. Prescott Police Department helped spread the word. We are thankful to be able to offer this to the children in our community! #impactthepack
The deadline for Senior yearbook pages has been extended. Another deadline will be set when school reopens. Miss PHS meeting has been cancelled until further notice. More information to come at a later date.
Prescott buses and faculty worked hard to deliver meals today for children age 18 and younger free of charge. We hope and pray this helps parents and children out in our community. We will do the same thing thru Thursday. Buses will run their routes and stop to hand out meals. If we missed you and you need something, please let us know. #impactthepack
PRESCOTT STUDENT MEAL INFORMATION - Our district is preparing to offer meals at no cost to children age 18 or younger. A sack lunch and a breakfast on the go will be offered this Monday, March 16 - Thursday, March 19. These meals will be delivered. Please let us know if you would like/need meals. If you have your child’s teacher contact information you may contact them. Or contact the following to get meals delivered: Valarie Cobb - 870-703-1860 Tracy Morrow - 425-501-5458 Satarra Williams - 870-796-0346
Per Governor Hutchinson, all public schools in Arkansas will be closed this week and until after spring break due to coronavirus concerns. We will not have school next week. Prescott School District facilities have been throughly cleaned by professionals that were brought in and have experience. We will not have cheer practice next week. Cheer tryouts will be postponed until a later date. We are working now on a plan to provide a meal for students and will keep you posted on this. We will continue to share information with you as we get it.
PLEASE READ! This post will contain information for Prescott School District patrons. This post will be updated as often as needed so please check it as often as you can! Please share also. - No school next week - Monday, March 16 thru Friday, March 20. - No school spring break - Monday, March 23 they Friday, March 27. - Cheer practice for this week has been cancelled. Tryouts will be postponed until a later date. - Parent Teacher Conferences will be rescheduled. - Per AAA - All spring sporting events are cancelled. - AMI days will be used for the next 4 days. We will do everything we can to make sure students are taken care of. - Miss PHS parent meeting postponed. - Meals will be delivered to children ages 18 and younger. If you need this service, please let us know.
Baseball games scheduled for tonight at Bismarck are cancelled.
Huge CONGRATULATIONS to Caytlee Poole! Caytlee recently won the state DAR essay contest. Upon winning state, her essay was submitted to the regional level. Caytlee’s essay was chosen as the winner of the South Central Region which consists of several states! Way to go Caytlee!!! Her essay is being sent to be judged at the national level.
From the desk of Ms. Pearl Bailey: CURLEY WOLF RETURNS HOME Last week, my Prescott Junior High Character Education class was visited by two special guests: Ross Cowling, a 1997 graduate of Prescott High School, and his mother Rozan Cowling. During Ross’s speech to the class he discussed the importance of setting goals, working toward those goals, and fulfilling them. He shared that playing football and baseball at Prescott High gave him an opportunity to build physical and mental toughness. Ross also spoke about the influence on his life from Coach Eddie Jackson, a former Curley Wolves football coach. He noted that Coach Jackson, with a disabled arm, led by example: he never made excuses or put limits on what he could or could not do. He talked about how the coach would hit a baseball farther with his short arm than with his so called “good arm.” Ross said his experiences with Coach Jackson taught him that “belief in your own abilities is the best foundation to build on.” Therefore Ross said he didn't use his attention deficit disorder as an excuse but instead as motivation. After graduating from Prescott, Ross followed his dream of playing in Major League Baseball (MLB) and tried out and worked with the St. Louis Cardinals Organization to become a pitcher, but did not make the pro team. He regrouped and turned his attentions toward another career – working for parks and recreation where he hoped to have a positive influence on the city’s student population. This ultimately led to him becoming the Superintendent of Texarkana’s Parks and Recreation. He advised my Character Education class to study hard, learn from mentors, and prepare for a job or career which they will enjoy. Additionally, he said their family can also be a major influence in their life. His parents, Rev and Mrs. Milton Cowling, and the rest of his family, always supported him and influenced him to set goals and have a backup plan should those goals fall short. At the end of his presentation Ross gave out goodies for the students and gave me a beautiful Curley Wolf picture. He said that, “Once a Curley Wolf, always a Curley Wolf.” Pearl Bailey
Curley Wolves win 52-51! Wolves will play Wednesday @ 5:30 in Charleston against the loser of Valley Springs and Elkins!l
Curley Wolves advance in regionals! Prescott 71 McGehee 42 Go Wolves!!🐺
As the District basketball tournament comes to a close tonight, our district has so many and much to be thankful for. Many have worked hard to make it possible for us to host this event. Thank you to Bank of Delight and Kindred Hospice and the Dougan Family for sponsoring a night in the hospitality room, thank you to all basketball parents who sent desserts and others that did the same, thank you to Robbie Franks and Todd Cross (every night) for grilling, thank you to Fred Davis for parking buses and cars and staying til the last one was gone, thank you to everyone who volunteered their time in the concession stand and Satarra Williams for getting them, thank you to our city and county officers for keeping things safe, thank you to Kathie Janes and Traci Rucker for volunteering in the hospitality room, thank you to our custodians, school resource officer, coaches, AD and superintendent for making things run smooth and working hard each night. We are thankful for anyone that helped our district make this tournament a success! Most importantly thank you for supporting our Curley Wolves!!
