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Board appoints Blacknall to fill Zone 3 vacancy

Board appoints Blacknall to fill Zone 3 vacancy

The Arkadelphia Public Schools’ Board of Education appointed Paulette Blacknall to fill the Zone 3 vacancy. Letters of interest were accepted through Monday, February 4, 2018. Blacknall, a life-long resident of Clark County and former member of the Arkadelphia Board of Education, will serve unti...

Alumacraft sets the bar for Project CARE Food Drive

Alumacraft sets the bar for Project CARE Food Drive

Alumacraft presented 1309 pounds of food to Arkadelphia Public Schools on Thursday, February 1, as a part of Patterson Federal Credit Union’s Project CARE Food Drive. Holly Berry, Randy Weaver, Josh McMahan, Jesse Ingersoll, and Alan Bosley of Alumacraft delivered the food by boat to Perritt Primary ...

APS Board of Education seeks interest in Zone 3 vacancy

APS Board of Education seeks interest in Zone 3 vacancy

The Arkadelphia Board of Education is accepting letters of interest from those qualified to fill the Zone 3 vacancy on the APS Board of Education. The position, held by Mona Vance since Sept. 2016, is open after she announced her resignation from the board effective January 22, 2018. Vance’s term...

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Come out to Gildner AutoGroup tomorrow from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. to support the Arkadelphia Badgers. All proceeds will go to purchasing 4A State Champion rings. Thank you to all the local businesses and organizations that are sponsoring this event. view image

1 day ago,
Arkadelphia Public Schools
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The Arkadelphia Board of Education will meet tonight at 6 p.m. in the Board room at the administration building. view image

4 days ago,
Arkadelphia Public Schools
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We appreciate Congressman Bruce Westerman for coming and visiting with Arkadelphia High School's pre-engineering students this morning. Students were able to demonstrate several of their current projects, including their work on the FANUC robotic arm. Recently, Mr. Bud McMillion obtained his certification to teach students material handling using FANUC robotic arms. FANUC is a global leader in factory automation solutions. Students completing the FANUC Certification program at Arkadelphia High School will be certified to operate FANUC Robots in the workplace. Local businesses that utilize FANUC robots include Danfoss and Allcare. view image

4 days ago,
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Parent-Teacher Conferences will be tomorrow from 2 to 7 p.m. We hope you all have a great five-day weekend! view image

10 days ago,
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