Tammy L. Young

Tammy L. Young , about 4 hours ago


On Thursday, September 9th, University of Arkansas Fayetteville Admissions Counselor, Megan Garland met with Acorn High School juniors and seniors and gave an overview and information on programs, services, and scholarship opportunities for prospective students. Students were provided viewbooks and contact reference bookmarks including important deadlines.

Ouachita River School District values the collaborative partnership with postsecondary institutions in helping our students be prepared for life. Thank you!

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Tammy L. Young

Tammy L. Young , about 7 hours ago

Lockers being unloaded and installed in boys locker rooms and girls locker rooms in the Acorn Gymnasium. Students enrolled in the Construction Trades Program at Ouachita River Schools worked on this campus project the week of September 13-17, 2021 under the direction and leadership of Mr. Ricky Dollar, Construction Trades Instructor at Acorn High School.

Ouachita River Schools...preparing students for life. #orsdlifeprep

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Tammy L. Young

Tammy L. Young , 3 days ago

Acorn Elementary Hosts Electrical Safety Magic Show

On Friday, September 17th, Acorn Elementary School hosted Rich Mountain Electric Cooperative of the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas for a “magic show” on electrical safety in the Acorn Cafetorium. Scott Davis presented the educational, interactive program using various magic tricks to engage the students in learning electrical safety precautions. The audience participants and attendees included students in grades 5th & 6th. Representing Rich Mountain Electric Cooperative for the program was John Larucci, RMEC Director of Member Services and Safety Coordinator.

Ouachita River School District would like to say “Thank You” to Rich Mountain Electric Cooperative and the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas for such a great program to teach students the importance of electrical safety!

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Kimberly Posey

Kimberly Posey , 3 days ago

This week at AES we celebrated International Dot Day. The Dot is a book by Peter H. Reynolds that encourages us to be creative, teaches us the importance of inspiring others and also encourages us to make our mark!

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Elicia Bergum

Elicia Bergum , 3 days ago

The Acorn Sr. Cross Country Team won the Magazine Cross Country Meet and voted to give Miriam the Team plaque. Miriam placed 5th which was the highest ranking place on the team. Way to go ORSD Sr. Girls!

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