Prescott girls and boys basketball teams are playing for the District championship tomorrow night! Come out tomorrow night and support your Wolves!! 🐺🏀 Lady Wolves play @ 6:00 and Curley Wolves hit the floor @ 7:30. Both playing Centerpoint! In the words of Coach Brickell, #PACKthehouse 🐺
Curley Wolves advance to the finals of the District tourney with a 59-29 win over Genoa!! Go Prescott!!🐺🏀
Prescott Lady Wolves advance to finals in District tourney with a 60-55 win over Fouke!! Go Lady Wolves!! 🐺🏀
The Curley Wolves are back in action tonight night at home against Genoa in the semifinals of the district tournament. Girls play at 6:40 vs Fouke, Boys take the floor at 8:00! #PACKthehouse
NHS applications are due in the PHS office by the end of the school day on Tuesday, February 18. Late applications will not be accepted.
Curley Cubs beat Ashdown tonight 39-27 to advance to the district championship on Saturday @ Centerpoint vs Centerpoint at 2:15! 4th straight trip to the title game for the Cubs. Carston Poole with a big game tonight leads the way with 24 points, great TEAM win!
Please remember that balloons and glass/glass vases are not allowed in school buses.
The Curley Cubs are back in action tommorow night @ Centerpoint vs Ashdown at 8:00 in the semifinals of the district tourney. Curley Wolf fans we need your support! Come out and support this TEAM! #PACKthehouse
Prescott Junior High School Yearbooks are on sale now. Students are bringing home flyers today or you can order online online yearbook ybpay.lifetouch.com code: 13710320
Curley Wolves win 61-47 over Fouke!
Prescott Lady Wolves with a big 56-48 win over Fouke Lady Panthers!
From the PSD school nurse: During the next few weeks a scoliosis screening program will be conducted to screen children for scoliosis in 6th grade girls and 8th grade girls and boys. A letter will be sent home this week with these students with information about the screening. Height and weight will also be taken for each student at this time in grades K, 2, 4, 6, 8 & 10 to calculate BMI (body mass index).
JR HIGH DISTRICT TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE @ Centerpoint Prescott boys are 2 seed Prescott girls are 6 seed MONDAY FEBRUARY 10 Girls 4:30 2 VS 7 (G1) Bismarck vs Smackover Boys 5:40 2 VS 7 (G2) Prescott vs Genoa Central Girls 6:50 3 VS 6 (G3) Fouke vs Prescott Boys 8:00 3 VS 6 (G4) Ashdown vs Fouke WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 12 Girls 5:00 4 VS 5 (G5) Centerpoint vs Ashdown Boys 6:10 4 VS 5 (G6) Bismarck vs Smackover THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13 Girls 4:30 1 VS Winner G5 (Genoa Central vs Winner G) Boys 5:40 1 VS Winner G6 (Centerpoint vs Winner G6) Girls 6:50 Winner G1 VS Winner G3 Boys 8:00 Winner G2 VS Winner G4 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15 Girls Championship 1:00 Boys Championship 2:15
Prescott Lady Wolves 62 Smackover Lady Buckaroos 45 Go Lady Wolves!!🐺
Curley Cub girls win 22-17 over Smackover!!
Great group of Prescott students attended the Spring Jr High FBLA Conference today! Congratulations to our winners in competition! Rocco Loe, 3rd place - Spelling; Talan Smith, 5th place - Computer Concepts; Gavin Hatley, 5th place - Public Speaking; Kira Bradyand Kami Gummeson, 2nd place - Business Graphics; Kelsie Harvey, Aubree Cornelius and Georgie Crain, 2nd Place - Desktop Publishing; Addison Dickerson, 2nd place - Principles and Procedures; Melelina McRoy, 4th place - CREED; Carlee Glass, 4th place -Reports; Pierce Yates, 4th place - Tables Great job everyone!!! #impactthepack
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School will not be in session tomorrow, Friday, February 7, due to sickness. We will use an AMI day! Ballgames scheduled for tomorrow will be played as scheduled.
