Recently 91 Cedarville High School students from our Digital Communications Program received Microsoft certifications; 26 Word, 43 PowerPoint, 9 Excel, and 13 Access and 9 students received certifications in all 4 areas. Congratulations to the following:
Josiah Sheppard-Word, PowerPoint, Hannah Mullis-Word, PowerPoint, Sierra Odom-Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, Brieana McAfee-Word, PowerPoint,Hunter Lindermann-Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, Cassandra Bailey, Word, PowerPoint, Carly Talley, Word, PowerPoint, McKenna Welbern-Word, PowerPoint, Isaiah Lawson-Word, PowerPoint, Benjamin Stephens-Word, PowerPoint, Michelle Hanson-Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Wade McCawley-Word, PowerPoint, Access, Raphael Bassani-Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, Terrie Easter-Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, Hannah McNeese-Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, James Knight-Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, Jason Swaim-Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, Angel Earnhart-Word, PowerPoint, Faith Weaver-PowerPoint, Austin Stewart-PowerPoint, Nathan Heaton-PowerPoint, Access, Makayla Davis-PowerPoint, Kadence Maples-PowerPoint, Access, Nathan Chu-Word, PowerPoint,Brooklyn McGuire, PowerPoint, Jeffrey Buccille-Word, Kaysha Brannum-Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, Heaven Brown-PowerPoint, Access, Jack Garner-Word, Caleb Richards-PowerPoint, Esmeralda Galdamez-PowerPoint, Sarah Newton-PowerPoint, Shelbi Rice-Word, PowerPoint, Haley Baker-Word, Sydney Seegers-PowerPoint, Brenda Skelton-PowerPoint, Chanel Kattich-PowerPoint, Kaycee Maxwell-Word, Marquia Florez-Word, Trevor Bickford-PowerPoint, Makayla Sparks-PowerPoint, Anthony Parmenter-PowerPoint, Matthew Evans-PowerPoint, Logan Cook-PowerPoint, Megan Hild-PowerPoint, Whittnie Hernandez-PowerPoint, Viola Crabtree-PowerPoint, Dylan Murray-Word
Congratulations to the Cedarville EAST Program for winning First Place in the Arkansas Historic Preservation film competition. The competition honors documentaries made by high school students about any historic site in the state. Working with Park Ranger, Pat Schmidt, EAST students produced a short documentary on the Fort Smith National Historic Site and Judge Isaac C. Parker, “The Hanging Judge.” The students received $150 transportation stipend to attend the award ceremony and screening of the winning films. The event will be held at the Ron Robinson Theater in Little Rock on May 11. Awards are $100/team, individual certificates, a trophy and possible inclusion at the Hot Springs Film Festival. Video team members include; Bailie Murphy, Sierra Odom, Maddy Armer, Allie Franklin, Devyn Ruiz, Kaelyn Church, Kara Dickens, McKenna Welbern, Jason Swaim, Halea Carter, Harlie Hightower, Lanie Stockton, and Whittnie Hernandez. Manuel Galdamez created the music for the film. The film may be viewed on the district’s home page under the Parent/Community tab.
Cedarville High School and the Cedarville FFA would like to congratulate Senior Eli Koonce for being selected to receive the Arkansas Foundation Scholarship. Way to go Eli!!
We would also like to congratulate Juniors Derick Jones, James Rosson, and RJ Pope for being selected to receive their State FFA Degree. Along with the scholarship and degrees being awarded, we are also excited to announce that our very own FFA Chapter received a Gold ranking for the national chapter award in the state!
Way to go Cedarville FFA members and FFA teacher Courtney Smith on all of your hard work!! PPRD!!!!
Congratulations to Junior Bailey Odom and Seniors Sierra Odom and Bailie Murphy for placing 4th at the FBLA State Competition for Website Design. By placing 4th they are now advancing to the FBLA National Competition which will be held June 27 – July 3, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia! Way to go girls! PPRD!!
Five Arkansas school districts were recognized during the January 15th SBE Meeting for being named AP Honor Roll Districts. The Atkins, Cedar Ridge, Cedarville, Springdale and White Hall school districts were honored by College Board for increasing access to Advanced Placement classes and for raising the percentage of students who score a 3 or higher on AP exams.
(Pictured: Holly Brown, Susanne Roth, and Johnny Key-ADE Commissioner)
Cedarville High School earns a B on Arkansas's first A-F School Report Cards. Cedarville High School was among only 483 schools receiving an A or B in this inaugural year based on academic performance and growth during the 2013-2014 school year. To read the complete letter from Arkansaslearns.org click on the following link: http://s3.amazonaws.com/scschoolfiles/917/hs_b_letter.pdf
Cedarville Public Schools is currently accepting applications for the following positions:
Special Education Supervisor/LEA (Applications due by Monday, May 23, 2016)
Special Education Teacher (9th – 12th Grade)
Gifted and Talented Teacher/AP Coordinator
Substitute Bus Driver
E-mail Application and/or Resume to Dr. Dan Foreman, c/o email@example.com or mail: PO Box 97, Cedarville, AR 72932.
We are an EOE.
Cedarville Public Schools will endeavor to provide our students with the opportunity and resources to master skills and concepts necessary to become productive citizens in our ever-changing world. Skills in literacy and mathematics will be emphasized.
2016 Summer Schedules