Welcome to Bald Knob Public Schools

Jr. High Cheerleading Tryouts

Anyone interested in trying out for a spot on the jr. high cheerleading squad may now pick up a tryout packet from Mrs. Monica Roberts.  The parent meeting was originally scheduled for Wednesday, February 22nd; however, the sr. high girls basketball team has advanced to the regional playoffs on this date.  Due to this conflict the parent meeting is rescheduled for Wednesday, March 1st at 5:30 in room 185.  Parents must attend this meeting in order for their child to be eligible to tryout.  There  are no exceptions.

New Construction Causes Traffic Changes

On Monday, December 12, we will begin construction on the new cafeteria for middle and high school students. Please see the pictures below to view  traffic changes. Beginning Monday and lasting until construction is completed, the following traffic changes will be in place:

(a) All car riders for the middle and high school will be dropped off and picked up in the lower parking lot of the high school. Parents will use the lower high school driveway to both enter and exit. Please use extreme caution as both parents and high school students will be using the same driveway. 
(b) All buses will drop off and load middle school and high school students at the front of the middle school. Please note that from 7:00A.M. – 8:00A.M. and from   1:45P.M. – 3:30P.M., the middle school driveway will be reserved for bus and employee traffic only. 
(c) From 8:00A.M. – 1:30P.M., parents with business at the middle school may use the front entrance to the middle school. Parents should use the designated visitor parking spots or park briefly in the lane closest to the building. 
(d) Walkers should avoid bus traffic and construction zones.
 

Remembering Bradley Roberts

For the majority of the past six decades, Brad Roberts has been an integral part of the Bald Knob School District. First as a student, then a math educator, and finally as an administrator and superintendent, he served in nearly every capacity at the school. His love for the district, faculty, students--whom he considered to be the best in Arkansas--truly runs deep.