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Due to the office renovations, Ms. Sheron will be located in the library during this time. If you need to get in touch with her, either stop by the library or e-mail her at email@example.com. If you call, remain on the line after the voice mail message, and then enter her extension 401. The office will be worked on for at least the next two weeks (June 11-June 22).
There will be a FBLA National Conference fundraiser bake sale on Friday, June 16th from 10 am to 1 pm at Harp's. Rachel Brummund and Mrs. Emily Little are raising money for their upcoming trip to the conference in Baltimore, Maryland. Rachel will be competiting in Entrepreneurship. Rachel won the state competition this past spring. Please come out on Friday and support them.
Ms. Sheron will be out of the office this week.
The office at Western Grove school will be open Monday-Thursday from 8 am until 3pm. Friday hours are 8-noon. These are the hours until the teachers return in August. If the office should be closed on a certain day, there will be notification on the website.
Congratulations to the students, faculty, and staff! After many years of being on the State of Arkansas' Department of Education's School Improvement List, effective today. April 10, 2018, we have met all the criteria to be removed from that list! This is a huge accomplishment for Western Grove School! Keep up the good work, Warriors!
Junior Rachel Brummund won first place in the Entrepreneurship competition at the State FBLA Conference. Rachel will now represent Western Grove and Arkansas at the National FBLA Conference in Baltimore, MD this summer. Congratulations, Rachel!
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Change of schedule: Middle school lunch is from 11:40 am until 12:10 pm.
7th and 8th basketball girls will each lunch with the high school.
Students are not allowed on campus before 7:30 am.
The office is open from 7:30 am until 4:30 pm.
The Ozark Mountain School District has recently been approved for Alternative Method of Instruction. AMI is to be used for up to five days missed due to inclement weather (snow days). Students will be given a packet of work to take home. In the event of the first missed day of school due to weather, the student will complete the assignments given for Day1 in each of the core areas (Math, English/Language Arts, History/Social Studies, and Science) and return the complete packet to the classroom teachers the next day that school is in session. The student will get a grade, and it will not count as an absence. If the student does not return the complete packet (all assignments) on the next day that school is in session, then the student will not get a grade and will be counted absent. Please keep both the completed assignments and the assignments for the other days in the packet. Teachers will be checking to see if the unused assignments are in the packets. On the next missed day, the student will complete the assignments for Day 2 and return the complete packet to the classroom teachers. This will continue for each missed day up to five days. After five days, no additional packets will be handed out. As a district, students will have to make up those snow days (Day 6 and beyond). If students do not miss any school due to weather, then the work in the packets will not be required and will not be returned to the classroom teachers. Students will only be required to complete work for the number of days missed that are five or less. If students work ahead, they do not turn in the work all at once. No extra credit will be given for non-required assignments.
Students in Virtual Arkansas online classes and North Arkansas College online concurrent classes will continue on as normal. If school is missed due to bad weather, Ms. Marshall will e-mail the director of Virtual Arkansas and Sarah Bing at North Arkansas College to pass the message on to the teachers that Western Grove students did not have school. This will let the teachers know that some students who do not have internet at home could notwork on assignments during the snow days.
Students in classes at North Arkansas College Technical Center will need to find out via TV or the radio to see if North Arkansas College is having classes that day. If you have to miss due to weather and North Arkansas College is having classes, be sure to pick up an orange card in the office to take to the Tech Center campus. No school bus service will be available on days when OMSD is not having school. If students can make it to class at the Tech Center, then no orange card will be needed.
If an assignment is lost, you may go to the student activities tab on this website and find the AMI Work Page. You may download a copy of the assignment from that page.
Snow routes mean paved roads ONLY. If you have any questions, contact your child's bus driver for more information about your specific route. The implementation of snow routes will be announced on REMIND, local TV news and their websites, radio, Facebook, and Twitter.