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April 3, 2014

Chloe L. 7th

Lunch and Breakfast Menu

Lunch today: BBQ Pulled Pork/Bun, Baked Beans, Cole Slaw, Sliced Peaches, Milk

Lunch tomorrow : Spaghetti W/Meat Sauce, Green Beans, Tossed Salad/Drsg, Pineapple Tidbits, W/G Roll, Milk

Breakfast tomorrow : Juice, Oatmeal, W/Toast, Milk


Benchmark Exams will be April 7 th –April 11 th Parents and Guardians can help their student prepare by making sure they get a good night’s rest and eat a healthy breakfast every day that week. Parents can also help by avoiding appointments during this week as we cannot call into a classroom once testing begins. Students just a reminder that there will be free breakfast next week during Benchmark testing the cafeteria will begin serving at 7:30 each morning.

Also, there can be no gum during Benchmark testing times next week and all students should leave their cell phones and any other electronics in their lockers.

Due to extended test times throughout the building, we ask that students DO NOT have lunch visitors on these days.


School Choice forms for next school year 2014-2015 are due by June 1, 2014.



April 7-11 Benchmark testing

April 7 Report Cards


Summer swim team signups are Thursday 4/10 from 5-7 @ Nelson Wilks and Saturday 4/12 from 9-12 at Youth Center meeting room. or 404-2128 for information



Please fill out this form and return as soon as possible. We are planning Teacher Appreciation and depending on responses to the forms we may cater or potluck. 

Thank you, Sara Pinkston PIE Coordinator


There will be a Geo Egg Hunt set up for the months of March and April at David’s Trail.  This is a great family activity for your kids.  If you need additional assistance you can reach Mackenzie Mohler at or call her at 656-6912 and she will help you. Flyers available in main office


Egg Hunt and Spring Carnival:

The Junior Auxiliary Egg Hunt and MHP&R Spring Carnival have been set for April 12 th from 11:00am-1:00pm.  The Egg Hunt will begin promptly at 11:00 a.m. at the Cooper Park East Fields.

Immediately following the Egg Hunt the Mountain Home Parks & Recreation will host the annual Spring Carnival at the L.C. Sammons Youth Center.  The carnival will include activities for families and youth 9 years old and under until 1:00 p.m. Activities are free and all concessions are .50 cents. The Easter Bunny will be available and a photo booth will be set up for Bunny Photos for $5.00.

Activities & Concessions will include:

•  Carnival Games & Prizes

•  Action Games

•  Inflatable’s

•  Easter Crafts

•  Face Art

•  Cotton Candy

•  Popcorn

•  Soda

Visit for more information or call (870) 424-7275.




Totes of Hope

Helping Children in Foster Care

When children enter foster care, too often they don’t have anything but trash bags in which to carry their items. Collecting totes and distributing them to foster children will allow them to transport items more efficiently and will also give them another item to call their own. YOU CAN HELP! Donate one of the following: Duffel bag, Back pack, Shoulder Bag, Drawstring bag, Sling Bag, or $6 towards the purchase of a tote. Our goal is to collect at least 25 totes, but more would be awesome! We will need all totes turned in to Mrs. Beck’s room by Wednesday April 16 th . This is so that on the next advisory Wednesday April 23 rd we can decorate them! Questions call 404-5754




PLEASE READ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Arkansas Dept. of Health has revised the Rules & Regulations Pertaining to Immunization Requirements. In summary, the changes include:

•  All students who are 10 years old or older are required to have a Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria & Acellular Pertussis) vaccination.

•  All 7 th grade students will be required to have one MCV4 (Meningococcal) vaccination.

•  All students in K-12 will be required to have 2 varicella (chickenpox) vaccinations, unless documentation by a medical provider (MD, APRN, OR PA) is provided .

Thank you.


Mr. and Mrs. Springtime Pageants on Saturday May 3, 2014~ 3pm at Dunbar Auditorium, entry forms delivered or postmarked no later than Tuesday, April 22, 2014. Entry forms available in Pinkston’s Main Office. Mail entry form with check or money order (payable to Tammy Barnes to: Tammy Barnes, 2293 CR 46 Henderson, AR 72544 or call 870-404-7211 on the Run

Girls on the Run is an after school running program that promotes positive self image, healthily eating and an active life style though running. Our goal is to train for 12 weeks and run a local 5k at the end of our training.

Where: Pinkston Middle School

When: Tuesday & Thursday from 3:20-4:30

~ Our next run will be today!! Thursday, April 3 rd .





Sponsored by the Friends of the Baxter County Library , the Arkansas Heritage program series, “The Stories That Connect Us,” includes presentations and workshops for all ages designed to engage our community in all things Arkansas.  All programs are offered at no charge.  Other programs in the Series include:

Don Pedi Dulcimer Performance

Saturday, April 5, 10:30am

Murder Mystery Tour

Saturday, April 26, 1:00pm

For information about all Library programs visit the Library’s website at .  The Donald W. Reynolds Library Serving Baxter County is located at 300 Library Hill, Mountain Home, AR.


Pinkston image 1.jpgBox Tops News

Keep turning in those box tops…We can raise money for our school!!!


Pinkston also collects Campbell soup labels (which includes a lot of brands) so please send in those labels and it will help us earn incentives and equipment for Pinkston!


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