M.A. Hardin Elementary received recognition for its National Blue Ribbon status on Nov. 18 at the White Hall School Board meeting, specially held at the school in recognition of the award.
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The October Students of the Month from Gandy Elementary are: from bottom to top: bottom row; Curlan McCray, Karson Peyton, James Menard, Tyler Earnest, Kaitleen Toh, Lincoln Hood; middle row: Tres Kurz, Sara Beth Young, Amiya Laws, Colton Davis; and top row; Stephanie Ames, Jase Welch, Madison Henderson, Maci Poe, Denya Alghazali, Emma Reed, Bronson May. (Special to The Progress)
The September Students of the Month from Gandy Elementary are: From bottom to top: bottom row: Braden Drye, Bella Moltz, Macy Stone, Laney Gumm, Tyler Barnes, Sydnee Brickey; middle row: Trenton Jones, Talan Cothran, Noah Smith, Bryson Dickerson, Kennedie Johnson, Isabella Moore; and top row: Marissa Hartless, Garrett Brown, Duston Henderson, Carson Cook, Jiannah Via. (Special to The Progress)
Taylor Elementary in White Hall recently held its fall carnival. (Special to The Progress)
CONWAY — The University of Central Arkansas hosted its August 2014 commencement on Friday, Aug. 8, in the Jeff Farris Health and Physical Education Center on the campus.
Moody recently held its annual Fall Carnival. Students enjoyed participating in different games and activities such as hair painting, a boo room, a dance room and fishing. A silent auction was also held.
Lydia Wood, a fifth-grade student at Moody Elementary, has taken the initiative to inform others of bullying and to stop bullying by starting an anti-bullying campaign.
Moody Elementary students celebrated Red Ribbon Week last week.
Moody Elementary October Students of the Month are as follows: first row (left to right) Kaden Nash, Kaitlynne Murphy, Logan Chapmon, Elijah Yates, Ryann Nelson, Lanie Ratliff and Brooklyn Powell; second row (left to right) Benton Williams, Kaejah Hodge, Olivia Cooper, Jordan Johnson, Sophie Weaver, Abigail Deaton and Owen Lord. Not pictured is Claudia Woodyard.
White Hall schools lost power for about one hour Tuesday, allowing some students to leave for the day.