Incoming WHS Freshmen:

You must have this form filled out online or bring a signed printed copy in order to pick up your iPad on Thursday, August 13th. Printed copies will also be available to sign on Thursday, August 13th.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/13_WuC6Gg4N_fJoqgBbRg-zk5XGMK29Fqjuq1VHZDrKY/edit?usp=sharing 

COMMUNITY ELIGIBILITY PROVISION SCHOOL YEAR 2020-2021

The Hermitage School District is pleased to announce the district will participate in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) during the 2020 - 2021 school year providing meals, regardless of eligibility category, at NO CHARGE for all students at the following schools, Hermitage Elementary and Hermitage High School participates in the National School Lunch Program or School Breakfast Program. CEP is made possible through the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Special Assistance Certification and Reimbursement Community Eligibility Provision. Federal reimbursement for meals is based on the Identified Student Percentage (ISP) established by the District. The information used to establish the ISP will be made available only to State and Federal officials for review. All adults, e.g., visitors, teachers, support staff members, and administrators of the district must assume the full cost of the meal which is $2.30 for Breakfast and $3.85 for Lunch. 

Nondiscrimination Statement: In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, and reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) 

Program information may be made available in languages other than English. Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g., Braille, large print, audiotape, and American Sign Language) should contact the responsible State or local Agency that administers the program or USDA’s TARGET Center at (202) 720- 2600 (voice and TTY) or contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339. 

To file a program discrimination complaint, a complainant should complete a Form AD-3027, USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, which can be obtained online, at https://www.ascr.usda.gov/sites/default/files/USDA-OASCR%20P-Complaint-Form-0508- 0002-508-11-28-17Fax2Mail.pdf, from any USDA office by calling (866) 632-9992, or by writing a letter addressed to USDA. The letter must contain the complainant’s name, address, telephone number, and a written description of the alleged discriminatory action in sufficient detail to inform the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights (ASCR) about the nature and date of an alleged civil rights violation. The completed AD-3027 form or letter must be submitted to the USDA by: 

(1) mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture 

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights 

1400 Independence Avenue, SW 

Washington, D.C. 20250-9410; 

(2) fax: (833) 256-1665 or (202) 690-7442; 

(3) email: program.intake@usda.gov 

This institution is an equal opportunity provider. 

This institution is an equal opportunity provider. 


Important information for Warren High School Students(Please see all)

 



From UAM

Dear Alumni and Friends,

With the continued uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic in mind, we are beginning to discuss and prepare for our 2020 Homecoming celebrations. For now, we are reaching out to let you know that we are accepting nominations for this year’s alumni awards. Our hope is to recognize individuals and present these awards at a Homecoming Alumni Dinner scheduled to be held on Friday, October 16th. Below is the eligibility, selection criteria, and nomination deadline for each award.

Eastside Kindergarten Registration details announced

Eastside Kindergarten Registration will be held Wednesday, July 29, from 8-3 at Eastside Elementary School for all those students who are not yet registered and will be 5 on or before Aug 1, 2020.  Get your child registered so they will be placed on a class roll before school begins.  All registering will be invited to attend Kindergarten Orientation.

We are excited to be able to offer a one day Kindergarten On Campus Orientation on Thursday, July 30, 2020.  All incoming Kg students are invited to spend the morning at Eastside to learn classroom procedures and be introduced to all Kindergarten teachers and other support personnel.  The day will begin at 7:45 and end at 11:00.  Breakfast will be provided for all students.  Transportation routes will be limited so all those needing transportation to the school will need to be signed up by Tuesday, July 29.  Please call Eastside 226-6761 or 226-5812 ext. 241 to sign up your child and to arrange for transportation.  If your child has a food allergy, please make sure that the office worker taking your application is aware.  All participants will be required to wear a mask while on the bus and at the school.

Hermitage High School 2020-2021 Supply List

Students in 7th-12th grades will need:
Notebooks OR binders with paper
Black/Blue ink pens 
Pencils
Earbuds/Headphones
Note: Students will only be allowed to carry MESH bags and/or backpacks during the school day at Hermitage High School. We will not be using lockers this school year.

Physicals set for Hermitage students

Athletic physicals for students going into grades 7-12 will be Wednesday, July 29th. Physicals will be at the high school gym. Boys are to come at 9:00 am. Girls are to come at 10:00 am. This will help to limit the number of students in the gym at one time. Students are to maintain social distancing in the gym stands. Everyone must wear a mask.

