School District Mission Statement

We believe that people are empowered by their independent use of information technologies and that they are united by opportunities to share resources and communicate in our local and global communities. In this Information Age, it is essential that schools commit to preparing its students to work in an evolving, information-centered, global community. Given the rapid pace of technological change and the growth of information technologies in all aspects of our lives, it is critical that students become familiar with the tools of information technology.


04/12/2014 12:29 pm
04/30/2014 12:29 pm

Tryouts for Jasper the Jaguar were today also and I forgot to put this on the original tryout blog.




McCrory Senior High Cheerleaders

#1 Kasin Mann
#2 Emily Reynolds
#3 Abbey Dozier
#4 Lexi Jones
#5 Lynnsey Bowling
#6 Kendal Williams
#8 Haley Roberts
#9 Brittany Bailey
#10 Ryleigh Ferrell
#12 Raeann Cain

McCrory Junior High Cheerleaders

#2 Randa Youngman
#4 Alex Woodall
#5 Bailey Graves
#6 Paige Dollar
#7 Madison Reeves
#11 Kynley Dozier
#13 Peyton Bagwell
#14 Hannah Jackson

7th Grade Cheerleaders

#2 Cara Bowling
#3 Layla Hedden
#4 Lacanreal Smith
#5 Blaire Kennon
#7 Macy Fields
#12 Krisha Hendrix
#13 Kelby Williams
#14 Madi Barnett



The application for School Choice can be found at the left hand side of this page under ADE SCHOOL CHOICE APPICATION.

You may print this application out and submit it to McCrory School District's Administration Office before June 1st.

If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact Barry Scott, Superintendent or Karen Broughton, Administrative Assistiant at 870-731-2535.

MHS Cheerleader Tryout Information

04/10/2014 9:58 am
04/25/2014 9:58 am

Cheerleader tryouts are this Saturday, April 12th beginning at 9:00 a.m.

The results will be posted HERE as soon as they are available.

Solicitation for Comment on Hazard Mitigation Grant Program

The McCrory Schools District began the process of creating a Grant Application for the HGMP (Hazard Mitigation Grant Program) on September 25, 2013 with a “Kick-Off” meeting involving The McCrory School District Superintendent, the Arkansas Federal Grants Coordinator and the team members from BOLDplanning, Inc. The goal of mitigation is to reduce the future impacts of a hazard including property damage, disruption to local and regional economics, and the amount of public and private funds spent to assist with recovery.

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