Prescott Curley Wolves 50 Centerpoint Knights 39 Go Wolves!!
Prescott Lady Wolves win 52-46 over Centerpoint!
Lady Wolves win 50-44 over Ashdown!!
Curley Cub boys win 35-30 over Ashdown!!
Curley Wolves Derriun Thompson, Alex George, Jacobi Nolen and Justin Wilson named 2019 All State Football. Way to go guys! 🐺🏈
Due to the outbreak of flu and sickness, we will not have school on Friday, January 31 and Monday, February 3 so that campuses can be cleaned and disinfected. We will use AMI days for both days. Basketball games scheduled for Friday will be played as scheduled.
Congratulations to Cade Poole, Derriun Thompson, Jacob Ojeda and JD Weaver who were drafted to play in the FCA All Star Showdown in Texarkana in June! Coach Tommy Poole will be coaching as well! Way to go, Curley Wolves!
Kids Heart Challenge is kicking off at Prescott Elementary and we don’t want you to miss out! Ask your friends and family to help you take the Kids Heart Challenge. Learn more about Kids Heart Challenge and sign up today at www.heart.org/KidsHeartChallenge!
Prescott Curley Wolves 61 Bismarck Lions 31 Go Wolves!
Prescott Lady Wolves 53 Bismarck Lady Lions 45
Be one of the 1st to purchase the PHS 2020 Yearbook. Go to https://ybpay.lifetouch.com and enter the school code of 11481620. The yearbook staff is working hard to make it very special. Yearbooks are $40.00 until 11:59 on February 29. Get yours before the price increases.
Wolves win 54-31 over Centerpoint!
Big win for Lady Wolves tonight against Centerpoint! Prescott 52 Centerpoint 48 Go Lady Wolves!!
Prescott School District resource officers Colby Tillman and Ketron Purifoy stopped by Ms. Bailey’s character education class. Officer Tillman shared with the students aspects of his middle and high school education. He discussed the importance of gaining the social and educational skills necessary now to follow a desired career path.
From the desk of Pearl Bailey: Prescott School District was represented by a good selection of students on the OBU Talent Search field trip. In fact, several of our students were singled out for acts of politeness and for assisting in clearing trash from the tables in the cafeteria of students from other schools. The students do not know it but OBU is bringing them some goodies for their acts of service. #impactthepack Way to go Curley Wolves!! 🐺
Prescott Curley Wolves beat Nevada Blue Jays in OT 56-55!!!! Go Wolves!!
Lady Wolves win 64-18 over Lady Jays! 🐺🏀
Prescott Curley Cubs 40 Nevada Blue Jays 33 Great win for the Curley Cub boys!! 🐺🏀
Heather Tuttle with the Arkansas Children’s Hospital Southwest Dental Outreach Program visited classrooms at PES to speak to students about the importance of dental hygiene. ACH Dental Outreach focuses on prevention and education through the Dental Sealant Program, providing dental screenings, fluoride applications, dental sealants, and oral health supplies. ACH Dental Services will provide all the necessary supplies, equipment, and personnel to screen and seal as many possible teeth for elementary students. Your PES student should be coming home with a permission slip to participate in the dental screening. Parents, please check yes or no on this slip, sign it and send it back to school. Classrooms with all slips returned to school by January 29 will receive a dental goodie bag. They will return on February 21 to do exams on the students participating.
Prescott Curley Wolves 66 Genoa Dragons 50 Go Wolves!!
Lady Wolves win 50-24 over Genoa!!
Curley Cub boys win 50-15 over Genoa!
Good luck to our 7th grade boys and girls basketball teams today in the Arkadelphia Badgers jamboree! Both Prescott teams play at 9:00 and 9:30 this morning! 🐺🏀
All Prescott High School juniors will be taking the ACT during school hours on Tuesday, February 25. Registration has been taken care of by the district.
Basketball games scheduled for tonight are CANCELLED!
Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day! Prescott School District is thankful every day for our school resource officers that patrol our campuses daily to make sure that our students are kept safe! We are also very appreciative of the men and woman in the city, county, state and nation who have chosen a profession that puts their lives on the line every day for their communities! Thank you Officer Tillmon and Officer Purifoy for your Impact on the Pack!! #impactthepack
Awesome win for the Curley Wolves at the buzzer!! Prescott 48 Ashdown 47 Go Wolves!!!🐺🏀
Prescott Curley Wolves 64 Lakeside Rams 62
Another Prescott win over Fountain Lake!!! Curley Wolves 61 Cobras 54 Go Wolves!!🐺
Big win for the Lady Wolves in OT! Prescott 61 Fountain Lake 60
Student safety is top priority at Prescott School District. Please read and share the following information pertaining to school facilities: 1. We will not allow anyone to use school facilities while school is in session and while our students are present. If you need to come to the school, please make sure you check in at the office. Our student safety is a top priority. We are not trying to disassociate from our past graduates or community, but we can't allow anyone on our school grounds during the school day that isn't a student or employee. Our facilities are not for public use without going through the proper channels which is filling out a school facility usage form and having it approved. 2. Our weight room, gym, and people wanting to come into our dressing rooms after ballgames is not allowed. We appreciate your cooperation with this matter.
Lady Wolves win 44-43 against Arkansas High!
Congratulations to Audrey Frias who earned a seat at JH All Region Band on Flute and Addison Dickerson who earned an Alternate spot on Flute. Also to Austin Stokes who earned a seat at Senior High Jazz on Drums and qualified to audition for All State Jazz! Great accomplishments for our PSD band members!! 🐺🎼
Prescott School District was on lockdown this afternoon due to a threat that was investigated and found to be untrue. All students are safe. Keeping parents informed and students safe is top priority.
Prescott School District is proud to announce that first grade teacher Mariela Garcia has recently received her National Board Certification! Ms. Garcia has joined the ranks of approximately three percent of teachers in the nation who have completed this rigorous certification process. Congratulations Ms. Garcia! We are excited and proud of you! PSD is privileged to have a teacher as dedicated to her students and job as Ms. Garcia! Thank you for your Impact on the Pack!!
Prescott Curley Cub boys win 40-34 over Magnolia! Go Cubs!
Each year Mr. Bob Cockman presents a watch to the senior Curley Wolf football player with the highest GPA. Congratulations to Cade Poole for being this year’s recipient! We are proud of Cade’s hard work and his representation of Prescott School District! He is a outstanding student and athlete. Keep up the hard work, Cade! Great things in store for this young man!
SCHEDULE CHANGE!! Games scheduled for Friday, December 13 have been moved up to begin at 4:30. 7G will play at 4:30 followed by JG and SG.
Lady Wolves win against Arkadelphia 74-40!
SCHEDULE CHANGE! Basketball games (JB & SB) scheduled for Monday, December 9 against Glen Rose have been cancelled.
Prescott Curley Wolves will be playing the Harding Academy Wildcats this Friday night at home in the semi-finals of the state playoffs. Ticket price will be $6.00. ONLY AAA passes with photo id will be accepted to get into the game. These are AAA rules we must follow. COME OUT AND SUPPORT THESE GUYS!! OUR PRESCOTT CURLEY WOLVES!! 🐺🏈
Prescott Curley Cub boys win 36-33 over Nashville!
The drug dog was on campus this morning for a random search and students were under lockdown. Keeping parents informed and students safe is top priority.
Curley Wolves advance to the next round of playoffs with a 49-19 win over Hoxie!
Lady Wolves win 57-22 over Foreman!
Prescott Curley Cub boys win 55-20 over Foreman!
Curley Cub boys hit the floor tonight at 7:15 against Nevada in the finals of the 2019 Nashville Junior Insurance Invitational! Go Cubs! 🐺🏀
Curley Wolves are headed to Round 3 with a 23-22 win over Dollarway!! Go Wolves!!
Prescott Curley Wolves will be playing the Dollarway Cardinals tomorrow night at home in the second round of the state playoffs. Because we are in the state playoffs, ticket price will be $6.00. ONLY AAA passes with photo id will be accepted to get into the game. These are AAA rules we must follow. We hope you come out and support your Wolves! GO WOLVES!!! 🐺
Prescott Curley Wolves advance to Round 2 with a 49-7 win over Charleston!