Numerous Warren and Hermitage grads make Southark 2020 Spring Dean's list

South Arkansas Community College has released its Dean’s List for the spring 2020 semester.
To be eligible, a student must have at least a 3.0 grade-point average for the semester, and be classified as full-time.

From Banks, Alexisa Biaonica Clark.

From Bearden, Taylor Elizabeth Vaughan.

From Bryant, Annie Elaine Cole.

From Camden, Ryleigh Feemster, Kimberly M. Hopson, Kitzie Adrian Jackson, Lacie Ann Landon, Riley Jae Loftin, Breana Machael Poindexter, Macy Catherine Turner, Kierra Tyson, Madeline Grace Wilbur, Alyssa Noelle Wynn.

From Crossett, Jennifer Lynn Barnett, Jaylon Darnell Brown, Kasey M. Bryan, Cary Lee Carter, Courtney Ann Chisholm, Caitlan Suzanne Cotton, Sunni Elizabeth Lee, Alexia Pippen, Brian Dewayne Ray, Mackenzie Brooke Reed, Kacy Lynn Wells.

From El Dorado, Tiyonna Raechelle Baker, Alice Faye Benton, Jennifer A. Blevins, Joel Thomas Brewer, Amesha Brewies, Asia Armani Brown, Torrie Lynn Brown, Amanda G. Brumley, Andrew Gabriel Casculescu, Kiley Jane Crecelius, Chavez Emonte Curley, Daniel Lamont Curley, Priscila Abigail Espinosa, Christian Nathanael Evans, Shanell Evans, Tyler Jerence Everette, Hayleigh Elizabeth Farish, Keelyann Havens Fennell, Esteban L. Garay, Felix R. Garcia, Hannah Bethany Harbour, Jeremy Todd Harrison, Brittney Danielle Havens, Trinity Faith Herring, Michele Hildreth, Sierra Grace Hill, Shania M. Hoof, Kelsey Ann Howard, Vida Lisa Jackson, Caliyah Dashae Johnson, Melanie Michelle Kennedy, Cynthia Marie Landaverde, Christopher James Langan, Anh Luu Le, James David Lee, Bailey Nicole Lum, Tiffany Malone, Penny Mathis, Charissa Rose McCallister, Hannah McCallister, Charisma Miller, Rachell Montgomery, Deborah Ann Moore, Crystal Morgan, Tanisha Nicole Morris, Jeremiah Lee Morrison, Dawson Allen Moudy, Zairea Yakia Nelson, Virginia Grace Olivier, Cesilia I. Ortiz, Chase Tanner Owens, Matthew Clifford Peace, Leticia Perez, Radiance Kionna Peterson, Lindsey Ann Poole, Madeline Mae Pope, Jestancia S. Preston, Gracie Lynn Ragan, Robin Lynn Rhodes, Loredana Renae Rivers, Austin Roton, Natalie Nabih Salameh, Airam Roberto Sanchez, Jesus Santana, Juana Melody Sierra, Trinity Treyan Simpson, Kenya Yakesha Singleton, ILeeyah Monay Smith, Verlinda Kay Smith, Zakari Miyana Smith, Allison Layne Snider, Julianne M. Spencer, Amber Michelle Sweeney, Pedro Luis Tena, Tricia DeAnn Terrall, Christopher Paul Thomas, Colt Byron Thompson, Casey Marie Thurlkill, Romona Tolbert, Kashianna Nycole Traylor, Justin Bryan Vansickle, Olivia Lunden Voss, Noah Grant Walker, Samuel Jonah Walker, Jessica Morgan Whaley, Rebecca Gail Whatley, Tiffany White, Alivia Bain Zartuche.

From Fordyce, Eureka Antonett Parham, Marigrace Sisson, Emma Claire Sullivent, Austina Danyelle Westbrook.

From Hamburg, Tyler Shawn Furlong, Perla Ruby Hernandez, Shelby Ann Moffatt, Selena Navarrete.

From Hampton, Taylor Breanne Clemons, Kayla Lauren Faulkner, Mackenzie Grace Ivy, Ashlei Brooke Stanchfield, Browning Gauge Welch, Anna Wilson.

From Hermitage Morgan Leigh Burson, Amber Alayne Knuckles, Joseph Gavin Myers, Marlana Rae Robinson, Cruz Ignacio Uribe.

From Junction City, Crystal Faye Carodine, Shakari Manquece Cook.

