"We Believe in Bale!"
Bale Elementary is named for Hardin Bale, who served as a school Board member from 1932-41. Mr. Bale was a well-known Little Rock businessman and civic leader; in 1912 he formed the Shoemaker-Bale Company, which was a Ford dealership. In 1948, the business evolved into Bale Chevrolet Company. The West Little Rock dealership is still operated by members of the Bale family.
Bale Elementary School encourages students to make good choices and exhibit strong character traits by having high expectations for everyone on campus. Bale Elementary uses the AR State Standards to prepare each student to be college and career ready in math, literacy and science.
Our school mascot is the BOBCATS, which stands for: Believing Our Boys and girls Can Achieve Tremendous Success!
Our School Mission: At Bale Elementary, we are committed to providing a safe, creative, and challenging learning environment which empowers the academic, emotional, and social growth of all learners. We will prepare our 21st Century learners for college and career options by building effective relationships, engaging in a relevant and rigorous curriculum, and reflecting on our practices daily.
Bale School Creed:
I am Respectful
I am On task
I am Ambitious
I am Responsible
I am a ROARing Bale BOBCAT!!!
These are just a few of the special program available to the students of Bale:
- Accelerated Reader Program - Accelerated Reader is a computer based program which provides incentives and motivation for students and encourages reading for comprehension and enjoyment.
- 21st Century Bale Elementary After School Program - Our after school program offers a rich curriculum designed to enhance student achievement and provides enrichment activities. Students attend four days a week following the school day.
- Navy or Khaki pants, shorts, skirts, skorts, or jumpers *New this year: STUDENTS MAY WEAR JEANS EVERYDAY(with no rips or tears) AND A BALE T-SHIRT.
- White, light blue, gray, or navy blue solid color shirts ONLY, or a Bale spirit shirt
- Students are to wear socks daily. Open toed shoes, sandals, flip-flops, skate shoes, or soft bottomed shoes are not allowed within the LRSD.
- No short shorts, No miniskirts, No jeggings, leggings, or spandex unless with a skirt.
- Virtual students must wear shirts and pants.
- Virtual students are encouraged to wear clothing that is in line with the school’s uniform policy.
Partners in Education
- AR Department of Human Services
- St. Luke United Methodist Church
- Second Presbyterian Church
- St. Mark Baptist Church
- New Millennium Church
- UALR School of Education
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