Madison Armer, has been selected as a Varsity It Girl by the National Cheerleaders Association. She will be on a team that represents one of 5 teams across the nation. This is an internship in Marketing that will be a great experience for college & beyond. The girls selected must have a high GPA, strong leadership skills, be creative & have a passion for cheer. The first meeting is in Dallas, TX, on October 3.
In today's world, sometimes sportsmanship is forgotten, but not last Friday. On Friday, September 11, 2015, our very own William Simpson reminded everyone the meaning of sportsmanship! The Cedarville Pirates were playing the Dover Pirates, Pirates vs Pirates. After the the game he went over to the opposing team to congratulate them on a well played game and to thank them for their sportsmanship throughout the entire game. A parent from Dover snapped the above picture and posted it on Facebook to thank William and to let everyone know of HIS sportsmanship. To date, the post has been shared over 330 times. We want to say, "JOB WELL DONE WILLIAM!, WE ARE PROUD OF YOU, You reminded us all the true meaning of sportsmanship!!"
Congratulations to our 2015-2016 Junior High and Senior High Homecoming Courts
Senior High Maids
Front Row-Senior-Morgan Williams, Senior-Sierra Odom, Senior-Bailie Murphy, and Senior-Maddy Armer
Back Row-Junior-Raylee Johnson, Sophomore-Paige Skinner, Sophomore Mikayla Oden, and Junior-Cierra Henry
Junior High Maids
Front Row-Freshman-Maddie Murray, Freshman-Andrea Lea, Freshman-Lainie Stockton, and Freshman-Whittnie Hernandez
Back Row- 8th-Rylee Mereechka, 7th-Katie Oden, 7th-Audrey Gathright, and 8th-Cheyanne Adams
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 High School would like to congratulate Kimberly “Lexi” Brown and Maria Brown on their accomplishments this summer with Skills USA through the WATC program at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith. Lexi, a current senior student at CHS, competed in the medical terminology competition, and placed 4th in the state. Maria, a 2012 CHS graduate and current Cedarville Elementary School intern, competed at the national level, and received gold in the Early Childhood Education competition. Congratulations girls. We are so proud of you! #PPRD
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.