Dance studios, band space and a black-box theater are components of the arts space, Bennings said. People were throwing stuff.
Photo by Staton Breidenthal Little Rock students, school district officials and community leaders were among the 100 people who helped break ground at a ceremony Monday for a new southwest high school in Little Rock. Get free breaking news alerts, daily newsletters with top headlines delivered to your inbox ]. Thankfully, the voters already approved this project and its monies.
One whole semester? The school will replace both McClellan and J.
The haters gonna hate and we're seeing the product of their education and upbringing. Several of those school board members and former Superintendent Baker Kurrus attended the Monday ceremony. The ground they turned over with those shovels sparkled with green glitter.
Our public schools are nothing more than warehouses and depositories of state and federal taxes yo be squandered by bloated administrators and the teacher's unions that keep bad teachers in the classrooms. That ceremony included them as well as students and members of the Little Rock district's Community Advisory Board, Little Rock Board of Directors, and state Board of Education, all of whom used 100 gold-colored shovels to break ground at the site.
Testimony is intended as generous testament to good times past, not as a score-settler. Did we have the appropriate school election to put the question on the ballot? Fair, but we are now southwest high...I and I
Jake with the usual rah rah schools. The school will replace both McClellan and J. Burton and Poore said school planners drew heavily from the ideas of students, teachers and community members for the school's design. Arkansas Education Commissioner Johnny Key, who acts as the school board for the state-controlled Little Rock district, was among the dozens of dignitaries, school district employees and students from four of the district's existing schools who attended the white-tent event for the new southwest Little Rock school Monday.
The School board and administrators decided you didn't know what you were doing and that they would go ahead despite your wishes.