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District Letter
Melissa Blackburn
Sunday, July 12, 2020

Marmaduke School District is looking forward to the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year. Classes will begin on August 24th. We will be prepared to provide our students with an excellent educational experience in a safe and healthy environment. The health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff are our top priority. In recent years, we have been implementing and continuously improving our already stringent sanitation and disinfection procedures. We are currently following guidance from the Arkansas Department of Health to make sure that we are doing everything necessary to be prepared for the upcoming school year. The efforts made now will reap rewards for the health of our students for years to come. In the coming weeks we will be providing information regarding the current procedures and how we will be making additional improvements for the upcoming school year.

Marmaduke School District is also working in conjunction with the Arkansas Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to continue providing our students with an educational experience which will prepare them for success in the future. We are fortunate that during the last several years our school district has been able to make significant upgrades to our technology infrastructure. These improvements have placed us in a position to take a leadership role in not only surviving, but thriving, in an ever increasingly technological world. You can expect a continuation of the improvements that we have made in the use of technology in order to provide access to educational resources for our students in the classroom, as well as away from the school campus.

We are not only prepared, but confident in our ability to face the challenges of this upcoming school year. These challenges offer us the opportunity to not only sustain but improve upon the high standards maintained by this school district for many generations. We want to say thank you to our patrons for the pride and support that you have shown over the years. Marmaduke will continue to be the best school because the best kids come from Marmaduke.

Keith Richey

Superintendent. Marmaduke School District