What APSRC Services Can We Offer You?
The Arkansas Public School Resource Center
APSRC is a service-oriented, nonprofit membership organization that offers support, technical assistance and training to charter schools and rural school districts across the state. APSRC’s full-time and highly trained staff provide assistance in five main areas:
- Legal services
- Financial analysis and management
- Teaching and Learning
Membership in APSRC is open to charter schools, rural school districts, educational cooperatives and educationally related entities and businesses. To apply for membership, please call 501.492.4300. We also can help with any questions or requests for assistance in the membership application process.
The Arkansas Public School Resource Center’s annual Fall Conference is a statewide event with strands featuring breakout sessions for superintendents, administrators, teachers and school finance staff. We’re pleased to announce that our 2018 keynote speaker is Michael Bonner, a second-grade teacher from North Carolina.
There is a $20 discount for APSRC members who register before September 1, 2018. Not a member? We’ll give you a $20 discount on the non-member registration fee for signing up early! If you would like to become an APSRC member to benefit from our year-round services and support, click here to learn more.
October 3, 2018, Hot Springs Convention Center
Early-bird registration is now open! Just click here!
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Join APSRC’s finance team as they lead a discussion on best practices in finance and the basics of human resources. Each session is three hours, with “Finance: Best Practices” scheduled for the morning and “Human Resources: The Basics” for the afternoon. Read More
Do you have questions about special ed? About referrals? How to decide if someone qualifies? What to do with transfer students? This session will go over referrals from start to finish. Since paperwork is constantly changing, we will focus on the process first and then relate it to the appropriate paperwork. We will take a walk through the IEP, discussing the common mistakes people make when writing their IEPs. We will talk about what to do when a student transfers into the district with an IEP and the necessary paperwork for those conferences. Read More
A.C.A. §6-20-2204 requires all Superintendents /Open-Enrollment Public Charter School Directors, and “a person whose job responsibilities include preparing the budget or overall accounting responsibility” for the district to attend Tier I Training each year. Join Finance Director Ken Rich and Finance Specialist Kathy Hanlon for a six-hour session that will ensure you remain in compliance with state law. Read More
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