Join The Reform Alliance and the National School Choice Awareness Foundation in celebrating National School Choice Week 2024 from Jan. 20 to 27! All events are FREE!

Jan. 20 – Little Rock

Join us for a school fair to celebrate school choice on January 20th from 10:00am – 2:00pm. Hosted at the Statehouse Convention Center, this event aims to bring awareness to families around the state about education options available with the LEARNS Act. Schools showcased will represent a range of education options like traditional public schools, public charter schools, magnet schools, and private schools, and you’ll get the chance to meet educators and get your questions answered to help you make the best and most informed choice for your family. This event will be fun and family-friendly, featuring a balloon artist,  photo booths, free food and face painters!

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Jan. 22 – Batesville

Join The Reform Alliance for National School Choice Week’s Get Hydrated Crafts Event at the Independence County Library in Batesville Monday, January 22 from 4:30-5:30 pm. Come out and decorate your new reusable water bottle to stay hydrated at school all year!
*Due to limited space, please limit participation to only one adult chaperone per ticket order. Water bottles and decoration supplies will be provided for participating children only.

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Jan. 25 – Jonesboro

Join us at the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s Forrest L. Wood Crowley’s Ridge Nature Center for Kids Wildlife Discovery Day! Learn about Birds of Prey and the American Alligator, then enjoy crafts Thursday, January 25 from 1-4 pm.
Stop by our booth to learn about National School Choice Week and your options in education!
Programming Schedule:
1pm- Birds of Prey
2pm- The American Alligator
3pm- Crafts

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Jan. 25 – Star City

Come join us at the Star City Library to celebrate National School Choice Week 2024! In addition to sharing information about educational options in Arkansas, we will be awarding winners in a bookmark decorating contest for children on Thursday, Jan. 25, at 3:45 pm.