LITTLE ROCK & HAMPTON, ARK –Hampton School District groundbreaking in partnership with North Little Rock’s Today’s Power, Inc. to announce the school district’s new Solar project. The solar project will encompass 5 acres of land and will be owned and operated by Today’s Power. All energy generated by the array will be sold under a 20-year Solar Power Services Agreement (SPSA) to the Hampton School District.
For students at Hampton, Fridays at school will be going virtual starting October 30. Students will still be allowed on campus, but they will be assigned to a paraprofessional or other staff member so classroom teachers receive the time needed to support both virtual and on-site students. There will not be new materials taught on Fridays.
Hampton High School presents the 2020 Homecoming Court. Back row(left to right): Kyleigh Stanchfield, Jr. Maid, Jordan Rice, Jr. Maid, Rylee Griffis, Sr. Maid, Arieanna Ramirez, Sr. Maid, Brianna Bearden, Jr. Maid, Chesney Reynolds, Soph. Maid, and Carlee Hannegan, Soph. Maid. Front Row(left to right): Macy Bastien, Sr. Maid, Aubrey Pennignton, Queen, and LaTeesha Brown, Maid of Honor Photos by Penny Chanler
The Hampton City Council met this past Monday and wanted to make sure the public was aware/ warned of some changes made to the Animal Ordinance and some enforcements being made for varius activities around the city.
The South Arkansas Sun placed in several categories at the annual Arkansas Press Association convention. Columnist Jeri Shire was awarded first place in the “humorous column” category for the column “Feeling Financially Fit.” She also received second place in the humorous column category again for her column “Sleeping In.”