School Officials See Pros, Cons In System

Facilities Rated As To How They Meet Objectives

Posted: December 3, 2012 at 5 a.m.

School superintendents across Arkansas say there is much to like — and much to complain about — in the state Department of Education’s new school accountability system.

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More than 1,000 students could be on the move next year if the Bentonville School Board approves proposed attendance zones for junior high and elementary students on Dec. 1... Read »

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Chicken Cook List Trimmed

Mark Kruger, from left, Rick Stocker and James Willett grill chicken Saturday to raise money for the Heritage High School’s Future Farmers of America in Rogers. Willett said the benefit chicken cooks, held at Second and Locust streets in Rogers, have raised $40,000 for a variety of organizations this year. Each event raises $1,000 to $1,300 for the benefiting group, Willett said.

One man has turned tons of grilled chicken into scholarships, uniforms, equipment and other benefits for loca... Read »