Fishing Tournament Update!!!
2 months ago, Teresa Harlan
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A huge shout-out to our local Dollar General (and specifically Julie Simpson) for providing our library with 100 new books to love! Concord Elementary students thank you!!!
2 months ago, Teresa Harlan
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Our school has lost to wonderful former foster grandmothers this year: Ms. Joyce Martin and Ms. Clara Penner. Thanks to everyone who donated books (or funds to purchase books) in memory of these wonderful ladies!
2 months ago, Teresa Harlan
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This week is G.U.I.D.E. for Life Week which celebrates the importance of social emotional learning! The Arkansas Department of Education has identified five guiding principles: GROWTH, UNDERSTANDING, INTERACTION, DECISIONS, and EMPATHY. Today's principle is UNDERSTANDING: This principle helps students know themselves and learn to self advocate for what they need. Practice for students: * Make sure rules are clear * Provide students with specific feedback about their behavior at home and school. * Check on student's emotional wellbeing daily. * Help students understand their strengths and weaknesses #schoolcounseling #concordpirates #ARGUIDEforLife
2 months ago, Priscilla Johnson
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This week is G.U.I.D.E. for Life Week which celebrates the importance of social emotional learning! The Arkansas Department of Education has identified five guiding principles: GROWTH, UNDERSTANDING, INTERACTION, DECISIONS, and EMPATHY. Today's principle is GROWTH: This principle helps students understand that their behavior can and does affect others around them. Practice for students: * Encourage students to take pride/ownership in work and behavior * Encourage students to reflect and adapt to classroom situations * Assist students with being ready in the classroom * Assist students with managing their own emotional states #schoolcounseling #concordpirates #ARGUIDEforLife
3 months ago, Priscilla Johnson
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It’s that time of the year for Kindergarten and Preschool registration for the 2022-2023 school year!
3 months ago, Travis Fletcher
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This week is School Counselor Appreciation Week. We would like to take a moment to recognize and show our appreciation for our very own Mrs. Johnson. As many of you know, Mrs. Johnson was voted as the Elementary School Counselor of the Year for North Central Arkansas last year. This year she has taken on a new role as the K-12 counselor and has done a phenomenal job. We are truly blessed to have her guiding our students. Thank you Mrs. Johnson for all that you do for our students!
3 months ago, Travis Fletcher
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Good luck to our bowling teams competing in the State Bowling Tournament today! πŸ’œπŸ’›
3 months ago, Priscilla Johnson
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Senior Night was great! Thank you to all of our Senior Athletes for dedicating their time and talent to our athletic programs! A big congrats to our Senior Boys Ball team who pulled off an impressive win against the Viola Longhorns! πŸ’œπŸ’›
3 months ago, Priscilla Johnson
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Just wanted to take a minute to invite our Pirate Families to Ms. Johnson's Concord School Counseling Facebook Page! Please follow! https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100071428309374
3 months ago, Priscilla Johnson
Services for our friend and co-worker, Mrs.Penner. https://www.heberspringsfuneralhome.com/obituary/Clara-Penner
4 months ago, Becky Cornett
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Junior High District Tournament Brackets...games will be played at Viola. Go Pirates!!
4 months ago, Stephanie Langley
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Pirate Family, As many of you may already know, the Governor released an update yesterday in regards to quarantining students and staff considered to be probable close contacts of COVID-19. Previously, a probable close contact was considered anyone who had been within 3 feet of someone who tests positive for COVID-19 for fifteen minutes or more. The health department required districts to quarantine those individuals for a minimum of 5 days and could last for up to 10. The Arkansas Department of Health as well as the Department of Education have lifted quarantine requirements for those considered to be probable close contacts for K-12 schools. That decision has now been left up to the districts to decide. Concord Schools has made the decision to no longer contact trace to send home probable close contacts (both students and faculty). This decision was reached primarily due to the fact that over 90% of our students that have been sent home as probable close contacts have not contracted COVID-19 due to school exposure. Simply put, previous requirements from the ADH were causing us to send home healthy students. This caused a lot of students to miss crucial instruction, meals, and socialization. Those who test positive for COVID-19 will still adhere to the current guidelines. The changes are only for probable close contacts. We still plan on notifying parents if their child is a close contact to someone who tests positive. This will let them make the decision if they want to send their child to school or keep them at home. It also allows them to monitor their child for symptoms. The District will still adhere to social distancing as well as sanitizing our facilities on a daily basis. We are still going to do all we can to keep our students safe and keep them in school. K-12 students and staff who are currently under quarantine as probable close contacts (not positive cases) will be allowed to return to school starting tomorrow. I am confidant this is one giant step closer to getting back to some normalcy. Thank you, Travis Fletcher Superintendent
4 months ago, Travis Fletcher
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CHS sophomores attended Sophomore Preview Day at UACCB on Friday. Students had hands on experiences with many career opportunities including welding, mechatronics, EMT, phlebotomy, nursing, construction and computer technology. Thanks UACCB for hosting this wonderful day of learning!
4 months ago, Becky Cornett
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Concord Pirate Basketball Update: The games against Quitman scheduled for tonight, Monday January 24th, have been canceled.
4 months ago, Stephanie Langley
Basketball Update: Concord vs. Rural Special @ Concord Tuesday January 18, 2022 @ 5 p.m. Junior Boys, 7th Grade Boys, Senior Boys (in that order)
4 months ago, Stephanie Langley
If a student tests positive for Covid please notify the school by calling 501-454-3716. This will allow us to try to stay up to date on contact tracing and reporting. Thank you for your help.
4 months ago, Delite Fife
We would like to welcome any student outside of the District the opportunity to attend Concord Schools. School Choice registration is now open. You can find the form to fill out at: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/96104/School_Choice_Application.pdf
5 months ago, Travis Fletcher
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Concord High School is offering 9-12th grade students a way to earn thousands of dollars through free ACT prep!!!! Please read attached letter. For more details contact Amber Cooper or Becky Cornett at CHS 668-3757.
5 months ago, Becky Cornett
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Kindergarten through third grade students learned different levels of coding by using Mouse Bots during GT classes this week for Computer Science Education Week. #ARKidsCanCode.
5 months ago, Becky Cornett
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