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Craig's Reading Roadtrip goes to Des Arc, home of Imagination Library
One of the reasons Des Arc is an outperforming school is because of its neighborhood, which can be directly attributed to the Dolly Parton Imagination Library. This is a program that uses community support to get kids a book in the mail once a month.
Craig visits Chicot Elementary, shares fiscal importance of reading
There is serious money being invested in our schools. But, if we fall further behind in reading proficiency, this is serious money being thrown away. This is the big economic reason for the Reading Road trip.
Record rain brings floods to central Arkansas
Record rain brings floods to Central Arkansas
Verify: Is there an age limit for fostering, adoption
Clarke Tucker comments on Vice President Pence campaigning for Rep. Hill
Laura and Adam get rowdy for the Home Field Advantage in Cabot
Cooler temps moving in to Arkansas for beginning of fall | Midday Minute
Friends of the Animal Village | Pet of the Week: Ellen
11 Listens: Conway code enforcement concerns
Metal detectors installed at War Memorial
Craig's Reading Roadtrip goes to Des Arc
Reading Roadtrip: Des Arc Elementary
Spa-Con united nerds and nostalgia
Second graders get their first taste of “The Book with No Pictures” in Reading Roadtrip
Chances are good, that once again the Reading Road Trip made history -- with a book read to the kids that had no pictures.
Craig visits Little Rock's Lawson Elementary, retires 'Rosie Sprout's Time to Shine'
Second graders gathered in the library to hear the book I've read to dozens of other schools: "Rosie Sprout's Time to Shine," by Allison Wortche.
Second graders read along with Craig during his trip to McDermott Elementary
Today, Aug. 23, Craig O'Neill stopped by McDermott Elementary, where second graders read "If You Give A Mouse A Cookie" by Laura Numeroff with Craig.
Advice from a second grader | Cabot Northside students list their favorite books
Craig and second graders from Cabot's Northside Elementary assembled a panel of experts with good, exciting recommendations for parents looking to provide their children with challenging and imaginative stories.
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The City of Jacksonville knew exactly what they would do with $15.5 million: Build a new school. And that's exactly what they did. The Bobby G. Lester Elementary, named for the longtime superintendent of the Pulaski County Schools, opened this fall.
Reading Roadtrip: The end of a marvelous beginning
Wednesday, July 25 marked the end of the 2018 Reading Road Trip Library edition.
The end of summer reading marks a new beginning
Kids of all ages have taken the lifetime reader pledge and now sport blue wristbands as symbols of a commitment to becoming a lifetime reader.
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