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Bentonville's Ignite program grows in second year

Subscriber only Landon Norman struggled to stay motivated in school until about eight months ago when he heard about a new construction-related class. Continue reading...

Bentonville contract specifies goals for new superintendent

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- The Bentonville School District's new superintendent will focus on upgrading technology, reducing achievement gaps and enhancing career programs during her first year on the job. Continue reading...

Bentonville School Board candidates meet public, answer questions

Subscriber onlyA Bentonville School Board member running for re-election answered questions and criticism from the public Saturday about an employment-related policy change he championed last year. Continue reading...

NWACC president urges connections with students

Subscriber onlyFaculty and staff members can help students succeed by making stronger connections with them, the president of Northwest Arkansas Community College told employees Friday. Continue reading...

Bentonville superintendent's contract outlines goals for 2016-17

Subscriber onlyThe School District's new superintendent will be expected to upgrade technology, reduce achievement gaps and enhance career programs during her first year on the job. Continue reading...

Enrollment up, Rogers superintendent says

Subscriber onlyThe School District's enrollment was 15,233 on the first day of school Monday, about 250 more than it was on last year's first day, according to Superintendent Marlin Berry. Continue reading...

Bentonville district opens $80M campus

More than 1,200 students urged to get involved at new West High School

Subscriber onlyCENTERTON — Principal Jonathon Guthrie stressed two words during his first address to the students of Bentonville West High School: involvement and engagement. Continue reading...

Bentonville's West High School celebrates first day of school

CENTERTON — Principal Jonathon Guthrie stressed two key words during his first address to the students of Bentonville West High School: involvement and engagement. Continue reading...

Cameras keep an eye on school bus riders

Subscriber onlyAs thousands of children board buses each school day, they're being watched -- and not just by the drivers. Continue reading...

Wanted: Teachers Arkansas educators hope for more interest in their field

Subscriber onlyThe number of students enrolled in Arkansas' public schools is growing. The number of people preparing to teach them is not. Continue reading...

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Bentonville Fire Department Capt. Hunter Smith and Kirstyn Tureman hold a T-shirt Tureman designed f...

Bentonville Fire Department Capt. Hunter Smith and Kirstyn Tureman hold a T-shirt Tureman designed for the Bentonville Firefighter...

Published: June 18, 2016

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