We are excited for the opportunity to begin a pre-kindergarten program beginning this school year. Over the next few weeks, the district will begin completing licensing, as well as the registration and application process. We will be very busy, but the opportunity to make a difference for our students and their families is well worth the effort.
We are very fortunate to have qualified for a grant through the Endeavor Foundation. This three-year grant will provide funding for only 20 children meeting Arkansas Better Chance (ABC) requirements to attend at no cost.
Qualifications for the registration/application process are listed in documents on the following page.
If you have any questions, please contact the Elementary School Pre-K staff at 479-846-8106. Please do not call the Elementary office staff
Age Eligibility: (4 year olds)
Pre-K students must be 4 years old on or before August 1, 2015.
Eligible families must reside in the Prairie Grove School District attendance area and show proof of residency.
2015-2016 Income Eligibility:
Family Size: Maximum Income
When to Apply/Register:
PreK registration/application Call 479-846-8106
Please do not send information prior to these dates. Attendance on these dates is necessary to be considered for the program.
Completed application paperwork will be accepted on a first come basis and stamped according to completed information with a waiting list compiled. Registration/application does not secure your child a position in the program. You will be contacted at a later date and after applications are processed.
Required Documentation to bring at registration:
- Child’s birth date verified with (1) of the following:
1. Child’s Birth Certificate 2. Hospital Record
- Proof of residency in the PGSD verified with (1) of the following:
1. Current real-estate property tax receipt and utility bill showing name and address.
2. Rental/Lease agreement and current utility bill showing name and address.
3. Two (2) different current utility bills showing name and address.
- Child’s Social Security Card/Number
- Child’s Up to Date/Current Immunization Record
- 4 year old Health Screening
- AR Kids Card/or Private Insurance (if applicable)
- Income Documentation verified with (1) of the following:
1. Last 4 paycheck stubs
2. 2014 W-2 Statements
3. 2014 Federal Income Tax Return
4. 2014 Form 1040 Schedules C or F (self-employed)
Click here for application information
Student Grades (HAC): If you have a student(s) in grades 3 through 12, you can now access his/her grades online through Home Access Center. If you do not have an HAC account, please contact the appropriate building office where your student attends school. You should expect to see updated grades every one to two weeks.
Public School Choice Act 1227 of 2013: also known as the "Public School Choice Act of 2013," repealed the Public School Choice Act of 1989 and incorporated a new system of public school choice in Arkansas. Act 1227 of 2013 went into effect April 16, 2013.
- Cafeteria Lunch Menu
- School Calendar Dates
- BMEC-HIPPY(Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters)
- Parent's Refrigerator Common Core K-8 Curriculum
- ADE Newsletter
- McKenny-Vento Information
Contact Missy Hixson-Homeless Liaison
National PTA Common Core/PARCC
Parent Involvement Plans - 2015
Parent Involvement Plans - 2014
Here you will find resources for the different Libraries throughout the School District.
American Library Association Description: The American Library Association is the oldest and largest library association in the world, with more than 64,000 members. Its mission is to promote the highest quality library and information services and public access to information. ALA offers professional services and publications to members and nonmembers, including online news stories from American Libraries and analysis of crucial issues from the Washington Office.
American Memory - Library of Congress Description: "The online resource compiled by the Library of Congress National Digital Library Program. With the participation of other libraries and archives, the program provides a gateway to rich primary source materials relating to the history and culture of the United States."
CQ Researcher : Covering today's most important issues and controversial subjects, CQ Researcher has been the choice of students and librarians for over 80 years. ...
Library of Congress Description: Library of Congress Online
Merriam Webster Online Dictionary Description: Searchable Online Collegiate Dictionary and Thesaurus.
Newspaper Links Description: Searchable gateway to your local newspaper.
Occupational Outlook Handbook: The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a nationally recognized source of career information, designed to provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives. Revised every two years, the Handbook describes what workers do on the job, working conditions, the training and education needed, earnings, and expected job prospects in a wide range of occupations.
SIRS Knowledge Source Description: Today's News, Maps of the World, World Almanac 2012, etc.Also provides online access to full-text articles and Internet resources from SIRS reference databases - SIRS Social Issues Researcher Series.
Arkansas State Library Traveler: Traveler databases offer magazine, books, encyclopedias, and other resources to all Arkansas residents.
