The Arkansas Governor’s School is sending its 370 students home a week early as the result of a COVID-19 outbreak.
Parents preparing children to return to face-to-face class after a year of pandemic-induced remote learning will need to be ready to deal with uncertainty, said Brittney Schrick, assistant professor and extension family life specialist for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.
Superintendent Doug Worley and OECC Manager Mark Cayce join members of the Hampton School and OECC boards, Michael Henderson (TPI) in flipping the switch for the Hampton School District’s solar array.
During its Monday called meeting, the Texarkana Independent School District Board of Trustees named Todd Marshall as the new director of CTE & STEM Education for the 2021-22 school year.
The TEXarkana Independent School District Board of Trustees announced key staff assignments for the 2021-22 school year, including two Southern Arkansas University graduates.
ROSSTON – There was no fanfare, no celebration. Only a white sheet cake with white icing and blue flowers with the legend “Good Luck” on it.
Arkansas PBS and the Arkansas Department of Education have partnered to create “Rise and Shine,” an extensive educational program designed to boost summer learning and help K-5 students challenged due to the pandemic retain academic learning targets.
Central Elementary School in Magnolia has released its honor roll for the 4th nine-week grading period and the second semester of the 2020-2021 academic year.
Emerson High School has posted its honor roll and A/B honor roll for the fourth nine-week grading period and second semester of the 2020-2021 academic year.
Columbia Christian School has issued its honor roll for the fourth nine-week grading period and the second semester for the 2020-2021 academic year.
The Hope Public Schools Board of Education voted Tuesday morning in special session to extend an offer of employment as superintendent of schools to Dr. Jonathan Wayne Crossley, assistant superintendent of the Pine Bluff School District.
Four finalists – including two Southern Arkansas University graduates -- will interview this week in day-long appearances as the Hope Public Schools Board of Education narrows its decision to name a new superintendent of schools.
The first, second and third-grade classes at Columbia Christian School presented a donation check to the Columbia County Animal Protection Society this week.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is offering scholarships for any student interested in a conservation career. Applications will be accepted until June 15 for the fall 2021 semester.
GameStop wasn’t just on the minds of Wall Street investors this spring. It proved to be a controversial investment, and learning opportunity, for students competing in the 2020-21 Stock Market Game.
Jimmy Walker has been hired as assistant superintendent at Columbia Christian School, which plans to elevate him to superintendent in 2022.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson announced at the Magnolia Blossom Festival on Saturday that he is appointing Magnolia native Beth Anne Rankin to the Arkansas Board of Education.
Degrees and certificates were conferred to 936 graduates of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences' (UAMS) five colleges and graduate school on Saturday.
Forge Institute, in partnership with the Arkansas Department of Education (ADE) Office of Computer Science, is developing computer networking training for high school teachers.
Magnolia High School recently held its 4th Annual MHS Chef Showdown. Five students competed for the top prize with 10th grade student Samarra Clayton being judged the winner.
During the annual Magnolia-Columbia County Chamber of Commerce awards program, Magnolia High School senior, Tanner Neilsen, was recognized with the 2021 Young Person of the Year award.
Magnolia High School will have juniors Lindy Westfall, Myka Craig, Samantha Wilson, Lindsey Cornwell and Sutton Nelson participate in the 78th Session of the American Legion Auxiliary Arkansas Girls State May 30-June1.
The Magnolia Public School Foundation (MPSF) recently awarded scholarships to three Magnolia High School seniors.
Magnolia High School television production instructor Alix Tiegs was recently notified that students in the MHS television production course had received awards in the 2021 A-State Creative Media Competition.