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Thank You for Sharing Your Input on LRSD's Financial Future

Due to a loss in desegregation funds as part of the settlement agreement reached in 2014, LRSD will face a $37 million cut in revenue, annually, beginning in 2017-18.  Our goal is to determine the best way to handle this significant reduction in revenue while, at the same time prioritizing resources for the academic improvement of our students and provide for the financial stability of the district’s future.

A Grand Celebration for LRSD Grandparents

LRSD is fortunate to have great support among its stakeholder groups, including fantastic grandparents!  To celebrate their involvement in the education of their grandchildren, the district hosts an annual Grandparents Day Facebook Sweepstakes contest. Grandparents are encouraged to visit their grandchildren's school - usually during the national observance known as Grandparents Day, take a photo with the student and upload that photo to LRSD's Facebook page.

Flu Clinics Week of October 10 - 15

Flu Clinics this week are being held on the following Days 

Mon:  Carver & Mann

Tues:  Mabelvale Elementary, Mabelvale Middle

Weds:  Roberts and PInnacle View

Friday Administration Building

See the schedule below for the exact times and dates for the Flu Clinics.  Students will receive a Flu Vaccine injection on the day of the school vaccine clinic if the parents have signed the two consent forms available in the school office: LRSD FERPA consent form and the Arkansas Department of Health/ Center for Disease Control vaccine consent form.

Click on this link to see a complete Flu Clinic Schedule

LRSD Flu Consent Form - English / Español

Arkansas Department of Health Consent Form English / Spanish

Mateo Named Top 4 Semifinalist in Arkansas Teacher of the Year

September 28, 2016—Today, Emma Mateo, 2016 Marian G. Lacey Educator of the Year, made the top four cut as a semifinalist in the 2016 Arkansas Teacher of the Year competition. Mateo was a special education teacher at Otter Creek Elementary School when she won the top honor for LRSD. She now works at the new west Little Rock middle school, Pinnacle View, where she serves as a member of the school’s leadership team and chairs the School Based Intervention Team in addition to her regular duties supporting the school’s English and math teachers in educating exceptional children. Governor Asa Hutchinson and Arkansas Department of Education Commissioner Johnny Key recognized Mateo as both a regional finalist and statewide semifinalist in a special ceremony in the Old Supreme Court room at the Capitol.

"Building a Better Me" Leadership Training

September 23, 2016 - LRSD students from Stephens and Mabelvale elementary schools participated in a student leadership academy, "Building a Better Me," designed to help them develop skills to be successful at school and in their respective communities. The event is the first in a series of student leadership academies the district is planning for the 2016-2017 school year. Students had the opportunity to learn about four leadership styles through guest speakers and group activities: integrity, character, performance, service and passion.  Guest speakers included: Superintendent Mike Poore, Sidney Moncrief, Dr. Julian Murray, Joseph Booker, Miguel Fuentevilla, Raven Richards and Kevin Hunt, Sr.

McClellan Homecoming Changed to Oct. 14

The McClellan High School Homecoming has been changed from the Friday, September 30 game against Mills, the annual Marshmallow Bowl, to the Friday, October 14 game against Beebe.

Governor's All-Region & All-State Coding Competitions Announced at Hall

September 16, 2016—  Governor Asa Hutchinson announced the inaugural Governor's All-Region and All-State Coding Competition to an auditorium full of 11th grade students at Hall High School. Eight regional competitions will occur simultaneously across the state on Monday, November 7. Winners of the regional competitions will then compete at the state level for scholarships. Schools are permitted a specific number of teams based on enrollment and students compete in teams of three. Verizon is the sponsor for the prizes at the All-State Coding Competition.

1st Place: $2000/team member
2nd Place: $1500/team member
3rd Place: $500/team member

The 1st place team’s school will win a classroom set of iPads valued at $20,000. 


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