News Events Staff Announcements
February 11 - February 24, 2018
Calendar of Events Birthdays
Feb. 11 Sterling Hughes
Feb. 14 Feb. 19 Feb. 12 Brian Harvey
Valentine’s Day Presidents’ Day Feb. 12 Candace Morehead
All state offices will be Feb. 12 Pamela Williams
Feb. 13 Patricia Becker
Feb. 14 Tamera Mack
Feb. 15 Feb. 23 Feb. 14 Herbert Pierce
ARS Through the Looking ARA Meeting Feb. 15 Charley Montengro
Glass Luncheon Central Office Feb. 15 Lesa Thomas
Henderson State University 10:30 a.m. Feb. 15 Nathan Winter
Arkadelphia Feb. 17 Doris Bynum
11:00 a.m. Feb. 17 Latrisha Williams
Feb. 17 Alice Womack
Feb. 18 Paul Shrum
Feb. 18 Kristen Sutterfield
Feb. 19 Trina Walls
Feb. 21 Barbara Starks
The theme for Black History Month 2018
honors “African Americans in Times of
War” like thelegendary Tuskegee Airmen, All of February is CTE
who were highly
decorated for their service in World Month!
Celebrate Black History
ARS Well Represented at Circle of Service Luncheon The
A publication by the
Arkansas Department of
Charisse Childers, Ph.D.
ARCareerEd and Arkansas Rehabilitation Services staff proud to be part of the 2018 ARCareerEd.org
Circle of Service luncheon to honor those who have made a difference for individuals with
disabilities. ARS Staff Members at the luncheon included (l-r) James McCune; Adrienne @ARCareerEd
Robinson, Ed.D.; Chip McAfee, Dale Turrentine, Lisa Kelley, Carl Daughtery, Joseph
Baxter, and Robin Hunt.
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District V and District VI Collaborate at Monthly Meeting
Data Collection System
ARS Field Services District V and District Chief of Field Services Carl Daughtery
VI collaborate to learn and grow during drops by the counselor meeting to observe Arkansas Career Coaches learn
a monthly counselor meeting focusing and offer advice. strategies in Data Collection
on presenting Arkansas Rehabilitation System Training session.
Services information to different audiences.
Arkansas Association of Multicultural Rehabilitation Concerns (AAMRC) Donates Gift Basket
rkansas Association of
AConcerns (AAMRC) donated
a gift basket to the Reunion Plaza
Senior Care & Rehab Center in
Texarkana. The items in the gift basket
were donated by ARS Field Services
District IX, Former ARS District
Manager Freddie Smith and the
Canaan Baptist Church.
Yolanda Graves, Charlotte Moore, Linda Nolen, Assistant Activity Director Sharon
Clipper, and Retired Arkansas Rehabilitation Services District Manager Freddie Smith
present the gift basket to the Reunion Plaza Senior Care & Rehab Center.
Linda Nolen sings while playing the
piano, as Sundra Hamilton sings along. Concerns
Arkansas Career and Technical Education
159,694 of all Arkansas students grades 7–12
are enrolled in CTE courses.
There are 45,108 students who are members of a Career
and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) which
provides skills desired in business and industry.
12,400 secondary students completed CTE programs of
study representing all of the 16 National Career Clusters .