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Central Office Personnel:
Mr. Denny Rozenberg, District Superintendent
Mrs. Kaye Livingston, District Treasurer
Mrs. Keshia Humphries, District Secretary
Mrs. Morgan Word, District Receptionist
Please call toll-free 1-833-423-2733
Administration Fax # (870) 687-3683
Elementary School Fax # (870) 687-3794
High School Fax # (870) 687-2514
Special Education Office Fax # (870) 687-2299




It is our vision and mission that each student in the Bearden School District is encouraged, motivated, and prepared to achieve their current and future goals.


•All Children can learn and should be encouraged, motivated, and their achievements acknowledged.

•All students should be treated fairly.

•You should treat students how you want your own children to be treated.

•Teachers, staff, and students should show mutual respect.

•Our teachers should be prepared.

•You shouldn’t ask people to do what you’re not willing to do or have done.

•Character and work ethic are important in achieving your goals.

•A key part of a student’s education is citizenship skills.

•Students and staff need a safe environment in which to learn / teach.


  Adopted by Bearden School Board on 7 April 2016


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At  Bearden Public Schools masks are NOT mandatory.

Dear Bearden Parents and Community:


The coronavirus crisis has made it necessary to think, act, and work differently in the world around us. The strategies in our Ready for Learning plan are based on guidance from the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) and Division of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). Our goal has been to maximize educational opportunities while keeping the safety of our students, staff, and community as our first priority. Currently, the ultimate goal is to return all students to face-to-face instruction.


Over the past three months, our Ready for Learning committee has gathered input from parents, teachers, and community members focused on returning our students to school for the 2020 - 2021 school year. In addition, the committee researched and analyzed information from multiple state, governmental, and public health agencies to develop the Ready for Learning plan.


August 24th, 2020 will be the first day of school for the Bearden School District. For the first week of school we will divide our students into two groups, Group A and Group B. Group A students will attend school on August 24th and 25th. Group B students will attend school on August 26th and 27th. We will utilize the first week of school as an orientation week to prepare our students for the school year. A and B Groups will only be used for the first week of school; or if an outbreak of COVID-19 requires us to reduce the number of students on campus each day.  


Due to the coronavirus, families have two options for instruction for their students.


  • Option 1, Traditional Learning - students will go to school buildings five days per week. Students will learn through face-to-face instruction.


  • Option 2, Distance--Remote (Virtual) Learning - all learning will be online. Teachers will provide instruction and use a variety of learning platforms depending on the grade, course, and content area.



Thank you for your support,


Denny Rozenberg, Superintendent


Richard Lachowsky, Media Specialist
635 N. Plum St.
Bearden, AR  71720