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Jasper High School

 

Grades 7 through 12 

Jasper High School Principal - Jeff Lewis - Email

600 School Street
P.O. Box 446
Jasper, Arkansas 72641

 Phone 870.446.2223
 Fax 870.446.5549



 

Mission Statement

Jasper High School is committed to building a community that reflects excellence in literacy, pride and integrity, and the motivation to succeed.

Alma Mater

Hail, Alma Mater, we sing to thy praise

Great with affection our voices we raise

Nestling so peaceful and calm ‘neath the sky

Fondly we love thee, dear old Jasper High.

 

Hail Alma Mater, thy praise we sing,

Loud in thy honor, our voices will ring

Long through the ages remains, if God will

Love and prosperity, dear old Jasper High.


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Who’s Who ResultsStudents need to be prepared to take their Who’s Who pictures on Wednesday!

Class Favorite

7th Grade – Makyah Bushea and Cody Henderson

8th Grade – Sydney Roberts and Logan Seaman

9th Grade – Delaney Cox and Hayden Phillips

10th Grade – Shianna Brasel and Drew Hankins

11th Grade – Molly Waters and Wyatt Villines

12th Grade – Kaylee Brasel and Noah Krepps

Wittiest

7th Grade – Sonora Weeden and Kai Fernando

8th Grade – Aubrey Hill and Harley Sloan

9th Grade – Taylor Ricketts and Turner Fowler

10th Grade – Brittanny Little and Isaac Fernando

11th Grade – Alexis Carter and Ben Larsin

12th Grade – Catherine Carlsen and Tyler Johnson

Teacher’s Pet

7th Grade – Hannah Harrison and Clayton Williams

8th Grade – Emma Moore and Kaleb Brown

9th Grade – Charlea Clark and Buck Dahlstrom

10th Grade – Jewell Hardaway and Dayton Beauchamp

11th Grade – Violet Mefford and Shawn Churchill

12th Grade – Amelia Long and Brian Demuth

 

Biggest Flirt

7th Grade – Autumn Fondren and Calvin Smith

8th Grade – Rebekaha Murphy and Michael Reschke

9th Grade – Aleah Snyder and Mason Kellogg

10th Grade – Taylor Belle Davidson and Chance Pruitt

11th Grade – Leah Shellnut and Lawrence Archer

12th Grade – Alexandria Kircher and Kylan Siebert

 

Most Talented

7th Grade – Malia Weeden and Corby Villines

8th Grade – Rylee Haight and John Franzen

9th Grade – Emily White and Garrett Isley

10th Grade –  Hannah Adamson and Josh Taylor

11th Grade – Brenna Brasel and Luke Walker

12th Grade – Emily Adamson and Austin Vinson

 

Most Dramatic

7th Grade – Averi Brightwell and Tucker Kilburn

8th Grade – Bethany Long and Josiah Faught

9th Grade – Ariana Morgan and Nick Larimer

10th Grade – Haylee Joiner and Jonathan Schweitzer

11th Grade – Hannah Smith and Naaman Faught

12th Grade – Emma Larcade and Ryan Jones

 

Best Dabber

7th Grade – Jewelina Decker and Jamie Eckert

8th Grade – Lilli Lasater and Nick Voelpel

9th Grade – Meara Baldassari and Quentin Chaney

10th Grade – Hope Brasel and Jackson Clark

11th Grade – Alex McDaniel and Payton Hopper

12th Grade – Charm Campbell and Colt Jackson

 

Most Athletic

7th Grade – Halle Emerson and Jesse Harrison

8th Grade – Brooklyn Flud and Layton Smith

9th Grade – Emma Lewis and Caleb Carter

10th Grade – Sierra Johnson and Laythan Collins

11th Grade – Kara Flud and Garrett McDonald

12th Grade – Cassie Emerson and Devin Blythe

 

Finesse King and Queen

7th Grade – Haley Sexton and Cole Villines

8th Grade – Zalia Phillips and Creed Johnson

9th Grade – Aubrey Barnard and Ryan Eugenio

10th Grade – Kaleigh Willis and James David Morgan

11th Grade – Nicolle DeCastro Pedro and Weston Peeler

12th Grade – Tori Campbell and Mathew Kelley

 

Congratulations!!

Pictures for Who’s Who will be Wednesday, March 15th.  Please bring any props you would like to use

 

 


 

The Arkansas Department of Education is seeking parental input. Our goal is to get feedback from as many parents as possible on or before April 2, 2017 and we need your help!

