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Carlee Cox signs her letter of intent to UAM, as her parents Tina and Jeremy Cox look on. Carlee Cox Signs with UAM Cheerleading
When little girls are asked, what do you want to be when you grow up, more times than not, you will get the response of a cheerleader! On Tuesday,...

Farm Bureau’s Agricultural Safety Awareness Week
Farm Bureau’s Agricultural Safety Awareness week was held at DeWitt and Gillett Elementary School’s March 5-11th. The week-long event featured Farm...

Photo Ops of Edvard Munch's ‘The Scream’ and DaVinci’s ‘Mona Lisa’ Arts Gala at DeWitt Elementary School
At the DeWitt Elementary School on Friday, March 16th, an arts gala was held, displaying the fine works of the children who attend the school. Upon...

DES Raises $12,364.48 for American Heart Association
Jump Rope for Heart is a fundraising and physical activity program that DeWitt Elementary School recently participated in. It teaches school aged...

***Photos submitted by First Electric*** Kindergarten class winners L-R: DeWitt Elementary Principal Julie Amstutz, John Paul Cox, Carter Brewton, FECC Lineman Brad Harvey, Katelee Hartsoe and My’shune Martin First Electric Sponsors Art Contest at DES
First Electric recently sponsored a coloring contest at DeWitt Elementary School. The students were asked to draw and color anything that related...

The Orange Team include:  Payton Atkins, Carson Mitchell, Emma Sullivan, Gracie Edmonson, Anna Rose Lowe, Kaylee Coleman, Kinley Ruffin, Brick Fox and Kaden Pippenger Gillett Elementary Pee Wee Basketball Comes to a Close
The 2017 Gillett Elementary Pee Wee basketball season came to a close on Saturday, March 3.  The twenty-five elementary students learned the...

PCCUA Cast Members Rehearse for “A Grand Night for Singing”
Cast members of the ensemble for A Grand Night for Singing are shown learning the staging for one of their production numbers, “Give My Regards to...

GES Receives Eight Awards in Their Annual Report
The Office for Educational Policy (OEP) has awarded Gillett Elementary School eight awards in their annual report entitled, "The Outstanding...

Thirty-Nine FBLA Members Qualify for State
DeWitt FBLA Traveled to the Pine Bluff Convention Center on February 8th. 44 members competed to go to the State Leadership Conference in Little...

DMS Literacy Night
Dewitt Middle School Literacy Night was a huge success with over 113 students, parents, teachers, and staff in attendance. Literacy Teachers Sissy...

ack row: Lori Wilson, Ty George, Owen St. John, Greyson Riggins, Lydia Wright, Kenzie Wood, Hayden McCarley, Jackson Ward, Jaden Steeland, Lindsey Beaton.
Next row: Crawford Roesner, Landon Simpson, Caroline Craig, Henlee Morton, Neci Hill, Kailly Hoots, Daigan Burnett, Griffin Whitmore, Parker George, Cruz Davis
Next row: Wyatt Jones, Weston Vansandt, Evan Watkins, Maddox McCarley, Carson Riggins, Heston Morton, Sentauria Smith, Terrell Dale, Caleb Neal, Wesley Clifton, Andrew Howard, Carlos Osorio, Alesha jones
Front row: Emma green, Cassie Beard, Reese Watkins, Jackson Chambless, Jack Noble, Jay Mannis, Sam Jones, Wiley Whitmore, Saylor Morton, Mackie Hearn.
Not pictured: Harlyn Padgett, Meredith Eggerman, and Mitchell Eggerman. DES Students Run For the Finish Line
The Dewitt Elementary students attended the Little Rockers Marathon on Saturday, March 4th. During the past several months they have ran a total of...

2017-2018 DeWitt High School Cheerleaders 2017-2018 DeWitt Cheerleaders Selected
Senior and Junior High Cheerleaders tryouts for 2017-2018 season were held on Friday, February 24. DHS Cheerleaders: Laiken Brickey, Emma...

Sha Hicks Selected As Employee of the Year
DMS Principle Russell, Dewitt Superintendent Dr. Dardenne and Custodial Supervisor Angie Nutt pose with Ms. Sha Hicks after she was presented with...

Wilson Named Southeast Regional Elementary School Counselor of the...
Mrs. Lori Wilson was nominated by Mrs. Julie Amstutz, DES Principal for the Southeast Regional Elementary School Counselor of the Year.  The SEARK...

Gillett Elementary Receives Generous Grant
Ark. Code Ann. § 6-15-2107 authorizes rewards in an amount up to $100 per student who attends a public school or public charter school in the top 5 percent of all Arkansas...