Fifteen art students from Crossett High School went to Little Rock to compete in an Art Competition called Arkansas Young Art Association (AYAA) April 10.
Social media expert Brian Housman recently spoke to Crossett Students about social media and how much it can affect a teenager’s life.
Kristi Clanton’s Social Media and Communications students at Crossett High School have created and written blog posts on Wordpress.com.
Crossett High School had its 2019 National Honor Society Induction Ceremony on March 13.
The Crossett High School E.A.S.T. team traveled to Hot Springs for conference March 12 to 14.
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.
When Crossett students asked the community to show up for the arts, Crossett did — to the point that they stopped traffic.
Crossett Elementary School student Katelyn Richards was recognized Saturday at the “Everybody is an Author Event” in Searcy.
The Crossett High School journalism class made a field trip to the Pillars in Crossett Feb. 28 to visit and learn a little bit more about the history of Crossett.
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.
The Crossett Middle School Engineering Eagles Robotics Teams qualified to represent Crossett at both state and nationals again this season.
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.
Local elections will be in May, and while a millage increase for Hamburg is on the ballot, there are no contested school board races.
The Crossett High School forensics team brought back awards when it traveled to Searcy to compete against four other schools Feb. 23.
The Crossett High School (CHS) Eaglettes held their annual Eaglette formal, “Passage To Paradise”, Feb. 16.
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.
Crossett High School seniors attended a Reality Fair hosted by Timberline Federal Credit Union Feb. 12.
As part of their classwork, Crossett High School Family and Consumer Science students had to take care of computerized baby dolls over the weekend.
Seventh grade students at Crossett Middle School use scientific investigation to explore endothermic and exothermic chemical reactions as part of their Summit Learning curriculum.
Anna Hammons and Jaylon Brown designed the winning Project Graduation shirt for the 2019 Crossett High School event.
Crossett High School band student Victoria Porter attended All-State band auditions Feb. 2. The previous weekend, Jan. 26, Junior Tori Porter attended the All-Region Clinic where she played in the first band as third chair.
Senior Karis Staley won a regional writing award and will be moving to the national competition.
Danni Dolan placed first in the prepared public speaking contest in the Feb. 7 FFA Leadership conference at Drew Central High School.
The Opportunity for Work-based Learning, or The O.W.L. Program, began at Crossett High School in December.
Crossett High School has a group of students attending clinicals at a nursing home in Monticello.
The Crossett High School Beta Club went to State Beta Convention in Hot Springs Jan. 24 to 26. Seventy-three students represented CHS at this year’s convention, “Fueling the Future.”
Seven of the county’s top spellers gathered in the Noble/Allbritton Elementary gym Saturday to compete in the Ashley County Spelling Bee.
Crossett High School’s Art I class created tribal masks for its 3-D project.
The Crossett High School Special Education students have started a coffee business.
Crossett Elementary School fourth grade student Katelyn Richards recently won the fourth through sixth grade division of the SEARK Reading Council’s Young Writer’s Contest.
Michael Atchison and Jeffrey “JC” Chenos recently brought three more robotics competition trophies back to Crossett Middle School.
After nearly an hour in executive session, the Crossett School Board extended the superintendent’s contract for one year at Monday night’s meeting.
What began as a fall project for the Crossett Elementary School Leadership Team has turned into a year-long effort to help the Crossett City Pound.
Crossett Middle School has announced the Honor Roll for the second nine weeks of school for the fifth and sixth grades.
Emili Sanders’s class at Crossett Learning Center built The Three Little Pigs’ houses after they learned about structure and function in Project Lead the Way.
The CHS Kantorei traveled to the Arkansas State Capitol Dec. 5 to perform Christmas music inside the Capitol’s rotunda. The CHS Kantorei consists of 42 students, and the CHS Madrigals is a select group of 14 out of the Kantorei.
While students and teachers were making the move to the new Crossett High School campus, they discovered old and forgotten school newspapers.
The Crossett Middle School Robotics teams had their second tournament of the season last weekend. They traveled to McGehee and brought home multiple awards.
As students were looking to the future at the new Crossett High School campus, a teacher found a way to help students look back.
Crossett’s FFA chapter recently hosted an event with the goal of giving attendees a new perspective on poverty and hunger.
Crossett Middle School students worked recently with Ozobots in KeyCoding class. Ozobots are pocket-size robots that can be programmed play, create and share.
The Crossett High School Debate Team attended the 50th annual Arkansas Student Congress November 11 to Nov. 13.
Crossett High School student Anna Rice showed her rabbits at the Louisiana State Fair in Shreveport, La., on Nov. 3, 2018.
FCCLA members went to Cabot Nov. 8 to compete in Students Taking Action with Recognition events.
The Crossett Middle School Robotics team coached by Charre Todd competed in the Jonesboro Hurricane Fall Classic VEX Robotics Tournament in the Don Riggs Arena in Jonesboro Nov. 10.
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 Crossett Middle School Engineering Eagles Robotics Teams competed in their first tournament of the year Saturday.
The Crossett High School (CHS) Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) collected boxes of tissue to pass out at the Stonegate nursing home on Nov. 24.
Teacher students? Several CHS teachers attend college and teach full time. They go to school to complete higher degrees in education.