Not that anyone really needs the reminder, but just in case: School is closed for Thanksgiving break all of next week. Have a great week off, #PhoenixFam!
Let's hear it for our Arkansas Seal of Biliteracy recipients, #PhoenixFam!
Save the date, #PhoenixFam! DTSOI Holiday Extravaganza will be Dec. 6th. Phoenix Odyssey is sponsoring a movie night after school, followed by our second annual holiday product market, and then the high school band concert. Come enjoy holiday fun for the whole fam!
Our #PhoenixFam Culinary Arts Team Won 2nd Place in a Flavors: Soup, Sandwich and Market Basket Salad Competition hosted by Bentonville West on Nov. 10th! Congratulations to Alex Yescas Santos and Orlando Adame Cortez!
Don Tyson School of Innovation honored veterans with a celebratory assembly. The celebration featured patriotic performances by the Symphonic Band, Chamber Choir, and Phoenix Dance Academy as well as student literary works and keynote speakers Commander Michael Schutz and Lt. Governor Tim Griffin. Our #PhoenixFam is grateful to all who have served and continue to serve!
Springdale Schools is grateful for community partners such as the NWA Builders Association, which presented a $1,500 donation Nov. 3 in support of Don Tyson School of Innovation’s construction technology program! #Springdale Family
#PhoenixFam 5th grade VIA students were winners of the Imagine Learning MyPath ready…set…learn contest for being top achievers! They won their choice of a $50 egift card and selected a pizza party. Thank you to Just-Us Printing for the banner!
SAVE THE DATE, #PhoenixFam!
Students, families, and community members are invited to attend our Veterans Day Celebration on November 10th.
Many of our #PhoenixFam 8th graders recently attended the "We The People" exhibit at Crystal Bridges. They were able to see an original copy of the U.S. Constitution, along with other important documents associated with our country's history.
Make sure to have your smiling faces ready for picture day, #PhoenixFam!
#PhoenixFam student works will be showcased at the DeathRay Illustration & Print Expo! DTSOI students from graphic design and art classes collaborated with the library maker studio to create unique prints for sale at the expo. Shop their pieces and the works of local creatives Saturday, Oct. 29th 11am-6pm on Mount Sequoyah. Entry is free for students and $5 for others.
Walmart and Kellogg’s today presented the Don Tyson School of Innovation cross-country and track programs with a $25,000 grant! The grant may be used to create a running path for students so they don’t have to training along Hylton Road and Don Tyson Parkway. #SpringdaleFamily
Springdale Schools interviewed five Don Tyson School of Innovation students today for paid instructional assistant intern positions in our elementary schools. The students had to apply, create a resume and participate in an interview with a panel of principals. #SpringdaleFamily
Enjoy your three day weekend! We will see you on Monday #SpringdaleFamily
Disfruten de su fin de semana largo! Nos vemos el lunes
Don Tyson School of Innovation offered the 2nd Annual Trade and Industry Education Day today in the parking lot and Industrial Maintenance and Welding labs. About 1,000 NWA students attended the event to learn more about industry and DTSOI opportunities! #SpringdaleFamily
Springdale School District Car Seat Giveaway.
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#PhoenixFam students recently attended the NWA DECA Fall Leadership Conference. During the conference students participated in an entrepreneurship scavenger hunt highlighting the many businesses located in downtown Springdale. There was also a DECA exam competition for students to compete in to prepare for the state competition in the spring.
Hanna Hicks - 1st Place Entrepreneurship
Owen Hale - 4th Place Finance
Aunyx Rogers - 4th Place Hospitality and Tourism
Make sure to sign up for the PTSA's Phoenix Burner Glow Run, #PhoenixFam! The early registration discount deadline is SOON!
The DTSOI Department of Theatre's production of Reginald Rose's "12 Angry Jurors" will run October 20th, 21st, and 22nd at 6:30pm each night. Tickets will be $10 for general admission and $5 for students and staff.
Based on the classic teleplay "Twelve Angry Men," this play contemplates the responsibility of twelve ordinary people, dealing with their own histories, prejudices, and biases, as they decide the fate of a young man accused of murder.