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COVID-19 Updates

10 days ago

  • Important Update 3/19/20:  Per the Governor's press conference this afternoon, K-12 in-person instruction is suspended through April 17th.  This means the first day we could be back in session in our buildings is Monday, April 20th.  Digital instruction for our teachers and our students will continue beginning again on March 30 and continuing through April 17.   Refer to the district website (COVID-19 Information > COVID-19 Digital Learning) for the requirements by grade.  We will keep you updated as we learn more.   

  • Friday is a no-school day for students.  Spring Break is March 23-27.   

  • We will have a plan for students who do not have internet connectivity.

  • The district will be providing meals for children at ten different sites throughout the community. See the meal flyer for more information.  

  • Elementary Parent-Teacher conferences have been postponed.  HS CAP Conferences will be conducted virtually. More information is available on the HS website.
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Please continue to check the website and social media for updates.



SSSD and Siloam Springs Community
Siloam Springs is located in one of the fastest growing regions in the United States. It is in Northwest Arkansas, covers approximately 12 square miles, and is home to approximately 15,000 people.

Recent Recognition:
· Named one of the Top Twenty Best Small Towns in America by Smithsonian Magazine in 2012
· Featured in Parade Magazine as having one of the top 4 Main Streets in the Country(with over 2,000 nominated) in 2014
· Named one of the 10 Most Beautiful Towns in Arkansas in 2015.

Siloam Springs is home to John Brown University, rated as number one among Regional Colleges in the South by U.S. News and World Report. The Siloam Springs School District and John Brown University have a long-standing partnership and have entered into a collaborative partnership dedicated to the simultaneous redesign of teacher education and renewal of K-12 teacher education through the development of the Professional Development School.

Many major industries located in Siloam Springs include Simmons Foods, Alternative Design, Cobb-Vantress, La-Z-Boy, McKee Foods, Pipe Life-JetStream, DaySpring Cards, and Gates Rubber.

Siloam Springs is also located close to the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, the Northwest Arkansas Community College in Bentonville, Northwest Technical Institute in Springdale and Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

The Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport (XNA) is only thirty minutes from Siloam Springs.

The school district contains six campuses with a total enrollment of approximately 4,100 students.

The Siloam Springs High School Scholarship Program is a nationally recognized program. Last year, over $600,000 in local scholarship money was awarded to 185 high school seniors, with 100% of students who applied for local scholarships receiving financial assistance. Over $11 million dollars has been awarded in local money over the thirty-eight year history of the program.

The district has a very active Adopt-A-School program at all levels with over 77 participants from local businesses and civic organizations. Our facilities are open to the City Parks and Recreation Department and the local Boys and Girls Club.

With tremendous support from the community, the Siloam Springs School District has made its mission "Changing lives through educational excellence." Siloam Springs School District’s vision is: "To ensure student success, the Siloam Springs School District utilizes innovative approaches, partnerships, and resources to meet the individual needs of every student."

This mission and vision is apparent all the way through the District, beginning with a state-recognized, Better Beginnings pre-k, and concluding in a newly-built, award-winning high school. Community members volunteer time, hard work, and financial support to help build a great school system at every grade level.