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Chaney's Calcagni to be enshrined in Arkansas HOF
Feb 27, 2015 • Youngstown VindicatorToday, Calcagni is a physical education teacher and football coach at Pulaski Heights Middle School in Little Rock. “More than 20 years after I graduated, I finally decided to put my degree to use,” said Calcagni, saying he was ready for some job security. More
Young history buffs participate in National History Day event
Apr 30, 2014 • Log Cabin DemocratCONWAY—On Saturday, April 19, approximately 400 Arkansas middle level and secondary students participated in the National History Day state contest at the University of Central Arkansas. The students who placed first or second in their respective ... More
Parent arrested at Little Rock school for having gun
Nov 7, 2013 • THV 11This is Pamela Smith, Communications Director for the Little Rock School District, calling you on behalf of Lilly Carter, principal at Pulaski Heights Elementary School, and Dr. Suzanne Ross, principal at Pulaski Heights Middle School. This morning ... More
Two Arkansas Youth Honored for Volunteerism at National Award Ceremony in ...
May 6, 2013 • Business Wire (press release)Academy Award-winning actor Kevin Spacey congratulates Tiffany Easter, 18, of Sheridan (center) and Blake Abston, 14, of Little Rock (right) on being named Arkansas' top two youth volunteers for 2013 by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards ... More
What do you do when your kids start to lie?
Mar 28, 2013 • KATVA quick survey of some 8th graders from Pulaski Heights Middle School reveals a lot of parents are already following another suggestion from Dr. Long. When kids lie, he says moms and dads need to have separate punishments - one for the misbehavior and ... More
Tracing Michelle Obama's Multiracial Ancestry
Jun 27, 2012 • The Takeaway... “ For some people, it was not an easy thing to go back into the history. — Rachel Swarns. Back in August 2008, in a keynote address at the Democratic National Convention, Michelle Obama spoke of embarking on an "improbable journey" for the race ... More
At What Age Should Kids Be Trusted With A Smartphone?
Jan 12, 2012 • KATVThe 7th and 8th graders we talked to at Pulaski Heights Middle School aren't afraid to admit their smartphones are a big part of their life. Seventh grader Anna LaGrone said, "I love my phone, but I'm a teenage girl so I guess that comes with the package. More
Robots (and a small army of smart kids) rule the UAFS campus
Dec 5, 2009 • The City WireThe regional tournament had 40 teams representing 10 local hub competitions in Arkansas, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Oklahoma and South Dakota. The competition was held Dec. 3-5 at the Stubblefield Center on the University of Arkansas at ... More
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