Metro Little Rock's Ultimate All-School Guide: Pulaski County Special School District
Pulaski County Special School District is committed to creating a nationally recognized school district which assures that all students achieve at their maximum potential through the collaborative, supportive and continuous efforts of all stakeholders (teachers, administrators, support staff, families, students, communities and businesses).
- AVID (advancement via individual determination) - teaching college and career readiness for all students.
- PBIS (positive behavior interventions and supports) - encouraging positive behavior trends in order to improve academic success.
AVID is a college and career readiness system centered on engaging professional learning. Teachers learn how to increase student engagement, promote classroom collaboration and activate deeper levels of learning in their classrooms with practical, immediately useful tools and instructional strategies.
• Gifted and talented programs and special education services
All students have an iPad or Chromebook to use at school and at home.
Dr. Charles McNulty
Superintendent: Dr. Charles McNulty
Number of Schools in the District:
► 16 elementary schools
► 14 include pre-K3 and pre-K4
► 4 middle schools
► 4 high schools
Graduation Dates: All graduations will be held on Saturday, May 23, at the Jack Stephens Center at UA-Little Rock.
► Maumelle - 9 a.m.
► Robinson - 11:30 a.m.
► Sylvan Hills - 1:30 p.m.
► Mills - 4:30 p.m.
925 E. Dixon Road