Fountain Lake School District

Supporting Every Student Everyday For Success!

Upcoming Events

Special Board Meeting
Date: 4/24/2017, 8:30 AM 10 AM
Location: Administration Board Room
7th and 8th Grade Spring Concert
Date: 4/27/2017, 6:30 PM 8 PM
Location: Auditorium
9th-12th Grade Spring Concert
Date: 4/27/2017, 6:30 PM 8 PM
Location: Auditorium
Senior Recognition Dinner
Date: 5/8/2017, 6 PM 8 PM
Location: Safe Room A
5th and 6th grade present "World of Music"
Date: 5/9/2017, 6:30 PM 8 PM
Location: Auditorium
High School Graduation
Date: 5/12/2017
Date: 5/12/2017, 7 PM 9 PM
Location: Bank of the Ozarks Arena
Youth Football Camp
Date: 5/23/2017, 3:30 PM 5:30 PM
Location: Fountain Lake Football Field
Youth Football Camp
Date: 5/24/2017, 3:30 PM 5:30 PM
Location: Fountain Lake Football Field
Youth Football Camp
Date: 5/25/2017, 3:30 PM 5:30 PM
Location: Fountain Lake Football Field
End of 4th 9 Weeks
Date: 5/26/2017, 8 AM 3:30 PM
Last day of School
Date: 5/26/2017, 8 AM 3:30 PM
Memorial Day
Date: 5/29/2017, 8 AM 3:30 PM
Cobra Football Legacy Scholarship Dinner & Tribute
Date: 6/16/2017, 6 PM 8 PM
Location: Safe Room A

News and Announcements

2017 Youth Football Camp

2017 Youth Football Camp
May 23rd-25th
Grades 3rd-6th
Fountain Lake Football Field
Equipment Needed: Shorts, T-shirt, Socks, Running Shoes or Football Cleats

Cost-$40 per camper & $20 per sibling

*Parents must fill out and turn in consent form*

Camp Director: Josh Wesson and Shane Taylor

If you have any questions please contact or

Cobra Football Legacy Scholarship Dinner & Tribute

The 2016-17 school year marks the 40th year of Cobra Senior Football. To celebrate this milestone of Cobra Pride, the Fountain Lake Alumni Association is sponsoring this event for our community and athletic fraternity of former players to gather for fellowship and to celebrate the contributions of football to our school and community as part of the All Class Reunion weekend. Special guest speakers include former Coach Jerry Clay and Coach Tommy Gilleran. This will also give us an opportunity to say good-bye to Coach Gilleran and to greet Coach J.D. Plumlee. 200 seats will be avalible! When they are gone, they are gone. Dinner will be included in the ticket price.

$20 each 2 for $35. All proceeds go to the FLAA Scholarship Fund.
Contact Mary Sargo for Additional event information at

Aspiring Teachers

High School students, Alissa Lambert, Izabel Tillery, whom are aspiring teachers had the opportunity to accompany High School Teacher, Ms. Dana Smith, to a professional development course at Henderson University for pre-service teachers on Wednesday, March 8th. While there all three ladies were able to capture a picture with the dynamic presenter, Tyler Tarver whom is an educator himself.

High School Students visit the Central High School

On February 28, several classes visited Central High School in Little Rock, AR. Mrs. Bloomquist's Child Development class, Mr. Rountree's Civics class, and Ms. Smith's Orientation to Teaching classes toured Central High School which was featured in national news in 1957 with the segregation of 9 black students, known as the Little Rock 9, into an all white school.

Band News

Congratulations to the Cobra Band on earning straight Superior ratings and a Superior in sight reading.
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN???? This means the band has earned the Arkansas Sweepstakes Band Award for the second year in a row!
High Five a Band Member!

The Importance of PLAY

On Friday, March 3, 2017 Mrs. Carrie Bloomquist , High School Parenting Teacher, and Coach Sandy Lively, Elementary Physical Education Teacher, joined forces to extend on Mrs. Bloomquist's class lesson "The Importance of Play." For the day several 10th - 12th grade students partnered with Kindergarten and 1st grade classes to exercise, dance, and play ball.

