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Environmental Science and College Biology Trip to Logolly State Park

Wednesday, December 6, the environmental science and college biology classes had the opportunity to visit Logolly Sate Park in McNeil, Arkansas.  Logolly State Park is unique to the Arkansas state park system because it is the only environmentally based park in Arkansas. During our visit, the students were able to participate on an informative hike where they learned about the history of both the area and the park.  They were also able to study the different terrestrial and aquatic environments associated with the park, and they learned about the effect topography plays on pond succession and plant species location.  After the hike, the students further explored the area, visited the education center, and learned more about the areas native plant and animal species.  


Barry Hughes, M.S., M.Ed.

Fouke High School Teacher

Concurrent Biology

AP Biology

AP Environmental Science

Environmental Science/Ecology

Physical Science



  The HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL pictures will be at 9:00 in the GYM.


 Wednesday, December 13th. 

We will be starting at 9:00 a.m. with the SENIORS in the Auditorium.

  • $10 sit fee for 4-6 poses in Cap and Gown and Casuals needed for yearbook - This is for any students who were not pictured in the summer who would like proofs (option to order). This also applies to any students who would like to take new cap and gown or casual pictures and keep their original cap and gown and casual images from the summer. 
  • Seniors who were photographed in the summer, but would like to retake their images do not have to pay another sit fee IF they RETURN their proofs to the photographer on retake day. 
  • We do not offer formals during retakes. 
  • Bring senior ring if they want it in the picture. They will need to wear the clothes they want for the casuals.
Junior All Region Band
The following Fouke Band Students earned recognition at the ASBOA Region 2 All-Region Band Auditions held Saturday, 12/2, at Lake Hamilton HS in Hot Springs: Alternates - Landon Emfinger - Clarinet; Shilo Reed - Clarinet; Todd Hampton - Bass Clarinet; Tristan Minchey - Bari Sax; Simon Dixon - Trumpet; and Noah Luper - Tuba Teressa Hedglin made 1st chair Tuba in the 2nd Band Morgan Lafayette made 4th chair Clarinet in the 1st Band Aeiden Summerson made 2nd chair Baritone in the 1st Band These students were selected from 889 who auditioned! Students earning placement in one of our All-Region Bands will participate in a Clinic/Concert at Lake Hamilton HS on Friday, 12/15 and Saturday, 12/16. Please help me congratulate these students on this outstanding accomplishment. Thanks! Buddy Deese, Director Fouke Bands
Service Learning Opportunity - Art club
The art club will be making plastic sleeping mats for the homeless. If you bring thirty plastic shopping bags that have not had meat and are not wet to the art room, you can receive one service hour. You can get a max of three service hours from this. Art club will be collecting bags through January 31st.
Sr Retakes and HS Boys Basketball Pictures
Seniors will be doing their retakes for the yearbook on December 13th. This will involve most of the seniors. We only had 25 to take pictures this summer. It will most likely take most of the day. I am working with Lifetouch on a list and I am going to try and set up appointment times. We will also be taking HS boys basket ball pictures sometime that morning.

FCCLA OKC Trip Participants

From FCCLA leadership and knowledge bowl students and myself, we would like to thank each of you for supporting us on our trip.  We had a blast and learned a lot.  All of the students were very well behaved and respectful.  

Kevin, Nick, and Brayden attended the leadership academy to learn more about the following areas: 

  • FCCLA 101
  • The Leader in Me
  •  Building Blocks of Character
  •  Opportunities in FCCLA
  • Leadership Essentials

Each earned a certificate and pin.

Natalie, Dekki, Savanna, Laura, and Damion were on the knowledge bowl team.  There were 19 teams there to compete with only 16 teams making it to competition rounds based on their score in the Quiz Bee.  We made it to the competition.  There are 4 rooms with 4 teams competing in quiz bowl type competitions.  You have to be the top in the room to automatically go on to nationals. We unfortunately placed fourth; however, it was a learning experience and 3 of the girls have already asked about competing next year.  We were the biggest school in our room and the only team from Arkansas.

On Friday night, we heard David Edward Garcia speak.  He is a 5 language-speaking-motivational-comedian!  He also teaches science in south Texas.

Thanks for all of your support and for what you do for our students.


Kimberly Jones

Family and Consumer Sciences

Orientation to Teaching


Library Fines Due

Part of semester test exemption requirements is that all library fines must be paid.

FHS Student Council News!
On Monday, 11/13/2017,the FHS Student Council attended the Southwest Arkansas Learning for Life Leadership Workshop at Camp Preston Hunt in Texarkana. The students all presented their own lesson (created by SC President Madison Hollenbeck, entitled "Beliefs and Values in Leadership"), and spoke to students from Pleasant Grove, Redwater, Arkansas High, Queen City, Liberty Eylau, and more. After their sessions, they competed in team building activities (AND WON!) and attended seminars led by Dr. Emily Cutrer, the President of Texas A&M University Texarkana, Mr. James Russell, the President of Texarkana College, and representatives from the Caddo Area Council for the Boy Scouts of America. They represented FHS excellently, and you can be proud of the effort they gave and how well they worked with students from other schools. Thank you for allowing them this opportunity.
Service Learning

If you need SL hours, check the list beside Mrs. Tweedy’s room for opportunities.

• REMINDER ~Students need to park in their assigned parking spots! Also be sure to use the correct exit for in & out of parking lot!
Extra Homecoming shirts for sale!

Homecoming shirts are still on sale. See Ms. Wicker to purchase them!

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Fouke High School
403 Panther Drive
Fouke, Arkansas 71837
Phone: 870-653-4551
Fax: 870-653-3313


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