Dr. Brouke Reynolds, who currently serves as the Interim Virtual Academy Director and District Testing Coordinator, will transition into the role of Coordinator of Innovative Virtual Learning Programs.
Dr. Reynolds will begin this role on July 1, 2022.
Dr. Reynolds, who is a product of the North Little Rock School District, will oversee all virtual
learning programs, options, and services, including outside of school, inside of school, evening and Saturday School, and after-school programs.
“I am excited about this new role in the North Little Rock School District,” said Dr. Reynolds. “I look forward to working with administrators, teachers, staff, and families to make sure that we are providing all of our students with the tools they need to be successful,” she said.
Dr. Reynolds’ entire professional career has been spent in the North Little Rock School District.
She began teaching in the Business Department at North Little Rock High School. She then
became the Secondary Technology Facilitator.
Dr. Reynolds also serves as the coach for the NLRHS Swim & Dive Team.
Dr. Reynolds earned an Educational Doctorate in Instructional Curriculum Leadership from the
University of Memphis and an Educational Specialist Degree from Harding University. In
addition, she earned an MBA and a Master of Science Degree in Building Administration from
the University of Central Arkansas. She received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing
from the University of Arkansas.
“I want to thank Dr. Reynolds for the role she played in working with our families who chose the
virtual option for their students. The pandemic forced us to pivot and to engage students in a
new way.,” said Dr. Gregory J. Pilewski, Superintendent of the North Little Rock School District.
“I look forward to working with Dr. Reynolds on a greater level to ensure all of our students
thrive as we meet them wherever they are,” he added.
The Coordinator of Innovative Virtual Learning Programs is one of the reorganized Central
Office Administration positions in the North Little Rock School District, which Dr. Pilewski
proposed in the NLRSD Central Office Administration Reorganization Plan (Phase I) and
presented at the Regular Board Meeting in February. The plan was created to improve the level
of services and support to school leaders and classroom teachers to drive continuous
improvement in student learning.