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Advisory boards named for Pulaski, Helena school districts

Posted By on Mon, Sep 9, 2013 at 12:40 PM

The Pulaski County and Helena-West Helena School Districts remain under state control but Education Director Tom Kimbrell today named community advisory boards for the districts. They are to meet monthly and talk about progress in curing fiscal distress, meet with others in the district, conduct student disciplinary hearings and make recommendations and otherwise support the districts. Appointees:

* PULASKI COUNTY: Zone 1, Daniel Gray; Zone 2, Tjuana Byrd; Zone 3, Margie Snider; Zone 5, Lindsey Gustafson; Zone 6, Dr. Julian McMurry, and Zone 7, Susie Marks. The Zone 4 seat was left open.

* HELENA-WEST HELENA:Dr. Steven Murray, representing Zone 1; Mr. Doug Friedlander, representing Zone 2; Mr. Lynn Boone, representing Zone 4; Mrs. Betty Hendrix, representing Zone 5; and Mr. Nathan Bagley, representing Zone 7


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