Maumelle High School was awarded a $30,000 grant for the 2013-2014 school year to plan and implement wall-to-wall, career-college academies. The Arkansas Department of Career Education (ACE) Career Academy Initiate encourages high schools to embrace the National Career Academy Model as a proven means to improve attendance, increase student participation, increase graduation rate, improve school climate, improve standardized test scores and decrease discipline/behavior problems.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) — Three North Pulaski High School students were put to the test in front of a Food Network judge.
A contest was held was part of a national program, called Pro-Start, which is geared toward developing the best and brightest talent into tomorrow’s restaurant and foodservice leaders.
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At a banquet/breakfast held at the Clinton Presidential Center Wednesday morning, hundreds of Pulaski County Special School District PALS (People Assisting Local Schools) volunteers were recognized for devoting over 135,000 hours assisting the almost 18,000 students in the district. Guest speaker was former PCSSD Superintendent Bobby Lester. Entertainment was provided by the Mills University Studies String Quartet and the North Pulaski High School Show Stoppers.