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August 18, 2014 - First Day of School

School Start and End Times

7:40am - 2:25pm

Booker Arts Magnet, Chicot, Fair Park ECC, Franklin, Fulbright,

Aligning Our Facilities Goals with Increased Academic Achievement Goals For Our Students

The Little Rock School Board will receive a study from Fanning-Howey, the architectural/engineering firm, hired by the district to create the district's Facilities Master Plan this Thursday, August 14, during a work session.  The work session will take place following the 5 p.m. board agenda meeting.

McClellan 9th Grade Early Start Program August 11th - 15th

Who: All McClellan High School Incoming 9th Graders

What: Your teachers have a wonderful transition program planned for you that includes getting-to-know you activities, team building activities, goal setting activities, and much more!

When: August 11 – 15, 2014 from 8:00 a.m. through 2:30 p.m.

Notice: Arkansas Opportunity Public School Choice Act

The application  period for Little Rock School District students who elect to participate in the Arkansas Opportunity Public School Choice Act for the 2014-15 school year ends Wednesday, July 30, 2014.   All completed applications should be delivered to 501 Sherman Street, Little Rock, AR, 72202.

If the applicant’s transfer is approved, he/she will be notified by first class mail within 30 days from the day the application is submitted.   If LRSD does not receive an application, the student will attend his/her assigned school. 

Please note: 

Attention Forest Heights STEM Academy Parents:

We are putting the finishing touches on the new website for FHSTA.  As we continue preparing to welcome our students and for an exciting new year, we will share information on the main website and on FHSTA’s website, once it is completed.  Meantime, following are school supply lists for the Academy:

Forest Heights STEM Academy 6-8 Supply List

“Spectrum” by Parkview High School Debuts on YouTube

The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus made a stop at Parkview Arts/Science Magnet High School, Tuesday, May 6, 2014, and spent the day on campus with students, providing them an interactive experience in writing, recording, and editing their own video on the mobile audio/video recording facility. The result is a soulful, uplifting song that captures “the beauty of life.” Click here to view the video on YouTube.
    
ABOUT THE JOHN LENNON EDUCATIONAL TOUR BUS
The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus is a non-profit, state-of-the-art mobile Pro Audio and HD video recording facility that provides hands-on experiences for students of all ages. In its 17th year of touring, the Lennon Bus features the latest audio and video technology, gear and products. The concept began as an offshoot of the John Lennon Songwriting Contest, which is dedicated to providing opportunities for both professional and amateur songwriters around the world. The Bus travels across the U.S. and Canada year-round, providing free tours and workshops at schools, retailers, festivals, on tours with headlining artists, and at major industry conferences. Lennon Bus Europe began providing these same opportunities to the young people of Europe when it launched in Liverpool, UK in May 2013. For more information please visit www.lennonbus.org.

16 LRSD Students Earn Qualifying Scores in the Duke TIP

Two LRSD students, Katherine Taylor (Pulaski Heights Middle) and Anna Rumpz (Mann Magnet Middle), were singled out for the highest level of the Duke Talent Identification Program (TIP), a program in which 7th graders are selected based on qualifying test scores test scores on the SAT or ACT college readiness exams. Taylor and Rumpz received Grand Recognition, State Recognition and were invited to attend the Center for Summer Studies. Two other students from Mann Magnet Middle School, Sally Kashala and Eric Williams, also qualified for the Center for Summer Studies and received State Recognition. Students who qualify for the Center for Summer Studies represent the highest-scoring students in Duke TIP’s 7th Grade Talent Search across all 16 states that participate in the program. The courses offered at the Center for Summer Studies are some of the most challenging and rigorous available to academically gifted students in the country.  

Another 12 students received State Recognition and/or invitations to attend the Academy for Summer Studies, which offers exceptional academic and social experience for those students who are among the top 5 percent of the academically talented students in their grade level.

Join us in congratulating the following students for their outstanding performance on the ACT or SAT college readiness exams as 7th graders!

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