Rogers Schools Seek Solutions to Snow Days

Posted: March 14, 2014 at 5 a.m.

ROGERS -- Snow, ice and slick roads extended the school calendar for Rogers students this year.

At A Glance

School Of Innovation

A council of parents, teachers, staff and students can create alternatives to state standard teaching and administrative practices. The council can request waivers from state rules in the interest of improving learning for students, much like a charter school. School-level ideas will be vetted through the School Board and the Arkansas Department of Education for approval. A schools of innovation designation is granted for four years.

Source: Staff Report

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