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Morgan Wade of Crossett will join outstanding high school students from across the nation to take part in a unique academic and career oriented development experience, the National Youth Leadership Forum: 6 Days to Start up. The event will be on the campus of Yale University.

The University of Arkansas at Monticello announced its plans to assist dislocated workers at a leadership roundtable Monday held at its technical campus in Crossett. The university is extending deadlines, offering career services, and making scholarship funds available. The public meeting wa…

Counselor Norma Watts and Librarian Leslie Mansur received a grant from Weyerhaeuser to help create centers in the Crossett Learning Center library. 

The Crossett Educaton Alliance gave out more than $20,000 during the 2018-2019 school year, including a recent grant from a local company that allowed the purchase of new pre-k curriculum for an area pre-school.

Crossett Middle School eighth grader Trinity Foster made it into the third round at the Scripps National Spelling Bee Tuesday. Foster won the Ashley County Spelling Bee and placed fourth at the state level. Crossett school officials said that to their knowledge no other student from the Cros…

Bryan Ellis of Crossett graduated from Florida A&M University College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (FAMU COPPS) May 4 with a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree. He is the son of William Ellis Sr. and Linda Ellis.

April C. Smith, a 2001 graduate of Crossett High School and a 2005 graduate of the University of Central Arkansas, received a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership with a specialty in higher education from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte on May 11. 

Crossett and Hamburg high schools’ graduating senior classes gathered at their respective schools one last Friday to collect their diplomas, wish each other luck and say goodbye to the schools that are now their alma maters.

Joshua Teutsch, a Crossett High School 10th grader, has spent the second half of his sophomore year in the Opportunity for Work Based Learning Program, otherwise known as OWL.

The Crossett High School choir students took the stage for their annual Follies in the new Crossett High School Auditorium April 26th and 27.

A Crossett High School junior has been accepted to attend the Joey Travolta Film Camp that will be hosted by Northwest Community College in Bentonville this week.

Rachel Langley of Crossett was among the political science students from the University of Arkansas at Monticello (UAM) who presented research at a major conferences for their field during the spring semester.

The Crossett High School band went to El Dorado March 12 and competed in the 4A prepared reading and sight reading competition. The CHS band received a rating of one in sight reading and a two rating in prepared reading on a level of one to five with one being the highest.

Crossett Elementary School leadership students are once again raising money to support Heifer International. Last year, students raised more than $1,000 to benefit Heifer’s Read to Feed program. This year, they are just as passionate about the Milk Money program, a new fundraiser that helps …

Crossett eighth grader Trinity Foster spelled her way through the 11th round of the Arkansas State Spelling Bee in Conway on Saturday, placing fourth overall in the statewide tournament.

Crossett High School hosted its annual career fair for students Feb. 27. The event is organized by the CHS Career and Technical Education department.  Students attended five separate sessions of their choosing from approximately 45 options.

Crossett High Schools’ Journalism Class started collecting information about the history of Crossett from the years 1948 to 2018 in January. The class decided to collect the history of Crossett after being inspired by the book “Crossett Sawmill Interviews,” which is a record of Crossett thro…

Crossett High Schools’ National Honor Society officers were announced Feb. 12. The officers for the 2019 year are President Amari Williams and Vice President Sydney Watkins. The school’s sponsor for the National Honor Society is Stephanie Brooks.

Seventh grade students at Crossett Middle School use scientific investigation to explore endothermic and exothermic chemical reactions as part of their Summit Learning curriculum.