Early voting starts Tuesday, October 26 to November 1, 2021.
"The existing high school’s main academic building, gym, auditorium, annex, and classroom buildings will be demolished to make way for a new three-story building, approximately 238,000 square feet in size. The site work is limited to the area north of the existing creek and includes a new entry drive with traffic signal, new lanes for parent and bus drop off, and parking for employees, staff, and visitors." - Cromwell Architects Engineers
Early voting: October 26 - November 1, 2021
Main Site Early Voting
Offsite Early Voting
Check your voter registration status. If you need to register to vote, you can pick up applications from the Pulaski County Clerk’s Office, the Secretary of State Elections Division, the local revenue or DMV office, a public library, a disability agency, or a military recruitment office. Residents can also request an application be mailed to them. Or the forms can be printed from home in both English and Spanish.
NOTICE: the window to register for the November 2, 2021 election has passed (as of October 2, 2021). You must be registered no later than 30 days prior to the election date.
Voters approved additional 5.0 mills (3.0 to Debt Service & 2.0 to Dedicated M&O)
Debt Service Millage Extension failed 3,941 to 7,184 (35.42% to 64.58%)
Debt Service Millage Extension failed 32,528 to 37,980 (46.19% to 53.81%)
Voters go to the polls (Early voting: Tuesday, October 26 – Monday, November 1)
The success of this millage means a 21st century student entering Little Rock’s public schools, today, will have the opportunity to experience a 21st century, world class education.
It’s one of those rare times in history where everyone is on the same page. I am beyond excited about what all the city will be able to offer so many of our kids, who are our future. There is no better time for a ‘yes’ than now.
The Little Rock Education Association recognizes the importance of the environment in which students learn. This millage extension is an important step in ensuring that the Little Rock School District continues to provide the best learning environment for students and staff, without raising taxes for the citizens of Little Rock.
For the first time in decades, really, things are looking up a little for the Little Rock public schools. But as much as fine new facilities, public schools in Little Rock need the positive spirit of celebration.