The Jacksonville North Pulaski School District Board of Education will conduct its regular monthly meeting Monday, May 1, 2017, 6pm at Jacksonville City Hall located at 1 Municipal Drive in Jacksonville. The agenda for the meeting may be viewed here.
Elementary schools in the Jacksonville North Pulaski School District are prepping for the 2017-18 Kindergarten Roundup. This is a pre-registration opportunity for students who will be 5 years old on or before August 1 and entering kindergarten. The Roundup is scheduled for Friday, April 28, 1-2pm at all elementary schools.
Parents must register their children at the school within their attendance zone. To locate your attendance zone click here.
To register a student, parents or guardians need to present proper identification, which includes a birth certificate or a registrar statement, baptismal certificate, passport, affidavit or military identification, along with immunization records and social security card.
Proof of residence is also necessary, which requires a current utility bill (gas, water or electric), a Little Rock Air Force Base housing verification form, home purchase closing papers or lease agreement.
Pinewood Elementary third grade teacher, Courtney Reaves, and lead learner, Karen Norton, have been selected to participate in the Innovation Institute June 7 and 8 in Springdale.
Their session, Engaging Readers and Writers Using #Booksnaps, provides a fun, creative way for students to reflect as they study their notes, read books or interact with any type of text. This unique tool can also be used by adult learners to chart their own learning during book studies, note taking or personal journaling.
The Innovation Institute, now in its third year, provides educators a variety of opportunities to explore the potential of educational technology and best practices in schools across the state. More information about the Institute can be found at Innovation Institute.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and schools provide millions of breakfasts to hungry children every single school day! This gives us reason to celebrate!
Every March, the nation celebrates National School Breakfast Week. National School Breakfast Week was launched in 1989 to raise awareness of the availability of the School Breakfast Program to all children.
Governor Asa Hutchinson has proclaimed March as Arkansas School Breakfast Month!
Governor Hutchinson’s proclamation increases public awareness, provides school food service administrators a wonderful opportunity to promote the breakfast program, benefiting thousands of students in Arkansas.
JNPSD’s Director of Child Nutrition Clint Walker spoke of the District’s Community Eligibility Program where all students eat free at today’s press conference at the Capitol.