Due to the spread of COVID- 19 in our area, Calhoun County Library and Museum will remain closed to the public until the Arkansas Department of Health has cleared the public school system to reopen. We understand that this situation is frustrating and inconvenient and we hope to return to normal activities soon, but in the meantime we must follow the state recommendations for the at-risk members of our community.
Hampton Superintendent Jimmy Cunningham assured the school board on Tuesday the school would be disinfected and cleaned thoroughly. He said workers will come Monday and Tuesday during Spring Break to clean and disinfect the school building and school buses.
The Thornton City Council met in regular session on March 9th in council chambers with four members present and two absent.
This spring, the Shelter Insurance Foundation will award a $2000 scholarship to a graduate of Hampton High School. Shelter Agent Mark Hodnett sponsors and partially funds this scholarship.
2020 HHS Seniors Cameron Partain and Harley Strickland signed to play basketball with SouthArk. Their families, HHS Basketball Teams, supporting friends, teachers, and their coaches attended the signing. Photo from Hampton School District