PHS Rifle team members competed at North Little Rock today. Rayleigh Gonser placed 2nd, Jeffery Huffmaster placed 6th, and new to shooting from Brazil, Lucas Tors placed 12th. Great job!! #psdrams
Coach Lamb’s EAST students are dedicating their time to the community by working various Christmas themed activity stations in the children’s department of Belk. Their service is in connection to the holiday sales in the store. PHS students, including Jax Russom, Jazmine Madden, and Ashton White, continue to do amazing things in the Paragould community! #psdrams
Mr. Inman’s PHS Community Service Learning students took advantage of the pretty day and raked leaves at several houses. They are making a positive impact on the Paragould Community and we are so proud of them! Thank you Mr. Joel Hollis for gathering the rakes and bags for this project! Always a great day to be a Ram! #psdrams
Congratulations Paragould Pride Marching Band—Class 5A State Champions!!! GO PRIDE!
PSD students are doing great things and PSD staff strive daily to help them be successful! Parents, we need your assistance! Research shows the importance of student attendance and defines chronic absenteeism as having missed 10% or more days of school. The school year is 178 days, which means that a student who misses 18 days of school a year is considered to be chronically absent. See the attached flyer from the Arkansas Department of Education to learn more about student attendance and how to help your child build a habit of good attendance.
Join us for Senior Night at Ram Stadium! Senior band members and senior football players will be recognized beginning at 6:00 p.m. Pregame activities will conclude by 6:50 p.m. The Rams will play their last home football game against Blytheville at 7:00 p.m. GO RAMS!
Congratulations to the Lady Rams on their win over Sylvan Hills last night! The Lady Rams advance to the next round of state and will play in the semi-finals today at 3:00 p.m. GO RAMS!!!
Congratulations Lady Rams on a first round state volleyball victory over Greenbrier tonight! The Lady Rams will play Round 2 on Wednesday, October 30, at 7 p.m. in Hot Springs. Let's Go Lady Rams! #psdrams
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM PARENTS: The Cross Country team will be traveling to Hot Springs on November 8 for the State Cross Country meet on November 9. The team will be staying at Holiday Inn Express and Suites, 206 Mehta Court, Hot Springs. 501-463-5600.
All cross country members improved their times! Shawn Winn placed 11th out of 110 runners! Front row, left to right: Sam Wood, Shawn Winn, and McKenzie Minor. Back row, left to right: Ethan Barnes, Peter Bakich, Chance Espinoza, Orlando Oliver, Noah Huffman, Arianna Oliver, and Victoria Slayton. Great job! #psdrams
Congratulations OAK GROVE MIDDLE and PARAGOULD JUNIOR HIGH for being recognized by the Office for Education Policy (OEP) at the University of Arkansas as schools where students demonstrated high growth on the ACT Aspire! OAK GROVE MIDDLE received the following awards: Statewide High Overall Growth: Middle Level Statewide High ELA Growth: Middle Level High Overall Growth: Middle Level (Northeast Region) High ELA Growth: Middle Level (Northeast Region) PARAGOULD JUNIOR HIGH received the following awards: Statewide High Overall Growth: Middle Level Statewide High Math Growth: Middle Level High Overall Growth: Middle Level (Northeast Region) High Math Growth: Middle Level (Northeast Region) Way to go OGMS and PJHS!!! #psdrams
Sarah Sellen has been named a finalist in the QuestBridge Match Scholarship. QuestBridge partners with 40 colleges, including Yale, Vanderbilt, Duke, Princeton, and MIT, to offer full four-year scholarships worth over $200,000. This generous scholarship will cover tuition and fees, room and board, books and supplies, as well as travel expenses. QuestBridge notified Sarah of the final steps she will be taking in the next month to finish the scholarship process. We wish Sarah the best of luck in the final steps!
PHS Dancers had a clean sweep this weekend at the Sheridan Invitational Dance Competition! They took first place in all four categories: Jazz, High Kick, HipHop, and Pom. Senior Aaron Fisher and Junior Molly Linam placed first in Ensembles, while Sophomore Natalie Horner placed first in Solos! It's a great day to be a Ram! #psdrams
Storms are predicted for tomorrow morning. We will be monitoring the weather closely, especially during the early morning bus routes. We appreciate your patience as the storms could impact the pick up times for bus riders.
