• Keep It Clean! Friday, November 9, 2019

  • September 11 Remembered

     

    Today marks 18 years since the deadliest attack on American soil. Our schools are filled with students who have no memories of 9/11....most were not even born. We often hear the words never forget when discussing today's anniversary and so we choose to remember through the eyes of two individuals in our community. Alyson Low is a former teacher at Washington Junior High. Her sister Sara died on 9/11. Dan Bartlett is an executive vice-president at Walmart but, on this day 18 years ago, he was with then-President George W. Bush. We're indebted to Alyson and Dan for sharing their stories with our students. Never Forget.

  • August Good News

     

    Project SEARCH Arkansas is a beautiful program that helps young adults with disabilities transition to the workplace. After completing the nine month internship, the Project SEARCH team helps our students find full-time employment. We're grateful for the students, teachers and business partners who make this program a reality for Bentonville Schools.

  • July Good News

     

    Are you ready? They are. Some of our most talented and hardest working students have battled the heat the last few weeks to be ready by fall. They call it the skillet. Enjoy your July Good News right here.

  • June Good News

     

    Learning looks different these days, doesn't it? Gone are the rows of single file desks. In their place, you'll find collaboration stations with mobile seating. That's because life is is lived outside of the box. Kendall Tweedy is a member of the Class of 2019 from Bentonville West High School. Prior to graduation, Kendall began work on his private pilot's license. His love of flight inspired us to study how we can combine academics and aviation in Bentonville Schools. Check it out in this month's Good News.

  • Graduation 2019

     

    Congratulations, Class of 2019!

  • Gateway Graduation 2019

     

    It's the season of pomp and circumstance and we begin the celebrations with our Gateway graduates. These students have worked incredibly hard for this moment. Their smiles hide more tears than some of us will ever know. Their stories differ but they all have one. Some have lost their parents, some are parents themselves while others are the breadwinner for an entire family. Join us in celebrating their grit, determination and this victory!

  • Bentonville Schools - Good News April

     

    Sometimes we chase a goal and sometimes we run it down. Bentonville High School senior Lainey Quandt is only the fourth female in the state of Arkansas to run a mile in less than five minutes. It didn't happen overnight. It happened one day, one race and one second at a time. Check out our April Good News with student-athlete Lainey Quandt and Superintendent Dr. Debbie Jones. 

  • Bentonville Schools - Good News March

     

    Feelings of insecurity can relentlessly stalk each of us. Sally Geren, an administrative assistant at Bentonville High School, certainly experienced her own doubts growing up so she decided to write about them. Her book I Must Moo was penned for her grandchildren but it's teaching the value of contentment to an audience across the world!

  • Bentonville Schools - Good News February

     

    Evening Star Elementary will open this fall and it will be a beautiful, state of the art building. What you might not know is the story that is Evening Star's beautiful history. Its name holds special meaning for past generations and those to come!

  • Bentonville Schools - Good News January

     

    Architecture students at Bentonville High School recently took the top award in a national high school architecture competition sponsored by the Chicago Architecture Foundation. BHS students in the program also took seven of the 15 honors awarded. Their designs are works of art yet still pragmatic, capable of serving communities across the globe. 

  • Bentonville Schools - Good News December

     

    Some 14,000 students in Bentonville Schools ride a bus every day. To school and home or to a play or musical. And those bus drivers? They're quiet heroes delivering our most precious cargo.

     

  • Christmas Ornaments

     

    Student-artists from Ardis Ann Middle School are spreading some Christmas magic in our nation's capital! Ardis Ann is one of 56 schools across the country selected to create ornaments for the 2018 National Christmas Tree experience in Washington, D.C.

     

    Check out the behind the scenes process!

  • Pieter Kohnstam

     

    Some subjects in the world of education are harder than others but nonetheless significant. It was our great honor and privilege to host Holocaust survivor Pieter Kohnstam in our schools recently. Learning beyond the textbook is our mission. 

  • Bentonville Schools - Good News November

     

    Farm to Table is a thriving trend right now all across the country and in Bentonville Schools. Watch how Old High Middle Schools is giving students food for thought in November's Good News.

     

  • Bentonville Schools - Good News October

     

    Across the nation, mountain bikers are losing their minds and finding their souls on rugged paths cutting across hills and forests. Our students are out there on those same trails. Both Bentonville High School and Bentonville West High School now offer mountain biking teams. The rush is obvious when you hear BWHS student Lucas Byrne talk about the sport he loves.

     

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    The best stories about the best students, teachers and district.

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