Prescott Curley Wolves will be playing the Charleston Tigers tomorrow night at home in the first round of the state playoffs. Because we are in the state playoffs, ticket price will be $6.00. ONLY AAA passes with photo id will be accepted to get into the game. These are AAA rules we must follow. We hope you come out and support your Wolves! Those guys and their coaches have worked hard to get to this point! They deserve a stand full of fans! See you there! GO WOLVES!!! 🐺
Good luck to our Curley Wolf cross country runners today at State meet in Hot Springs at Oaklawn! Running starts at 2:00!! Go Wolves!🐺
PES picture retakes will be Tuesday, December 3. PES yearbooks will be on sale at parent teacher conferences on November 21. Prices are $20 for softcover and $25 for hardcover. You may also order online at Ybpay.lifetouch.com ID code: 11481720
Prescott 62 Centerpoint 34 Final Go Wolves!! 🐺
Thanks to EVERYONE that attended PHS PACK Night!! It was a HUGE SUCCESS!! Parents and guests received useful information at stations of their choice. The 7th and 8th grade band provided entertainment and students volunteered to help make everything run smoothly. Mrs. Kisselburg and crew worked hard to make this night a success and it could not have happened without our awesome parents and guardians!! #impacthepack
Prescott Curley Wolves 60 Camden HG 32 Final Go Wolves!!!
Former student Quantas Gulley visited Ms. Bailey's Character Ed class during his fall break. He shared his freshman year experience and gave the students suggestions for preparing for life after college. The students are looking forward to his second semester visit. Quantas Gulley is a freshman at Southern Arkansas University where he enjoys seeing familiar Curley Wolves sharing the campus.#impactthepack
Prescott Jr High’s Character Education class has been working on a project for our local nursing home residents. Ms. Bailey and her seventh and eighth grade students have been collecting bags of candy to take to the local nursing homes so residents will have candy to hand out to trick or treaters on Halloween. They are delivering candy to nursing homes today. Community service matters! #impactthepack
PES school pictures will be taken Friday, November 1. Yearbooks on sale now. Deadline is March 13!!Prices are $20 for a softcover and $25 for a hardcover. Parents can buy yearbooks at our upcoming P/T conference or online at Ybpay.lifetouch.com ID code: 11481720.
Prescott 54 Horatio 7 Final Go Wolves!!
Curley Cubs REMAIN UNDEFEATED! 🐺🏈 Prescott 52 Horatio 6 Final
7th grade wins 22-00 over Horatio!! Go Cubs!!!
Congratulations to the Fall Festival art contest winners! 5th grade - 1st place - Rhett Cornish 2nd place - Brodyn Richardson 3rd place - Yaybeth Zacarias 6th grade - 1st place - Kenzie McKinnon 2nd place - Jodee McKinnon 3rd place - Christopher Frias 1st place winners received a $10 Sonic card and second a $5 Sonic card. Thank you Prescott Nevada County Chamber of Commerce for sponsoring this event! Awesome creativity! Great artwork! #impactthepack
Prescott Curley Wolves 48 Genoa Dragons 26 Go Wolves!!🐺🏈
PHS senior Tyler Doucet finished up an outstanding high school golf career today at Pleasant Valley Country Club. With an 86 and a 13th place finish he would say it was a tough day at the course. I however will say what an honor it has been to spend 4 short years watching him grow into not only a great golfer but more importantly a better young man!! This is the type of guy that makes a coaches job easy. A great ambassador for our golf team and school! Congrats buddy, thank you for the memories! ~Coach Beau Brickell, PHS golf coach Congratulations Tyler! The Curley Wolves are as proud of you as Coach Brickell is!
What: Annual Title I Meeting When: Oct. 22, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. Where: PES cafeteria
Prescott Curley Cubs 44 Smackover 8 Final Cubs are 6-0!!🐺
ANNOUNCEMENT Seniors, baby pictures are due December 20th (last day before Christmas break). Send to email@example.com or give to Mrs. Wiley.
PHS senior Tyler Doucet does it again for the Prescott Curley Wolves!!! After a tough front 9 (42), he regains his composure and post a (38) back side to finish Top 3 in the State. He is headed to overall state next week at Pleasant Valley Country Club. Proud of this guy and Coach Brickell! Way to go Tyler!
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
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.
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!!🐺🏈
Curley Cubs win 36-12 over Centerpoint!
PES yearbooks are on sale now. They are $20 for a soft cover and $25 for a hard cover. Free parent message if you buy a yearbook. Deadline deadline to purchase is March 13, 2020. PES PICTURE DAY is November 1
TIME CHANGE!! Tonight’s 8th grade ballgame has been moved up to 5:30. JV will play following 8th grade game.
Reminder! PHS pictures tomorrow for 9, 10 & 11th grade.
Homecoming parade will be Tuesday, October 1 at 6:00 p.m.
Wonderful, heartfelt presentation given by Nevada County JA members Satarra Williams, Donisha Purifoy and Kisha Stuckey along with guest speaker Bro. Donnie Deaton concerning suicide prevention. Bro. Donnie did a great job speaking. Personal stories and statistics were shared. Students were told many times that they are not alone, lots of people care for them and are always here for them. #impactthepack
ACT REMINDER!! The ACT test will begin at 8:00 a.m. in the morning! Please make sure and have your ticket, ID and a calculator!
