Our next NJHS meeting will be Monday, January 27th during seminar in the LLC. Derek Miller, the Coordinator of the IB Diploma Programme at BHS will be in attendance to share details about the program. Please plan on attending.
Order your 2019-2020 yearbook now by clicking this link. The LJHS Yearbook ID Code is 13227720. The price is $40, but it will increase to $45 on February 1. Supplies are limited, so order soon! ! You can order online, or bring the money to Mrs. Willbanks in room 226.
The annual Student Profile sheets were sent home last week. Please return your completed forms to your seminar teacher ASAP. All students must turn one in, per district requirements. Thank you!
8th Graders -- Sign up for JROTC next year! JROTC will be offered for anyone in grades 9-12 next year. If you will be at either high school next year you can sign up. CLICK HERE for the informational slides. CLICK HERE to add your name to the list for this class in August 2020.
Eighth Grade Students and Families,
As you begin to plan for the 2020-2021 school year and beyond, please consider Virtual School offerings to meet your needs.
100% Online - This program gives students in grades 5-12 who need an online environment to help them be successful. Courses within the program are taught by Bentonville Schools teachers. Students take all of their classes online, with the exception of AAA-sanctioned activities. Click here to visit our website for more information to complete an intent to enroll for Fall 2020.
High School Online - These courses have assigned periods during the day and requirements for in-person attendance during the first two weeks of the school year, for certain activities, and for module tests. Students will have some flexibility and ability to travel off campus provided they stay caught up with class, but the teacher is always available for help in-person during the class period. High School Online courses can be mixed with other traditional courses on student schedules. For more information about these courses, visit our website by clicking here. High School Online course offerings are also found in our course catalog by clicking here.
NWACC Online - These college courses for college credit are taught by NWACC professors, but students must be on campus each day for their assigned course period. These courses are proctored by a staff member on campus. They require students to meet prerequisites, which include certain scores on the ACT or ACT Aspire. Additional information about these college courses can be found by clicking here.
Please reach out if you have questions or would like additional information.
Josh Vest firstname.lastname@example.org 479.254.5111
Nathan Little email@example.com 479.254.5201