Congratulations to Shelly Murray, Interventionist at UHSMA, who was selected as the KAIT8 Teacher of the Month! Anchor Jurnee Taylor and Kim Hauge from Farmers and Merchants Bank made a surprise visit to present her with the award and a gift. We are thankful for such a supportive community that values our educators. We are honored to have teachers like Mrs. Murray serving our students.
Nettleton Public Schools is proud of the legacy that has been built in its 125 years. Alumnus Craig Miller (Class of 89) composed and performed with the Chieftain Lane Revival, a tribute to honor our school in the celebrations of 125 years of tradition and excellence.
"We Have Loved Thee Long" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFjS88Rz2zU
October 19, 2021 Board Meeting @ 6:30
Cheer on your Lady Raiders as the Volleyball team takes on Jonesboro tonight, beginning at 6:30 pm. You can also live stream the game at youtube.com/nettletontv
Nettleton Public Schools celebrated its 125th anniversary with a Proclamation presented by Mayor Harold Copenhaver on October 12, 2021. In addition, a reception was hosted at the NHS Library for Administrators, Faculty, Alumni, and Students to celebrate 125 Years of Excellence.
Nettleton Public Schools Flu Clinics 2021
UHE and UHSMA - October 25th
STEAM - October 26th
NJHS and NHS - October 27th
FME and FMSCM - October 28th
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Athletic Trainer Prevents Serious Harm to Nettleton Student-Athlete
September 3 proved to be no ordinary day for Nettleton student-athlete Akyria James. But, thanks to the preparations, quick actions, and leadership taken by St. Bernards-Certified Athletic Trainer Nick Haywood, along with his student assistant DJ Robins, and the coaches, Akyria has returned to practice with no issues.
On that Friday, outdoor temperatures dropped. As a result, Nettleton Women's Basketball Coach Jason Smith elected to condition outdoors at the football stadium with bleachers and fieldwork at the end of practice which is typical for the team during pre-season. During the routine drills, however, Akyria collapsed. The coaching staff quickly alerted Athletic Trainer Nick Haywood, who was nearby monitoring football practice.
Haywood quickly assessed Akyria, who grew unresponsive, determining she possibly suffered from heat exhaustion. He and Coach Smith carried her to a nearby ice tub to cool her body and immediately had a coach call 911. Haywood calmly monitored Miss James' core temperature and vitals. Upon arriving, emergency responders assessed the situation and bragged about all Nick was doing. Akyria was then hospitalized, ultimately making a full recovery.
Coach Smith called Haywood a "Rock Star" to recognize Akyria's health crisis and work quickly to stabilize her. "I was proud of all involved," Coach Smith said. "Nobody panicked. Everything was by the book and without hesitation, and she is healthy right now because of it. We are so fortunate at Nettleton to partner with St. Bernard's and have a trainer like Nick. Even though we as coaches are trained, we aren't healthcare professionals. All schools need a trainer for situations like these, we are blessed without question, and Akyria James may be alive because of Nick Haywood.
Congratulations to Nettleton High School Tennis Doubles partners Cameron Salo and Will Jensen, who qualified for the State Tennis Tournament. They play Monday, October 11th, at the Hot Springs Country Club.
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