LITTLE ROCK, Ark (KTHV) — One hour, once a month. A time when fathers and their children come together with other dads and their kids. All Pro Dad’s Day is a national organization making a difference in schools right here in central Arkansas.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) — Arkansas lags behind other states when it comes to reading proficiency by the end of the third grade, according to a new report released by the Arkansas Campaign for Grade-Level Reading, the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation, and Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families.
Robinson Elementary Kindergarten teacher Bridget Hudson says some of the biggest challenges in teaching kids how to read are making sure they get the help at home
How often do you see 13- and 14-year-olds spending their free time teaching fifth-grade students about technology? Some of the EAST students at Robinson Middle School did this many Thursday afternoons this spring.
Due to local flooding and road closures, some Pulaski County Special School District buses may not be able to get students home in a safe and timely manner this afternoon. For that reason, the District is allowing parents to pick up students at the following schools who live in flood prone areas, and excused absences will be granted: