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Farmington Parent Teacher and Student Asoociations

3 months ago


Folsom PTA  Williams PTA  Ledbetter PTSA  JR/SR High PTSA


PTA and PTSA are acronyms for parent-teacher and parent-teacher-student associations in our school and community. PTA is the oldest and largest child advocacy group working exclusively for children and youth. For over one hundred years, the National PTA has promoted education, health and safety of children and families.

The PTA is an association that provides members with access to an established network of volunteers at the local, council, state, and national levels who help one another and share resources, ideas, and projects. It goes beyond the local school as many problems affecting children and youth cannot be solved by local action alone.  There is strength in numbers, and the PTA has the clout and numbers to get the job done. 

Farmington has the following PTA'S/PTSA'S:
  • Williams PTA(K-3RD)
  • Folsom PTA(K-3RD)
  • Ledbetter PTSA(4TH & 5TH)
  • Farmington PTSA for grades 6-12th.
PTSA allows students to become members and also serve on the board. PTSA plans to have programs and projects that meet the needs of our students. Our meetings will hopefully provide a way for all parents, teachers, and students to become involved in the education and welfare of our students. Hope you will join us in the fall at either PTA or PTSA meetings and functions.


District ACSIP

23 days ago

Arkansas Consolidated School Improvement Plan

ASCIP provides a portal for parents and community members to log into their website and view school and District plans. To view the plans visit the following website and use the login credentials provided for each school below.

Website:  http://www.indistar.org/app/

District:

Login: guestDAR520

p.w.: guestDAR520

 

High School:

Login: GuestS14823

p.w.: GuestS14823

 

Freshman Academy:

Login: guestSAR1524

p.w.: guest SAR1524

 

Randall G. Lynch Middle School:

Login: guestAR889

p.w.: guestAR889

 

Ledbetter Intermediate:

Login: guestSAR1557

p.w.: guestSAR1557

 

Folsom Elementary :

Login: guestSAR2191

p.w.: guestSAR2191

 

Williams Elementary:

Login: guestSAR1656

p.w.: guestSAR1656

SCHOOL REPORT CARDS
The Arkansas Department of Education provides an Arkansas School Performance Report for every school in Arkansas. This report contains detailed statistical information about Arkansas’ public schools. The purpose of this report is to provide you with reliable information about the performance of your child’s school. You can compare your child's school to other schools across the state. The links below are for each school in Farmington School District and also a link to access reports from other schools.

Home Schools Notice of Intent

about 1 year ago

  The Home School Office was established in October 1999 to promote collaboration between home school parents, public schools and the Arkansas Department of Education. 

The primary responsibility of the Home School Office is to provide information and technical assistance on laws and regulations governing home schools to all interested persons.

Additionally, it is the responsibility of the Home School Office to modify, update and disseminate the Notice of Intent to Home School and Waiver Forms to all school districts before the current school year begins. Parents/guardians are required to file current year pre-printed forms or electronic submission with their local school district superintendent’s office on an annual basis according to state law.

The Home School Office receives home school student data from all 236 school districts. This information may be used only for statistical purposes and test administration. The office compiles and publishes a Home School Report in September of each year that provides enrollment statistics for the previous year.

It is our hope that the information contained herein will assist parents/guardians in meeting the requirements of the home school law and regulations.

The Home School Office considers it a privilege to be of assistance to home school parents, school districts and the general public.

Forms:

Rules and Regulations:

 
Related Links Disclaimer: The Arkansas Department of Education (ADE) does not endorse the educational information offered by the organizations listed under the Related Links on this page. The links are provided to assist you with information regarding the home schooling of your child(ren). The ADE is not responsible for the content of any educational material received through these organizations. Please contact these organizations for additional information.

 

For more information, please contact:

Cindy Hogue, Director
Arkansas Department of Education
Division of Learning Services
Four Capitol Mall, Mail Slot 3
Little Rock, AR 72201
Phone: 501-683-5780 FREE
Fax: 501-683-5609

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