Great day to be a Hermit!!! Special thanks to the City of Hermitage, the Bradley County Sheriff’s Department, and the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission for their support this week! We hope everyone has a restful and safe Labor Day weekend! It’s your last free Friday night for a while—8-man football starts next week, with 2 games at home against Trinity Christian. #hermitslead
Attention Parents, Students, and Residents: The Administration of the Hermitage School District is very aware of the threats that have been made that MAY occur in public schools in Arkansas and Kentucky this week. The Little Rock FBI Office made a general awareness announcement based upon information it obtained. The district will always take threats seriously and will cooperate fully with all law enforcement agencies to keep our students and staff safe. While this threat WAS NOT specific to Hermitage, we will take the necessary steps for safety. Remember—If you or your students see something, say something! Superintendent of Schools Dr. Tracy Tucker HHS Principal Mistie McGhee HES Principal Rosalynda Ellis
This is just a reminder that students cannot arrive at school before 7:30 AM. We do not have staff on duty prior to that time. Thank you for helping with this!
The fiber carrying internet to many schools in south Arkansas was cut earlier this morning. HSD is currently without internet and phone service. We are unsure when service will be restored. You can reach us on Facebook through Hermitage School Information Page if you need us! Please share!
There will be a Cross Country Parent Meeting in the High School Cafeteria at 6 PM on Thursday, August 15, 2019.
After this summer, some might say they are deficient in Vitamin A (attention) or Vitamin C (cash). But, you administrators have been deficient in Vitamin T (Teachers)!!! See you tomorrow, teachers! Let’s rock this school year! #hermitslead
The Hermitage Forestry Team won the 40th National 4H Forestry Invitational! Individual Awards include: Braden Harrod - 1st High Overall and 1st High in Insect/Disease, Compass, and Volume; Alan McGhee - 4th High Overall and 1st High in Maps and Insects/Diseases; Madison McGhee - 8th High Overall; and Gregory Hilliard - 1st High in Tree ID Congratulations to Mr Greenwood and the entire team! You make Hermitage and the great state of Arkansas proud!
TODAY IS CHECK-IN DAY 1 OF 3 for the 2019-2020 school year!!! We will have our first check-in day today from 3-7 PM in the HHS Cafeteria. This time is for parents to complete your child’s paperwork before the back-to-school rush!! Come see us! #hermitslead
ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT ATHLETES AND PARENTS: Wednesday, July 24 is the day for free athletic physicals for students entering grades 7-12. These will be done at Dr. George’s office in Warren. Girls will leave the field house at 8:15 AM, boys at 10:00 AM. If you are meeting us at the doctor’s office, girls should not arrive before 9:00 AM; boys 10:00 AM. Call the high school office if you have questions!
We are THRILLED to finally be able to announce that the HSD Teacher of the Year, Brenda Nolan, has been chosen as a regional finalist for the 2020 Arkansas Teacher of the Year!!!!! Brenda will join 14 other finalists from across our state at a special event at the Governor’s Mansion in August as they compete for the state title!! Congrats, Brenda!!! So proud OF and FOR you!!! #hermitslead
What an awesome day!!! Bradley County was recognized today as an ACT WorkReady Community! It took hard work from many people to make this happen-legislators, local elected officials, business/industry representatives, educators, economic development representatives, state agency representatives, and many, many more!! Great day to be a Hermit!! #hermitslead
2019-2020 Check-in Days!!!! All parents are encouraged to come to the HHS Cafeteria and complete paperwork and get information about the upcoming school year. Dates and times are: TUESDAY, JULY 23 from 3-7 PM; THURSDAY, JULY 25 from 10 AM-2 PM; and FRIDAY, AUGUST 2 from 7 AM-1 PM. #hermitslead
Last week, Hermitage FFA students attended Livestock Judging Camp at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. Some HHS students received recognition for their performance: Braden Harrod (1st High Advanced), Selby Best (2nd High Advanced), Ericca Corker (3rd High Advanced), and Sutton Nelson (3rd High Intermediate). Congratulations to all of the students who attended and grew in their knowledge! #HermitsLead
This week, HSD administration team, teachers, and students attended the Arkansas Department of Education Summit in Hot Springs with educators from across the state. The team was asked and honored to present sessions on reading, attendance, and student voice! Hermitage Elementary School was also selected as an Arkansas Outstanding RISE School! We have so many great things going at Hermitage! Our students are growing because of it! #HermitsLead
Welcome to our new website! We've put a lot of work into this, and we're very pleased to be able to bring it to our community