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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.

 

 

Jasper Boston Mountain Rural Health Center Medical and Dental Clinic will continue with regular business hours through summer vacation!

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Jasper Pirates and Lady Pirates   You may download the Registration Form here .

2018 Summer Basketball Camp at Jasper School Gymnasium

The Jasper School District will be holding a Summer Basketball Camp for boys and girls going into the 2-7 grades.  The 2nd and 3rd grade boy’s and girl’s camp will be May 29-31 from 8:30-10:00. Camper’s in grades 4-7 will be from 10:00-12:00 on May 29-31.

Please fill out the form for each child who will be attending, check the appropriate camp for that child, and return the form to school.

_____ Boy’s and Girl’s- grades 2-3

_____ Boy’s and Girl’s- grades 4-7

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Each Camper will receive a camp T-shirt and a Basketball

Cost for the camp is $25


 

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Click here for the Summer menu.


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Jasper High School Library Club helped the Newton County Library set up for the plant sell sponsored by the Friends of the Library.

 
Aubrey Barnard is the 2018 Clinton Foundation Curbside Couture Fashion Show winner which was held Sunday night at the Clinton library in Little Rock. Her design based on the effects of global warming was chosen out of over 200 students state wide. We are so proud of this young lady and her great talent as an artist and designer. Thank you to Mrs. Milam and Aubrey's wonderful parents for supporting Aubrey throughout this process. Aubrey represented our school and the art department with remarkable talent and as a bright light to other designers and students at the show. Aubrey said that she is already thinking about next years design and working toward the Thea Foundation Scholarship which is awarded to a senior with the best overall design. 
 
Jasper SD is proud of Aubrey Barnard. Aubrey took on a hard design challenge with a great attitude, a good work ethic, and a perseverance and it has paid off! She met with a designer from Project Runway and used those suggestions to add to her already fabulous green design inspired by the affects of global warming.  She delivered her design to the Clinton Library and she has been accepted for the Clinton Foundation Curbside Couture Fashion Show!
 
Aubrey's Design was selected out of over 200 entries to be a part of the 
Clinton Foundation Curbside Couture Fashion Show. 
 
Arkansas's largest "green" fashion show on the evening of Sunday, April 8, 2018! Tickets for the Clinton Center's annual Curbside Couture event that features designs made of recycled materials produced by third through twelfth grade students are now on sale. Join us on April 8th to see the impressive creativity of the next generation's designers and celebrate sustainable fashion. 
 
Curbside Couture
April 8, 2018 • 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Clinton Presidential Center


Here are Aubrey's designer notes.

Global Warming

As I thought about what I wanted to emphasize when designing a look constructed from recycled materials, I thought about what the greatest environmental issue facing the entire planet is and decided on the topic of global warming. I have constructed the head piece and bodice to appear to be a frozen mass of ice. The mass of ice represents our polar ice-caps. One of the most detrimental effects of global warming is the melting of ice caps and the subsequent rise in ocean levels. Part of the mid portion of the dress portrays images of factories and the ever present smoke plumes that billar out carbon dioxide rich smoke; this smoke comes from the burning of fossil fuels and is causing a buildup of greenhouse gases in our atmosphere; these greenhouse gases act like the plastic on a green house- hence the term greenhouse effect. The other images in the mid portion of the dress shows the effects of global warming. The train and bottom segment of the dress depicts the effect of rising sea levels. On the back of the dress, an air filter has been used to appear as a clock. I chose to use an air filter to illustrate the need for cleaner air, as well as a cleaner environment. This filter looks like a clock to indicate that our time is running out, and we don’t have long before we cause permanent damage to our beautiful home. I hope you enjoy viewing my curbside couture creation and I sincerely hope it has made you think about the global impact of destructive human activities.

By: Aubrey Barnard

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You may see the pictures of the design on the Jasper School District Facebook page.


 
2018 Science Fair Results  
   
7th Grade  
1st Place Aubrey Henderson
2nd Place Skylea Lager
3rd Place Nate Watts
Honorable Mention Brennon Davis
   
   
8th Grade  
1st Place Hannah Harrison
2nd Place Malia Weeden
3rd Place Cody Henderson
Honorable Mention Khya Blanton
   
   
9th Grade  
1st Place Kylee Campbell
2nd Place Sydney Roberts
3rd Place Rianna Greenhaw
Honorable Mention Rylee Haight
   
   
10th Grade  
1st Place Mesa Olsen
2nd Place Charity Rose England
3rd Place Bailey House
Honorable Mention Hayden Phillips
   
11th Grade  
1st Place Shianna Brasel
2nd Place Kaleigh Willis
3rd Place Sierra Johnson
Honorable Mention Trent Gordon
   
12th Grade NO ENTRIES
1st Place  
   
Junior High Champion - Jasper Science Fair 2018 Hannah Harrison
   
Senior High Champion - Jasper Science Fair 2018 Kylee Campbell
   
Congratulations to all for a great effort and to our 2018 Science Fair Winners!
 
   
 

On March 15th, Jasper Campus Staff will receive additional and updated training in Proactive School Safety. We are inviting school patrons to this training which will be held at 3:30 PM. If you plan to attend please RSVP with the Elementary Secretary at 446-5320 by March 12th, so that we may have adequate facilities and materials prepared.

 


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Presley Black and Bethany Long competed against one another to represent Jasper High School at the Arkansas State Poetry Out Loud Competition in Little Rock on Saturday,  March 3. Presley Black will be representing us. Congratulations to both young ladies for their hard work! 
 
 

 
 

Jasper’s FBLA Places in District Conference

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Jasper’s FBLA members attended their District VI Leadership Conference at Arkansas State University in Mountain Home on Friday, January 19, 2018.  Mrs. Alice Cooper, FBLA Adviser, accompanied her students to their conference.   Those students placing in their events include:  Jewell Hardaway, 5th place in Publication Design; Violet Mefford, 2nd place in Public Speaking; Josh Taylor, 5th place in Job Interview; Isaac Fernando, 1st place in Digital Video Production; Alexis Carter, 1st place in Advertising; Shianna Brasel, 5th place in Publication Design; Emma Lewis, 2nd place in Entrepreneurship; Baylie House, 2nd place in Entrepreneurship; Dayton Beauchamp, 1st place in Digital Video Production; Emma Moore, 2nd place in Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure; Aubrey Hill, 3rd place in Organizational  Leadership; Delaney Cox, 2nd place in Entrepreneurship.  Not pictured:  Taylor Ricketts, 6th place Intro to Information Technology.  Congratulations to all students who attended and competed in their FBLA events!! 

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Jasper School-Based Health Center Information

The Jasper School District's School-Based Health Center (SBHC) is located at 609 West Clark Street on the Jasper Campus.  The SBHC offers medical and dental service to all students, faculty, staff, and the entire community. The SBHC provides school-based mental health services to students.

We are proud to offer quality healthcare services that are easily accessible to the student body through our SBHC.  We want to ensure that our students are healthy so they can get the most out of their educational experience.  We expect that kids will miss less school because they can be seen early, treated quickly and seen right here on campus.  We are also committed to partnering with parents to ensure that all kids receive preventative care as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Doctors are in the clinic on the following days:

Medical Services - Monday and Tuesday 9:00 a.m-2:30  p.m.

Dental Services - Wednesday and Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

 

 
 

 
 

   How to order your 2017-2018 Jasper Yearbook click here.


 Jasper School District 2018-2019 Testing Calendar


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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

 

 


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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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