January 2020

Left to right - Peyton Spratley, Halie Burgess, Clayton Williams, Ashleigh Johnson

Left to right - Keiran Griffin, Remington Hulse, Dakota Boyd


These students earned their Career Readiness Certificate by passing three tests on the ACT WorkKeys curriculum! Congratulations.

Sloan-Hendrix student, Chase Malin, receives his Silver certificate in welding from the TOPSS program at BRTC.

Congratulations to the Sloan-Hendrix 6th grade boys basketball team - Maynard Tournament Champions


Perfect Attendance

1st Semester


Lawrence County Spelling Bee

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Archery Tournament

The Sloan-Hendrix archery teams participated in an archery tournament at Maynard on Saturday, January 11. The Senior team placed third. Members of the team include Garrison Baker, Rocky Chappell, Lucia Dial, Billy Duncan, Brian Hill, Wyatt McCall, Kenzie Sanders, Zach Smith, and Dacoda Tanner.

Students on the Junior High team are Gavin Blankenship, Kersee Brewer, Serenity Dail, Wilson Dean, Ella Dulgar, Savannah Holland, Laney Horton, Lauren Jones, Christian Meeker, Peyton Rice, Karson Roark, Braxton Wall, Aiden Walton, and Dakota Weaver.

Tournament Champs

On Saturday afternoon, January 11, the Sloan-Hendrix Junior Greyhounds won the Hillcrest Junior High Tournament beating Salem in overtime, 46-43. This is the second tournament win this season for the Junior Greyhounds.

Jr. Greyhounds Team Photo

kneeling: River Womack, Karson Roark, Joel Hoffman, Cole Walker, Dalton Cooper, Logan Hill, Corey Dail

standing: Anthony Holland, Ethan Pickett, Cade Marshall, Harper Rorex, Kyle Morse, Luke Murphy, Cade Grisham, Ethan Lee, Braden Cox, Coach Daniel Bates

Hoisting the trophy at Hillcrest  Tourney.

Hoisting the first place trophy. Way to go Greyhounds!

Sloan-Hendrix Archer Shoots a "Robin Hood".

Savannah Holland from the Sloan-Hendrix Archery Team shot an arrow with another arrow from a distance of 33 feet during practice on Tuesday, January 7. This is referred to as a "Robin Hood" in archery circles. The term refers to same event occuring to the folklore hero during his famous shootout. It was really impressive and not something that occurs very often. The odds of splitting a modern arrow with another arrow are 1-in-3,000.