Veteran's Day is Tuesday, November 11th and is held every year to thank our veterans and their families for the incredible sacrifices they make for our country. This year our elementary classes will have guest speakers in their classrooms to talk to them about our military. Our middle and high school social studies teachers will talk about Veteran's Day and the importance of this day in their classes. Our 9-10th grade students are invited to an assembly on Veteran's Day at 1:40 pm to honor our veterans. We would like to attend all of our community veterans to join us during our assembly so they may be honored and thanked for their service. We will have a reception after the assembly for our veterans. If you are a veteran and would like to join us or know a veteran that would like to join us, please click "read more" to RSVP. read more . . .
Fathers and father figures of LISA students, please join us for our annual Donuts with Dads event! Our event will be on Tuesday, November 18th from 3:15-3:45 during our club time. All grades are invited to have donuts with their Dads and enjoy a sweet afternoon treat! Please RSVP by November 17th so we can plan numbers and have your students ready to meet you. Fill out a separate RSVP for each student that will be joining you. We look forward to seeing you there! Click "read more" to fill out the RSVP. read more . . .
Dear Parents,If your students are in clubs or study hall this semester please make sure you have paid your fees in full by November 1st so your student is not removed from their clubs. For questions about what you may owe please see our secretaries at the front office or email Ms. Harper at firstname.lastname@example.org Please also remember to pay all outside club teachers on time.
Each year, the Office for Education Policy (OEP) at the University of Arkansas creates a report titled the Outstanding Educational Performance Awards highlighting the highest-performing schools in Arkansas based on the Benchmark and End-of-Course exams. We are pleased to announce that LISA Academy North High School won “High-Achieving High School” OEP award. These awards are based on the OEP-created “school GPA,” calculated on the basis of the percentage of students that perform at a particular level on the End-of-Course examinations in Algebra, Geometry, Biology, and Grade 11 Literacy exam (advanced, proficient, basic, and below basic).Here are the highlights of the report;1st Place in Central Arkansas based on EOC Literacy8th Place in Arkansas based on EOC Literacy2nd Place in Central Arkansas based on EOC Algebra I10th Place in Arkansas based on EOC Algebra IWe congratulate all our students and staff on this accomplishment.Thanks to Parents for continous support to LISA Academy. read more . . .
With 1st quarter behind us, we want to honor all of the hardworking students here at LISA Academy. Please see the schedule below for the times you will want to join us in the cafeteria to celebrate and honor our little scholars:Middle School- Oct. 306th grade at 8:20am7th grade at 9:00am8th grade at 9:45amElementary School- Oct. 31K-1 at 8:20am2-3 at 9:00am4-5 at 9:45am
LISA Academy math department proud to announce that LISA Academy will host ''Math Kangaroo in USA contest'' for the state of ArkansasThis is a nationwide math contest that all grade level can register. There are 100 seats available on a first come first serve basis. Contest here to go the contest website. Click here to see the competition calender. Click here to access available resources. The contest date is Thursday, March 19, 2015: Math Kangaroo Day at 4:00 pm at LISA Academy West Campus high school building. For more info please see Mr.Bayram or email at email@example.comRegister OnlineIn a given year a student can be registered for one participation center/session only.Applicants who have not previously registered , must first create an account before they can register online. To create an account CLICK HERE . read more . . .
Science Fair is one of the most prestigious competitions that we do every year, and this wonderful tradition is only possible with your support. If you would like to take part in this spectacular event, please fill out the form below. We will be accepting applications for judging until December 21, 2014. If interested, Please fill out the form.Science Fair will take place at LISA Academy on Saturday, January 10th, 2015. We encourage everyone to attend.
Today Congressman Asa Hutchinson and former Governor Jeb Bush stopped by LISA Academy to learn more about what LISA does in the area of STEM education. They were treated to some special STEM demonstrations, discuss government with the AP government class, and watch Mrs. Thomason's class perform God Bless America in sign language. We are very proud of all of our little scholars who work so hard each and everyday to impress such special guests!
Dear Parents and StudentsAfter the merger of LISA West and LISA North, www.lisaacademy.org has become LISA Academy District's website.Please go to LISA District website for State Required Information and other district wide news. You can reach the LISA District website by clicking " LISA District" tab in the menu bar of school webpage.
Mrs. Hula was surprised by the Arkansas Chapter of David D. Terry Jr. Chapter 2014 from the Air Force Association as Elementary Teacher of the Year! Along with her recognition, Mrs. Hula received a 2 shirts, a memorial binder, and a check for $250 to be spent at her discretion. For all of her hard work and dedication to earn this award we want to say, great job Mrs. Hula!
LISA Academy representatives were recently invited to speak with the joint House/Senate committee on education in the Arkansas state capital about our best practices. The committee is seeking to define what makes charter schools different from standard public schools. We discussed our successful parent events, hands on learning, and STEM focus.
There's a great opportunity for LISA high school students to work in UALR laboratories with the faculty and other researchers. Working in a lab is a chance to gain valuable hands-on skills and build up their resumes when applying for a College.Please fill the Google Form out by September 7 if interested. This opportunity will be limited to a few students and selection will be done by UALR faculty.https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1aLep1wFDoIs7ySW0Xl0Ic4xq767j_4Su97wy3WIVGII/viewform?c=0&w=1&usp=mail_form_link
Exciting News!! Dr. Rod Paige, the former US Secretary of Education was able to join us on Monday May 12 for a brief tour of our campus. He was very impressed with the diligent students and rigor of LISA Academy. As a leader in education he has seen education at all levels and was very pleasantly surprised at all the accomplishments of LISA students. Dr. Rod Paige and UALR Chancellor Joel Anderson also joined us for the 10th year anniversary on Monday evening as well. We are very appreciative of both gentlemen for taking time out of their busy schedule to join us and experience our education style.
Dear LISA parents/guardians,We would like to thank you all who participated in LISA's 10th anniversary reception and the celebration event, or sent their best wishes to us. LISA Academy's 10th anniversary celebration was a wonderful event with about 800 participants from our community, faculty, staff, parents, and students.You can watch the LISA Academy video that was prepared in recognition of the 10th anniversary, and was shown during the event via our Youtube channel. Here is the link:LINK:"LISA Academy 10th Anniversary Video" Thank you for all of your support to education and to LISA Academy schools. We are looking forward to seeing you at our future events.LISA Academy
On April 14, 2014, the LISA Academy North Robotics team presented to the Senate and House Interim Committee on Education (Senators and Representatives) at the Arkansas State Capitol. Students presented the FIRST Robotics program, which detailed an overview of each of the FIRST Robotics programs and the team’s accomplishments. Students answered several legislator’s questions. The committee seemed impressed, and the team was on thestage about 45 minutes. Special thanks to Chairmen Senator Key and other legislators for giving us this opportunity to spread the word about FIRST Robotics.The students representing the LISA North Robotics team were Jon Penn, Ebon Paddock, Rhett Ward, Zeferin Turturro, Ryan Mars. Mr. Fatih, Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Paddock, and Mr. Akdemir also participated.