HS SB Tournament
Hs BB Arnett tournament April 14,15,16.
Hs Sb slow pitch Elk city Festival
Mrs. Shannon Shoaf was awarded the Administrator of the Year by the Northwest Reading Council on March 30, 2022. Mrs. Shoaf was recognized for her leadership skills and her devotion to encouraging literacy in her school. Pictured is NWRC president Mrs. Kellie Badley presenting a plaque to Mrs. Shoaf.
Biology II learned how to prepare Petri dishes while looking for the dirtiest place in the school! Once the colonies started growing, they prepared microscope slides to take a closer look! The students enjoy this project every year!
8th grade Science enjoyed some friendly competition while reviewing for their State Science Test!
PreK Enrollment Night- April 20!
5th grade science has been learning about plants and animals and their food and energy. We’ve been learning about photosynthesis and how different elements combine to make compounds. Plants go through photosynthesis and use different compounds to make sugars for food. We modeled this with different colored beads to show the different compounds plants start with and what they use to create sugar. This also allowed us to see what the plants remove as waste.
6th grade has been learning about different rocks and the rock cycle in science class. We have learned how they can change over time and all rocks have different properties. We examined several different types of rocks and their properties last week.
#seniorsunday Brooklyn Nicole Bayless is the 17-year-old daughter of Brandon and Lori Bayless. She has two sisters, Landry and Lauryn. Her hobbies include playing basketball and softball, riding horses, shopping, snow-skiing, and hanging with friends and family. Her future plans are to attend NOC-Enid and play basketball. She also plans on going into the medical field.
This awesome group of kids were special guests at Kiwanis today for being February Sonic Students of the Month. L-R Tyke Williams, Lucas Coykendall, Jadyn Dowler, Josh Campbell, Hallie McCartor, and Brenly Booth. They were escorted by our Teacher of the Month, Brittney Gaisford. Mrs. Gaisford has rocked first grade her first year at Arnett Elementary and dedicates so much of her personal time and resources creating a fun and engaging atmosphere for her students to learn in.
Arnett School hosted its first Career Fair Day! There were 24 volunteers present representing a numerous amount of occupations. Students were able to ask questions to the volunteers and get information on what that occupation entails. Mr. Royal's computer class made name plate for all of the volunteers. Mrs. Dearing's class made a wonderful hospitality room for all of our volunteers to enjoy. The students helped with guiding volunteers to their rooms, setting up the rooms, and other tasks necessary to make this day happen. A big thank you to all of our volunteers for taking time out of their day to give these students this opportunity! It is appreciated more than you know!
Mr. Ford’s stem class has been working on the Straw tower challenge. creations held a ball for 1 minute at a height of 4’. Pictured are Abby Boyd and Zanston Clark.
The Speech and Drama team competed at the Regional tournament and qualified a dramatic duet for state. Congratulations Landree Parsons and Landry Bayless.
Jh sb tournament bracket Thursday March 31.
Last Thursday Arnett students took a trip to SWOSU to participate in the Southwestern Interscholastic Meet (SWIM). Participants included Guilherme Carvalho, Seth Vallaster, Dakota Rumley, Brook Clark, and Skyler Range. The students enjoyed the day! Congratulations to Brook Clark who placed 3rd in Biology II and Guilherme Carvalho who placed 2nd in General Business!
This week First Grade has learned about how the Earth rotates around the sun. This afternoon we used this beautiful weather to experiment with our shadows and how they change throughout the day! We traced our shadows at 10:00 AM, 12:30 PM and at 2:30 PM.
#seniorsunday Our second senior is Marisa Nikole Vallejo. She is the 19 -year-old daughter of Monica and Robert Ramos. Her hobbies include making blankets and dancing. She plans on becoming a massage therapist after graduation.
#seniorsunday On Sunday's leading up to graduation we will spotlight a member of the Class of 2022 each week, along with their favorite quote. This week will feature two of them. Our first senior is Chastity Lea Akins. She is the 17-year-old daughter of Nikki and Lee Akins. Her hobbies include hunting and drawing. Her future plans are to complete her LPN at Western Technology Center.