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Students in the UAMS - University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences dental hygiene program are accepting new patients this semester. A new clinic will be opening in February to serve new patients of all ages. Call (501) 686-5733 to make an appointment. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence view image

PCSSD about 19 hours ago
PCSSD

The Arkansas Department of Education has created the Statewide Community Resources Portal to connect schools and communities with much needed information about available COVID-19 support services around the state. https://www.pcssd.org/article/384423?org=pcssd #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence view image

PCSSD 1 day ago
PCSSD

That feeling when it's Friday, but the school day isn't quite over yet. Happy Friday, y'all! The weekend is almost here. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence view image

PCSSD 3 days ago
PCSSD

January is School Board Appreciation Month and we asked our board members to share a little about themselves. Tina Ward has two daughters and two grandkids. Her hobbies include singing, dancing, road trips and bargain shopping! #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence view image

PCSSD 4 days ago
Sonya Whitfield

4th grade students in Mrs. Jones' science class are using the scientific method to test their hypothesis. view image

Sonya Whitfield 4 days ago
Sonya Whitfield

"We were trying to figure out if the temperature of water affects the rate of dye dispersing in the water? I predicted that the temperature will change how the dye disperses in water because when you put some dye it might go faster in hot water and slower in cold water. The data showed the cold water took 15:05 minutes for the dye to disperse, the hot water took 22 seconds for the dye to disperse, and the room temperature water took 7:06 to disperse the dye. I concluded that the cold water had less energy because there was less heat. The room temperature water was faster than the cold water and slower than the hot water. The hot water mixed faster than both because heat is energy and energy makes things move faster." Special Thanks to 4th grader, Sally C. for providing experiment details. view image

Sonya Whitfield 4 days ago
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