Be part of Our Team! CHOPHERS NEEDED Fayetteville Public Schools are needing drivers for our daily routes to help and serve our students and their families. Fayetteville Public Schools will cover the cost to get your CDL driver's license and training, drug test and first aid training (First AID) and DOT Physico. Questions? Call Department of Transportation at (479) 444-3095 or visit website: Job Opportunities: https://bit.ly/2VTwrHk
Welcoming Week NWA brings together NWA Leadership Pledge supporters and the broader community to build strong connections and affirm the importance of welcoming and inclusive places in achieving collective prosperity. Please visit https://engagenwa.org/welcoming-week-nwa/ to see a list of activities! #BelongingBeginsWithUS #WelcomingWeekNWA
Our newest video, "Focus on the Future: Progress Report," focuses on the construction and renovation that is taking place all across our district. We're very grateful to Fayetteville voters for overwhelmingly approving the restructuring of bonds in February of 2020 that resulted in $114 million for these projects. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0nrS6sYaiAo
We had a great first week of school for the 2021-2022 school year! We hope you enjoy these images from across our district ! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCDd8aFkkxo
EVERY student in Fayetteville Public Schools should ✓ CHECK-IN For the 2021-2022 school year. This process includes all students and ALL GRADE LEVELS. The window for completing the online CHECK-IN is August 2 - 7. Please login and confirm your student’s information Parents will receive an email with login information by July 28. If a parent’s email address is not in our system, a letter will be sent to the child’s residence. If you do not receive your child’s login information by July 31, please email email@example.com. Be sure to check your spam folder, too! NOTE: if you have changed address, you must provide a proof of resident document (copy of a current utility bill or rental agreement) by uploading a picture of the document taken with your phone. WE LOOK FORWARD TO A GREAT YEAR!
FREE FOOD GIVEAWAY! 40,000 lbs. of Tyson products for Fayetteville-area families. Friday, May 14 from 2 to 6 p.m. at Baum Stadium Parking Lot (15th St. & Razorback Rd). Drive-thru pickup. First come, first served! More information here: https://www.facebook.com/FayettevillePublicSchools/photos/a.83583891099/10159216644391100/
Asbell Parents & Guardians, Just a reminder that there is tech support available should you need it. Please see the image for more information.
Check it out! The Fayetteville Chamber is Commerce is hosting a virtual forum for the upcoming School Board Elections! Huge thank you to our sponsors: AT&T, Black Hills Energy, and Ozarks Electric and Ozarks Go! Can't tune in? We will be uploading the forum to our youtube channel for those that miss the conversation. Zoom like found here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84889626437
Read about our very own Joseph Weishaar in NWA Online https://bit.ly/2Rsrx1p. Arkansan-designed memorial to WWI vets opening in D.C. CONGRATULATIONS!
Due to the winter weather, road conditions, and power outages, Fayetteville Public Schools will be closed on Thursday, February 18, and Friday, February 19 for snow days (no virtual learning). All buildings will be closed, and all activities are canceled. In order to meet the state requirement for 178 student contact days, the school year will now be extended through Wednesday, June 2, 2021.
Due to inclement weather, all Fayetteville Public Schools campuses will be closed on Wednesday, Feb. 10. All students will participate in asynchronous virtual learning tomorrow, completing their assignments for the day at their own pace and not participating in online meetings.
Superintendent Dr. John L Colbert received his second COVID-19 vaccination yesterday, and he’s feeling great today! Please get your vaccinations when you get the chance!
Exciting news! Fayetteville Public Schools is looking for two school nurses to join our team! Registered Nurses with an Arkansas license and current CPR certificate, please apply online at https://district.fayar.net/o/fps/page/human-resources--246. Please email Melissa Thomas, Director of Health Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
At the Fayetteville Board of Education meeting Thursday afternoon, Owl Creek School sixth grade student Scout Jennings received a Recognition of Outstanding Achievement Award for placing first in the 2021 Walmart Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Essay Contest.
Fayetteville teachers Allison Bolin and Amy Coulter got their COVID-19 vaccines last week. Allison told us she's doing her part to stop the spread of the virus, while Amy got hers to set an example for her students. #gotmyshot #covidvaccine
Dr. Steven Weber, our Associate Superintendent for Teaching & Learning, joins podcast host Judith W. Umlas to discuss how the Power of Acknowledgment and Grateful Leadership are a more necessary part of education today than ever before. https://bit.ly/36kq1mF
Michelle Phillips is one of the Fayetteville teachers who received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine this week. Michelle told us she's getting the vaccine for her mom who she hasn't seen since July! Who will you get your shot for? #whyvaccinate #gotmyshot #thisisourshot #covidvaccine
Special thanks to Medical Arts Pharmacy and Medical Supply and Washington Regional for the ongoing COVID-19 vaccination clinics for our staff members! We are happily rolling up our sleeves to receive our vaccinations and help defeat this terrible virus. THANK YOU!!
If you are considering Fayetteville Virtual Academy for your child for the 2021-22 school year, FVA will hold parent meetings nights via Zoom at 6 p.m. on February 16, March 16, and April 12. More information will be coming soon here and at the FVA website: https://district.fayar.net/o/fva
Our superintendent, Dr. John L Colbert, received his first COVID-19 vaccination yesterday. "It was very painless, and I had no side effects," said Dr. Colbert. "I encourage all of my friends to please go and get your shot. We need to protect ourselves from this deadly virus."