Lonoke Public School District

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  •  Check out the Chartwells September Newsletter

    Chartwells September Newsletter

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  • Kick Start Lonoke

    Lonoke Community Survey

    For communities to thrive there must be a strategic, long-range action plan for the future. Kick Start Lonoke, a joint initiative between UCA and U of A and led by an independent local steering committee, is facilitating this strategic planning process to develop a five year action plan for our community. The first step is to identify top priorities through this short survey to identify priorities. All survey results are completely anonymous. Following the survey, we encourage you to participate in the planning and action process. Impact the future of your community - your input is critical. Please encourage others to participate in the survey, and make your voice heard to positively impact the future of our communities by getting involved in the Kick Start Lonoke process.

    If you would like to fill out the Lonoke Community Survey online, please go to: www.fluidsurveys.com/surveys/uca-edu/lonoke-community-survey/

    Additional hard copies are available at Lonoke City Hall (107 W 2nd St) and all Lonoke public schools (Primary, Elementary, Middle, and High School).

    You can learn more about Kick Start Lonoke at: www.kickstartlonoke.wordpress.com
    Thank you for participating in this survey.


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  • Homecoming Parade

    The Lonoke High School Homecoming Parade will be held Friday, October 7th at 4pm.

    Anyone or any groups who wish to participate need to contact Amanda Platt via email at amanda.platt@lonokeschools.org or via phone at 676.2476.

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  • Calendar Details for Faculty and Staff

    Click here for more information on the workdays, PD days, and other days marked on the 2016-2017 school year calendar

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Mission Statement: The mission of the Lonoke School District is to create an environment that provides all students with academic skills and responsible citizenship.

Vision Statement: The vision of the Lonoke School District is for our students to become responsible and effective leaders of society.