The Arkadelphia Board of Education on Tuesday heard from two citizens with concerns over different topics.
Following a 50-minute executive session, the Arkadelphia Board of Education reconvened in public Tuesday during its regular meeting to accept the following resignations:
The Arkadelphia School District is applying for a 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant through the Arkansas Division of Elementary & Secondary Education. APSD is being assisted by the Dawson Education Service Cooperative on this endeavor.
In addition to doling out Badger Pride awards and hearing routine reports, the school board is also set to hear from two individuals, Dan Pipkin and Bruce Bell. The agenda does not specify what topics the two will bring before the board.
Arkadelphia High School has announced its Honor Roll for the third nine weeks of the 2021-2022 school year.
According to a suit filed by Marion A. Humphrey Sr. and Marion A. Humphrey Jr. of the Little Rock law firm of Humphrey and Humphrey, an Arkadelphia couple, identified in court papers only as “H.W. and C.W.” on behalf of their son “H.W. Jr.,” various district employees and staff members from L.M. Goza Middle School are “racist” in placing their son in Alternative Learning Experience.
A total of 18 school administrators from around the state so far have applied for the top spot of Arkadelphia Public Schools.
A Makerspace is a collaborative STEM-based learning environment where students gather to create DIY projects, explore STEM activities, invent new things, and share ideas.
Ashley Wesley, an AHS teacher, just recently received her award for 15 years of service as an FBLA advisor. She estimates that it has probably been a program at the high school for 30 years or more.
“We have indeed begun the vetting process of our existing applicants” for the superintendent position, said board president Casey Motl.