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Eagles In The News

The Des Arc Lady Eagles played in the 2A Girls Basketball State Tournament Semi-Finals on Saturday, March 7, 2020. Although the Lady Eagles lost to the Melbourne Lady Bearkatz, they had a very successful season. They placed 2nd in conference, district tournament, and had a season record of 22-9.

Congratulations ladies on such a great year!!!

Congratulations to the Junior Lady Eagles in

taking 2nd place in the 2A-5 North District

Championship game against Pangburn.

The team had a successful season

with a 16-6 record. Great job ladies!!!

Congratulations to the Des Arc Band

students on their recent honors:

Hallie Kennedy (Sr.) - Flute: 6th chair Region IV 2nd Honor Band, 5th chair ASBA All-Star Band

Colby Cox (Sr.) - Trumpet: 10th chair Region IV 1st Honor Band (State Qualifier), 7th chair ASBA All-Star Band

James Whaley (Jr.) - Trombone: Alternate ASBA All-Star Band

Justin Canell (Jr.) - Bariton: Alternate ASBA All-Star Band

Bailey Devore (Soph.) - Bass Clarinet: 4th chair Region IV 2nd Honor Band, Alternate ASBA All-Star Band

Mattie Davis (Jr.) - Clarinet: 25th chair ASBA All-Star Band

Congratulations to senior Caleb Jobe for being selected

as one of the top athletes in the state to play in the

Arkansas All-Star football game. Caleb was a standout

two way player for the Des Arc Eagles this football

season. He was selected as an All-Conference and

All-State player for the 2019 football season. Coach

Tyler Paschal commented "He is a great student on

and off the field." Way to go, Caleb!

The Arkansas All-Star football game will take place this

summer in Conway.


The Des Arc Eagle Eye Archery Team placed 1st in their Regional Tournament in Cabot

on February 8th. This honor qualified the team to participate in the State Tournament in

Hot Springs on Friday, March 6th. Congratulations and good luck at state!

Congratulations to the 2019 Homecoming Court!


Seated (L-R): Madison Brown, Junior Maid / Eloise Estes, Queen Attendant / Haylie Flud, Maid of Honor / Alysa Fields, Queen / Emily Wrigley, Senior Maid / Everett Estes, Queen Attendant / Kyndal Morton, Sophomore Maid

Standing (L - R): Hunter Crawford, Junior Escort / Hunter Whittenburg, Senior Escort / Jackson Morton, Queen Escort / Kale Dorman, Queen Escort / Will Kearby, Senior Escort / Jake Reidher, Sophomore Escort

Photo by: Amanda Smith

Front Row: Kanaan Widener, Queen Attendant/Tristan Richards, Sophomore Maid/Karson Covington, Maid of Honor/Lindsey Reidhar, Queen/ Kayci Kellar, Senior Maid/Alysa Fields, Junior Maid/Paisley Ethridge, Queen Attendant

Back Row: Jarrett Hambrick, Sophomore Escort/Chuck Crawford, Maid of Honor Escort/Jed Reidhar, Queen Escort/Garrett Goodman, Queen Escort/Berghan Taylor, Senior Escort/Cooper Roberts, Junior Escort

The Des Arc High School health class, taught by Coach Brittany Pilcher, got a lesson today in the dangers of drunk driving. The session was led by officers from the Arkansas State Police.

The Des Arc Eagles defeated the England Lions by a score of 35-21 at the 2018 Bank of England Mortgage Kickoff Classic at War Memorial Stadium on August 21, 2018.

Jackson Morton was named MVP of the game. Cooper Roberts was named Fearless Friday's Central Arkansas Player of the Week.

Great job, guys! Looking forward to an exciting Eagles football season!

Congratulations to the 2018-2019 Homecoming Court!

Homecoming Queen

Lindsey Reidhar

Maid of Honor Senior Maid

Karson Covington Kayci Kellar

Junior Maid Sophmore Maid

Alysa Fields Tristan Richards

Tangents Magazine.pdf

If you pick up the Summer 2018 copy of Tangents magazine, a publication of the Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts (ASMSA), you might see a familiar face. Mrs. Judy Bone, Des Arc High School science teacher, is featured in the Advanced Mentorship article beginning on page 12. Mrs. Bone is one of 14 teachers from across the state that participated in ASMSA's Advanced Biology Plus cohort this past year. The program offered professional development through summer camps and sessions held during the fall and spring. The meetings were led by ASMSA instructors.

The article is at the right >>>

Mrs. Bone Article.pdf

Congratulations to Will Kearby on being selected as a 2018-2019 Arkansas Activities Association Big Red Student Advisory Council Member. Seventeen students from Arkansas schools ranging from 1A to 7A were chosen based on their application and letter of recommendation from a school administrator. The council meets each semester to provide student participation information, learn more about AAA, and build leadership skills. Eagles Athletic Director Drake Widener commented "Will is a fantastic leader for our football team and is one of the hardest workers I've ever coached. He will be a great representative for our state and we're so proud of him for being selected!" Way to go, Will!