As the 2012-2013 school year comes to a close, our Information Technology department is gearing up for a summer of hard work and upgrades across the district. To facilitate this process, the IT staff asks that teachers and school administrators take the following steps to ensure that they have access to the equipment they need.
The Arkansas Leadership Academy has announced that Dr. Kirk Freeman, principal of Northwood Middle School has completed the final phase of the Master Principal Institute.
Established in 1991, the Arkansas Leadership Academy is a nationally recognized, statewide partnership of 13 universities, nine professional associations; 15 educational cooperatives, the Arkansas Departments of Education, higher education, the Department of Workforce Education, the Arkansas Educational Television Network, Tyson Foods, Inc; Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. and the Walton Family Foundation.
The Pulaski County Special School District is pleased to announce that Mary Carolyn Bailey, previously the assistant principal of Robinson High School, has been named principal effective today. Mrs. Bailey has worked in education since 1989. She has taught at the middle and high school levels and worked as an adult educator and GED examiner. She has been an administrator since 2006, and is in her sixth year at Robinson High School. The school, its students and its staff are in very good hands under Mrs. Bailey’s leadership. Troy Lowe, a retired administrator with the district, is the new assistant principal. Dr. Yolaundra Williams will now work at the district’s central office.