Sloan-Hendrix 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 ...

October 2017


Cross Country Team @ Bald Knob
SHHS FFA at National Convention
Cross Country Team @ Quitman

A flu clinic was held on Monday, October 23 in the Bill McCurley Gymnasium with aid from the staff from the Lawrence County Health Department.  The clinic was organized by Sloan-Hendrix School Nurse, Mikka Jones.
Cross Country Team @ Lake Hamilton
Cross Country Team @ Valley View
Cross Country Team @ Salem Results
GT Field Trip
FBLA elected officers for 2017-2018 at their meeting on October 17.  They are Lillian Foley - Parliamentarian, Riley Hubbard - Treasurer, Kelsey Carter - Vice-President, Perry Hutton - President, Jenna Smith - Secretary, and Hannah Rohrer - Reporter.  Photo by Amber Johnson (FBLA designated photographer).
JAG students volunteered their time to help set up for the PTE Fall Festival.

Three students recently competed at the JAG State Leadership Competition in Little Rock.  Those competing were Azacia Williams-Math Skills Emily Raub-Public Speaking and Kassidy Young-Employability Skills.  Azacia finished 2nd and qualified for the JAG National Leadership Competition in Washington DC on November 29.  The JAG (Jobs for Arkansas Graduates) program is new to SHHS this year.  JAG is a state-based national non-profit organization dedicated to giving young people the skills to stay in school through graduation, pursue postsecondary education and secure quality entry-level jobs leading to career advancement opportunities.  Mr. Ricky Grisham is the advisor for JAG.
The 7th graders were all spiffed up and looking sharp for their season opener against Maynard on Monday, October 16.  GO HOUNDS!
Black and Gold Games
FBLA prepares for conference.
Beta Club Induction
Library Celebrates Freedom to Read To celebrate the 35th annual Banned Books Week, the Sloan-Hendrix librarian, Mrs. Dean, held a contest. Students had to guess which banned book was shredded up in a glass jar. They could enter as many times as they wanted throughout the week. On Friday she drew names and the first name with the correct answer was Hannah Rohrer. Because she had such a good response to the contest, Mrs. Dean picked a second winner, Halei Boyles. Both students won gift bags filled with candy.
Mrs. Sue Dail's fifth grade social studies students completed Native American Projects as part of their studies of the Native American Cultures of the Americas. The students made long houses, tepees, totem poles, and kachina dolls. The students did a great job and their work was displayed in the middle school hallway during Parent Teacher Conferences.


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Sloan-Hendrix Happenings Page Last updated 11/7/17