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Rogers Assistant Principal Receives State Honor

Posted: January 8, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Lance Arbuckle, Rogers High School assistant principal, right, laughs while Richard Abernathy, executive director of Arkansas Association of Educational Administrators, speaks on Monday at the school. Arbuckle was recognized by the organization as the state’s assistant principal of the year.

Involvement with students and community earned Lance Arbuckle recognition as Arkansas High School Assistant Principal of the Year on Monday.

At A Glance

Lance Arbuckle

• Arbuckle has been assistant principal at Rogers High School since 2009.

• He was principal at Leavenworth High School, in Kansas in 2008; assistant principal at Olathe Northwest High School from 2003 to 2008; and assistant principal at El Dorado High School in 2002.

• Arbuckle was a science teacher at Bentonville High School from 1997 to 2002.

• Arbuckle was named principal of the Rogers New Tech High School, a charter high school option opening in Rogers this fall that will focus on project and technology-based learning.

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