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The Crossett High School JAG (Jobs for America’s Graduates) class is trying to “clean-up Florida” by collecting bars of soap. The goal is to collect 2,000 bars of soap to donate to areas damaged by Hurricane Michael.

The forensics team at Crossett High School is going over their scripts for an upcoming competition in November. A script is a shortened version of a play that a member of the forensics team will reenact for competition.

Crossett High School (CHS) students are required to become CPR certified in order to graduate. The reason behind CHS students having to be CPR certified is that hands-only CPR is a graduation requirement by Arkansas Department of Education, CHS nurse Jenny Hammons said.

Ian Thompson of Hamburg was one of more than 30 University of Arkansas at Little Rock students who participated in the UA BlockChain Hackathon at the University of Arkansas Sept. 28 and 29.

Crossett High School’s homecoming court was presented to the public at the football game Friday evening. Queen Toynisha Hampton was escorted by her grandfather, Johnny C. Hampton. Other members of the court included Maid Abbey Grace Austin; Maid Daley Marie Chavis; Maid Sunni Elizabeth Lee; …

Larson Rainey was crowned queen of Hamburg High School's homecoming court Friday. She was escorted at the court's presentation on the football field by Derrick Webb, Johnathan Kelley and Gage Price, queen attendant Payden Wright and crown bearer Tyler Tippen.

Hamburg High School students observed Constitution Week with guest speaker Darrell Stephens of Little Rock last week. Stephens’ visit was part of a Rock the Vote partnership and its Democracy Class initiative. Democracy Class is a free nonpartisan curriculum that educates high school student…

Crossett High School has announced its 2018 Homecoming Court. The members include, from front left, Anna Rice and Toynisha Hampton; from middle left, Amari Williams, Hannah McFarland, Sunni Lee and Abbey Austin; from rear left, Adrienne Spencer, Alissa Price, Macie Webb and Daley Chavis.

Crossett High School students itching to get into the new building will have to wait a little longer this fall.