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SECTION 1: Academics

 

SECTION 2: Student Support Services

  • 2-H.2 Dyslexia Information
    • ​Dylsexia Intervention Programs Used
    • Number of Students Receiving Dyslexia Intervention
    • Number of Students identified with Dyslexia

 

SECTION 3: District Operations and Fiscal Operations

  • Posting of District Board Meetings (see calendar)
  • 3-B.1 School-Level Improvement Plans
    • Arkansas Comprehensive School Improvement Plan (ACSIP)
    • Arkansas School Report Card
    • Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA)
    • School Building Plans

 

SECTION 5: Stakeholder Communication/Family and Community Engagement

 

Other Documentation (if any)

 

 


 

School Choice

This is a public announcement. Public School Choice in Arkansas allows students to attend a public school in a district other than the one in which they reside. Applications for students in the following counties: Clark, Dallas, Grant, Hot Spring, Pike, and Saline, (must be made by May 1, 2015 to qualify for provisions under the Arkansas Public School Choice Act 560 of 2015.) 

 

Pursuant to standards adopted by a non-resident school board, a non-resident district may reserve the right to accept and reject applicants based on capacity of programs, class, grade level, or school building. Likewise, a non-resident district’s standards may provide for the rejection of an applicant based upon the submission of false or misleading information to the above listed request for information when that information directly impacts the legal qualifications of an applicant to transfer pursuant to the School Choice Act. However, a non-resident district’s standards shall not include an applicant’s previous academic achievement, athletic or other extra-curricular ability, handicapping conditions, English proficiency level, or previous disciplinary proceedings, except that an expulsion from another district may be included pursuant to Ark. Code Ann. 6-18-1901. Priority will be given to applicants with siblings attending the district. The non-resident district shall accept credits toward graduation that were awarded by another district and award a diploma to a non-resident applicant if the applicant meets the non-resident district’s graduation requirements. Applications must be postmarked or delivered to the Superintendent of Schools no later than May 1 for a child to be able to enroll for the fall semester. Transfers shall be granted on a non-discriminatory basis. Students who have been accepted and enrolled in previous years do not have to reapply as approved transfers remain valid for as long as the student attends that public school.  

 

School Choice Rules

 

School Choice Application