Across the district, students excel in the classroom and extracurricular activities guiding them to become future leaders.

Mission Statement

Pulaski County Special School District is committed to creating a nationally recognized school district, which assures that all students achieve at the maximum potential through the collaborative, supportive and continuous efforts of all stakeholders (teachers, administrators, support staff, families, students, communities and businesses).

Programs

PCSSD is excited to expand our DRIVEN School of Opportunity to all of our high schools for the 2019-20 school year.

This innovative program includes flexibility to accelerate through content via digital learning; increased access to teachers, time on task and learning spaces; teacher and community mentors for students; student ownership in the learning initiative; the chance to earn concurrent credit toward a college degree; completion of a digital portfolio; internships and projects and more!

Superintendent:
Dr. Charles McNulty

Number of Schools in the District:
• 16 elementary schools
• 14 include pre-K3 and pre-K4
• 4 middle schools
• 5 high schools

Exciting Projects

• DRIVEN School of Opportunity will expand to our remaining high schools in 2019

• Extensive expansion started in December to be completed July 2019 at Sylvan Hills High

Special Services

• Gifted and talented programs and special education services

Technology

All students have an iPad or Chromebook to use at school and at home.

Graduation Dates

All graduations will be held on Saturday, May 18, at the Jack Stephens Center at UA-Little Rock.

► Robinson - 9 a.m.
► Sylvan Hills - 11:30 a.m.
► Mills - 2 p.m.
► Maumelle - 4:30 p.m.



925 E. Dixon Road, Little Rock
501.234.2000 | PCSSD.org


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