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Max N. Dyson

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Hamburg School District

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www.ashleynewsobserver.com [cached]

Hamburg School District Superintendent Max Dyson told those attending the district's May administrators meeting that he and school officials are now working on plans dealing with the future of Wilmot Elementary School and its students.


www.ashleynewsobserver.com

Dyson discusses Wilmot case
Hamburg School District Superintendent Max Dyson told those attending the district's May administrators meeting that he and school officials are now working on plans dealing with the future of Wilmot Elementary School and its students. The plans should be ready to be implemented, he said during the meeting, as soon as U.S. District Court Judge Susan Hickey rules in the case. According to records from Dyson's meeting with administrators, Dyson told administrators "we must have a plan in place in case.


www.arbetterbeginnings.com

The Better Beginnings Celebration, held on Oct. 25 at Philander Smith College, featured an education panel made up of Max Dyson, superintendent of Hamburg School District; Laura Bednar, Ed.


The Communications Group | Department of Human Services Celebrates Quality Initiative for Early Childhood Education

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The event also included local speakers on the agenda including: Laura Bednar, Ed.D., assistant commissioner, Arkansas Department of Education Learning Services; Max Dyson, superintendent of Hamburg School District; Rich Huddleston, executive director Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families; Steve Jones, Deputy director, Arkansas Department of Human Services; Walter Kimbrough, Ph.D, president of Philander Smith College; Chad Rodgers, M.D. Arkansas Early Childhood Commission and Fellow and Chapter President of the American Academy of Pediatrics; Tonya Russell, director, Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education with the Arkansas Department of Human Service; John Selig, director, Department of Human Services; PJ Yarbrough, Curriculum Specialist Arkansas State University Childhood Services.


www.searktoday.com

Superintendent of Schools Max Dyson said that the district provided an opportunity for parents to fill out free and reduced price lunch forms, and the forms are then reviewed and approved or denied based on income and the number of people in the household.
Dyson also noted that for those who are approved for reduced price lunches, the district pays the remaining amount due. The superintendent recalled that the board approved the policy of providing cheese sandwiches and milk, "which meets minimum standards" for nutrition. He noted also that, "By law, we don't have to do anything... we do not have to offer a meal." Dyson said in the majority of the cases of past due bills, the parents did not return the free and reduced lunch form. He added that the district has to realize that, "We are going in the hole as far as food service goes.


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