School Messenger SMS / Text Alerts
If your cell phone is on the callout list you can receive SMS or Text alerts in addition to phone calls. Simply text Y to 67587
The Searcy County School district has been selected for cohort five of the Professional Learning Communities Project. The grant will assist administrators and teachers in ensuring that all students learn at high levels.
Searcy County School District is accepting applications for the following position(s): [will accept applications until positions are filled]
Assistant Principal (send resumes to Superintendent Alan Yarbrough at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Elementary PE teacher (send resumes to Superintendent Alan Yarbrough at email@example.com)
Special Education teacher, with certification in grade 4-12 (send resumes to Superintendent Alan Yarbrough at firstname.lastname@example.org)
4 paraprofessional/aide positions: 2 at MHS, 2 at LIS
Math teacher, grades 7-12 (send resumes to Superintendent Alan Yarbrough at email@example.com)
Cafeteria Cook, Cafeteria Sub (Apply at the SCSD administration building at 952 Highway 65 North, Marshall)
There is the potential for 2 cook positions.
Applicants should email a resume OR an application to emails listed above
Mail or deliver a resume or an application to Superintendent Alan Yarbrough, 952 Highway 65 North, Marshall, AR 72650 (Applications are available at this address.)
The District is an equal opportunity employer and shall not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, or genetic information.
If anyone within our school district tests positive for COVID-19, contact tracing will be performed and all who have been in contact with him/her will be notified and will be directed to quarantine as required by applicable guidelines. The District will take all appropriate action to follow the directives and guidelines issued by Governor Hutchinson, the Arkansas Department of Health, and the U.S. Center for Disease Control in order to assure the safety of students and staff. The District will have no further comment at this time due to the confidentiality requirements imposed by applicable state and federal laws.
Athletic physicals will be given at MHS on Friday, May 14, during school hours. A form for parents to sign will be sent home. The form must be signed and returned before a physical can be given. If you have questions, please call 448-3331.
School Lunch Surveys from School Eats
The Searcy County School District has partnered with School Eats for the 21-22 school year. As part of this partnership, School Eats needs your feedback on what you would like to see as far as school menus and programs for all students in the district as it pertains to food preparation and mealtime experiences. As a district, we’re always looking for ways to improve our meal services, and we want to hear from you! You’re invited to take a brief survey (less than 5 minutes). All responses will stay completely anonymous, and results will be used in menu and program development.
Your feedback is greatly appreciated as we continually strive to create nutritious and delicious mealtime experiences in the Searcy County School District.
Thank you in advance for your time and feedback!
Today, a gun was discovered by students on the Leslie Intermediate School baseball field. The students immediately called this to the attention of supervising staff who handled the gun safely; at no time were any students in danger. A preliminary investigation indicates that the gun was related to the previous day’s trap shooting practice which was held after school. We are in the process of determining how this error occurred so that it never happens again.
Invitation to Bid:
The Searcy County School District Food Service Program is accepting proposals for purchasing with consulting. All proposals need to be submitted by April 9, 2021 to the Administration Building at 952 Hwy 65 North, Marshall, AR 72650, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
SCSD will continue requiring masks
At its March meeting, on the advisement of local healthcare officials and the Arkansas Department of Health, the SCSD Board agreed to continue with the district’s current guidelines for masks and social distancing as set forth in our Reentry Plan and the AR Ready for Learning Plan. Due to concerns from healthcare officials about potential outbreak of the virus because of travel during spring break, SCSD will continue requiring students and staff to wear masks and to social distance. The Board will revisit the issue at its next meeting on April 19.
Students, come join us at Searcy County School District. We would love to have you!
Our district consists of Marshall Elementary School, Leslie Intermediate School,
North Central Career Center, and Marshall High School.
Come be a Bobcat!