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LA News -- March 4th

Coming Up

  • M 3/4 -- Track Practice 3-4:30 (6-12th)

  • W 3/6 -- Spring Follies Practice 3-4:30 (9-12th)

  • Th 3/7 -- Track Practice 3-4:30 (6-12th)

  • Th-Fr 3/7-8 -- Oral Roberts University visit (Rhetoric students)

  • Fr 3/8 -- End of Quarter 3

  • Fr 3/8 -- Spring Follies Practice 3-4:30 (7-8th)

  • Sa 3/9 -- Saturday School

Lunch Menu


Track Practices

Track season has now started, and this week our practices will be on Mondays and Thursdays after school until 430pm. 6th-grade students are invited to join. All basketball players are expected to participate in track. It is excellent off-season conditioning. The track and field events provide a nice variety for our student-athletes.

This Week:

  • M 3:00-4:30pm

  • Th 3:00-4:30pm

Save the Dates

Below are our currently scheduled track meets. Additional meets will be joined and are likely to take place on Tuesdays for Junior High (6-9) and Thursdays for Senior High (10-12).

  • Thursday, March 14

  • Saturday, April 27

  • Saturday, May 5 -- STATE MEET

*OFF SEASON Basketball will begin later this month. Details to come!

College Visits -- ORU, Tulsa Thursday/Friday 3/7-8

Our visit to ORU is this week! Students will leave after lunch on Thursday. Eat out together on Thursday night and visit campus Friday. We will be back around 6pm Friday.

Over the last couple of years, we've been intentionally visiting Christian colleges and universities with our older students. We've visited Ouachita Baptist University and Oklahoma Baptist University. Up next is Oral Roberts University in Tulsa. John Brown University is the next visit to follow thereafter, and others are being mapped out for next fall. Each of these visits is a good opportunity for students to be exposed to Christian education at the university level. Certainly, a student may find where they are supposed to go to college, if that is in God's design for their lives, but might also be that one class visited, one statement made, or one group conversation is the one that brings some clarity of sense of direction to them for this critical time of decision making in their lives.

Additional details will be sent home this week. If you have questions contact Mrs. Nix or Mrs. Garner. Thank you! Rhetoric students, please get your permission slip submitted!

Saturday School -- Saturday, March 9

Mandatory Saturday school for students with past-due assignments: March 9th from 8:00 am - 3:00 pm. Lunch will not be provided. Students should bring a sack lunch. Parents will be notified of students who must attend.

Carnival of Cultures -- Friday, March 15

On Friday, March 15th from 2:15-3:00 pm, students will engage in a Carnival of Cultures, both presenting and experiencing a taste of the lives of others around the world. Please watch for parent memos from teachers requesting your help!

First Track Meet -- Success for Warriors!

The track season commenced on Saturday with Legacy Academy hosting our first-ever Warrior Invitational at Acorn High School. The small invitational was a nice way for us to ease into learning about hosting a track meet and a nice warm-up for our athletes to prepare for the season.

Legacy Warrior athletes shone brightly, clinching an impressive tally of 16 gold medals along with numerous silver and bronze medals. Their collaborative spirit was evident as they supported and motivated each other, showcasing true teamwork on the track. The athletes represented Christ and Legacy Academy well as they kicked off the 2024 track and field season. Our next chance for completion is scheduled for March 14 in Gurdon.

Time to Re-Enroll

It is time to complete your students’ application to re-enroll for the 2024-2025 school year.

Paper applications were sent home with students on Friday, March 1st, or you can complete it online HERE. You may fill out one application per family, just be sure to include the name of every student that you would like to be considered for enrollment for the 2024-25 school year.

Campus Progress Zone: New Fence & Gates

The new fencing and gates are being installed! Once these are complete and installed, the school drive will be one-way only. You will only be able to enter at the Western entrance and must exit beside the daycare or at the dirt road (Friday Lane) after pickup.

Solar Eclipse -- April 8th

On Monday, April 8, part of Arkansas will experience a total solar eclipse. Our school is in the path of totality so we are aiming to have a normal school morning and then do fun activities and watch the eclipse in the afternoon.  Parents and families are invited to join us for the event, too. Keep an eye out for more details coming soon!

