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Nemo Vista Lil’ Hawks Basketball Camp

Whether your child is passionate about a Basketball or just likes to play on a team, sports camps are the best way to get ready for a new season! The kids will practice the basic skills and drills of basketball.

Camp Dates: Entering Grades 4 th -6 th , July 17-19, 8:30-11:30 AM

Entering Grades K-3 rd , July 17-19, 5:30-7:00 PM

Where: Nemo Vista High School Gym

Camp Directors: Kyle Payne, Drew Blocker, Mark Andrews, Tresa Virden Click the "read more" for printable forms.

Cost: $35, which includes T-shirt and Basketball. The forms are posted and can be filled out and printed. 

Click Here for Registration.















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According to the National Education Association (NEA), parents must be actively involved in order to ensure a child’s success in school. Studies have indicated that a child’s educational experience is enhanced when a parental figure is involved. 

(District) Nemo Vista Parent Involvement Plan (ADE) 2015-2016

Nemo Vista Elementary Parent Involvement Plan  (ADE) 2015-2016

Nemo Vista Middle School Parent Involvement Plan (ADE) 2015-2016

Nemo Vista High School Parent Involvement Plan (ADE) 2015-2016

(District) Nemo Vista Parent Involvement Plan (as reviewed by the ADE) 2014-2015

(District) Nemo Vista Parent Involvement Plan (as reviewed by the ADE) 2013-2014


Nemo Vista School District Parent/Community Involvement Policy 2015-2016

Title I Parent Involvement Plan 2015-2016- Elementary

Parent Involvement Plan 2015-2016- Middle School

Parent Involvement Plan 2015-2016- High School



Title I Parent Involvement Plan 2014-2015- Elementary

Parent Involvement Plan 2014-2015- Middle School

Parent Involvement Plan 2014-2015- High School


Title 1 Parent Involvement Plan 2013-2014- Elementary 

 Parent Involvement Plan 2013-14- Middle School

 Parent Involvement Plan 2013-14- High School




Act 603 Of the Arkansas General Assembly


Here are a few of the research findings dealing with parental involvement:

---When parents are involved in their child’s education at home, children do better in school.

---Children go farther in school when their parents are involved in school.

---A home environment that supports learning is more important to student success than income, education level or cultural background.

---The sooner the parental involvement starts, the more powerful the effects.

---Some of the results of parental involvement include student achievement, reduced absenteeism and improved behavior.

What can parents do to get involved?

---Read to or with your children. Join or start a book club with your teen.

---Check homework every day.

---Stay in contact with your child’s teachers.

---Become involved in the school’s parent organization.

---Advocate for better educational support throughout your community.


For more information on student success, please check the NEA Web site: 




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