Good luck to the Curley Wolves golf team today at Lake Hamilton! 🐺⛳️
8th grade game will start at 6:00 tomorrow. Jr high will start at 7:00. Games are here vs. Hope Go Curley Cubs! 🐺🏈
Today is a big day for the Curley Wolves!! 🏆🐺 The Prescott School District community got behind our kids and their school and passed a millage that will greatly Impact the Pack!! New building, upgrades and more security!! We have big things happening here and we have you to thank for it!! Thank you for taking a stand for our kids!! Thank you for for believing in us!! #impactthepack ♥️🐺
PHS Parents and Students, Please mark your calendars for the following dates: Senior Portraits - Thursday, September 12 Fall Pictures - Monday September 16 Makeup and Clubs - Thursday, October 24
JV & 8th grade football games 🐺 Sept. 16 vs Ashdown @ Prescott 8th grade @ 6:00 followed by JV Sept. 30 vs Dequeen @ Prescott @ 7:00 p.m. - JV only
The 8th grade football game scheduled for tomorrow In Ashdown HAS BEEN CANCELLED. JV game will start at 6:30 in Ashdown.
Prescott 8th grade and JV football teams will play at Ashdown this Monday, September 9! Games start at 6:00.
“We have been working toward a solution for the elementary school and school security for over a year now. The approval of over five million dollars from the state to help fund the projects, makes 2019 the right year to make a difference. I will be voting for the millage because I believe our kids deserve a quality, safe learning environment.” - Superintendent Robert Poole
PHS picture day for 9th-11th grade is Monday, September 16. Flyers with ordering information have been distributed to every high school student. If your student did not receive one, please contact the high school office. Pictures will also be taken of high school teachers and staff.
Prescott Parents, Please take a moment, click the link and fill out this parent involvement survey before Friday, September 6. If you would like a paper copy, you can request one from your child’s teacher. Your opinion matters! https://forms.gle/mpXdVVdwtL8YkmZc8
19 PHS students along with four faculty members enjoyed an evening out to hear author and inspirational speaker, Mr. Alton Carter. Ms. Crayne's ELA classes are currently reading Mr. Carter's book, The Boy Who Carried Bricks. Everyone had the opportunity to meet and speak with Mr. Carter. It was an amazing night! #impactthepack
Congratulations to Prescott Superintendent Robert Poole! Mr. Poole has been appointed to serve on the Child Health Advisory Committee as the representative for the Arkansas Association of Educational Administrators. The superintendent will be involved in making decisions pertaining to the nutrition and physical activity standards and policy recommendations as well as the implementation of the Coordinated School Health Program. #impactthepack
Prescott Curley Wolves Sr high football team, band and cheer packed more than 25,000 meals for local food pantries this afternoon during the Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield Kickoff Classic Pep Rallies with a Purpose. Our kids are giving back to their community! Impacting lives!! Prescott proud!! #impactthepack
❤️Heart Safe School❤️ Congratulations Prescott School District for achieving Heart Safe Designation! 🐺❤️ Prescott faculty and staff were trained in CPR/AED/First Aid today! The training consisted of responding to a scenario in a school setting that required the practice of CPR and AED skills. A special thank you to the Nevada County Ambulance Service for participating in the emergency drill along with Arkansas Project ADAM for providing this wonderful opportunity! #impactthepack
Curley Wolves alumni and avid supporters Bobby and Missy Graham graciously donated CPR in Schools Training Kits to Prescott School District! We are thankful for their ample generosity, support and loyal dedication to the Curley Wolves! This will truly Impact the Pack! We sincerely appreciate all you do for our school! #impactthepack
With the hustle and bustle of school starting across the state of Arkansas in August, the Arkansas Department of Education, Arkansas Association of Pupil Transportation and Arkansas School Bus Mechanics Association are launching the seventh annual Flashing Red. Kids Ahead. Campaign to promote school bus safety. Prescott School District will join these departments promoting this campaign to help keep all students safe. We will be sharing information to help remind everyone to be mindful of school bus safety while on the road. #2019FlashingRed
CURLEY WOLVES VS RISON HOOTENS KICKOFF CLASSIC GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!!! Prescott Curley Wolves will kickoff the 2019-2020 football season on Tuesday, August 27th in the Hootens Kickoff Classic at SAU in Magnolia at 7:30 p.m. against Rison. Tickets may be purchased at the district for $7.00 each from Valarie Cobb. Businesses interested in purchasing tickets may call, order and we will deliver. All proceeds from tickets sold before the game will go directly to our school. For more information you may call Valarie Cobb at 887-7697 or 870-703-1860. Get your tickets now! Don't miss out on another great Curley Wolves season!!
