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2015-16 Academic Calendar and Summer Schedule

School will be open between 9 am and 3 pm during the summer break.

Elementary School Check in date: Tuesday, August 4th. 9 am to 4 pm.
Middle&High School Check in Date: Wednesday, August 5th, 9 am to 4 pm.
Kindergarten Screening: Thursday, August 6th, 9 am to 12 pm.

The First Day of School: Monday, August 17, 2015.

Please click the link to see whole 2015-16 School Year Calendar; Click here for Calendar

LISA Academy wishes you a restful summer break. We look forward to seeing you in another successful school year.

Summer Reading Assignments

LISA Academy has a tradition of summer reading. In keeping with the mission of LISA Academy to guide all students in gaining knowledge, skills, and the attitude necessary to direct their lives, improve a diverse society, and excel in a changing world a rigorous summer reading is required of all students. This summer LISA Academy students will engage with complex and diverse texts.

Our elementary students will have ONE mandatory text to read over the summer, complete the assigned project for reading as well as a math enrichment packet to be turned in on August 21, 2015.

Our middle and high school students are required to choose and read ONE book with their parents assistance from the list and complete an assignment to turn in the first week of school. Students will be provided the assignment on the first day of class. It will be due August 21, 2015.

For elementary school information see the following link: Click here to downlad pdf

For middle and high school information see the following link: >Click here for the website
*Extra credit may be available for those students who choose to read more than one book.

School Supply List for 2015-2016 School Year

Kindergarten School Supply List
First Grade School Supply List
Second Grade School Supply List
Third Grade School Supply List
Fourth Grade School Supply List
Fifth Grade School Supply List
6-8 Grade School Supply List
9-12 Grade School Supply List

LISA Academy North "I Love LISA" Campus Improvement Project

Announcing our newest project, the "I Love LISA" campus improvement project.  Over the next year, we will raise funds toward these school-wide enhancements that will allow us to serve students better and improve our school's appearance. Please consider donating to this worthy cause. You may either make online donation through link below or you can give check/money order to the front office.

Click here to donate online.

We appreciate your support very much.
For questions please contact to Mrs. Ward at

1st Annual STEM Festival Success

On April 24, 2015 LISA Academy along University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR), USA Science Festival, Arkansas Innovation Hub, Museum of Discovery and Engineering for Kids hosted the first Annual Arkansas STEM Festival to celebrate science, technology, engineering and math in Little Rock. A great variety of exploration stations provided hands-on activities that brought an opportunity for engagement and exchange between children, teens, families, and local STEM professionals. We were pleased to have special guest supporters in attendance including the Arkansas State Attorney General Leslie Rutledge, UALR Chancellor Dr. Joel Anderson, Arkansas Department of Education Deputy Commissioner Dr. Mike Hernandez, along with many other great supporters. We hope to see everyone next spring for to support this annual event and show what great progress the state of Arkansas is making in STEM education.

U.S. Senator Boozman's Message

U.S. Senator Cotton's Video Message

Quiz Bowl Teams Wins 3rd Place in State Competition

LISA North High School Quiz Bowl team competed on April 11, 2015 in Morrilton, AR at the UACCM. There were 14 teams competing for the 1A State Finals for Quiz Bowl championship.
LISA North finished in 3rd place over the entire state for 1A schools. All members of the team were able to contribute to the day, and both Sam Wirges and Manny Bettadapura were awarded with All Tournament awards for their outstanding individual performances.

Great Success at Junior Regional Science Fair

Our students competed in the Junior Regional Science Fair on Saturday, April 11, 2015. They all did really well with their presentations and represented our school well.

Ibrahim Suid received 2nd Place in the Jr. Science Academy Paper Competition for Behavioral Sciences.
Marti Boren received 1st place in the Jr. Science Academy Paper competition for Behavioral Sciences.
Evelyn Huynh received second place in the Jr. Science Academy Paper Competition for Earth and Space Science.
Ben Daniels received first place in the Jr. Science Academy Paper Competition for Earth and Space Science.
Evelyn Huynh and Jennifer Guthrie both won the office of naval research Naval Science Award.
Ibrahim Suid won 3rd place in the Science Fair Board Presentation for Behavioral Sciences.
Evelyn Huynh won 2nd place in the Science Fair Board Presentation for Earth and Plant Sciences.
Gabe Gallegos won 3rd place in the Science Fair Board Presentation for Energy and Transportation.
Ian Hickling won 2nd place in Science Fair Board Presentation for Environmental Management.
Jennifer Guthrie won 1st place in Science Fair Board Presentation for Environmental Management.
Kaitlyn Rouse won an Honorable Mention in the Science Fair Board Presentation for Environmental Science.

