Congratulations to the senior boys for rebounding from a tough loss on Friday by picking up a win at the Highland Classic. Earlier today, the senior girls also concluded a successful week by earning runner-up honors at the Joe T. Robinson Tournament. Have a great Thanksgiving break. We will see you on November 26.
The senior girls play in the championship game of the Joe T. Robinson Tournament on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. Note that this is a time change from the original schedule.
Be sure to order a yearbook by tomorrow. Prices will increase after November 16. You can send payment to the school or order online at https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/productBrowse/1002100/Bald-Knob-High-School/2019-Yearbook/2018061304170583365/CATALOG_SHOP/.
The senior girls basketball game scheduled for tonight has been moved to 5:00 p.m.
The BK Counseling Department is sponsoring the second annual "Blessings from BK" fundraiser. This year we are raising funds for the BK Senior Citizens Center. Change will be collected in each building Nov. 26-30. Flyers will be sent home this week with more information.
Tonight's four games (7th girls, 7th grade boys, senior girls, senior boys) against White County Central will begin at 5:00 p.m. Please make note that this is a time change from the original schedule.
The second deadline to order a 6th-grade through 12th-grade yearbook is quickly approaching. Be sure to reserve your copy by Friday, November 16. The price will go up after this date.
Join us on November 8th at 1:00 p.m. for the Veteran's Day program performed by 3rd and 5th grades. To assist with the safety of our students, attendees must check in with a photo ID at the elementary office before the performance. Check-in will take time, so please arrive early.
The junior boys (54-27 over Cedar Ridge) and junior girls (51-50 over Jonesboro Westside in OT) pick up opening round wins in the Bald Knob Junior High Tournament. Both teams return to the court on Thursday.
Congratulations to 8th grader Renlee Espinosa for earning All-Region Jazz Band honors.
Bald Knob concludes its season with a heartbreaking defeat, falling to Southside 13-10 in overtime.
Friday is the deadline to register for the December ACT.
The elementary science and social studies curriculum night that was scheduled for November 6th has been cancelled. We will host the event at a later date.
Fifth grade students went on a field trip to the Toltec Mounds; this field trip aligns with their curriculum for the studies of Pre-Columbian societies. While there, students learned about the ceremonies, life, and early culture of the Plum Bayou people. Students were able to participate in the crafts of pottery and creating their own arrowhead necklace. They also participated in an archaeological mock dig.
Bald Knob School District Administration has been notified the alleged threat reported to us this morning is unfounded and does not involve any of our students. Thank you for your continued support as we continue to work to keep our students safe!
This morning the district received a report that another school district's student made an alleged threat involving a student from another district. Bald Knob School District Administration is in close contact with the district to determined if the threat involves any Bald Knob students. More information will be provided if the situation involves our students as the investigation evolves.
If your child is in 5th, 6th, or 7th grade, please take a moment to fill out this short survey. https://goo.gl/ZPVg8F
Due to the impending weather, the tailgate that was schedule before tonight's game has been canceled. The game will begin at 7:00 p.m.
Robert Howell, in Mrs. Julie Stephenson’s 2nd grade class, won the movie night basket that was given away at the elementary literacy and math night. Robert and his family attended the event to see and practice what he is learning in 2nd grade. Notice that Robert is wearing his September perfect attendance badge! Congrats Robert.
Braden Davis (1st), Tayden Hamrick (7th), and Mya Ragsdale (15th) each earned individual medalist honors at today’s cross country meet at Quitman. In addition, the junior girls finished as the runners-up while the junior boys secured 4th place overall. Congratulations to the athletes and Coach Ragsdale.
Courtesy of the Bald Knob Public Education Foundation, Inc., students at H.L. Lubker Elementary now have the chance to experience new learning opportunities with two academic enrichment grants. Sheila Martin, Chair, and Kellie Smith, Director of the BKPEF, presented the awards. Teresa Johnson, the elementary counselor, received $1,044 for playground activities, and Bridget Pate, a 5th-grade science teacher, received $950 for robots in her classroom. With these generous contributions, students can engage in both educational and enjoyable activities.
Bald Knob Middle School Student Council worked on their leadership skills at STUCO retreat. We are so proud of these future leaders!
Congratulations to Landon Bird, Sarah Gibson, and Riley Stebbins for earning All-Region Choir honors.
Congratulations to the Bulldog Band for earning a 2nd division overall and 3rd place percussion at the West Memphis Marching Contest.
Congratulations to Braden Davis (4th), Hallie Sterling (18th), Mya Ragsdale (25th) for earning medalist honors at the Lake Hamilton Cross Country Meet this morning.
Bald Knob Middle School will conduct ACT Aspire testing October 16th & 17th.
The high school will take group pictures on Thursday during first period. Lifetouch will also be here for Make-Up/Retake School Picture Day (grades 6-12). These are the pictures that will be in the yearbook. If you missed the August day, please take the pictures tomorrow.
Fall break is on Monday, October 8. We hope you have a restful three-day weekend.
Mark your calendars for the annual Walk-at-School day on October 24. We will celebrate Red Ribbon Week from October 22-26. #IAMBKS