From Lake Village, Kaitlin Beth Burton.

From Lawson, Jordan Faith Vonneumann.

From Louann, Madison Paige Neal, Benita Jean Schafer.

From Magnolia, Kelly Natalia Bashinskaya, Johnie Michael Caldwell, Clair Grace Grimmett, Delisa Maire Johnson, Laurel Ann Leveritt, Brandi LeeAnn Samples, Rebecca Joanne Slaughter, Adrienne Michelle Staggs, Abigail Nichole Wells.

From McGehee, Priscilla LouAnn Cessor.

From Monticello, Tiarra Kimara Austin, Nicholas Payton Barnard, LaJada J. Clary, Morgan Donelle Dawson, Brandy Nicole Ferrell, Laura Leigh Handly, Anna Hortensia Miller, Katelyn Makinzey Ross, Jessica Marie Russell, Ezra Zebulon Trantham.

From Mount Holly, Holly Noel Donahoe.

From Norphlet, Nicole Emily Hildebrand, Destiny Renee Bearden, Kaitlyn Sue Rose Goodwin, Lexie Ashlyn Lawrence.

From Rison, Wendy Faye DeLaCruz, Jade Holleman.

From Smackover, Hannah Renea Davis, Quiana Jackson, Samuel James Massey, Beverly Smith.

From Sparkman, Paige Denise Key.

From Star City, Courtney Skye Bullard.

From Stephens, Austin Eugene Jones, Jacob Craig Van Gilder.

From Strong, Zariah Zenae Howell, Tyson Neal Pace, Ashley Suzanne Sawyer, Kristerica Janesha Scott, Hope Elizabeth Wooten.

From Taylor, Preslie Jo Morgan.

From Waldo, Victoria Shea Bright.

From Warren, Julia Anna Blankinship, Marcelino Castillo, Holley Danielle Curry, Hope Melissa Huckaby, Whitney Sloane Jolley, Airiece Shabrice Leaverson, Christian Nykole Marshall, Deszarai Mitchell, Mathew Keenan Nelson, Katlin Michelle Nichols, Tarra Paige Peek, Nicole Pauline Tinoco, Victor Manuel Xharicata Roque.

From Wilmar, Megan Nichole Davis, Monica Shuntia Lyles.

From Bastrop, Louisiana, Brittney Simone Archie, Jacquelyn Lashae Beeman, Keyontrelle Chimere Davis, Krystal Logan Jackson, Zakk H. Spillers, LaKeshia Lafaye Wheeler.

From Bossier City, Louisiana, Brittany Nicole Modisette.

From Choudrant, Louisiana, Yheley Yhanet Borjas, Shanice Hardy, Colton Perritt, Jenna Marie Perritt.

From Dodson, Louisiana, Amanda Howard Garrett.

From Downsville, Louisiana, Amber Nicole Everett, Sonya Lynn Hancock.

From Dubach, Louisiana, Tiffany Lynn Williams.

From Farmerville, Louisiana, Phalisha Phanona Dixson, Amber Francis, Serenity Janae Lloyd, Zakarie Smedley, Phillip Tracy Terral.

From Grayson, Louisiana, Lara Danielle Corley.

From Haynesville, Louisiana, Whitney Beunka Henderson.

From Homer, Louisiana, Saradean Lucy Harris, Russell Wayne Stephens, Amber Jones Varnell.

From Jonesboro, Louisiana, JaKenia Diamonique Jones.

From Marion, Louisiana, Conner William Armstrong, Colby Grafton Green.

From Monroe, Louisiana, Chasity Jenkins, Amanda Stewart.

From Oak Grove, Louisiana, April Nichole Pardon.

From Rayville, Louisiana, Karla Brianne Green.

From Ruston, Louisiana, Heather Nicole Bearden, Jasmine Burks, Damian Lamont Cheffin, Dawn Renee Holmes, Andrea Dionne Martin, Taylor Marie Zachry.

From Sarepta, Louisiana, Mindy Baker.

From Shongaloo, Louisiana, Lauren Lynn LaBlue.

From Sicily Island, Louisiana, Jennifer Daniels.

From Spearsville, Louisiana, Alaina Grace Wallace, Meranda Denise Bennett.

From Summerfield, Louisiana, ChaKeenia DiZhan Malone.

From West Monroe, Louisiana, Elizabeth Gayle Givens, Kristyn Grace Hall, Hali Faye Ratliff.

