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.