Special thanks to Coach Poole for helping make our summer feeding program a success!! Football teams from Camden Fairview, Hampton, Magnolia, Ashdown and of course the Curley Wolves, just to name a few, have attended football camp this summer in Prescott. These guys have all been well mannered and considerate of each other and our facilities while eating! Our cafeteria has fed almost 900 kids this month alone on Tuesdays and Thursdays! This program would not have been successful without the efforts of our football coaching staff! Way to Impact the Pack and others!! 🐺
Calling all substitutes! If you are interested in substituting in the Prescott School District, please attend the Subteach training on Monday, July 22, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon in the PES cafeteria.
Attention all Band Parents! Come and meet the new band directors and get important information about upcoming events. We have a meeting today, Thursday, July 11 at 6:00 p.m. for 7th grade beginning band, and 7:00 p.m. for 8th grade band. Tomorrow we have a high school band meeting at 6:00 p.m. For more information you can contact Mr. Ellis at Bellis@prescottschool.net or Mr. Hanson at Whanson@prescottschool.net.
REMINDER FROM THE SCHOOL NURSE: Parents, letters were mailed out in May if your child is due for a state required immunization. Please remember to provide proof of these immunizations to the school nurse prior to the first day of school on Aug 13. To make an appointment at the Nevada County Health Dept for immunizations, please call 870-887-2004. If your child has an immunization exemption, it is required that you provide a letter from the state at the beginning of each school year. Please email Candy Rogers for any questions firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2019-2020 school year is quickly approaching!! Prescott School District is pleased to announce that we will once again be providing all Prescott students with school supplies to start the school year. All students enrolled in the Prescott School District will also be provided with two meals, breakfast and lunch, at no charge. This is the fifth year our students are benefiting from this wonderful program. Students will also ride the bus at no charge. We are excited to offer these opportunities as well as many others to our students! We look forward to serving our students, parents and the community each school year! #impactthepack
Good luck to our Curley Wolves All Stars! Kobe Gillard and Kennedi Williams are representing Prescott in Conway today at the All Star games! #impactthepack
ACT INFORMATION! Students taking the ACT tomorrow at P.H.S. need to be sure they have their ticket, ID, pencils, and a calculator. The test will begin promptly at 8:00 a.m. so you will need to be there early to get checked in.
Report cards are ready to be picked up at school offices Monday-Thursday during the hours of 7:30-4:30. Have a great summer!
Mrs. Adams will be giving an ACT Math Prep Class at the high school next week on Wednesday, May 29, and Thursday, May 30, from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon each day. It will include calculator tips, testing strategies, and content review to help aid them in studying for the June 8 test or any other ACT test. If interested, please contact Mrs. Adams at my google voice number by text message which is (931) 922-2705. Advance notice is needed to make sure materials are available to anyone that wants to come. .
The 7th, 8th, and 9th grade boy athletes ate out in Texarkana to celebrate their undefeated track season and 16th straight district track championship! Only three of these kids were born when the streak started. They also went undefeated in football for the second straight season and two district titles in a row, and went undefeated in conference basketball and won the district tournament championship this year for the triple crown!!!! Prescott Curley Cubs are #1!! 🐺
For the fist time Prescott High School history, we have a winner at the Arkansas Meet of Champions. Ryan Johnson won the Triple Jump at the Arkansas Meet of Champions in Lake Hamilton today with a jump of 45-3.75 in the cold, windy rain! A great accomplishment for this senior who graduated last night!! Congratulations to Coach Glass and Ryan!
Congratulations to our PHS Class of 2019 Graduates! Your hard work and commitment to school thus far has paid off! Greet the future with anticipation, dream big and work hard, remember your roots and your manners and give nothing but your best!!🐺🎓 #impactthepack
Mr. Henry Davis, a former Defensive Lineman for the Henderson Reddies and a student at HSU working on his Masters in Clinical and Mental Health came to speak to Mr. Stone's biology classes today on the importance of Academics and Athletics in College. He stressed how Athletics helped him to "Do his job" at school and put the work in to achieve his goals. #impactthepack
GRADUATION INFORMATION! Only graduates and parents/guardians with a ticket will be allowed on the gym floor DURING and AFTER graduation. Following graduation, pictures may be taken in the lobby or outside in front of the gym. Thank you in advance for adhering to this request. We want graduation to be a pleasant and safe experience for all. Please share!
Reminder for parents of students planning on participating in athletics for the 2019-2020 school year!! We are offering free sports physicals for our athletes. They will be done at the high school on May 8-9. All 7-12 grade student athletes are required to have a physical completed to participate in any sport (cheer included). The physical forms have been sent home with your child this week. Please return the forms to Coach Poole or the high school nurse prior to May 8. The form must be filled out and signed by both the parent and the athlete. If your child had to be cleared by their medical doctor last year to play, then they will need to be cleared again this year.
PSD Parents/Guardians: Prescott School District continues to make student safety a top priority. Our district will finish this school year implementing practices that will help us keep students safe. We have teamed with the Arkansas State Police, City of Prescott Police Department and the Nevada County Sheriff’s office to have officers on campus and patrolling throughout the day. The local drug dog and handler will be on all campuses monitoring more frequently. This will not be a lockdown process but them walking and scanning each campus. Students are entering and exiting thru specific entrances in the morning. If a lockdown is necessary, heavy duty locks are being installed on classroom doors to keep intruders from entering. We are also working to add bus monitors and cameras to our school buses to have additional security and monitoring on bus routes. The district is also excited to announce that we have a new app designed just for our district. Everything Prescott School District will be at your fingertips. This app is directly in sync with our new web page design. You can search the “P” Prescott app at the App Store and download. After downloaded, you will find a live feed for the district as well as an event list, athletic activities, a dining tab listing menus for each day and a student grade check take that may be used to check grades with the password and login in you were given at the beginning of the school year. You will also see a staff list of teachers, administrators and counselors for each building in alphabetical order that you can click on to contact them directly. At the the very bottom of the the page on your app is a Report An Incident tab. All incidents reported are anonymous unless you choose to leave your name and contact information. The small folders in the top right corner of your screen can help you sort by building in most all categories. Prescott School District is committed to making sure that our students are in the best, safest environment possible when they are in our care. We are always open to reasonable solutions to make our schools as safe as possible. If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us. Robert Poole, Superintendent Prescott School District
PHS Seniors Javalin Cummings and Mackenzie Loe were among the many Arkansas public and private high school students recognized at the Governor’s Scholastic Honors Day held yesterday at the Governor’s Mansion in Little Rock. Scholastic Honors Day recognizes Arkansas’ best and brightest students who represent academic achievement in their senior class. They were presented a certificate of achievement by Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson! Congratulations Javalin and Mackenzie! We are very proud of your hard work and dedication to academics! #impactthepack
April 30 is the last day to order a PHS yearbook. They are $45.00. You can go to ybpay.lifetouch.com and enter key code 11481619 to make your purchase.
Athletic physicals will be given to all PSD athletes and those planning to participate in athletics for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year on May 8-9. Paperwork will be sent home with your athlete to be completed before these dates.
Student grade check is now available on our Prescott School District App! The same login and password used online can be used on the app.
PRESCOTT CURLEY WOLVES are 7-3A DISTRICT CHAMPIONS!!🐺🏆 13 District wins in a row!! Proud of these guys and coaches!! Their hard work paid off!! Congratulations to High Point Winner Ryan Johnson and District Coach of the Year Prescott Head Track Coach Brian Glass!!! Curley Wolves are headed to state in Green Forest on April 30!!
Lady Wolves win 8-2 over Fouke!! 🐺🥎
Curley Wolves win over Lions 6-2!! Go Wolves!! 🐺 ⚾️
Prescott Lady Wolves win 13-5 against Bismarck!! Go Lady Wolves!🐺🥎
Prescott School District is a proud supporter of Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Month! Thank you to Jeffery Williams with Nevada County Department of Human Services for the blue pinwheels and Superintendent Robert Poole on Wear Blue Day for helping bring awareness to our school! Students always first!!
Curley Wolves beat Centerpoint 14-3!! Go Wolves!🐺⚾️
Lady Wolves win 10-8 against Centerpoint!! Go Lady Wolves!!!🐺🥎
Congratulations to Essence Thomas for being the Overall Winner of the PHS Solo and Ensemble Festival!
Prescott Curley Wolves win 4-2 over Ashdown!! Go Wolves!! 🐺⚾️
Second grade will be taking a field trip to Old Washington on April 30. The cost per student is $5.50.
First grade will be going on a field trip to the movies in Texarkana on April 24 to watch the Disney Nature documentary "Penguins". Money ($9.50) and permission slips are due on April 17. For more information, please check with your first grade teacher.