12 Days of Christmas starts Monday, December 4th.
November Birthday Lunches Tomorrow
Students can wear hats today! This is a reward for their excellent behavior this week.🥳
The Paragould High School Theater Department proudly presents "All My Sons" November 17th - 19th. Check out the flyer for details. Come support your Rams!
If you are the parent of a home schooled child who resides in the Paragould School District and has/had an IEP in a public school setting, he or she may be eligible to receive equitable services through a service plan. There is a meeting being held to discuss this or you can contact Special Education Director, Stephanie Thomas at (870) 240-2294 ext 8006 with questions.
Our November newsletter was sent home yesterday.
Our quest to level up our readers has never been so much fun! We’re blasting through our adventure to earn as many books as possible for our students. Today, we announced the winner of the iPad! Congratulations, Ryder Cross!
You are looking at published authors! Ms. Nikki and Mrs. Wendy’s classes both published a book. OGE now has two books newly published and written by some of our fabulous students!!!
JROTC is hosting the 2nd annual trick or treat event this Saturday, Oct. 28th. Due to the chance of rain, it will be held in the Paragould High School. Park in the main parking lot and enter through the main entrance. Open to the public and guaranteed to be SPOOKTACULAR!
Attention, adventurers! Our Book Blast event starts tomorrow! We will set off in search of treasure to build our students' home libraries. Follow the steps on the Treasure Map coming home tomorrow to embark on an epic quest to earn exciting rewards and books.
Friday was a busy day at OGE. The students got to enjoy the AR Parade for meeting their reading goal and a Magic Show at the Collins Theatre.
Friday night at OGE Steamfest was a blast! Thank you to all the families that came out for a great night of science, technology, engineering, art, and math.
October Birthday Lunch last week was a blast. Thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate!
Dyslexia is real. Dyslexia is common. Dyslexia is lifelong. There are ways you can help your students with dyslexia. Take a look at this week's dyslexia information. Tons of great information including dyslexia markers at different ages.
Did you know there is a national blood shortage? Our PHS Key Club is doing their part by hosting a blood drive in the PHS gym on October 25th and they're asking you to help them out by donating. You'll get a free t-shirt, gift card, and most importantly, the chance to say you saved lives. Win, win, BIG WIN. This link will take you directly to the drive to schedule your appointment:
🏀Basket Ball Season is Here🏀