Hermitage High School Student Supply List

Hermitage High School Student Supply List

ALL STUDENTS 7th-12th:
Notebooks or Binder with paper
Folder with Pockets for Math
Package of Index cards for History/Social Studies

Flash Drive
Headphones w/microphone
Sheet protectors

Regular Pencils (no mechanical pencils)

If any other supplies are needed, teachers will let students know.

If your child wants a locker, they will need $2.00. We will issue lockers the first few days of school. 

South Arkansas Community College has announced its President’s Honor Roll for the 2017-’18 academic year.

A student is recognized for the honor for having a 3.5 cumulative grade-point average over 15 credit-hour increments.

Included are:

Personalized Learning-Community Involvement

Cameron Cobb points out the ways in which personalized learning benefits him at WHS.
Students, teachers, administration and the public were recently invited to a public meeting concerning personalized learning at Warren High School.  The meeting was conducted may 25th in the school media center.

Those in attendance had some time to meet and greet prior to the official program.  A brief history of personalized learning at Warren high School was discussed and then teachers and students talked about their experiences.  A time for questions was allowed.

The general consensus was that the program gives students time to learn and allows teachers some flexibility in teaching.  It also allows students to move ahead at their own pace while mandating they meet learning goals.

Left:  Clarissa Morman tells the group how persoanlized learning has helped her with her busy schedule.

Rivers Frazer speaks about her Personalized Learning Positives.

WMS Students Visit Heifer Village

Six Warren Middle School students recently visited Heifer Village in Little Rock as a reward for obtaining community service hours.  The students were Weston Gavin, Dakota Eyman,  Jay Carroll, Alex Estrada, RJ Martin, and Michaela Stanley.  Robbie Eyman, Sherrie Carroll, Ruth Correll,  and Sandy Hollingsworth, WMS Counselor, also attended the field trip as PIT Crew sponsors for the students.

Four Serve as Media Specialists

Four Eastside students served at Eastside’s Media Specialist for the day as a reward for earning the most points this year in Eastside’s Accelerated Reader Program. These students earned over 130 AR Points each and read over 1,000 books this school year! Pictured are 1st Grader- Brenyah Lowe, 3rd Grader Macie Morgan, 2nd Grader Makayleigh Wilkerson, 3rd Grader Ava Denton, and Eastside Media Specialist Lindsey Vickers.
SEACBEC medical students visited Bradley County Medical Center during hospital week. Students were given a tour and heard presentations from various health care professionals.

Warren Students Compete In Chess Tournament

Warren School District Gifted and Talented:  The Elementary Chess Team recently competed in the Southeast Invitational Chess Tournament.  80 students from area schools competed.  Cody Weatherspoon, a 5th grader at Brunson New Vision Charter School, ranked 7th out of the 80 competitors, only losing one match.  Other honorable mentions are Jeduthan Wallace, 4th grade, and Jayden Poole, 5th grade, who ranked in the top 25.   Overall, the team performed very well. 

Pictured: Weston Gavin (Coach),  Alex Wargo,  Jeduthan Wallace, Kolby Pope, Bleyze Fellows, Eli Chambers, Cody Weatherspoon, Colton Steen, Alexander Perez, Jayden Poole, and Carter Cessor.  Not pictured: Aiden Crozier (Coach)

SEACBEC Students Receive National Career Readiness Certification

SEACBEC Students received the National Career Readiness Certification.  The NCRC is endorsed by the Governor and businesses nationwide.  Each nationally recognized certificate is signed by Governor Asa Hutchinson.  ACT designed the curriculum and the exam to measure the level of abilities people will have in the work place.  SEACBEC students receiving this certificate are:

Platinum certificates – Mason Bigham, Samantha Clanton, Cameron Cobb,
Kami Files, Alaina Glover, Scott  Pennington,  Jaye Saunders, Mackenzie Selby, Josie Smith, Nicole Tinoco, Mary Lynn Wagnon

Gold certificates – Taylar Barnett, Maria Castillo, Megan Davis, KaNiya Grant, Briaunna Harris, Josh Hensley, Kasey Kellum, Mary Johanna Lasiter, Chloe Lanier,  Tatyana Newton, Davis Pennington, Ken Puterbaugh, Lauren Reams,  Avery Rhoden, Estephany Roman, Marcus Shipp, Will Stracner, Anna Katherine Wardlaw, A’Kasha Wright,  Bethany Flowers

