NLRMS EAST Initiative students were awarded $1000 from Regional Recycling District Grant. The students will be collecting items outside in the courtyard and field.
NLRSD Nurses have been working tirelessly to make sure every student and staff member had the opportunity to get a flu shot the last 2 months. They have traveled to every school. Some tears were shed, but most left happy and healthy.
Welcome to Cindy Temple, newest NLRSD Board Member. The Pulaski County Quorum Court appointed her to the vacant position for Zone 5.
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Representative French Hill of Arkansas and Representative Virginia Foxx of North Carolina toured NLR High School's new conversion charter - the Center of Excellence. Foxx, chair of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce was interested in seeing firsthand the roles that community, college and industry partnerships are playing in the COE.
WONDERFUL documentary project created by NLRMS EAST students Samantha Korycki & Mandeep Kaur in honor of Veteran's Day. https://youtu.be/GiHadfAipPw
NLRSD Retired Employees held their monthly meeting at Lakewood Elem. They were treated to cinnamon rolls and a tour of the building.
Today is Glenview 's Book Character Day! Look how fabulous our teachers look!
Amboy Elem celebrated dads and important men in their students' lives at breakfast. It was great to start the day off with a smile.
How exciting school can be when the project you have been working on actually works.?! 1st grade students from Amboy Elementary have been exploring the concept of buoyancy with the engineering design challenge of building a boat from clay that can float and hold paper clips. It worked!!! #AmboySTEM
North Little Rock High School received a bomb threat at approximately 3:02pm. The building has been evacuated. Students and staff will not re-enter the building until it has been cleared by Emergency Responders. Dismissal will be at the regular time.
Kindergarten students at Amboy Elementary in Mrs. Dellinger's class created spooky castles. Students learned about 2 and 3D shapes, working as a group, and writing about their projects. Students presented their creations and findings to their family members. One creation had an elevator and garage. What a fun learning project!
Recently, the North Little Rock Board of Education selected Hannah Chambers to fill the vacated Zone 5 member's position. As part of this process, the Board sought legal advice from the Arkansas School Board Association, in accordance with previous circumstances similar to this situation. After seeking further clarification, the Arkansas School Board Association determined their previous stance was incorrect and advised the North Little Rock Board of Education to rescind their selection of Hannah Chambers. Immediately upon notification from legal counsel, the North Little Rock Board of Education called a meeting and rescinded their selection and will begin the Zone 5 selection process as outlined in the Arkansas Educational Statute 6-13-611 section (c). The North Little Rock Board of Education received an apology from the Arkansas State Board Association for giving inaccurate information in regards to the appointment and zone residence.
An event NOT to be missed! Chief Davis vs Chief Tucker at the DOGTOWN DERBY! GREAT way to spend a crisp, fall morning!
Congrats to Amboy Elementary for being one of fifteen schools/districts chosen to participate in the first Carnegie STEM Excellence Pathway program in the state! We can't wait to see all of the exciting, learning projects the students will participate in through this opportunity. #AmboySTEM
Public Records Announcement Beginning June 1, 2018, the North Little Rock School District Special Services department will destroy special education records that are six (6) years old. According to State and Federal guidelines, special education records will be destroyed within six (6) years after the student leaves the program. If your child was receiving special education services during the 2011-2012 school year, you have the right to review and request copies of these records before they are destroyed. Your child also has the right to review and request these records if he/she is eighteen (18) years of age or older. If you have any questions, please contact the North Little Rock School District Special Services Department at (501) 771-8033. THESE RECORDS ARE NOT PERMANENT SCHOOL RECORDS. THEY ARE ONLY SPECIAL EDUCATION DUE PROCESS FORMS AND EVALUATION DATA.
October is National Physical Therapy Month. The North Little Rock School District is proud of our team of highly skilled Physical Therapists: Linda Collier, Jan Collins, Ashley Hanan, DeAnn Roach, and Alicia Yarbrough. These PTs work tirelessly on behalf of our students to assist them in accessing and benefiting from their World Class education. The services these professionals provide also benefit the students' quality of life. We greatly appreciate all our Physical Therapists do for our students.
Derby Day--DOGTOWN DERBY DAY is right around the corner! Join us for a day of friendly competition, food, music, pup-cakes, & more!
Congratulations to Crestwood Elementary who has been named Best of the Best through the Arkansas Democrat Gazette. NLRHS was named a finalist in the High School Division.