Tagged: estem public charter school

School Crossings: Former New England Patriot Visits Alma Mater Hall High

by Little Rock Family Staff 2/29/2016 1:24 pm

Hall High graduate and former member of the New England Patriots, Chris Akins, gave a presentation on work ethic, staying away from drugs and gangs, and the importance of education in his life.

School Crossings: Baptist Preparatory School's New Name, eStem's Expansion Plans and More

by Blair Neel 10/13/2015 12:00 am

It’s not just a new school year for Arkansas Baptist Schools. It’s the 35th anniversary of the school’s founding and they are celebrating in a huge way—they’ve changed their name to The Baptist Preparatory School!

Arkansas Eco-Hero: Mary Smith of eSTEM Public Charter School

by Blair Neel 3/18/2013 12:00 am

Two devotions weave through Mary Smith’s impressive career: environmental education and native habitat conservation. It’s Smith’s love of Arkansas’ natural beauty that fueled more than 20 years of service in public schools and her work with the National Audubon Society and Ozark Natural Science Center.

Out & About: Main Street Food Truck Festival

by Blair Neel 10/1/2012 12:00 am

Find meals on wheels on Main Street in Little Rock October 6 for the second annual festival that celebrates food, activities and shopping.

eStem Holds Soiree

by Staff 6/1/2012 4:28 pm

eStem Public Charter Schools hosted the Stem Soiree event at the Clinton Presidential Center to benefit the school's programs. The event featured live and silent auctions and music by The Big John Miller Band.

The School Carousel

by Mark Friedman 6/1/2012 12:00 am

Changing schools. It can be scary at any age, but the venture was especially nerve-wracking for my sixth-grader.

Arkansas Business Hall of Fame 2012: Walter E. Hussman Jr.

by Arkansas Business Staff 1/30/2012 12:00 am

Hussman took over as publisher of the Arkansas Democrat when it was about 100 years old and he was just 27. The Democrat was losing money – and market share to the rival Arkansas Gazette – each year. And it wasn’t just market share. At that point, the Democrat trailed the Gazette in just about everything. But it had a secret weapon. A new publisher. Who didn’t lose.

Inside the August Edition of Little Rock Family

by Jennifer Pyron 8/3/2011 9:47 am

The back-to-school edition of Little Rock Family features articles and resources you need to wrap your mind around getting the kids ready for school.