eStem East Village K6, about 22 hours ago
March 30th: It’s Make Something Monday #msm! This week, Mrs. Abernathy is asking her 3rd-6th grade Art students to make a color wheel using objects from home. See a video and detailed instructions on Google Classroom! P.S.Save junk mail and TP rolls for future projects! @eastvillagek6 see pic
eStem PCS, about 23 hours ago
AMI Top 10 Tips for Successful Learning at Home #1 - Create a schedule that works for your family. Pick times to work together & independently and schedule breaks too! Make this work for your family & create a routine where your child - and you - can be successful! see pic
eStem PCS, 1 day ago
AMI kicked off again today, & we want to help your family navigate this time successfully! We will share our top tips for Learning at Home. Check back each afternoon for tips! Our teachers are available throughout the school day. If you have questions or issues, reach out! see pic
eStem High School, 4 days ago
Class of 2020, don't forget Herff Jones will be at the school this Monday, March 30. Your graduation items will be distributed BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please check your email for directions! If you have any questions email firstname.lastname@example.org @eStemHighPCS
eStem High School, 11 days ago
We hope that everyone is doing well and staying healthy! Please click the link below to view this week's newsletter for important updates on scheduled events. https://5il.co/e08f
Since opening in the summer of 2008, the eStem Public Charter Schools have endeavored to create a student-centered, collaborative, and innovative learning environment in the heart of the state of Arkansas. Located in the thriving financial district of downtown Little Rock, our schools currently serve more than 3,000 students who reflect the racial, ethnic, and economic diversity of the city. Our schools are regularly recognized for the strong academic achievement and growth of our students. We attribute this success to our unique school culture focused on humility, enthusiasm, authenticity, reflection, and trust.
Our name is derived from an acronym representing five pillars of a 21st century educational experience: economics, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. We believe these academic areas serve as the foundation for a comprehensive, interdisciplinary educational approach for all students.
As a system of five open enrollment public charter schools, our doors are open to any student who is a resident of the state of Arkansas. We are not affiliated with any local school district but are contractually accountable directly to the Arkansas State Board of Education. Due to the extremely high number of applicants our schools receive, we conduct random, anonymous lotteries during the month of March each year to determine which students will be offered the opportunity to enroll at eStem.Learn more
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