Preserving Yesterday, Excelling Today, Preparing for
strives to educate students in a variety of
ways, in and outside of the classroom.
Teachers are constantly providing new, and
interesting learning experiences in the
class and through club and organization
activities. This ensures that
Sloan-Hendrix is never a dull place.
There is always something happening on
campus at any given moment. This page
will be updated as often as possible to help
you keep up with ...
March 13, Mr. Thomisonís senior government class made a
trip to the state capitol in Little Rock.
They toured the building with their districtís
representative, Mr. James Ratliff, and sat in on a
came to Sloan-Hendrix on Friday, March 15.
Lawrey's Environmental Studies class continued a long
term study of tree growth on the Sloan-Hendrix campus on
Friday, March 15.
Mrs. McDaniel's 1st and 4th period Algebra B classes did
an experiment this week. They tested data of baby dolls
bungeeing with rubber bands and then calculated a
regression line and equation. Then they used their
equations to predict how many rubber bands it would take
to bungee their babies from the New Gym banister (190").
See, math can be fun!