Congragulations to NHS Drama!

January 25th, Nettleton High School Thespian Troupe performed the one act "Jack Tales" at the State Festival with 39 schools and 1000 students attending. Out of 22 one act plays who performed this year, Nettleton was awarded "Chapter Select" to represent Arkansas at the International Thespian Festival in June at Lincoln Nebraska!  There were many other awards and scholarship offers but this is the highest honor given to any school in the state and we are so excited to represent Nettleton in this way. We were hands down the top choice and they did not offer an alternate. The judges had to go back to tally scores to determine who would be alternate because they did not even consider anyone close to our performance.  Thank you for your support,  Rita Johnson

2014 Miss Raider Pageant

 The 2014 Nettleton Miss Raider Pageant is scheduled for March 1st, 2014. Thepageant will be held at the Nettleton Performing Arts Center beginning at 5 p.m.Contestants must attend Nettleton Public Schools. Tiny Miss (Pre-School)Contestants who do not attend the Nettleton Pre-School must reside in theNettleton District. Contestants may pick up entry forms at any Nettleton Schools Offices ordownload them from the Nettleton High School Band webpage on the Districtwebsite. Entry forms and fees should be postmarked by February 14th, 2014.  Additional information provided on the entry form. Rehearsal and informational meeting for the pageant will be held on Friday,

February 28th, 2014. The Tiny Miss through Little Miss Divisions will begin at 6 p.m. Young Miss through Miss Raider Divisions will be held at 7 p.m.For More information Contact Pageant Director, Amy Reed at areed@nettleonschools.net or 870-910-7819x125, Kim Priest, Band Booster President at 933-3972 or Peggy Jeffries, Band Director at 910-7805x242 during normal business hours.

The Miss Raider Pageant is sponsored by the Nettleton Band Boosters. Admission to the pageant is $3 for students and $5 for adults.

Nettleton High School Standout Named
Congratulations to Kyandra Chandler on being named the:
Gatorade Arkansas Girls Cross Country Runner of the Year

The Gatorade Company, in collaboration with USA TODAY High School Sports, announced Kyandra Chandler of NHS as its 2013-14 Gatorade Arkansas Girls Cross Country Runner of the Year.  Kyandra is the first Gatorade Arkansas Girls Country Runner of the Year to be chosen from Nettleton High School.

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Important Announcement Regarding Student Parking

All High School students will have to park in the gym parking lot.  Srs will get the parking spaces close to the gym, then the Jrs, and Sophomores will park at the back.  No student should park next to the PAC.

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Important Announcement Regarding Our Electronic Device Policy!

According to the Arkansas Department of Education, Nettleton High School will be instituting a
procedure concerning electronic devices. This procedure will override the standard electronic device
policy during the administration of all ACTAAP exams at NHS during the 2012-2013 school year. The
amended policy that will be enforced during ACTAAP exams will read:

…The Nettleton High School policy will be to completely prohibit the use or possession of
electronic devices of any kind during all ACTAAP exams. Students will be reminded repeatedly
in the days approaching the actual testing date about the banning of possession of all electronic
devices while testing. They will be advised to not bring them into the testing room. Students
that bring electronic devices into the room may surrender them immediately and voluntarily
to the teacher to be powered off and locked away in a container. If a student is found to be
in possession of a prohibited electronic device during any part of the testing that device will
be confiscated immediately, the device will be subject to a complete and thorough search of
all files stored on the hard drive, and the school will only return the device to the parent or
guardian of the student pending a conference. Students that violate this policy will also be
subject to other disciplinary action at the discretion of the principal.

Again, this change will only be in effect during the administration of ACTAAP exams. Otherwise the
normal electronic device policy will be in effect.