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Beth Maris, Little Rock Central High School - In the Running for Arkansas Teacher of the Year (From Arkansas Department of Education - August 23) LITTLE ROCK — Fourteen outstanding teachers have been named 2018 Arkansas Teacher of the Year Regional Finalists. Asa Hutchinson and Arkansas Department of Education Commissioner Johnny Key will recognize the regional finalists at 10 a.m. 30, 2017, in the Old Supreme Court room at the Capitol.During the ceremony, the four state semi-finalists will be announced.It is my goal to instill in students the ability to be self learners by promoting the spirit of inquiry and teaching effective fact-finding skills.We have an exemplary media center, supplied with books, listening center tapes, videos and DVD’s on many different subjects, magazines, computers with Internet access, databases, and playaways (audio books) as well!I am extremely proud of these regional finalists and for the example they have set for their students, colleagues and future educators.” (Aug.15, 2017) — The Little Rock School District and Rock Region METRO have partnered to offer LRSD high school students a fare-free universal transit pass for the 2017-2018 academic year.

I must also teach students how to use the Internet, sifting through websites to locate reliable sources for reports, projects, and research papers.

Kathy Alleva and I am your child’s Media Specialist. Miller School will come to the media center every other week to learn how to use a library and to borrow library materials.

I am looking forward to working with the children in the library. Our media center provides materials and services that meet academic, technical, personal and social needs of the school community.

“The pass lets public high school students, their families and our city’s commuters get more value out of our transit system by reducing traffic and parking congestion, reducing carbon emissions, improving our air quality, and eliminating the need for parents and other caregivers to make additional school drop-off and pick-up trips during peak commuting hours.” The universal pass program debuts Friday, Aug.

18 with an initial rollout to Excel and Metro students.