Posted Date: 12/05/2021
Camden Fairview School District has joined the second cohort of the Arkansas Rural Educator Network (AREN). AREN is a collaborative effort with the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching (NIET) and Arkansas Association of Educational Administrators (AAEA) to provide professional learning opportunities and support for rural school districts throughout a three-year program. “We are excited to take this opportunity to partner with AREN. Camden Fairview is committed to providing the best support possible for our students and our teachers. AREN is an important piece of that process. We want fresh eyes looking at everything we’re doing and working with us as we identify areas of improvement and work to strengthen all of our learning systems,” said Superintendent Johnny Embry. Camden Fairview is one of 25 districts in Arkansas partnering with AREN.
Pictured (l-r) are CFHS Assistant Principal Nikki Natt, CFSD Assistant Superintendent Tara Armstrong, AREN Specialist Robin Cornet, CFHS Dean of Students Ethan Bumpass, CFHS Principal Cara Bowie, and AREN Director Nicole Bolen. Photo by CFHS yearbook student Breanna Harcrow.