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Fouke FFA Awards Banquet & Fundraiser Auction

May 13th, 2019 @ 6:00 p.m. – Fouke School Auditorium – Please joing us in recognizing the accomplishments of our students.  Donations will be accepted to help cover the cost of the meal.  Please email your RSVP by May 10th to crystal.hewitt@foukepanthers.org.

Student Summer Workers

Students that would like to work for the school district this summer, need to turn in an application by May 6th.

Senior Library Books Due
Seniors: Your library books and fines are due April 26th.

Seniors this is an exciting time of the year.  Seniors you have 14 days of school left!! Show up so you will not have to attend Saturday School and possibly not graduate.  Make sure you are taking care of your business.

Extra Prom Favors available

We have extra prom favors ( glasses with gel candle). If any junior or senior would like one, Mrs. Cordell is selling them for $5.00 each.


Seniors this is an exciting time of the year.  Seniors you have 14 days of school left!! Show up so you will not have to attend Saturday School and possibly not graduate.  Make sure you are taking care of your business.


Your daily attendance is very important!.  Get up and Get to school and be on time! Some of you are getting close to needing Saturday school in order to not lose your credits.  Every absence in a class after 12 requires one hour of Saturday school in order to save your credits. Losing credits equals not graduating on time.

Seniors - Extra announcements available.

Seniors: Mrs. Page has a few extra announcements.  $6 per bundle of 5.

Senior CPR Days

Seniors, CPR lists are posted in the hallway. Make arrangements to be there on your assigned day.  All fines and fees must be taken care of BEFORE you can take CPR.

ACT Aspire testing

9th grade will test April 17-18.   10th grade will test April 24th-25th.



On May 6th we will be conducting parent/student scheduling meetings.  We will not have school that day, BUT Every 8th -11th grade student will be given a 15 minute conference time that you will be required to show up for to discuss your schedule again.  If you don’t show up for your scheduled time you will be counted absent that day, and you may not have the classes you want on your schedule for the next school year. We will be sending out more information and your scheduled time soon.

Driver's Education

If you are interested in taking drivers education this summer, there is an interest sign-up sheet by Ms.Olivers office.  There is a fee of $100.00.  The date of the class has not been selected yet, but if interested, please sign-up.

Academic Signing Day for Seniors

Seniors receiving scholarships will be recognized at Academic Signing Day held, April 29th from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. in the MS auditorium.  Recognition letters must be turned in by April 1st.  

No Food in gym

Students may eat in the gym lobby before school IF allowed in the gym due to weather.  AT lunch, Students may eat in the cafeteria or the Pit only. Please be respectful and throw your trash away.


If you are tardy to first period you must come to the office and check in!!!

Fouke High School is a closed campus!

Students, Fouke High School is a closed campus - remember if you drive to school you may not go back into your vehicle until 3:19 - you may no longer drive to Athletics, Ag, FACS or anywhere once you arrive at school.

Parking Passes

Students who need a parking pass may see Officer McCLure second period in his office.  Teachers please make sure before you send a student that they have their paperwork .

Reminder - Water Only!

Students be reminded that you can only have water bottles out in the building to drink.  You will be ask to throw away anything else.

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



From the Principal:

Dear Fouke High School Students and Families,

It is with great honor and excitement that I introduce myself, Eva Nadeau, as the new Principal at FHS.  My passion for education and supporting the success of all students has been shaped over the past 30 years as a band director, teacher, assistant principal, and principal.  In each of my roles, I have sought to ensure the success of each student and the school by providing the best instructional and extracurricular opportunities and supports possible.  Similarly, it in my number one priority at FHS to ensure that every student receives the most well-rounded education possible.

A well-rounded education means outstanding instruction from top-notch teachers, as well as extra-curricular opportunities and supports that enable students to develop character, cultivate passions, and explore the world outside the classroom.  When considering the opportunities available to students, I often look to my own experiences and involvement in high school and college courses, athletics, band, clubs and volunteer efforts that helped shape who I am today.  As the Principal at FHS, I am committed to ensuring that student needs and interest help shape instruction and extracurricular opportunities.  Through this shared commitment to learning, I am excited to see students engaged in debate in the classrooms, scoring the winning point on the field, performing in the musical, or any other area that peaks student interest and passion.