If you have any questions, please direct them to Mr. Ward:

Scholarship Updates--important LEARNS NEWS

EFA Eligibility Expands

Education Freedom Accounts (EFAs) have expanded their eligibility for the upcoming new year. These include any affiliation with the military, ALL first graders (whether they are new to Legacy or not), first-time kindergarteners (must turn 5 by August 1st), law enforcement, firefighters (including volunteers), and any first responders. Students currently attending an F or D-rated public school also automatically qualify, as well.

These new accounts will provide 90% of the state's education foundation formula, which will pay full tuition for a student at Legacy Academy.

Applications can be filled out online.

Philanthropic Scholarships

PIAK is now open, families can apply with this link. This scholarship applies to any students transferring from a public school to a private school for the first time or entering into Kindergarten for the first time (must turn 5 before August 1st) AND whose family’s income is no more than 200% of the federal poverty guidelines.

Class of 2024 NEWS!

Seniors--here are a few important notes!

Scholarship forms for local students from the local Farm Bureau agency can be picked up in the office from Mrs. Kesterson or Mr. Gallagher!

This is a link to information on the Arkansas Challenge Scholarship. This is an important scholarship that will pay for college courses--including many trade courses, at local and 4-year colleges.

Also, students who will go on to any additional study--academically or in trade will need to apply for FAFSA to get set up for scholarships and assistance. Click HERE to do so.

The Arkansas Future Grant is a scholarship for high-demand jobs in Arkansas. Many options are offered, including welding, automotive, diesel technology, HVAC, etc. 

See Mr. Gallagher for more information or help with any of these.

A note will go out to senior parents soon about caps and gowns. In the meantime, please help make sure your senior is securing their required service hours and is on track to complete their capstone project!

Arkansas Community Foundation Scholarships now available

Arkansas Community Foundation recently announced that scholarships are now available for Arkansas students.

Arkansas students that are pursuing education at two or four year colleges or universities, vocational schools or technical training programs can apply for the Community Foundation’s scholarships.

Community Foundation president and CEO Heather Larkin said-quote “Since 1976, the Community Foundation has partnered with individuals and organizations who want to support students in their pursuit of higher education.”

Scholarships with statewide eligibility include:

  • Advancing Women in Transportation Scholarship, provides a scholarship to female students who plan to pursue a career in a transportation related field in Arkansas

  • Anne Pressly Scholarship, to memorialize the legacy of Anne Pressly and support a graduating high school senior woman who plans to pursue a career in Journalism

  • Arkansas Service Memorial Scholarship, for students who are children of Arkansans who lost their life in service in the state, nation or community

  • Barbara Mashburn Memorial Scholarship, provides a scholarship for a graduate of an Arkansas high school pursuing an education as a vocalist

  • East Student Scholarship, provides a scholarship to a graduating senior who attends any high school with an EAST program

  • Elizabeth G. Redman Republican Party of Arkansas Scholarship, for students who are members of or active in the Republican Party of Arkansas

  • Herchel and Melba A. Fildes Scholarship, provides a scholarship to students studying nursing and attending Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas or Arkansas State University in Beebe

  • Lillian McGillicuddy Republican Party of Arkansas Scholarship, for students who are members of the Arkansas Federation of Young Republicans or are active in the Republican Party of Arkansas

  • Marie and Bob Marshall Republican Party of Arkansas Scholarship, for students who are members of or active in the Republican Party of Arkansas

  • Merwin T. and Agnes Bowman Nursing Scholarship, for students seeking a Bachelor of Science in Nursing or equivalent degree from a qualified institution

  • Poultry Federation Scholarship, provides scholarships to students pursuing a degree related to the poultry industry and attending a school in the University of Arkansas system, Arkansas State University system, Arkansas Tech University or Southern Arkansas University

  • Robert P. Atkinson Hospital Leadership and Scholarship, provides a scholarship to students pursuing an advanced degree with an emphasis in healthcare and/or hospital administration

  • Ryan Mondy D.A.S.H. Memorial Scholarship, provides scholarships to graduating seniors whose lives have been affected by cancer

For more information about these and other scholarships, visit www. Deadline for scholarships can be found on the application portal.

We are Enrolling New Students

We are Hiring!

Don't forget we need substitutes. Please contact the office if you might be able to sub --

We are also hoping to hire one additional grammar-level teacher for the remainder of this year. Applicants should have a bachelor's degree.

We are beginning our hiring efforts for next school year, as well. Help us find the perfect teacher match and fill positions!

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