Evelyn Huynh and Jennifer Guthrie were awarded the BROADCOM Masters Award and has the eligibility to compete at the next level for a chance to attend a week long STEM camp at Washington DC. This is the equivalen of a grand prize.

High School Courses Sign Up

High School Students,
New course sign up is available for current 8th and up grades for 2015/2016 school year. Deadline for registration is Friday, April 10, 2015.
Click here for

"9th Grades Registration Form"

"10th Grades Registration Form"

"Juniors Registration Form"

" Seniors Registration Form"

Free Summer Meals

Did you know that free healthy meals are available to kids during the summer?
It is very simple; you only have to be 18 years of age or younger to receive free summer meals. You do not have to complete a meal application, live in a certain area or have a certain income to participate in the summer meals program. Kids visiting you from out of state may also enjoy free summer meals.
Where can my kids, family and friends get free nutritious summer meals?
There are many facilities across our state offering free healthy meals such as churches, libraries, schools and apartment complexes. You may also see a summer meals van driving in an area near you. Many of these sites serve breakfast and lunch, some locations also serve snacks and supper.
Please check out the website below, click Summer Food Service Program and enter your zip code. A map will show the name, address, phone number and serving times nearest you where children 18 years of age or younger can enjoy free nutritious summer meals.
(Click*****Parents - Locate a Special Nutrition Provider Near You!!!***** In the program field selects Summer Food Service Program to find a location).

You may also find meal sites anywhere in the US by calling toll free 1-888-4KI-D4AR ext. 4AR (1-888-454-3427 ext. 427) or 1-866-3-HUNGRY (1-877-8-HAMBRE for Spanish speakers) for summer meal locations.

Non-discrimination Statement: The U.S Department of Agriculture prohibits discrimination against its customers, employees, and applicants for employment on the bases of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, gender identity, religion, reprisal, and where applicable, political beliefs, marital status, familial or parental status, sexual orientation, or all or part of an individual's income is derived from any public assistance program, or protected genetic information in employment or in any program or activity conducted or funded by the Department. (Not all prohibited bases will apply to all programs and/or employment activities.)
If you wish to file a Civil Rights program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, found online at,or at any USDA office, or call (866) 632-9992 to request the form. You may also write a letter containing all of the information requested in the form. Send your completed complaint form or letter to us by mail at U.S. Department of Agriculture, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, by fax (202) 690-7442 or email at

Masterful Short Game

Makenzie Lee, an elementary student here at LISA was recently recognized in the Arkansas Democrat Gazette newspaper for her outstanding golf performance. The Gazette reported, "Makenzie Lee of North Little Rock is one of 80 junior golfers in four age divisions representing 30 states and 2 Canadian provinces who will participate in the second annual Drive, Chip, and Putt Championship National Finals in Augusta." We are so proud of Makenzie and wish her all the best of luck on her upcoming competition. We will all be cheering her on Sunday as we watch her on the Golf Channel beginning at 8am.

First place in the regional Science Fair

On Tuesday March 10, 2015, Marti Boren, Chaden Hall, and Yahya Suid represented LISA Academy North in the Central Arkansas Regional Science Fair Senior Division.

All three demonstrated exceptional dedication to science and represented LISA well. Yaha Suid placed first place in Junior Science Academy with his paper over his science experiment. He also placed first place in the regional fair itself. Yahya also received honorable mention overall. If one of the top three overall students are not able to attend the ISEF competition in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He has been invited to showcase his work in the State Science Fair and Junior Science Academy to be held April 3-4, 2015.

LISA Academy North is the First Place Winner in Quiz Bowl Jr. High Tournament

On Feb 7th, LISA Academy North Team placed first in the Quiz Bowl Jr. High Tournament. Congratulations to the team and Coach Ms. Putman. 

Also Christropher Akel was awarded MVP of the entire day, as well as placing in All-Star.

Our Team will participate in State Tournament on Feb 28 at Nemo Vista.


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