Polk County Schools

Mena Public Schools

Each child learns to his fullest potential, has positive self-esteem, maintains peace of mind, and is accepted by peers, teachers, and the community. All people are productive and participate in educational, social, and community life activities. The community is responsible with families and schools to provide a safe environment, to educate, to enrich, and to assist with resources and opportunities for all children. Families participate in the child's learning and social education by knowing what the system is teaching and incorporating it in everyday life. Communication unifies and coordinates curriculum and enhances daily life skills, work atmosphere, and overall growth. Teachers, students, community: together we can make good things happen.

Mena Public Schools

Ouachita River Schools Acorn/Oden

Public School Choice in Arkansas allows students to attend a public school in a district other than the one in which they reside.  The applications must be made by May 1, 2016, to qualify for provisions under the Arkansas Public School Choice Act of 2013. 

Ouachita River School River

Cossatot River Schools

The Cossatot River School District, a caring learning partnership of students, parents, staff, and community will empower all students through innovative and exemplary educational practices, with the knowledge, skills and critical thinking abilities to become contributing and responsible members of a global society.

Cossatot River School District

Rich Mountain Community College

Founded in 1983 in Mena, Arkansas, RMCC is a comprehensive, learning-centered community college of approximately 1000 students providing a broad range of programs, services, and learning opportunities to its students and citizens in its service area. Those programs and opportunities include: transfer and technical degrees and courses; professional, workforce, and personal development; Adult Basic Education; English as a Second Language; GED; student support and outreach programs; and financial aid including grants and scholarships (federal, state, and local). In addition to the main campus in Mena, RMCC maintains a permanent off-campus site in Waldron, approximately 30 miles north of Mena. More more information about the history of RMCC at this rmcc.edu link.

Rich Mountain Community College

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