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Carol Fleming Among the Top 1% of Speech Language Pathologists


Carol Burke Fleming, MS/CCC-SLP, has been recognized as a Fellow of the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA). This recognition is one of the highest honors the Association can bestow; it puts Fleming among the top .02% in her profession. In fact, she is one of only 14 Arkansans to receive this recognition. Her areas of distinction were:  clinical service in the area of Speech Language Pathology, service to ASHA, and service to and leadership positions in state Speech-Language- Hearing Associations. She is also a valued member of several local and national associations.

Jobs for Arkansas Graduates’ Score Big at National JAG Conference

Jobs for Arkansas Graduates’ Specialist, Sherrie Mays, Hall High School; Mary Jacobs, J. A.  Fair High School; and Gladys Godley, McClellan High School were honored for their commitment and dedication to their students at the 29th National JAG Training Conference in Orlando, Florida. 

LRSD's Nutrition Program Recognized for Helping Students Get Healthier Start

Several LRSD Schools were recently awarded cash prizes by the Midwest Diary Council for increasing participation in the ‘Breakfast in the Classroom’ program.  Woodruff Elementary was honored as a Silver Level Winner and the recipient of a $1,000 prize while Honor Roll Level Winners: Geyer Springs Elementary, Rockefeller Elementary, Wakefield Elementary and Stephens Elementary were awarded $250 each.  L

Pulaski Heights Kiwanis Club Honors 3 LRSD Students

The Kiwanis Club of Pulaski Heights awarded 3 LRSD Seniors with awards at its 8th Annual Tullio Jacuzzi Outstanding High School Seniors Awards Banquet. Each year the Kiwanis Club holds this event to recognize one senior from each of its traditional "neighborhood" parochial/public high schools.

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