Bay High School's yearbook staff and sponsor attended a yearbook seminar yesterday. We hope they learned many things to help make our yearbook great.
There will be no school Monday, September 4th for Labor Day. Have a safe and fun extended weekend!
K-3 Yellowjacket Basketball League sign up information. Forms can be turned in to the elementary office or your student's teacher.
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RESERVED SEATS ARE OPEN FOR RENEWAL ONLY! Deadline to renew seats is Sept. 1 after that they will be open to the public to buy. $70.00 each. Contact Coach Brannen for details.
We have a new lunch menu app and website. Search "my school menus" in the App Store or Google Play. You can also access the menus at myschoolmenus.com/organization/1639. They can be accessed from our website as well.
Bay School District administrators recently attended the AAEA Summer Conference. The theme was "Building Arkansas's Future Workforce". Mike Perna talked to us about "unleashing passion, purpose, and performance in younger generations". Dr. Lovins presented with a panel of superintendents on the LEARNS Act. Lots of great information was presented at the conference.
If your child was accepted into the Bay School District by school choice, please contact the high school or elementary office at 870-781-3297 to see what is needed to get your child registered.
Bay Elementary's leadership team attended the PEER Summer Summit in Searcy this week. Mrs. Hafer presented on Rating Scales, and Mrs. Staggs presented on Processing Content. We have a great group of teachers. #cometobay
Congratulations to the following students for their awesome AP scores. We are so proud of all your hard work!
Per State and Federal guidelines, special education records are maintained for six years after the student exits the special education program. If your child was dismissed, graduated, dropped from the program, or found to be ineligible in the 2016-2017 school years, records will be destroyed after July 15, 2023. You or your child (as rights are transferred to the student at the age of 18) have the right to review or request a copy of these records before they are destroyed. If you wish to view or request a copy of the records before destruction, please call LEA Special Education Supervisor, Christina Kammerer, at 870-781-3711. THESE RECORDS ARE NOT YOUR CHILD’S PERMANENT SCHOOL RECORDS. THESE ARE SPECIAL EDUCATION DOCUMENTS ONLY.
Thank you to all who served and laid down their lives for our freedoms. We honor and remember you.
Today is the last day of school. Enjoy your summer break. See you in August!
School Choice decision letters will be mailed this week.
Tommorrow, May 25th, is our last day of school. We will dismiss at 2:15. Have a safe summer.
The school year is winding down. Next week is the end of the school year. Here is what is happening next week.
Next week is busy in the district. Here's what's happening.
Mrs. Wigginton's 10th grade English students have been studying Thornton Wilder's "Our Town". Here are some photos of their in-class performances. Picture 1: George (Bradley Climer) and Emily (Raegan McMasters) get "married" by the minister (Mrs. Wigginton). Picture 2: Student created "stained glass windows" for the wedding scene. Picture 3: Dr. and Mrs. Gibbs (Matthias Givens and Hollyn Dycus) out for an evening stroll. Picture 4: The ladies coming home from choir practice (7th period): Lilah Webb, Hollyn Dycus, and Faith Muntz Picture 5: The ladies coming home from choir practice (1st period): Mrs. Wigginton, Lynlee Womack, and Mia Blalock. It looks like they had fun with this project. We are going to miss Mrs. Wigginton, but we hope she enjoys her retirement.
Congratulations to the following Bay Elementary students for have art work recognized in the "Through a Child's Eyes" exhibit (from left to right): Katy Lara, Saylor Davis, Ashlyn Dickens, Malachi Washington (3rd place), Jolie Arnold, Rhett Johnson (1st place), Caffrey Richards, Maggie Tennyson, Aliana Reed (2nd place), and Sawyer Lynn (3rd place). Great job!
We are excited to announce that Bay High School has received the Laura Bush Foundation for America's Libraries grant. We are only 1 of 300 school across the nation to receive the grant. It is valued at $5,000, and those funds go to our high school library program. Please read the full press release pictured.