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12 LRSD Schools Receive 32 OEP Awards for Academic Achievement

Two icons of awards from the University of Arkansas College of Education for Best test scores in LIteracy and MathThe Office of Education Policy (OEP) at the University of Arkansas recognized 12 LRSD schools with a combined total of 32 awards for top performance on the PARCC exams during the 2014-15 academic year.

Forest Park Elementary School won the top spot in every elementary achievement and performance category.
• Rank #1: State Top 20 Overall PARCC Achievement
• Rank #1: Central Region Overall PARCC Performance
• Rank #1: State Top 10 Elementary Schools PARCC Math Achievement
• Rank #1: Central Region Top 5 Elementary Schools PARCC Math performance
• Rank #1: State Top 10 Elementary Schools PARCC  Literacy Achievement
• Rank #1: Central Region Top 5 Elementary Schools PARCC Literacy performance

Don Roberts Elementary School was also recognized in every elementary achievement and performance category.
Rank #4: State Top 20 Overall PARCC Achievement
Rank #3: Central Region Overall PARCC Performance
Rank #5: State Top 10 Elementary Schools PARCC Math Achievement
Rank #4: Central Region Top 5 Elementary Schools PARCC Math performance
Rank #2: State Top 10 Elementary Schools PARCC  Literacy Achievement
Rank #2:  Central Region Top 5 Elementary Schools PARCC Literacy performance

Four additional LRSD elementary schools received OEP Awards.

Gibbs Magnet Elementary School was recognized for literacy achievement and performance.
Rank #4: State Top 10 Elementary Schools PARCC Literacy Achievement
Rank #4: Central Region Top 5 Elementary Schools PARCC Literacy performance 

Jefferson Elementary School was recognized for literacy achievement.
Rank #9: State Top 10 Elementary Schools PARCC  Literacy Achievement

Three LRSD elementary schools were recognized for “beating the odds” with top performances among “high poverty” elementary schools in the state and region.

Forest Heights STEM Academy was recognized in four categories.
Rank #3: State Top 10 “High Poverty” Overall PARCC Achievement
Rank #2: Central Region Top 5 “High Poverty” Overall PARCC Math
Rank #2: State Top 10 “High Poverty” PARCC Literacy Achievement
Rank #1: Central Region Top 5 “High Poverty” PARCC Literacy

Geyer Springs Gifted & Talented Academy was recognized in two categories.
Rank #8: State Top 10 “High Poverty” PARCC Literacy Achievement
Rank #2: Central Region Top 5 “High Poverty” PARCC Literacy Achievement

Terry Elementary was ranked #3 among  “High Poverty” elementary schools in Central Arkansas based on PARCC Math.

Otter Creek Elementary was ranked #4 among “High Poverty” elementary schools in Central Arkansas on PARCC Literacy.

Both Pulaski Heights Middle School and Mann Magnet Middle School received OEP Awards.

Pulaski Heights Middle School was ranked #4 in the central region for middle school literacy performance.

Mann Magnet Middle School was recognized in three “beating the odds” categories.
Rank #7: State Top 10 “High Poverty” PARCC Literacy Achievement
Rank #1: Central Region Top 5 “High Poverty” PARCC Literacy Achievement
Rank #1: Central Region Top 5 “High Poverty” PARCC Math Achievement

Two LRSD high schools received OEP Awards.

Parkview Magnet High School was recognized in three achievement categories.
Rank #5: State Top 10 Overall PARCC Achievement
Rank #7: State Top 10 PARCC Literacy Achievement
Rank #1: Central Region Top 5 PARCC Literacy Performance

J.A. Fair High School was recognized for high achievement among high poverty schools in for math and literacy.
Rank #4: Central Region Top 5 “High Poverty” PARCC Math
Rank #4: Central Region Top 5 “High Poverty” PARCC Literacy

Important Announcement Regarding Transfer With No Transportation (TNT)

Please be reminded our TNT (Transfer with No Transportation) application process will begin Monday, June 13, through Friday, June 17 at the LRSD Student Registration Office, located at 501 Sherman Street from 8:00-5:00.  Families will be notified July 1, 2016.

TNTs will be decided on a first-come, first- served basis, as well as seat availability. 

 

McClellan Football Field Temporarily Closed for Renovations

Temporary closing of football field graphicJune 7, 2016—In preparation for another winning football season, the Little Rock School District will conduct major renovations this summer on the football field at McClellan High School. This will include upgrades to the fence, field, and press box. When this extensive project begins, the field will be closed for public use until further notice. Please be patient with us as we work to improve our facilities to better serve the needs of students. Thank you for your support.

23 Dunbar Spanish Students Shine on National Spanish Exams

Picture of 23 world language students in front of Dunbar Middle SchoolCongratulations to the 23 world language students from Dunbar Middle School who attained national recognition for excellent performance on the 2016 National Spanish Examinations.

Information from Arkansas Department of Education Regarding LRSD Community Advisory Board

Please read the information in the following attachments from the Arkansas Department of Education regarding estabishing a Little Rock School District Community Advisory Board.  This information is in English and Spanish.

Little Rock School District Community Advisory Board

Little Rock School District Community Advisory Board Spanish

Information from Arkansas Department of Education Regarding Public Education Stakeholder Group

Please read the information in the following attachments from the Arkansas Department of Education regarding estabishing a Little Rock area Public Education Stakeholder Group.  This information is in English and Spanish.

Little Rock Area Public Education Stakeholder Group

Little Rock Area Public Education Stakeholder Group - Spanish

Athletes from 2 Schools Recognized as Athletes of the Month for May

Picture of Parkview Track Star Jada BaylarkMay 8, 2016— Parkview Track Star Jada Baylark and the Hall High Boys Soccer team were all named Athletes of the Month for May. Jada was named after winning first place in six events at the 5A State Track Tournament qualifying her to compete at the Meet of Champs; she won the 4x1, long jump,  triple jump, the 100 and 200 meter dash, 100 meter hurdle events and also received high points recognition.

LRSD 2016 Middle School Summer School Session Announced (Grades 6-8)

Middle School Summer School Location
Mabelvale Middle School, 10811 Mabelvale West
Hamilton middle school students will also attend at Mabelvale.

DATES
June 15 - July 13, 2016
July 4 (Monday) - Holiday                                                   

(One subject)    7:30 a.m. - 12:10 p.m.
(Two subjects)  7:30 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.

REGISTRATION
June 10, 2016 7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
June 13, 2016 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

REGISTRATION FOR OUT OF DISTRICT STUDENTS
$100.00 OUT OF DISTRICT FEE , PLUS TUITION
June14, 2016           7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

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