Happy Friday! Please see this week's edition of the Superintendent's "Top 5 Things You Should Know This Week," which is available at the following link: https://www.smore.com/38mcx
Mark your calendar to attend Gifted Services Night! This information session will answer all of your schedules as it relates to Quest (Gifted & Talented), Advanced/Honors Classes, and Advanced Placement courses. See you there!
The North Little Rock Board of Education approved the Superintendent's recommendation to name Nurse Tonya Green as the District Nursing Supervisor. Click here to read more about Nurse Green's credentials and background: https://5il.co/1in6n
Dr. Pilewski and board members visited Boone Park Elementary today for the Superintendent and Board Member luncheon.
The North Little Rock School District is aware of the incident at CHI St. Vincent in Sherwood. At this time, there is no threat to any of our campuses. Everyone is safe and secure. We are monitoring the situation with local authorities.
Happy Friday! Please see this week's edition of the Superintendent's "Top 5 Things You Should Know This Week," which is available at the following link: https://www.smore.com/xt7gp
September is "Take Your Legislator to School Month!" We are thrilled to have had Reps. Jamie Scott and Carlton Wing and Sens. Linda Chesterfield and Jane English visit our district today! Thank you for advocating for our students, staff, and district!
Mark your calendars! Come and learn about our ESL Program and other resources in our community.
Please read the Superintendent's Message as it relates to entry into Charging Wildcat Stadium on Game Day and the safety procedures that we have implemented. The message can be read at this link: https://5il.co/1i8kn
Happy Friday! Please see this week's edition of the Superintendent's "Top 5 Things You Should Know This Week," which is available at this link: https://www.smore.com/seq5x The Board of Education met last night. Click here for highlights: https://www.smore.com/0tj3k
Patricia Stiles, Angela Zakrzewski, and Dawnley Bryant were nominated by Dr. LeAnn Stoll to receive the Superintendent's Honor Roll. They were instrumental in making all of the special education records digital and creating processes to make the department more efficient.
SGM (R) Donald Hunter has been named outstanding U.S. Army JROTC Instructor. He has been in the NLRSD since Aug. 2020. He was nominated by his colleague, LTC (R) David H. Shelby. Read the nomination essay here: https://www.usarmyjrotc.com/recognizing-sgm-r-donald-r-hunter/
Five students from the NLRSD have been earned academic honors from the College Board National Recognition Programs! Read more about this honor and the students at this link: https://www.nlrsd.org/article/823340
Students named Advanced Placement (AP) Scholars were recognized at tonight's board meeting. These students have earned a 3 or better on 3 or more AP exams. Learn more about AP and the students who earned this status at this link: https://www.nlrsd.org/article/825802
Mrs. Angela Brazell's third grade students from Seventh Street Elementary shared with the Board of Education and the public the strategies they have learned to solve multiplication facts. Way to go, ladies! Mr. Marques Collins serves as the principal.
Special thanks to Decorian Butler and Caleb Best for offering Pledge of Allegiance and Invocation at tonight's Regular Board Meeting! They are students at North Little Rock Academy.
Today is the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month! This annual recognition is a time to recognize and celebrate the many contributions, diverse cultures, and extensive histories of the American Latino community, especially our staff, students, and families.
Happy Friday! Please see this week's edition of the Superintendent's "Top 5 Things You Should Know," which is available at the following link: https://www.smore.com/2h6rfvvv
Some of our families took part in Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program, organized by the Pulaski County Extension Office. Participants get lessons on healthy eating habits and create healthy meals to prepare for their families. This session took place at Pike View ECC.
The first Superintendent and Board Member Luncheon of the school year took place today at Amboy Elementary. This is an opportunity for the board members to collaborate with the superintendent, staff, and students to get a sense of what is happening across the NLRSD.