Warren's Cameron Cobb and Hermitage's Blaine Forrest make A-State Dean's List

JONESBORO – Students on the Chancellor’s and Dean’s Lists for spring 2020 at Arkansas State University have been announced. Combined, the group totals 2,691 students. The lists also include 184 students from Campus QuerĂ©taro, Mexico, who met the academic requirements for the two categories.

The lists recognize undergraduate students who achieved the highest grade point averages while enrolled in 12 or more credit hours of study.

Renaissance Awards




UAM Announces Spring 2020 Chancellor's and Dean's Lists

(MONTICELLO, ARK.) — The University of Arkansas at Monticello named 209 students to the Chancellor's List for the spring 2020 semester and another 357 students to the Dean’s List, according to Sylvia Miller, registrar.

Thomas C. Brunson Elementary School Honor Roll

4th Grade All A’s for the entire year:

·         Luke Cathey

·         Caroline Harton

·         Sosie Rodriguez

 

4th Grade All A’s & B’s for the entire year:



·         Christopher Alford

·         Serenity Brian

·         Wesley Carroll

·         Emmy Chambers

·         Jaycee Courtney

·         Nash Crawford

·         Christopher Danley

·         Amy Dominguez

·         Kloey Ederington

·         Jorge Fabian

·         Alexandra Garcia

·         Logan Gavin

·         Ella Grace Green

·         Komonte Martez Hampton

·         Jaylon Harding

·         Zaylon Harding

·         Mylee Henley

·         DeAngelo Herron

·         Khourtni Johnson

·         Aiden Lewis

·         Jordin Lovell

·         Rett McGaha

·         JaMia McKnight

·         Adan Navarrete

·         Kynnedy Owens

·         Ashton Ozment

·         Ashleigh Quillen

·         Genesis Quintanilla

·         Nathan Robertson

·         Eduardo Roman

·         Aaliyah Ross

·         Wyatt Russell

·         Madison Santos

·         Brooklyn Savage

·         Evan Savage

·         Briana Stanfill

·         Paulette Torres

·         MaKayleigh Wilkerson

·         Huck Williams



 

 

 

 

5th Grade All A’s for the entire year:

·         Alliana Ayala

·         Bristol Ballentine

·         Emili Bautista

·         Blythe Callaway

·         Noah Childs

·         Ava Denton

·         Jackson Denton

·         Kiah Files

·         Russell Gavin

·         Bayleigh Miller

·         Raeleigh Milton

 

5th Grade All A’s & B’s for the entire year:



·         Isabella Burkhardt

·         Alejandro Chavez

·         Gabriella Corcules

·         Heaven Cross

·         Jordan Davis

·         Nicholas Dickens

·         Breize Fellows

·         Spencer Gardner

·         Kylee Glosup

·         Zaydin Grider

·         Emmitt Hargrave

·         Natalie Hargraves

·         Mayren Herrera

·         Brayden Hill

·         Bailey Hood

·         Jackson Huffman

·         Julisa Jaimes

·         Blayne Jarvis

·         Baltazar Jeronimo

·         Haven Johnson

·         Mia Johnson

·         Kayden Lewis

·         Tucker McDiarmid

·         Livi McKinney

·         Rhiaunna Meeks

·         Allison Mondragon

·         Maci Morgan

·         Makenna Morgan

·         Jacelyn Nelson

·         Ghianna Ortiz

·         Allie Ozment

·         Makensy Roberson

·         Aryam Rojo

·         Saniya Russell

·         Jayden Strong

·         Tyrin Strong

·         Aiden Thomas

·         Phoenix Turner

·         Emanuel Velez

·         Tyson Wheeler

·         Lakari Woodard

·         Elias Zuniga

The 2020 Anthony, Gathen, Rainey, Tolbert Scholarship Recipients Have Been Named

The 2020 Anthony, Gathen, Rainey and Tolbert Scholarships in the amount of $1,000 have been awarded to each of the following high school seniors:

Ethan White – Pine Bluff High, will be attending UAPB
Joydyne Carmickle – Dollarway High School, will be attending UAPB
De’ Cortez Dobbs – Dumas High School, will be attending UAPB
Iyania Smith – Warren High School, will be attending UAM

Retired former school district superintendents, Frank Anthony – Pine Bluff, Thomas Gathen – Dollarway, David Rainey- Dumas, and Andrew Tolbert- Warren are pleased with the students selected and wish them the best as they begin their college careers.