Most importantly, an excellent education is not possible without the great collaboration of students, parents and staff.  Over the past few weeks, I have had the privilege of getting to know some of the amazing students, parents, and staff at FHS, while also learning about the rich school history and success.  One of the greatest takeaways from these conversations has been the immense enthusiasm and pride for the school and community.  It is through that same enthusiasm and pride that I look forward to being a Fouke Panther and working with each of you to continue the success at FHS.

I look forward to a great year ahead of us!  Please do not hesitate to reach out to me if you have any questions, concerns, and ideas that you would like to discuss.

Have a great rest of the summer!

Eva Nadeau


Congratulations to Fouke FFA’s Livestock Judging Team

on Qualifying for State at the Southern District CDE

contest at SAU !







Best overall music, best overall visual, and 1st place in Class





Fouke High School is a closed campus.  Beginning Oct. 22, 2018,  if you drive to school you may NOT get back into your vehicle until 3:19.  You may NO LONGER drive to ATHLETICS, AG, or ANYWHERE once you arrive at school!


This is another recycling program that the Fouke High School Conservation Club  learned about, and we wanted to share the information with you. The Appalachian Wildlife Refuge in Skyland, North Carolina, accepts old mascara wands which they use to clean injured and orphaned animals at the refuge.  The refuge asks that you first clean, and dry, the used wands before placing  them in a plastic bag for shipping.  Their shipping address and website are listed below and there are links to their wand recycling form and informational poster.  Thanks in advance for taking part in this program and please feel free to pass this information along to others who you believe might be interested in participating. 


recycle form

Information sheet


Appalachian Wildlife Refuge

P.O. Box 1211

Skyland, North Carolina 28776


Barry Hughes

Fouke High School Science Teacher


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Band Solo Contest Honors:

38 HS Band Students earned medals at the Region 2 ASBOA Solo and Ensemble Assessment held at North Heights on Friday, 4/12/19, including thirteen 2nd Division Solos, twenty-one 1st Division Solos, and four 1st Division Ensembles,  Middle school students also attended this event.  In total, the band participated in 101 events and returned with 97 medals!   Please congratulate these students on representing our school and community in such a positive manner!!

Agriculture Department Celebrates Grand Opening of Greenhouse

The Agriculture Department celebrated the grand opening of the greenhouse that the agri students built  with the staff from Miller County Conservation District. They were able to build the greenhouse because of a grant from Miller County Conservation District and Farm Bureau Insurance. 

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Students Attend Young Voters’ Workshop

On March 28, 2019, Mrs. Cordell and nine of her students attended the Young Voters’ Workshop at the Arkansas State Capitol in Little Rock, Arkansas, hosted by the Secretary of State’s office.  The purpose was to teach the history and important of voting. They also took part in a debate over bills being introduced in the current legislature.  While there, they toured the State Capitol building, including the treasury where a working bank is located.  They were allowed to enter the vault and were each photographed holding stacks of money totalling $400,000.

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Attached are a few pictures showing the progression of the bluebirds on campus this spring.  The pictures show the nests from the first few eggs, the complete set of eggs, newly hatched bird, and birds that are approximately 2 days old according to our Bluebird Monitoring Fact Sheet.  I just thought you might want to see how our bluebirds were doing this year. 

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Barry Hughes

Fouke High School Science Teacher


DIRECTIONS:  Click on the links below to access the listed information.

2018-2019 Fouke High School Improvement Plan

2019-2020 Fouke High School Improvement Plan



Notice of School Based Mental Health Services

(Click links to access)

Emergency Crisis Resources

Calendar 2018-2019

2018-2019 Basketball

2019 Baseball

2019 Softball

2019 Track

HS Interim test dates