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Veteran's Day Program

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Chrome Books for Upper Elementary

3rd Graders celebrate passing the "3rd Grade Reading Gateway"! 
100% Passed, Congratulations Teachers and Students

8th grade at Imagine the Possibilities Career Expo sponsored by Create Foundation and Toyota at Bancorp South

Choir visited Magnolia Place in New Albany to sing Christmas Carols!

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Chrome Books for Elementary

Girls won 1st in Division. Gracie Pipkin won 1st overall in Division. 

Boys won 2nd in Division. Jarvis Harris won 1st overall in Division.

T-Shirt Winners!!   Boys won 2nd in Division. Jarvis Harris won 1st overall in Division. 

Girls won 1st in Division. Gracie Pipkin won 1st overall in Division.

Chrome Books for Elementary

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High school students have One to One Chrime Books, thank you Mr. Briwning

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picture of softball team

Seniors signing the closet wall in Mrs. Little's room

Seniors working on Project for their final In Mrs. Little's Advanced Math Plus class.


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Back to School 2018

On August 2, 2018, Hickory Flat teachers and staff enjoyed a meet-and-greet breakfast to start off the new school year. There were many familiar faces and many new faces! One of those new faces is Mrs. Jane Hubbard, new Principal at Hickory Flat. We welcome her, along with Mrs. Amanda Ford as new Assistant Principal, Robert Merritt, returning part-time Assistant Principal, Mrs. Melissa Luna, bookeeper, and several other new faculty members. The first day for students was Monday, August 6. We hope 2018-2019 is the best school year yet for everyone at Hickory Flat School!
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Although we fully embrace our small town heritage, we intend to introduce our students to life beyond the borders of Benton County and provide an atmosphere in which students and faculty are challenged to perform at the highest levels of academic, athletic, and personal achievement. We will do what is necessary to provide a safe and educationally challenging learning environment in which students and faculty are challenged to meet and exceed 21st century goals and ensure all stakeholders reach their greatest potentials.