Silver certificates – Enrique Aquino, Grant Barrett, Evan Forrest, Randrell Hegler, Riley Hemphill, Reanna Lopez, Armani Meza, Jordan Neely, Tarra Peek, Logan Smith, Grace Anna Wiggins, Dashavona Hampton, Pandora Johnson, Corrine Ridgell, Natalie Sanchez, Braley Sanson

Bronze certificates – Autumn Baggett, Justin Gavin, Jonathan Merales, Monica Rivera, Valerie Heintzleman, Tiffany Kelley, Shakeria Stovall

Festival Chorus Presents Concert

Southeast Arkansas Festival Chorus presented their annual concert Saturday, April 21 in the Drew Central Auditorium.  More than 150 students represented 7 school districts in Southeast Arkansas.  Warren Participants were Ashlyn Crawford, Jolie Trussell, Karlee Files (Back row L-R), Weston Reep, Adyson Rauls, and Katie Kuhn, Director (Front row L-R).  These students are 6th graders at Warren Middle School and are active participants in the Middle School Beginning Chorus directed by Katie Kuhn.

2018 Warren Prom King and Queen

King Luke Gorman and Queen A'Jasia Hempton
Warren High School held its prom Friday, April 20.  The theme of the prom was Diamonds Are Forever.  A'Jasia Hampton and Luke Gorman were selected at the King and Queen.

Nine WMS Students Chosen as Girls of Promis

Warren Middle School had 9 8th grade students, Ruthann Corker, Jayden Grider, Brianna Campbell, Chloe Phelps, Bailey Solis, Stephanie Canuto, Ella Garner, Olivia Brown, and Anna Herron, attend the Girls of Promise conference in Little Rock on April 12 & 13.  The conference was two days of activities focused on encouraging the girls to pursue higher-level science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) courses and introduce careers related to those fields. Women in those careers including scientists, welders, physicians, computer systems engineers, and coders led sessions with the girls discussing how STEM is used in their chosen careers.

WSD Chess Tournament Results

Warren School District Gifted and Talented:  After weeks of competition, the following students were named winners of the 5th Grade Chess Tournament:
Jayden Pool- 1st Place, Cody Weatherspoon- 2nd Place, Alex Perez- 3rd Place

These students will compete in the Southeast Arkansas Elementary Chess Invitational in May.​

Students Attend FBLA State Leadership Conference

FBLA State Leadership Conference in Little Rock at Statehouse Convention Center. Those who qualified for state: Heaven Clary-Acctg II, Monica Rivera-Acctg I, Martheli Gonzalez-Hospitality Management, Kelsie Harris-Hospitality Management. Pictured in attendance are Kelsie Harris, Martheli Gonzalez, Heaven Clary, and FBLA Sponsor Janet Harton.

Key Note speaker for State FBLA Leadership Conference opening session, Joe Fingerhut with FBLA Advisor Janet Harton. Topic of Key Note address was "Permission to Play," giving yourself permission to enjoy your life and career choices. Mr. Fingerhut spoke to 3800 FBLA students and advisors in attendance.

4th Grade Chess Champs

Warren School District Gifted and Talented:  After weeks of competition, the following students were named winners of the 4th Grade Chess Tournament:
Colton Steen - 2nd Place (tie), Jeduthun Wallace 1st Place, Bleyze Fellows 2nd Place (tie)

These students will compete in the Southeast Arkansas Elementary Chess Invitational in May.​

Elementary Quiz Bowl

Warren School District Gifted and Talented:  The Warren School District's Elementary Quiz Bowl Team recently competed against other area schools in the Southeast Arkansas Invitational Quiz Bowl . The students did very well, and were knocked out of the competition in a sudden death match, losing only by one question. 

Quiz Bowl Team Members:  Abby Raines, Addyson Rauls (scorekeeper), Chloe Sanders, Taliyah Walton, Avery Wharton, Reiss Cornish, Andrew Rhoden, Jude Cathey, and Race Frazer (captain).

Hermitage Students Attend Roller Coaster Challenge

Five Hermitage GT students competed in the annual roller coaster challenge at the Monticello Educational Cooperative on March 27. These students worked in teams composed of students from various schools in the cooperative area. The students put together the paper parts, made design decisions and constructed group roller coasters. These could be designed for a fast or a slow ride and for the most creative coaster. Two of our group members, Chelcie Grider and Rayleigh Temple were on winning teams and received a medal. Students participating in this event are from left to right: Rayleigh Temple, Sarah Huitt, Stella Huitt, Ana Castillo and Chelcie Grider.

