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Cedarville High School
9500 Pirates Point
Cedarville, Arkansas 72932
Phone: 479-474-7021
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CEDARVILLE HIGH SCHOOL CAFETERIA

SUMMER BREAKFAST AND LUNCH PROGRAM

All Students 0 – 18 FREE

June 6, 2016 – August 5, 2016

High School Cafeteria

June 6, 2016 through August 5, 2016 Monday - Friday

BREAKFAST: 7:45 a.m.. to 8:45 a.m.. LUNCH: 11:30 a.m.. to 12:45 p.m..

All Children 0 to 18 years of age: No Charge Meals

Cost for Adults: Breakfast $2.00 Lunch  $3.35

Closed Friday, July 1, 2016 and Monday July 4, 2016

We will have (6) designated bus stops for transportation  to and from school.

Cedarville Baptist – Breakfast pick up – 7:40a.m.- Return to Bus Stop at 9:15 a.m.

Lunch pick up – 11:30 a.m.- Return to Bus Stop at 1:10 p.m.

Natural Dam Store- Breakfast Pick up – 7:50 a.m.- Return to Bus Stop at 9:10 a.m.

Lunch pick up – 11:15 a.m.- Return to Bus Stop at 1:00 p.m.

Lucian Wood Road: Breakfast pick up – 8:05 a.m.- Return around 9:00 a.m.

Lunch pick up – 11:45 p.m.- Return around 12:50 p.m.

Uniontown Store – Breakfast pick up – 7:40 a.m.- Return to Bus Stop at 9:15 a.m.

Lunch pick up – 11:30 a.m.- Return to Bus Stop at 1:10 p.m.

Shiloh Village: - Breakfast pick up-7:55 a.m.- Return to Bus Stop at 9:05a.m.

Lunch pick up- 11:45 p.m.- Return around 12:50p.m.

Corner Store – Breakfast pick up – 8:00 a.m.- Return to Bus Stop at 8:50 a.m.

(Hwy 59-220 W) Lunch pick up – 11:45 a.m.- Return to Bus Stop at 12:50 p.m.

Times my vary anywhere from 5 to 10 minutes. 

For more Information: cedarvilleschools.org

High School Cafeteria

(479) 922-6137 

 


 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.

 

District News
2016-2017 School Calendar
Job Postings

 

Cedarville Public Schools is currently accepting applications for the following positions:

Speech Pathologist

Substitute Bus Driver

Route Bus Driver

ISS Instructor

Application for Employment

E-mail Application and/or Resume to Kerry Schneider  c/o tkoonce@cedarvilleschools.org or mail: PO Box 97, Cedarville, AR 72932. 

We are an EOE.

CEDARVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS

MISSION STATEMENT

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.

Athletics

2016 Summer Schedules

Boys Basketball