Check out highlights from Week 2 of ALSEA. #ALSEA #LiteracyMatters #Summerenrichment #STEM
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In Observance of Juneteenth, ARLCS campuses and district office will be closed June 19th. All regularly scheduled activities will resume Tuesday, June 20th. Thank you!
about 1 year ago, Arkansas Lighthouse Charter Schools
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Arkansas Lighthouse Junior MANRRS! Arkansas’s 1st and Only Junior MANRRS Chapter! Changing the Faces of Agriculture Shoutout to our AMAZING chaperones and ARLCS educators! #ALSEA2023 #AgriSTEM @UARKMANRRS #Agriculture
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Congrats 2023 ALSEA AgriSTEM White Coat Scholars!! @uarkwgc @NationalMANRRS @UARKMANRRS @BumpersCollege @National_juniormanrrs @yassprize #agriculture #STEM #Access #Education
about 1 year ago, Arkansas Lighthouse Charter Schools
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ALSEA 2023! #LIVEARKANSAS #SummerEnrichment
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Scholars tapping into new talents thanks to the Apparel Merchandising and Product Development (AMPD) at Bumpers College! We often don't think of fashion in relation to agriculture. Agriculture provides the fashion industry with fibers for garment production, these include plant-based fibers such as cotton, hemp, and flax, and a variety of other fibers. Careers in production, manufacturing, and transportation are essential for the industry to thrive. #agriculture #fashion #AgFoodLife #apparel #merchandising #ApparelMerchandising #ProductDevelopment #design #fashion #style #textiles #business #sustainability #RetailManagement #AMPD
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Day 2! #JuniorMANRRS #MANRRS #Agriculture
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Day 1 of ALSEA AgriSTEM at UofA is a wrap! Highlights: Networking is an essential part of any scholars development. Ice Cream Social w/UofA Division of Agriculture and Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences leadership. Scholars we're able to connect with Dr. Fields and Dr. Mosley. UofA MANRRS mentors and staff Then take a campus tour! #JuniorMANRRS #MANRRS #Agriculture #STEM
about 1 year ago, Arkansas Lighthouse Charter Schools
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Congrats to our very own Mr. Osborn for completing Phase 1 of the Master Principal program! 🎉📚
about 1 year ago, Arkansas Lighthouse Charter Schools
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We are developing the next generation of agriculture professionals! Shoutout to one of our amazing educators Mrs. Whited who gave our scholars a tour of Whited Farms which she owns and operates. ALSEA 2023 #Agriculture #STEM #SummerEnrichment
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Today is National Egg Day! Scholars at our Flightline campus led the "Chicken or the Egg" project this past school year. All eight chickens received names during this process, and the scholars bonded with them on many different levels. Science Teacher Mrs. Herrin said, "It was quite evident there was a healthy impact socially and emotionally." Scholars showed compassion and critical thinking that occurred as they learned how to be responsible for their flock. It was a natural progression through exploration and experience that the middle school-aged scholars became curious, knowledgeable, and problem solvers. A small group of scholars calculated one 40 lb bag of feed lasts approximately 18 days and costs approximately $27. They learned how to budget and create small business plans through the project. #NationalEggDay #Agriculture #ArkansasLighthouse
about 1 year ago, Arkansas Lighthouse Charter Schools
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Memorial Day 2023
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Thank you isn't enough! Happy National Teachers Appreciation Week 2023 to all our educators!
about 1 year ago, Arkansas Lighthouse Charter Schools
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Highlights from around our Capital City campus: HATS OFF TO OUR SPECIAL “MYSTERY READERS” and Special Scavenger Hunt #Literacy #CommunityEngagement
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Highlights from Base Bowl Bowling Night! Thank you to all of the families who came out! It was fun! In celebration of The Month of the Military Child!
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Celebrating our first year attending MANRRS37 with our phenomenal community partners! Arkansas’s first and only Junior MANRRS chapter! Names left to right: Jimena Rodriguez President of UA MANRRS Dr. Jacquelyn Wiersma-Mosley, Professor in the School of Human Environmental Sciences and Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for Bumpers College at the University of Arkansas Wendell Scales Jr., Deputy Director of Innovation, Arkansas Lighthouse Junior MANRRS, Advisor LaShawnDa Noel, Chief Executive Officer/Superintendent Paul Davis, Vice President & Chief Diversity Officer, Tyson Foods Dr. Deacue Fields, Vice President University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Changing the faces of agriculture! #AgriSTEM #DiversityinAG #MANRRS37
about 1 year ago, Arkansas Lighthouse Charter Schools
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Save the Date! Month of the Military Child activities hosted by Arkansas Lighthouse Charter School District and the Jacksonville Lighthouse Charter Schools.
about 1 year ago, Arkansas Lighthouse Charter Schools
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Good morning ARLCS! Based on information we have received from local weather stations, all Arkansas Lighthouse Charter Schools will open today and begin at the regularly scheduled bell times. All buses will also run this morning at their normal times. Please be cautious and safe as you travel this morning. Best, L. Noel Chief Executive Officer/Superintendent
about 1 year ago, Arkansas Lighthouse Charter Schools
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Good afternoon, Arkansas Lighthouse Family, We hope this message finds you and your family safe and well. Our thoughts are with our ARLCS families that have been impacted by the storms. We know that for some, the last couple of days have been devastating. We also understand that things will not be normal for a while. Because of this, we want you to know that we offer support in hopes to relieve any stress. If you are experiencing difficulty as a result of this Friday’s weather, please communicate your needs with your scholars’ Principal(s). We will do everything in our power to assist you in any way possible. Here are some community resources that we hope will help you. Please let us know if we can do anything to connect you with any of these partners. Supplies available for residents impacted by March 31 storm The following locations are providing supplies, including food, water, clean up supplies, and tarps for residents affected by Friday’s storms. Counseling Services: https://bit.ly/40Euqeh THOSE IN NEED: First Baptist Church (401 N. 1st St) - Jacksonville residents in need of items, come to First Baptist Church (401 N. 1st St) and get what you need. We have clothes, food, cleaning supplies, and more. - The shelter services at First Baptist Church in Jacksonville (401 N 1st street) are open 24/7 and will continue until it is no longer needed. Families can utilize services to charge their phones, get a meal, stay the night, or rest for a bit. They are open to anyone who needs a place to stay. - Meals will be served 3 times each day. - Breakfast from 7-9 AM - Lunch from 12-2 PM - Dinner from 5-7 PM If you would like to make donations: - toilet paper, paper towels, and plastic storage boxes. - We currently have more than enough clothing and water at the moment. We are working diligently to sort out the amazingly generous clothing donations we have received. - GIVING LINK: https://app.clovergive.com/.../1a2bc51a-4fda-4cb7-b553... If you are looking to VOLUNTEER: - To volunteer at FBC Jacksonville, please contact us or come by anytime. We will always take volunteers to help prepare and disperse meals, sort clothing, and process donation items. - Chainsaw work or cleanup crews are being organized and sent out from Second Baptist Church Jacksonville at the Disaster Relief Command Center at their location. (1117 N James St) FOR MORE INFORMATION: - If you have any additional questions regarding disaster relief needs at FBC Jacksonville, please call our offices at 501-982-1519
about 1 year ago, Arkansas Lighthouse Charter Schools
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Don't forget applications are now open for Arkansas Lighthouse Summer Enrichment Academy. Apply Now! https://bit.ly/3yFPfcV Applications close on April 10, 2023. #AgriSTEM #PublicService #SocialEntrepreneurship #Agriculture #liveArkansas arlcs.org
about 1 year ago, Arkansas Lighthouse Charter Schools
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