News & Announcements

Summer Feeding Program for MTSD

Marked Tree School District will host a summer feeding program for ages 0-18.  Students do not have to be a student in the district to attend.  These dates are as follows:
June 10-13
June 17-20
July 8-11
July 15-18
We will run a bus through our town routes starting at 11:00 on these dates. Lunch will be served from 11:30-12:00 and students will be brought back to their bus stop.
***Students who have not completed Kindergarten must be accompanied by an adult.***
For questions, please call Matt Wright at (870) 358-2913.

Marked Tree Enrollment Form and Checklist

For your convienance, we have added an enrollment form and a checklist that we will need upon entrance to our school.  We will gladly give you one when you arrive, but feel free to access this link. Marked Tree Schcool District Enrollment Form and Checklist

Marked Tree School District Calendar for 2019-2020 Released!

The Marked Tree School Board voted at their monthly meeting in February to approve the calendar created by the faculty.  The 2019-2020 School Calendar can be accessed by clicking on the link below. MTSD 19-20 Calendar Option A

Learn how you can help kids read!

Dear Community Stakeholder, Since becoming the superintendent of Marked Tree School District, I, along with other leaders and teachers in the district, have increased our efforts to improve grade-level reading abilities in our school.  Our principals, teachers, and students bought into the vision that was established…creating a community of readers. While there have been many initiatives that we hope will propel this vision forward, we are facing an obstacle.  Summertime is quickly approaching and we are working to create opportunities for our students to keep becoming better readers.  However, many of our students don’t have access to quality reading materials.  Did you know that students who live in poverty have three books per 100 students? We are working to overcome this terrible statistic. The Marked Tree Rotary Club is partnering with our district to create a book fair for our students.  By using donated books that have been lightly used, we are hoping to be able to give each student in our elementary books to take home that they can read over the summer. If your organization would be willing to help, we would love to receive your donation of books at Marked Tree School District, Unico Bank, First Baptist Church, or ERitter before April 11th. The most life changing gift you can give someone is the ability to read.  It is my sincere hope that your organization will do just that.

Buy a Yearbook

Application for transfer to a nonresident district

Application for transfer to a nonresident district

New HAC address for Elem. Parents

18-19 Student Handbook

18-19 Student Handbook

2018-2019 School Calendar

EZSchool Pay Lunch- Parents How to Guide

EZSchool Pay-Parents How to Guide

Current Job Opportunities


  • High School Math-  Interested applicants should email Annesa Thompson, high school principal, at or Matt Wright, Superintendent, at
  • We have one janitorial position that is open.  Interested applicants should email or call (870) 358-2913.

MTSD Teacher of the Year Nomination

Procedure for selection of the Arkansas Teacher of the Year Candidate:

  1. Nominations will be accepted from teachers, parents and principals. All nominations should be submitted in narrative form.
  2. Nominations should be turned into the Superintendent's office by April 1, 2019.
  3. The deadline for selection will be May April 10th.
  4. The final selection will be made by a committee appointed by the superintendent. The committee will  consist of two administrators, two parents, one school board member, and a central office administrator.
  5. The committee shall determine the Teacher of the Year candidate by a vote of the committee members. (The central office administrator will vote only in case of a tie).
  6. The Teacher of the Year candidate will be responsible for submitting the completed application to the Arkansas Teacher of the Year Program.
  7. Please provide examples of the following:
  • an exceptionally dedicated, knowledgeable and skilled teacher, grades k-12 who is planning to continue in an active teaching role;
  • a teacher who inspires students of all backgrounds and abilities to learn;
  • a teacher who has the respect and admiration of students, parents and colleagues;
  • a teacher who plays an active and useful role in the community as well as in the school district;
  • a teacher with a positive attitude towards the students, staff, community as well as the teaching profession.

Click here for the application for MTSD Teacher of the Year Candidate Recommendation

New health immunization requirements

The Arkansas State Board of health has once again changed the rules and regulations pertaining to the immunization requirements to attend schools in Arkansas. Our local health department has ordered extra immunizations to insure that our students will receive their immunizations before returning to school in August of 2014. Please check with our local health department to see if your child needs further shots. Our health department in Marked Tree will have immunization clinics on the following days: Friday, May 16th       8:00-4:30                                                                                                           Monday, June 9th      8:00-5:30                                                                                                           Monday, July 28th      8:00-4:30                                                                                                           Friday, August 15th    8:00-4:30 They will do them on other days as walk-ins or if parents call and request an appointment.                Health Department  870-358-3615    

Arkansas Public School Choice Act *2015

Marked Tree School District participates in the Arkansas Public School Choice Act of 2015. The Act allows parents to apply for admission for their child to attend a school in any district beyond the one in which the parent resides. The law established a numerical net maximum limit on school choice transfers each school year from a school district, less any school choice transfers into the school district, under this section of not more than three percent (3%) of the school district’s three-quarter average daily membership for the immediately preceding school year. If a student seeks to attend a school in a nonresident district, the student’s parent shall submit an application to the nonresident district. The application must be on a form approved by the Arkansas Department of Education. The application must be postmarked no later than May 1 of the year in which the pupil would begin the fall semester at the nonresident district. The School Choice Act does not require a school district to add teachers, staff, or classrooms, or in any way to exceed the requirements and standards established by existing law. Any parent residing outside the Marked Tree School District that desires to send their child to the Marked Tree School District beginning with the 2015-16 school year may obtain an application in the superintendent’s office located at 406 St. Francis Street. Applications do not have to be resubmitted for students currently attending Marked Tree Schools under the School Choice Act. This notice is prepared in accordance with the Arkansas Public School Choice Act of 2015.