National IT Professionals Day is observed annually the third Tuesday in September to honor those we all rely on to keep us connected. Our IT Professionals are our unsung heros who make sure our desktops, laptops, mobile devices, applications, servers, networdks and databases keep humming along.
Thank you Kevin, Nathan and Lana for making our lives easier!
Don't forget that Monday, September 19, is parent-teacher conference day in JNPSD. Students will not be in school that day.
We encourage you to meet with your child's teacher(s) between 10am and 6pm to discuss progress. Your participation is important to us, and we appreciate the support you give your child at home.
Demolition began Monday, August 15, at the former Jacksonville Middle School site to make way for the new Jacksonville High School.
A lot has changed since those buildings were constructed back in the 1950s especially in the delivery of education. However, in Jacksonville one thing hasn’t changed—the desire to provide a learning environment that will expand education beyond traditional boundaries.
The new high school is being designed by WER Architects/Planners with Baldwin Shell serving as construction manager.
Piece by piece, the old buildings are coming down and will no longer be an eyesore to the community. Everyone is excited and looking forward to the new high school complex.
In Jacksonville North Pulaski we are Building Futures, Every Student, Every Day!
Starting school is always an exciting time for Arkansas' students and their families. While academic achievement is a top priority, it is just as important to be mindful of student safety in and around school buses.
The Arkansas Department of Education, Arkansas Association of Pupil Transportation and Arkansas PTA are proud to launch the Flashing Red. Kids Ahead. school bus safety campaign. The three-week campaign, which is in its fourth year, is from August 8 to August 26; however, school bus safety is a priority year-round.
Educators, parents, school bus drivers and community leaders throughout the Natural State are encouraged to remind Arkansas motorists to obey all traffic laws whenever they are near a school bus. Also, motorists are reminded that it is illegal to pass a stopped school bus whenever its red lights are flashing, as students are present. The fines, penalties and punishment for anyone found guilty of illegally passing a stopped school bus were increased dramatically by Act 2128 of 2005, also known as Isaac’s Law.
Remember: Flashing Red. Kids Ahead.