Below is information which will help to answer some of the most
frequently asked questions with regards to school closing. This
information is current as of March 26, 2020.
AMI Work for the Week of March 30 – April 3
Students brought home AMI folders in the fall. Students should have
already completed work from Days 1, 2, and part of day 3 during the week
of March 16 – 20.
Please use the following schedule for the week of March 30 – April 3.
If your child’s AMI folder has been misplaced, you may access the same documents online using the following links:
AMI Work for the Week of April 6 – 10
Below are learning options for students beginning the week of April
6. More information including web conferencing schedules through Google
Hangouts and Google Classroom will be posted by April 2.
Smackover Elementary School and Norphlet Middle School
Parents will be able to choose one of two options:
Smackover High School
Students enrolled in concurrent credit classes through SouthARK will
continue doing their classwork online. Please watch for emails being
sent directly from SouthARK to student’s gmail accounts for further
High school students enrolled in courses through Virtual Arkansas
will continue to complete their coursework online. Students without
online access will need to complete print copies of work which were
distributed the week before spring break.
Communications with Families
WiFi hotspots will be available in designated Smackover-Norphlet School District parking lots beginning April 6.
Please stay in your vehicle at all times if a hotspot is being used.
School Meal Service will resume on Monday, March 30.
The district is reviewing options and plans for senior activities
including prom and graduation. More information will be given as
updated guidance is provided from the Arkansas Department of Health and
the Arkansas Department of Education.
We are so grateful to our parents, students, and community members
throughout the COVID-19 outbreak. We know how hard parents and
guardians are working right now to provide for the basic needs of their
We believe that the three most critical things that students need
during this time are food, shelter, and love. While instruction is
important, nothing is greater and more important than your family at
this time. The lessons that our students learn from parents and
guardians about character, life skills, and social skills are greater
than reading, writing, and math.
With that said, the teachers, staff and administrators of the
Smackover-Norphlet School District are here to support families with
instruction during this time no matter which instructional plan you
choose. We will be flexible, understanding, and supportive of the
decisions you are facing. Remember: You are not alone. We are your
partners through this pandemic.
May all of our Buckaroo family and community stay well and safe!