Denise Flores, SWMS

To me being part of the Searcy Public Schools menas being part of a family where we all take care of each other.

As a math teacher, I am passionate about empowering my students to conquer what is sometimes an intimidating subject. It is rewarding to see them learning to believe in themselves and their abilities. It makes me proud to belong to a school district that shares my values.

I am not a Searcy native, but I found a home in the Searcy School District.

Katoya Clemons

Katoya Clemons

I choose to work for Searcy School District because it is home! I am from here, graduated and have children in the district. I get to work and see familiar faces that were here when I went through these very same doors. Searcy has always been like family so when the opportunity arrived for me to apply, I went for it. During that time I was employed at another school district, so being in a familiar place is comforting. I get to work with a group of people who are like family.

Robert Mayes, SHS

After graduating from Searcy High School and then attending Harding University, I was able to keep some ties to the school/district. During my final year in college I was given the opportunity to come back to do my student teaching and during that time, I was able to interview and accept a position to join the faculty. Having been taught by many that were still here, I felt that it would be like coming back to a friendly environment, like coming back home. I wasn’t disappointed, I was welcomed into the family of faculty here and that is something that still continues to this day.

Searcy School District is comprised of six campuses (McRae Elementary School, Sidney Deener Elementary School, Westside Elementary School, Southwest Middle School, Ahlf Junior High School, and Searcy High School. The district employs approximately 500 licensed and classified staff members.

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Non-Discriminatory Policy

The Searcy Public School District is in compliance with the regulations as outlined in Title VI of 1964, Title IX of 1972, and Section 504 or Rehabilitation Act of 1973.

It is the policy of the Searcy Public School District to provide equal opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, qualified disability, or veteran status in its educational programs and activities. This includes, but is not limited to, admissions, educational services, and employment. Inquiries concerning application of this policy may be referred to:

Equity Coordinator: Dr. Caroline Nail-cnail@searcyschools.org

801 North Elm Street

Searcy, Arkansas 72143