Middle School Students attend Discovery of Excellence

Thursday March 9th, Middle School Teacher, Mrs. Gigi Bird, and three 6th grade students were invited to the "Discovering Excellence in Arkansas", event that took place at the Museum of Discovery. The event focused on students having the ability to talk to industrial scientists from seven business regions relating to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The three female students that were selected to go each submitted an application, an essay, and were recommended by a teacher prior to being eligible for the event. At the event the students had the opportunity to participate in seven different stations where they had hands-on activities and competitions. A huge shout out to Molex who sponsored the event.

The NED Show visits Fountain Lake Elementary

On Friday, March 10, 2017 students with the Fountain Lake Elementary had the excitement of participating in one of America's most popular school Assemblies "The NED Show". The assembly is based on a lovable cartoon character "NED", designed to give students life long tools to become Champions in school and in life. It also promotes an easy to remember message "Never give up, Encourage others and Do your best."

Pictured is third grade student Issac Hart and NED Show Performer Nate Richey

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Superintendent's Message

Welcome to Fountain Lake School District and our website. It is truly an honor and a privilege to serve as Superintendent of the Fountain Lake School District. I am very proud of the work we do here and I think the job of educating children is one of the most important jobs in the world. I believe in the extraordinary potential of all our 1,300 + students and we are committed to meeting their individual needs. Our work together requires teamwork, dedication and collaboration. That collaboration extends beyond our school district, staff and students into the entire community. With that in mind, the district recently held a two day strategic planning session to update our vision and mission for the Fountain Lake School District. Our strategic planning team consisted of parents, board members, teachers, non-certified staff and administrators. I am very proud of the work this group accomplished.

Vision Statement
Fountain Lake School District joins with our community to inspire, motivate, and prepare every student to be a confident, productive, knowledgeable, and goal-oriented citizen.

Mission Statement
“Supporting Every Student Every Day for Success”

All future goals and decisions will tie directly back to our vision and mission statements.

Fountain Lake Charter High School will join the Fountain Lake Middle School Digital Prep Academy as a conversion charter school. The conversion charter approach allows us to provide each student with a Personalized Success Plan for a truly individualized learning experience.

Fountain Lake Charter High School will be embedding employability skills into the curriculum and instruction which will allow students to earn college hours and industry certification, or both. In addition to the college preparation, students will experience work-based learning that leads to life-long earning potential, future workforce development and economic benefits.

The Fountain Lake Middle School Digital Prep Academy is in its second year as a fully functioning conversion charter school. Through project based learning and leadership skills, our middle school students are provided with the tools needed for high school, college, and career success. The middle school curriculum continues to grow, offering classes like Design and Modeling; Automation and Robotics; the Science of Technology and Green Architecture, just to name a few.

We continue to realize the foundation to a great education begins in the early years. That is why we, as a district, invest heavily in our Pre-K program. We offer Pre-K to our district patrons at a highly-reduced rate to ensure their attendance and to lay the foundation for a quality education. Our Elementary School was awarded another 21st Century Learning grant that will allow us to continue our FACES (Faculty and Community Enriching Students) after-school program. The FACES program is a very successful program that helps students meet academic goals while enjoying enrichment programs.

A school district is only as strong as its relationships with parents and community. We are fortunate to have a community and a School Board that strongly support the Fountain Lake School District. I know that we may face challenges over the years, but we see those challenges as opportunities. We are willing to accept and embrace them. We may not be perfect and even disagree at times. But know this: our children are always our first and foremost priority.

Please visit our beautiful campus, attend a musical or theatrical performance, or cheer on one of our many athletic teams. We hope to provide you with a reason to be part of our family. Please take time to discover who we are. If you have a question or just want to share comments, please do not hesitate to contact me.

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Cobra Pride Character Word of the month is:

  • Continued effort to do or achieve something despite difficulties, failure, or opposition.
  • Steadfastness
  • The action or condition of persevering

"Perseverance is the hard work you do after you get tired of doing the hard work you already did."