Ready For Learning Page

Return To School Overview

Dear Buckaroos,

First and foremost, parents/guardians are a vital part of our team and helping us make our re-entry process as seamless as possible. Many of the expectations being presented in this document are in the best interest of all involved and ensure our schools are doing everything possible to maintain the most health conscious environment we can for our students and staff. Although there are many differing views on the wearing of masks, it is documented that the wearing of a mask minimizes the amount of students and staff being sent home after a confirmed case if masks were worn around the individual carrying the virus. We ask that you please keep your student home if you have any concerns, signs, or symptoms your child could be ill. Please consult a physician if you have concerns before your child returns to school. Lastly, we hope that this document provides insight and guidance for our students, parent/guardians, and community. SNSD is looking at this situation as an opportunity for us to come together and ensure our Buckaroos get the best education despite adversity! We look forward to a great school year!

Go Bucks!!

This information could change as new information is being updated and sent to school districts daily.


Side By side Update for April 9, 2021

Side by Side Updated April 9, 2021.pdf
District_Support Plan_2020_2021_R4L_Revised_1_2021.pdf

Ready for Learning Plan (Updated Jan. 14th 2021)

At Home Learning In the Event of Mandatory Closing


Instructional Expectations and Logistics

Upon the issuance of a directive from the Governor or the Department of Health, in-school instruction will be canceled and all students will engage remotely in classroom instruction using online resources including Google Classroom, Khan Academy, and other digital content as determined by the classroom teacher. Students will be expected to complete and submit assignments remotely. Grades will be assigned based on demonstrated mastery of assignments as well as the level of student engagement in virtual classroom instruction.

At the beginning of the school year, classroom teachers will develop 3-5 days of “bridge” assignments which will be able to be accessed through Google classroom in case a shift must be made to At Home Instruction. Teachers will also be conducting lessons on how to operate their devices weekly, in order to prepare for a possible virtual model of instruction.



Wifi Access Locations


  • Wifi can be utilized at the following locations:

        1. Smackover Elementary parking lot

        2. Smackover High parking lot

        3. Norphlet Middle parking lot

        4. Norphlet Prek parking lot

      • Please stay in your vehicle while using wifi on school grounds

  • WiFi access locations and addresses.

    • Mt. Holly

        1. Old Mt. Holly Schools parking lots

        2. Midway Baptist Church (9595 Magnolia Hwy.)

    • Lisbon

        1. Lisbon United Methodist Church (5870 Lisbon Rd.)

    • Calion

        1. Calion City Hall (300 Mill St.)

    • Louann

        1. Louann Baptist Church (104 South Pine St.)

Days and times coming soon!

Meal Service Locations


  • Pick up options

      1. Smackover Cafeteria

      2. Norphlet Ball Park


  • Delivery locations and addresses:

    • Mt. Holly

        1. Old Mt. Holly Schools parking lots

        2. Midway Baptist Church (9595 Magnolia Hwy.)

    • Lisbon

        1. Lisbon United Methodist Church (5870 Lisbon Rd.)

    • Calion

        1. Calion City Hall (300 Mill St.)

    • Louann

        1. Louann Baptist Church (104 South Pine St.)


Days and times coming soon!



FAQ's (consistently updated)

FAQ's 1

FAQ's 2

FAQ's 3

FAQ's 4

FAQ's 5

FAQ's 6

The Smackover-Norphlet School District is no longer taking FAQ submitions at this time.

Ready For Learning Logistics Plan

This plan provides more details regarding logistics, instruction, waivers, etc. for the 2020-2021 school year.

Logistics District_Support Plan_2020_2021_B.pdf

Ready for Learning Plan - Logistics

Important information, articles and guidance regarding Covid 19 and schools


Governor Asa Hutchinson

"If we want football, high school football, high school sports this year and, beyond that, in college," he said, "we need to concentrate on this mask now. There's a connection between the two. We wear our masks, we reduce the cases, we reduce the growth, we stop the spread of the virus. And that puts us in a better position to have some type of team sports this fall."

~Governor Asa Hutchinson