Next week is the treasured North Little Rock tradition! King of the Hill will take place Friday, February 17. The freshman princes on the King of the Hill Court are the following (from left to right): Andrew Lawrence, Michael McCormick, Benjamin Santini, Drake Golden, and Jayvyn Murphy.
Here are some signs across the school to honor senior athletes. Friday is Senior Night at Charging Wildcat Arena! We will be honoring seniors on the girls and boys basketball, cheer, dance, swim & dive, and wrestling teams. The ceremony will take place right before the boys' game.
Way to go, Emma Dill and Amaya Kindle! Emma has earned All State Cheer honors, and Amaya made the East All-Star Cheer roster. Both of these young ladies, now seniors, are three-time champs! NLR Varsity Cheer has garnered the Class 6A State Cheer title three years in a row!
Talk about delicious! We thank the Cafeteria Staff for the healthy, delectable salad bar they prepared for students and staff today.
The mandatory meeting for parents whose students are interested in joining a spirit group next school year has a new date. This meeting is for the parents of students who will be in grades 7th through 12th grade next year.
Due to the inclement weather, some games have been rescheduled. On SATURDAY, our teams will be in action against Conway. At Conway High 9th Grade Girls: Noon 9th Grade Boys: 1:15 p.m. At Charging Wildcat Arena Varsity Girls: 3:00 p.m. Varsity Boys: 4:30 p.m.
The mandatory meeting scheduled for today (2/2) for parents whose students are interested in joining a spirit group next school year has been postponed. A new date will be communicated later. This meeting is for parents whose students are currently 6th through 11th grade.
We're ready for you! Please make plans to attend the NLRHS and COE Showcase Night, set for Thursday, January 26, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on our campus! We will be highlighting our various programs and courses and for families to learn more about what we offer.
We're so excited to host our Showcase Fair this Saturday! This is an opportunity for our families and potential new families to learn about each of our campuses and what they offer! We look forward to seeing you!
Please make plans to attend this parent meeting if your student would like to try out for the spirit groups at the middle school and high school next school year.
Congratulations to Alex Rojas, a senior at the COE, for earning the OSHA 10 certification! Entry-level workers with this credential have industry-specific knowledge and skills that help prevent injuries and keep workplaces safe and productive. His teacher, Mr. Graham, is pictured with him.
Congratulations to our Charging Wildcats who earned All State and All Conference honors for the 2022 season. All State (first row, l to r): Robert Burgess, Diemere Manuel, and Quincy Rhodes. All Conference (middle row, l to r): Reginald Walker, Devin Jackson, Zachary Robinson, Torrance Moore, Malachi Gober, (last row, l to r) Deontae' Young, and Cory Henderson. Not pictured is Delkarai Davis.
Let's do our part to support the Yearbook Staff!
Achieve Open House and Resource Fair!
Beginning 1/3, we will begin accepting School Choice applications for next school year! The deadline to apply is 5/1. Click here for more information: https://www.nlrsd.org/article/948994 Also, come to the Showcase Fair on 1/28 to learn more about our campuses.
Temperatures are dropping! The City of North Little Rock is opening Riverhouse as a warming center. It will open Thursday.
Congrats to our own Quincy Rhodes for being selected to play in the Army All-American Bowl! We wish him the best of luck! The game will air December 17 at 3:00 p.m. on NBC.
Over the weekend, the NLRHS/COE Chess Team attended an invitational chess tournament in Bryant and won 1st place against 11 other teams. Our players include COE students Owen Webber and Kristen Buford and NLHS students Andrew Jenkins and Mason Fitzgerald. Congratulations!
Hats off to the 6th Grade Campus and the COE! The Office of Education Policy has recognized them with the “Beating the Odds” award for high growth on the 2022 ACT Aspire while serving students from low-income communities. Read more here: https://www.nlrsd.org/article/929195
Congratulations to Crestwood Elementary and the Center of Excellence! Both schools will receive money from the state for high achievement and student growth on the 2022 ACT Aspire exam. Click here to read the amounts: https://www.nlrsd.org/article/929164