World Book Advanced: A reference tool for 8th grade and up that includes encyclopedia, multimedia, e-books, and primary source databases, fully integrated in a single search World Book Advanced is a powerful reference tool that includes encyclopedia, multimedia, e-book, and primary source databases, fully integrated in a single search.
|Central Office:||(479) 846-4242|
|Food Service Director:||
|Assistant Superintendent||(479) 846-4229|
|Health and Wellness Clinic||
|Main Office:||(479) 846-4256|
(479) 846-4212 or
(479) 846-4285 or
|Main Office:||(479) 846-4221|
|Attendance Office:||(479) 846-4220|
|Counselor (5-7th):||(479) 846-4237|
|Counselor (8th):||(479) 846-4285|
|Main Office:||(479) 846-4211|
|Main Office:||(479) 846-4210|
|Health and Wellness Clinic:|
Contact Us: (479) 846-8100
Prairie Grove School District has opened a School Based Health Clinic in the intermediate Building on the Prairie Grove School Campus. The center is a community clinic designed to server students as well as our community members. The goal of this clinic is to promote the overall health of the Prairie Grove students so they can fully benefit from their educational program. The services offered include:
- Primary care for illness and injury
- Comprehensive annual exams
- Prescription medications
- Mental Health services
- Health Promotion and Prevention Programs
- Dental scrennings for students
- Comprehensive vision screenings with glasses dispensed as needed
Not only does the clinic serve our students, but is also open to our community members. We offer some early morning hours as well as some late afternoon hours to help accommodate all of our community.
ALL students attending the district are eligible to enroll in the School Based Health Center. If your child does not have insurance, please contact the Wellness Clinic for more information on ARKids First. If you already have an insurance provide, we will be happy to work with them to see that your child gets the best care. We are NOT trying to replace your regular source of health care.
Enrollment packets have been sent home with your child. We would ask that you fill them out and send them back to your child's school or the Wellness Clinic as soon as possible. Parent consent IS REQUIRED, except in situationsnoted on the Parent Consent forms, before your child can be seen.
Please contact your SCHC Coordinator, Carmel Perry, for further information about health services available to you and your child. You are welcome to call the office anytime at 1-479-846-4211 ext. 3307
We are so excited to server you and your child here at the Prairie Grove Health and Wellnes Clinic!
Permission to Transport Form (English)
Prairie Grove School District has partnered with Community Clinic and we are excited to announce the opening of our new Prairie Grove Health & Wellness Clinic!! The clinic's opening day will be . The hours of operation are - , except Wednesdays. On Wednesdays the clinic will be open from . The medical provider is Marie Chantal Crosse, APRN. The clinic is open to students, staff, the community & surrounding communities. Please call 846-8100 or 1-855-438-2280 to make an appointment. Contact the clinic, Carmel Perry at 846-4211 ext. 3307, or your school nurse with any questions.
Welcome to the Calendars page,
here you will find the different public Calendars for the Prairie Grove School District.
Monthly Calendars (PDF)
A fun-filled family resource festival
SPECIAL ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS!
A vendor fair for parents
The Arkansas Department of Human Services Mobile Office will be on site to assist with registration for DHS services
PRESENTED BY: Altrusa International Club of WashingtonCounty
FOR: Families in Lincoln, Prairie Grove and West Fork are invited to join the activities and plus FREE SCHOOL SUPPLIES, K-12, and FREE LUNCH and FREE HAIRCUTS!
WHEN: Saturday, August 8 from noon to 2 p.m.
WHERE: Prairie Grove High School
Sponsors include Harps Foods, Bank of Fayetteville, Ozarks Electric Cooperative, United Bank, Cox Communications, Prairie Grove Telephone Co.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
*While supplies last
Common Core State Standards Initiative Introduction video
National PTA Common Core
- English Language Arts Standards (includes social studies & science literacy frameworks)
- Math Standards
- Frequently Asked Questions
- English Language Arts Mapping Project
- Ohio Department of Education Literacy Samples & Model Curriculum
- Ohio Department of Education Math Samples & Model Curriculum
- North Carolina's Unpacking Literacy
- North Carolina's Unpacking Math
- Kansas SDE Common Core Resources-Math
- Kansas SDE Common Core Resources-ELA
- National Math and Science Initiative Free Lessons
- National Math and Science Initiative SAT Vocabulary
Project Based Learning: