Reminder: We will be presenting our annual Veterans Day program at Cabe Auditorium on November 10. We would love to feature all of our area veterans and service members. If you would like to be featured please send your information to the GHS office or email to email@example.com. Please submit by October 20.
Friday night will be Youth Night at the senior high football game against Fouke. Anyone 6th grade and under will be admitted FREE to the game by wearing a Gurdon football jersey or Gurdon cheer uniform!!! BE GREAT
#MySmileMatters Here’s another unexpected way dental hygienists help kids be healthy! A lack of sleep can be detrimental to a child’s behavior, development, and overall health. A hygienist may be the first to detect poor sleep issues–even earlier than a parent, nurse, or other medical professionals. Call the Wellness Center today to sign your child up for dental services at school! 870-353-5123 Ext. 122
Flu forms are due back to school ASAP! The flu clinic will be next Tuesday, October 17 in the Wellness Center.
October is National Principals Month, that means we want to shout out one of the best! Mrs. Riley is a CES gem! She loves her students, faculty, and staff! She works tirelessly to keep her campuses moving in the right direction. Thank you Mrs. Riley!
A BIG thank you to the GHS custodial staff for all you do for our students and teachers! We're better because of you!
Fouke has ongoing construction around the stadium at this time. This diagram is the proper way for the visiting fans to park at the stadium. Thursday: 7th grade @ Fouke - 5:30 Junior High @ Fouke- 7:00
The Gurdon JR and SR Beta Clubs are looking for sponsors to help them prepare for and attend state and national conventions. The state convention is in January in Hot Springs, AR and the national convention (which both clubs qualified for by attending Leadership Summit earlier this week) is in June in Savannah, GA. We are going to create a t-shirt for all members, club sponsors, and chaperones to wear at service project events, fundraisers, and conventions. The business sponsors will be featured on the back of the t-shirts, along with possibly a thank you with each publication about Beta's activities and accomplishments. Please contact Mrs. Nolen or Mrs. Russell at Gurdon High School if you have any questions.
Angel Tree Application is open!
"FAMILY" Friday at CES was a success! DEAR time, a sweet treat, and celebrations made our Friday Finale Grand!
Just in case you haven't heard, there's something brewing in the GHS library before school! Close Up is operating a coffee shop to help raise funds for their trip! All 7-12 students are invited to come enjoy before school! The weather is getting perfect for it! See you there Monday!
We will be presenting our annual Veterans Day program at Cabe Auditorium on November 10. We would love to feature all of our area veterans and service members. If you would like to be featured please send your information to the GHS office or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please submit by October 20.
Ms. Wanda is the best! She I was named Staff of the Month for September. Her teachers and students appreciate everything she does for their halls!
Ms. Stormes showed up and showed out in September! She never fails to give her all for GHS! That s why she was named Teacher of the Month for September. We don't know what we would do without her!
September was the month to BE GREAT at GHS! We had not one, but 3 Students at f the Month! Seniors were the ones to watch! Sydney Thomas, Zoie Turnbiw, and Abigail Brown were recognized for their service and attitudes!
Gurdon JR Beta qualified to compete at Nationals in June in Savannah, Georgia in Collaboration Connection, Lead Outside the Box, and Project Proposal! They received perfect scores in Collaboration Connection! They also had a lot of fun competing in the photo scavenger hunt and placed in the Top 10!
Members of the Senior Beta Club represented GHS at the Regional Leadership Summit in Hot Springs and qualified for the National Convention in three events! They collaborated, competed, and built friendships with outstanding students from all over Arkansas and other states. They even got some time to go experience the history and science of the hot springs themselves!
We're grateful for our teachers! Teams worked hard today planning instruction and analyzing standards. We appreciate the hard work they put in to make students successful!
Every area of the school that you can think of received an emergency bleeding control kit this week. Classrooms, offices, outer buildings, buses! The kits contain the supplies that are needed to treat an emergency bleeding event: gloves, survival blanket, tourniquet, wound packing gauze and compress, emergency trauma dressing, entry/exit wound chest seal, and medical scissors. We work hard to make sure our students are healthy and safe at school! Be Great!