Hermitage GT Bunny Name Contest

Hermitage GT Enrichment students in grades K-3rd have been involved with the study of rabbits. The GT teacher brought a live bunny to school and there was a contest to select the most appropriate name for the bunny. The name selected from the various entries  by the 4th, 5th and 6th grade GT students was OREO. The students pictured submitted this name. front row Left to Right: Nakaylee Neal, Jeremy Keller, Ed Ramos, Nevaeh Whitney, Kannan Belin, Brenda Gonzalez. Back row L. to R: Yasmine Candido, Connor Knuckles, Travis Grice, Alexa Belin, Jaycee Smith, Emma Clay and Harmoney Hickam.

HOSA/SEACBEC Compete in Conference

HOSA SEACBEC students recently competed with over 700 other students across the state at the HOSA State Leadership Conference in Hot Springs.  Members pictured are (L to R): KaNiyia Grant, Johanna Lasiter, Briaunna Harris, Jaye Saunders, and Alaina Glover.
Jaye Saunders placed 2nd in Extemporaneous Writing and Alaina Glover placed 3rd in Medical Math.  Alaina also received the Barbara James Service Award which is given to students completing at least 100 hours of community service.
HOSA sponsors are Kasey Reep and Emily Harton​

Winners Named In Southeast Arkansas Math Contest

Top mathematics students from throughout southeast Arkansas competed at the annual Arkansas Council for Teachers of Mathematics Southeast Arkansas Mathematics Contest hosted Saturday by the University of Arkansas at Monticello. Pictured from left by row are the first, second and third place winners in each category. First place winners were (bottom row, from left) Jaci Gibson of Monticello (Algebra I) Michael Underwood of Monticello (Geometry), Haley Gibson of Monticello (Algebra II), Justin Dady of White Hall (Trigonometry/Precalculus), and Hunter Smith of White Hall (Calculus). Second place winners were (second row, from left) Leah Huitt of Hermitage (Algebra I), Alexis Temple of Warren (Geometry), Sarah Xie of White Hall (Algebra II), Julia Everett of Hamburg (Trigonometry/Precalculus), and Reid Mansur of Hamburg (Calculus). Third place winners were (third row, from left) Anna McEowen of Hermitage (Algebra I), Isha Patel of White Hall (Geometry), Anna Marie of Monticello (Algebra II), Bradley Dallas of Monticello (Trigonometry/Precalculus), (Not pictured: Gavin Shapiro of White Hall (Calculus).

Warren School District Gifted and Talented

Brunson New Vision Charter 5th grade  Student, Annette Escobedo, and Warren Middle School 7th grade student, Hunter White, have been notified by the National Geographic Society that they have both qualified as semifinalists to compete in the 2018 Arkansas National Geographic State Bee.  The contest will be held at The University of Central Arkansas on Friday, April 6, 2018.

This is the second level of the National Geographic Bee competition, which is now in its 30th year.  School Bees were held in school with fourth - eighth grade students throughout the state to determine each school's champion.  School Champions then took a qualifiying test, which they submitted to the National Geographic Society.  The National Geographic Society has invited up to 100 of the top-scoring students in each of the 50 states to compete in the State Bees. 

Annette is the daughter of Jose and Josephina Escobedo.  Hunter is the son of April White and Hunter White.

Hermitage Students Compete in Chess Tournament

Five Hermitage Junior High Chess Club Students recently competed in the South Arkansas Chess Tournament in Monticello. The students competed against students from area schools in the Southeast Cooperative and had several wins.
They are from L to R Victor Vargas, Alan McGhee, Braden Harrod, Jorge Ramos and Tristen Woodall.​

JROTC Military Ball Set for March 17th

Hermitage Jr. High Quiz Bowl Places 1st At 1A Regional tournament

The Hermitage Jr. High Quiz Bowl Team competed at the Regional Tournament in Maumelle on Saturday February 3rd.  The team finished with a 1st place win with an undefeated record. The team qualified to compete at the State Competition on February 24th, 2018 in Morrilton, Ar. Team Captain, Edwin Martinez, also had the second highest individual average for most questions answered per game. He was invited to join the All-Tournament team for the Region. Team members include (back row starting left) Julianne Baker, Olivia Pierce, Braden Harrod, Alan McGhee, Sutton Nelson, John Robert Ellis (front row left to right) Joseph Best, Edwin Martinez (Captain), and Hailey Carney (Scorekeeper). Coaches are Mistie McGhee and Ginnie Sellers.