Today is National Speech Language Pathologist Day, a day to recognize our AMAZING pathologists and their role in our student's education! SLPs - Changing the WORLD one WORD at a time! We are grateful for YOU!
MARCH IS WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH! We celebrate the contributions and achievements of some of the AMAZING women who have served Fayetteville Public Schools! Louise Bell, principal of FHS when the school was voluntarily integrated in 1954. Feriba McNair, former teacher, coach, and longtime school board member. She also started the FHS Girls Golf program. Dr. Mitzi Kuroda, FHS alumna and Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School.
Please remember to check the ALLPS website announcements. Additionally, you can download our app and keep up-to-date on everything that is going on at ALLPS. https://district.fayar.net/article/670263?org=allps
Prom is around the corner on Saturday, April 9th! If you need assistance with prom attire including an appointment in the Glass Slipper boutique (now housed on the FHS campus) or help with the cost of a tux rental, please email me, Kim Buck, at: email@example.com.
The Woodland Junior High Quiz Bowl team won first place in the AR Governor's Quiz Bowl Association state tournament held Saturday at Lake Hamilton School District. The team is coached by Patricia Dennis-McClung. Sumedh Kalyankar was the high point winner for the tournament. Ramay Junior High Quiz Bowl team won third place in the tournament and is coached by Larry Schirling. Congrats to all!
ALLPS Parents: If you want to report an absence or check your student out, please call 479-444-3083 and follow the prompts. You may also email Ms. Heather our Admin at Heather.Verkler@g.Fayar.net If you have moved since the school year started, please update your address/phone number with us.
ALLPS Parents: If you want to report an absence or check your student out, please call 479-444-3083 and follow the prompts. You may also email Ms. Heather our Admin at Heather.Verkler@g.Fayar.net If you have moved since the school year started, please update your address/phone number with us
Staff Spotlight! Meet Mrs. Betty Metcalf, a paraprofessional at Butterfield Trail Elementary for 27 years. Mrs. Betty enjoys building relationships with students, finding out what they are most interested in, and then figuring out how to serve them best. She loves discovering students' talents because everyone has a gift, they just have to find it. Mrs. Betty also has a passion for gardening! She works tirelessly in the Butterfield school garden with students growing many types of fruits, vegetables, flowers, and plants! Thank you, Mrs. Betty!
Hey Students-- your teachers have been working hard this year and putting a lot of time into making sure all students are getting the help they need. You should show some appreciation towards them for being there for you and impacting your life. If you had a teacher that impacted you, vote for them on this Google Form. We are going to be doing this once a week! https://forms.gle/io2UcoRmYPuT6eNz8
The Fayetteville Parent Teacher Cooperative organized a lunch today to celebrate our bus drivers on School Transportation Appreciation Day! Thank you to the FPTC for the celebration! Thanks also to JJ’s Grill for the food and McAlister’s Deli for the tea!
ALE Leadership day at the capital: ALLPS was recognized as one of the top 10 schools with the highest ACT Aspire scores in ELA. This is out of 502 ALE programs in the state of Arkansas. Attendees: Hoy, Keylor, Mitchell; students: Ashantee G., Helalyn N., Justin O., Ambrose J
Congratulations to the 2022 FHS Color’s Day Court!💜 Queen Trusha Liyanage, Maid of Honor Rebecca Jane Brennan, First Maid Grace Pomeroy, Second Maid Kelsey Urban, Third Maid Elizabeth Gunderman! @granolaphotographystudio
Holt Middle School recently unveiled their Outdoor Volleyball court with a GRAND OPENING! The project is a joint-use partnership between the Boys and Girls Club and the Holt PTO. Members of the State Champion FHS Volleyball team joined Holt students as they enjoyed playing on the new all-weather surface.
The FHS Sports Broadcasting class led by Mr. John Gossett brings Bulldog sports to the world. Check out this FPS Story detailing their award-winning program. https://youtu.be/zK-BU8PPYCY
Here is link to yesterday's fashion show event here at ALLPS Celebrating Black History Month: https://youtu.be/3fnE7_e7eq4
What a day of Celebration for our students, we had our first BHM fashion show, Thank you to all who have helped and showed out for ALLPS today. Special THANK YOU to our guest and teachers.
Our BHM celebration with our professional yesterday was very informative and inspirational. Our guest was extremely impressed to see how engaging we were and not preoccupied with their cell phone. They were very appreciative of the invitation to come speak to our students. - Mr. Coleman
(this is a makeup event from week 1) 2. Our BHM special guests this morning will be the first African American Head Coach of the University of Arkansas Head Track & Field, coach Chris Johnson; Razorback great, the "voice of the Razorbacks" and Hall of Fame Quarterback Quinn Grovey; former Razorback, NFL player, and current owner Conley Fitness; Jarod Eaton, the owner of Ozark Construction Solutions; and Mrs. Konasha Mack, an African American educator and owner Kenosha Cookies, she might even bring a few cookie treats. Again, please make sure to remain cordial and respectful throughout the event. Disorderly and disruptive conduct will not be tolerated with Mrs. Randolph/Willis and also on the office window.
Big thank you to all who have helped with ALLPS Black History Month. We are thankful to all who have came over to speak to our students.
ALLPS Teacher Shoutout : https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeeqoGxeWBUmiqszKqnQle7_ozz6z3_5UMbKHLC4A2qGF9KEg/viewform