 


 

 

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Aubrey Barnard and Presley Black competed in the school competition for Poetry Out loud. Both 9th graders memorized and recited their poems in front of a panel of judges. We are proud of both of these young ladies.  Congratulations to Presley Black who will represent Jasper High School on Saturday, March 4 in Little Rock. 


 

 

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The Jasper School District is proud to announce:
Each year, the Office for Education Policy (OEP) at the University of Arkansas creates a report entitled the Outstanding Educational Performance Awards highlighting the highest-performing schools and those that have made great progress in Arkansas.
We are pleased to announce that schools in the Jasper School District have received an award. Based on the results of the 2014-15 P ARCC and Arkansas science assessments, performance is measured by the OEP-created "school GPA." High Achieving" Awards are given to schools with the highest GPA, and "Beating the Odds" awards are given to high-achieving schools that serve low-income communities where at least 66% of students are enrolled in the free/reduced lunch program. "Most Improved" awards were only given for science and highlighted the schools that showed the greatest gain from one year to the next. To learn more about how we determined the OEP award winners and to see the full list of award recipients, you can view the reports at our website, officeforeducationpolicy.org. We congratulate you on this accomplishment and hope that you will share this good news with teachers, students, and any others who contributed to your school's success. Congratulations again on your OEP award!
Sincerely,
Gary W. Ritter, Ph.D., Faculty Director
Sarah McKenzie, Ph.D., Executive Director
Office for Education Policy

 

 Jasper FBLA Attends District Conference

Jasper’s FBLA attended their FBLA District Conference at Arkansas State University in Mountain Home on Friday, January 20.

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Front row:  Emma Larcade, Delaney Cox, Hannah Adamson.  Middle row:  Brieanna West, Amelia Long, Dria Kircher, Natalia Vazquez, Alexis Carter, Samantha Seay, Courtney Johnson, Hannah Smith, Kaylee Brasel, Hope Brasel, Alyssa Williams, Violet Mefford, Baylie House, Jewell Hardaway.  Back row:  Josh Taylor, Dayton Beauchamp, Cassie Emerson.  Our FBLA Chapter received 4th place in Largest Chapter Marketshare.  Congratulations to all FBLA students!



 

Jasper’s FBLA Places in Competitive Events at their District VI Conference

 

Jasper's FBLA members attended their FBLA District VI Conference at Arkansas State University Mountain Home on Friday, January 20, 2017 and placed in competitive events.

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Those students who placed in their competitive events include:  Samantha Seay, 1st place in Publication Design; Violet Mefford, 4th place in Public Speaking II; Alyssa Williams, 2nd place in Spreadsheet Application; Jewell Hardaway, 1st place in Publication Design.  Middle row:  Hannah Adamson, 3rd place in Computer Applications; Alexis Carter, 4th place in Business Calculations; Emma Larcade, 5th place in Hospitality Management.  Back row:  Dria Kircher, 5th place in Word Processing; Amelia Long, 1st place in Journalism; Brieanna West, 5th place in Hospitality Management.  Emily Adamson placed first in Computerized Accounting II.   Our FBLA Chapter received 4th place in Largest Chapter Marketshare.   Congratulations to all FBLA students!!

 


 Microsoft Imagine Academy success stories
 
Jasper High Business program recognized for success in using Microsoft Imagine Academy  
 
Click on the following link to listen:  
 
 

Hannah Adamson, a Sophomore at Jasper High School, a member of Pirate Pride Teen and the Blazing Boxley Broncos 4-H Clubs has been selected to be a member of the  Arkansas 4-H Video Crew.  This is the third year for the Crew.  The group will be training hard to learn a professional approach to video production.  Throughout the year, Hannah will  be trained to prepare her to help produce a live broadcast of the three main assemblies at 4-H State O-Rama (July 25-28).  This broadcast will show on the big screens in the ballroom and be streamed live on the internet.  The Crew will be responsible for live-streaming the Awards Ceremony at Teen Leader Conference (June 13-16).  Beyond this basic function They will have special projects throughout the year.  Her first training session will be November 21-22 at the 4-H Center in Ferndale.  Hannah is the daughter of Bob and Becca Adamson from Ponca. 
 
 

 

 

 

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Jasper High School Bell Schedule

Jasper High School Master Schedule

 


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Parents and Guardians

You can take advantage of our Text Messaging Service

 Our school utilizes the SchoolMessenger system to deliver text messages, straight to your mobile phone with important information about events, school closings, safety alerts and more.

 Please read the PDF below for more information.

 

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Spanish PDF


 

 

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