Congratulations Woodrow Wilson Elementary! Woodrow Wilson has been recognized by the Office for Education Policy (OEP) at the University of Arkansas as a school where students demonstrated high growth on the ACT Aspire! Woodrow Wilson received the following award: High ELA Growth: Elementary Level (Northeast Region) #psdrams
Congratulations to Paragould Junior High for being recognized by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education as a "School on the Move". PJHS is one of five middle/junior high schools in the state earning growth scores two standard deviation (2.0 SD) or more above the mean on the 2019 ACT Aspire Assessment. The growth score for PJHS is 85.54! Great Job! #psdrams
The Smoking Skulls Riding Club donated $575.00 in shoe gift cards to PSD. With the help of OGE secretary and Shoe Sensation employee Tiffany Beasley, school counselors Stephanie Elmore and Kristy Ford shopped for shoes and were able to purchase 37 pair of shoes for K-6 students. Thank you so much to Smoking Skulls Riding Club for the donation and to Ms. Beasley for assisting with the shoe purchases! #psdrams
Congratulations Simon McBride Class 5A State Golf Champion! We are so proud of you!! #psdrams
Congratulations to the PHS Homecoming Court! Freshmen: Emily Hill escorted by Britt Rogers Lexi Huffine escorted by Garron McDaniel Sloan Tripod escorted by Ben Sloas Kaylee Willcockson escorted by Henry Thompson Sophomores: Asriah Little escorted by Tyler Brown Lexie Mangrum escorted by Jamison DaVault Megan Riggs escorted by Landon Manning Savannah Tinsley escorted by Braxton Tilley Juniors: Paige Glenn escorted by Nick Ashby Olivia Hancock escorted by TJ Myatt Evelyn McHaney escorted by Randy Pate Kathelyn McHaney escorted by Chase Rowland Seniors: Salem Craft escorted by Gage Blankenship Maegan Kelley escorted by Adam Lindsey Shea Malone escorted by Jacob Murphy Mattie Neighbors escorted by Zach Raney Kayla Smith escorted by Carter Starling
PHS FOOTBALL GAME CHANGE FOR MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30: The JV game against Nettleton has been cancelled. The 7th grade game against Nettleton will begin at 5:30. THE GAME IS AT PARAGOULD! Go Rams!!
PHS FOOTBALL GAME CHANGE FOR MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30: JV game against Nettleton has been cancelled. The 7th grade game against Nettleton will begin at 5:30. Go Rams!!!
Great job PHS Cross Country at the 5K Saturday! Overall Placing among all who competed: #1 Shawn Winn, #2 Beau Burbank, #3 Matthew Roach, and #4 Ethan Barnes. First place finish in their age groups: Peter Bakich, Ethan Barnes, Idayali Rodriguez, and Samantha Wood. Second place finish in their age groups: Noah Huffman, Orlando Oliver, and Mckenzie Minor. Proud to be a Ram!
The PSD app is not working again due to problems with the app integrating with the new iOS update. The app company, Apptegy, will keep us informed and contact us as soon as the problem has been resolved. Thank you for your patience!
Apple has pushed out the iOS 13.1 update. The Paragould School District App works with the new update.
Apple sent out a message stating that the iOS 13 update has been affecting many apps from functioning including the Paragould School District App. They are working on pushing out an update. We will send out notification as soon as we receive more information.
Football season has arrived! JROTC will be tailgating in the field next to the JROTC building this Friday night. All are welcome to come mix and mingle with some great students. Play some games and support Ram Nation!!! We will have hotdogs and burgers from 4:30 to 6:30. #psdrams
Congratulations to PHS senior Ashlyn Apple! Ashlyn was chosen as the Jr. Miss Greene County this week and will be representing Greene County in the state competition on October 16. #psdrams
The Annual Report to the Public will be Monday, September 9, 2019, at 6:00 p.m. in the District Administration Office located at 1501 West Court Street. The report will be accessible on the district website by September 20, 2019.
PHS golf teams won today against Nettleton and Wynne. Simon McBride and Madison Holmes were the medalists. Go Rams!! #psdrams.
The Little Rock FBI office issued a statement regarding a possible school shooting in Arkansas, August 29 (in Kentucky on August 28). The FBI could not confirm the source of the reporting party. PSD administration is not aware of any specific threat to our district. Keeping students and staff safe is our top priority and we will remain in contact with the authorities.
Way to go PJHS Rams! 16-14 win over Gosnell! #psdrams
Ram Fans, in accordance with AAA, when thunder is heard, cloud-to-ground lightning is seen, or an approved detector indicates that lightning is within 10 miles, outdoor activities will be suspended for 30 minutes. Athletes and fans will be directed to take shelter immediately.
The Annual Paragould Athletic Booster Club Kickoff is Friday, 8/23, at Ram Stadium, beginning at 5:30 for PJHS & 6:30 for PHS. Welcome all athletes, their families, and booster club sponsors! This is a great evening to meet the athletes, as they will each be recognized! Go Rams!
PJHS & PHS football scrimmage games against Gosnell begin at 5:30 tonight at Ram Stadium! GO RAMS!
Congratulations Simon McBride for earning medalist honors in golf at the Searcy tournament on Monday! Here we go Rams! #psdrams
The first day of school is Tuesday, August 13!
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