Keeping Your Child from Getting Sick

Although district health administrators have not seen any cases of Enterovirus D68 at LRSD schools, we wanted to make sure parents were aware of any symptoms for which they need to be alert.  We are sharing tips from the Arkansas Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control. 

Keep Your Child from Getting and Spreading Enterovirus D68

- Avoid close contact with sick people
- Wash your hands often
- Cover Your coughs and sneezes
- Avoid touching your face with unwashed hands
- Clean and disinfect surfaces
- Stay home when you’re sick

For more information, see www.cdc.gov/non-polio-enterovirus/EV68/

Revised LRSD Student Calendar for Make-up Days

Attention LRSD Parents:
 
We wanted to inform you of the district’s decision regarding make-up days due to the recent inclement weather.  A revised Student Calendar is attached here.
 
Additionally,  here are a few more important dates:
 
  • End of 3rd Quarter – April 3, 2015
  • Beginning of 4th Quarter – April 6, 2015
  • End of 4th Quarter – June 15, 2015

LRSD Adult Education FAQs

Published by jackbgarvey on Wed, 02/04/2015 - 16:09

LITTLE ROCK SCHOOL DISTRICT
ADULT EDUCATION
FAQs

 

Who may enroll?

Little Rock School District Adult Education Center

Published by jackbgarvey on Tue, 01/20/2015 - 11:47

En español

·      Improve your reading, math, and writing skills

·      GED Test Preparation

·      English as a Second Language

LRSD CFO Kelsey Bailey Honored as CFO of the Year Finalist

Colleagues of LRSD CFO Kelsey Bailey joined other well-wishers during his recognition as a finalist for CFO of the Year. Bailey was among an elite group of top financial managers honored by Arkansas Business Publishing Group recently  at the Embassy Suites Hotel. We're proud of you, Mr. Bailey. And, yes, You are Our CFO of the Year!!!!!

Click here to read Mr. Bailey's article published by Arkansas Business.

Dedicated Long-time Parkview Employee Honored By Former Student

Story contributed by Judith Murray, Parkview

He is considered a “Parkview treasure,” and can be seen in the school halls every day, always smiling, always greeting students and staff. He has worked for the district for 47 years – 42 of them for Parkview Arts/Science Magnet High School.

Mr. Otis Brown is often the subject of affection of the staff and students. Graduation speeches have been written about him – and Brown is considered by all who know him to be living proof that “attitude is everything.”

On October 24, Hezekiah Kilpatrick of the class of 1984 presented Brown with a plaque for his years of dedication and service. Thirty years after high school ended, the class of 1984 still has not forgotten Brown and the indelible mark he had made on their lives and their character.

Brown smiled as he received the glass etched award.

“Oh, for me? Oh, thank you. Thank you so much!” he exclaimed, clutching the award to his chest.

Brown began his career at Booker in 1967 before transferring to Parkview. 

And the Winners Are...

Congratulations to all of our National School Lunch Week Coloring Contest winners!

1st place (70 votes): Bhavana Sridharen, Williams Magnet Elementary

2nd place (33 votes): Savannah Jenkins, Williams Magnet Elementary

3rd place (29 votes): Siddharath Sridharen, Williams Magnet Elementary

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