North Little Rock School District
November 11, 2022
Purchasing Ad for NLRHS Dance Program
Students and staff are accepting donations to fund production costs. Your tax-deductible donation is welcomed!
The ad form is below and can be downloaded and submitted to Mrs. Christen Pitts, NLRHS Dance Troupe Director/Choreographer, at email@example.com.
Game Day Procedures
It's Game Day at Charging Wildcat Stadium!
Our Charging Wildcats will take on the Fort Smith Southside Mavericks in the first round of the playoffs. The game will start at 7:00 p.m.
Tickets can only be purchased online. Click here to purchase tickets.
Please be mindful of our safety procedures. Our goal is to make them not only enjoyable but also safe.
Let's go, Charging Wildcats!
Discussing Career Academies
Career Academies are coming to NLRHS, beginning the 2023-2024 school year!
Informational sessions have been planned to share what career academies are and the benefits for our students. You may attend any session you wish!
These sessions are open to all families -- not just those with students in high school!
Game and Fish, NLRSD Collaboration
Students at the North Little Rock Academy had the opportunity to engage in learning opportunities with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission (AGFC). Students worked in pairs to conduct fish dissection as the AGFC team led them through each step and identifying and learning the anatomy of the fish.
Additionally, the students learned about native fish in Arkansas and in Central Arkansas and what types of diets these fish prefer, which lead to the students working through lure craft.
If you have questions or would like to know how your business can partner with the NLRSD to provide academic learning opportunities for students, please reach out to Mary Beth Hatch, Coordinator of School Innovation, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Superintendent's Student Advisory Council
These students will meet with the Superintendent once a month. They will have honest conversations about the district with Dr. Pilewski, sharing what works and discussing in what areas there can be changes made to improve the school experience for all students.
This year's council is made up of the following students: Markkeys Hickey (8th Grade), Anelisse Morales-Zambrano (6th Grade), Sang Huynh (11th Grade), Kobie Napier (7th Grade), Caiden Pettus (10th Grade), Holden Hight (8th Grade), and Jason Singh (9th Grade). Missing from this picture is Ja'miya Brown (12th Grade).