This page consists of frequently asked questions and resources to address different student-related scenarios. We value communication with our parents.
What to do if your child has brought bullying to your attention.
Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior among school-aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. Both kids who are bullied and who bully others may have serious, lasting problems.
If you suspect your child could be being bullied, please do the following:
1. Contact principal
Primary | Darah Bennett 1-800-451-5395
Intermediate | Mindy Bowlin 1-800-451-4882
Middle School | Jessie Hester 1-479-451-0620
Junior High | Beth Stein 1-479-451-1916
High School | Charley Clark 1-800-451-1343
After a meeting is set and the case is discussed, we have a specific set of processes and procedures to address the case. Disciplinary actions may range from detention to expulsion and result in counseling through our behavioral services.
2. If the issue does not seem to be resolved contact superintendent, Keith Martin at 1-800-451-0032
3. Bringing to the board. If the issue is not resolved, the next place to bring the issue is the school board.
How to Get Important Information
The Pea Ridge School District has a Facebook page where we work to provide real-time updates with activities, events, and important topics.
Each building also has a group where communication personnel and teachers share information pertaining to the grade levels in that building.
For emergency information such as inclement weather or evacuations, the information will be sent via email and text through school messenger. It will also be posted on social media but the most immediate response will be through School Messenger.
If you are not receiving these announcements, please call your child’s building registrar to update phone and email information:
High School: 1-800-451-1343
Monday - Thursday: 7:30-4:00
Pea Ridge School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin or disability in any of its policies, practices or procedures.