Scott Charter School

Scott Charter School News!!

Dates to remember:

12/12 – Band Concert*

12/18-1/1 – Christmas Break

12/30 – Mustang Basketball*

1/2/18 – Back to School

1/4 – 2nd Quarter Awards Assemblies*

1/13 – Mustang Basketball*

1/20 – Mustang Basketball*

2/3 – Mustang Basketball*

* See below for more information


New Information:

MusicThe Scott Charter School Band will hold their Christmas Concert on Dec. 12 at 6:30 pm, in the Cafeteria.




gGrades will be published to your HAC accounts during the Christmas Break.  Please make sure that you can access your HAC account and that you know your password as we will not be able to assist you during the break.

As a reminder, the link is login is your email address. 

If you don't know your password, please email and be sure to include your student's name.

lostPlease stop by and check the lost and found before the holiday break. Any items that have not been claimed by December 15th will be donated.




January 4 - 2nd Quarter Awards Assemblies

2:00 - 2:30 p.m. 2/3/4 grades

2:30 - 3:00 p.m. 5/6/7 grades

Parents of students receiving awards will be notified.


Continuing Information:

ballMustang Basketball!!

Click here to see the schedule and be sure to go support our Mustangs!





2nd quarter Interim Progress Reports (IPRs) have been published and may be found on your HAC account.

As a reminder, the link is login is your email address. 

If you don't know your password, please email and be sure to include your student's name.

To see the report, you must click the "Grades" button and then select the "IPR" tab.

BTW, there are no grades for kindergarten or first grade.

Please note, this does not work on most mobile devices.




slimeSlime, a homemade or store bought substance, is banned from Scott Charter School.  It is distracting and has no academic purpose.  All slime will be confiscated and thrown away.  Students have been informed of this rule, please make sure they understand.




Menus are posposted on the website on the right side of the screen.  


A few printed copies are available in the office for families that require a printed copy, otherwise, in order to save paper/ink, they are electronically available. 


BoosterClick here to check out the Scott Charter School Booster Club’s Facebook page!  


If you are interested in becoming a room parent, please let your child’s teacher know as soon as possible.


Students are not to carry a credit balance in the cafeteria. Notices about how much money you owe go home on Friday, if your child doesn't bring the money you owe on Monday morning or you have not put money on the account online, the child will not be able to get breakfast and they will receive an alternative meal for lunch.  Please remember you can complete the application for the Free/Reduced Nutrition Program online from the website or pick the forms up in the school office.


School Supply Lists:

Kindergarten          1st  Grade         2nd Grade          3rd & 4th Grade          5th, 6th & 7th Grade

These lists will also be posted on the doors of Scott Charter School.

subSubstitutes Needed!!!

Need a part time job with flexibility?

Looking for a job with hours that won’t conflict with your child’s school hours?

Want a rewarding job that offers bi-weekly pay?

Call WillSub at 1-877-855-7264 or apply online:  Click “APPLY NOW” to start the application process and complete the training videos.


FIDGET SPINNERS AND CUBES ARE NOT ALLOWED ON SCS CAMPUS.  They are considered toys and will be confiscated when seen. Students who have a diagnosed medical need for modifications must have paperwork on file with the office, the teacher, or the Special Education teacher and then another form of modification will be provided.



Although the Lottery took place in March, we are STILL taking student applications for next school year.  Please tell your friends and neighbors that there is a great K-7 school in Scott that they may be interested in for their children.



If you change your email or phone number please be sure to contact us, so updates can be made to assure your receipt of School Messages.  




The 2017-18 School Year calendar has been approved and may be seen by clicking here.




Scott Charter School is collecting Box Tops!  Please send them to school with your student.





Hand Me Downs

If your student has outgrown uniform shirts and pants, and they still have a few good months left of wear please consider donating them to our SCS Uniform Closet.  We are in particular need of sizes 8 - 14 boys shirts and long pants.

If you are not receiving emails or text messages from Mrs. Gross regarding school information or updates, please call the office to let us know. (501) 961.1744.

If you are not able to use the Home Access Center (HAC) to see your child's grades or information please contact or call the Scott office (501-961-1744) for her information.

Based on a recent approval by the state, all students attending the After Care program are entitled to snacks at no charge.



Please be sure to "like" us at our “Scott Charter School” facebook page.


Click the link for the following information:

Free & Reduced Applicaiton

Breakfast Menu

Lunch Menu




Welcome to "School Messenger," our system for sending school messages.  To receive text notifications, parents are REQUIRED to opt in.

To opt in, please text "YES" to 68453, or scan this code with your phone, and you will be set for our new system.  It's that easy!


If you don't opt in, you will NOT receive text notifications from the school.




APCS has chosen a new vendor as our online payment system for student meals.

We are now using "EZSchool Pay"!  

Visit to get started.

 "Registration Instruction" documents can be found here:

"Parent User How-to" can be found here:


Stephanie Harrison
About Us

· There is no tuition for a student to attend SCS.

· SCS will provide a safe, nurturing environment.

· SCS will offer opportunities for enrichment and tutoring based on the individual needs of students.

· SCS will use an extended school day and a highly focused curriculum to improve the academic success of our students.

· SCS will encourage innovative teaching practices to increase opportunities for learning.

· SCS will provide an excellent choice for parents and students

What Scott Charter School will Offer

Continuous Learning:  SCS will utilize assessment results to make decisions that improve student learning and teaching practice.

Responsive Classrooms:  This is an approach that will incorporate students’ social and emotional growth into their academic growth.  Students within SCS responsive classrooms will be challenged, stimulated, safe, and respectful.

Integration of Agricultural Science:  To extend the rigorous college preparatory program, students will be exposed to agricultural science through project-based learning, experiential learning within the community, and hands-on opportunities to use resources surrounding the school community.  Students will have a skill set in agricultural science and technology through real world projects that require critical thinking and problem solving skills.

Extended Instructional Time:  SCS will provide more time on task with an extended day and school year.  This means 183 instructional days at 6.5 hours each day, which equates to over 124 more hours of instruction each year than students in traditional schools.

After School Program:  In addition to more instructional time, an after school program will be available for our students, with drop off as early as 7:00 a.m. and pick up as late as (but no later than) 6:00 p.m.


Lottery Dates

The Maumelle Charter Lottery will be held on March 1st at 4pm in the Falcon’s Nest (the cafeteria).

The Scott Charter Lottery will be held on March 8th at 4:15pm.  Location yet to be determined.

Dress Code

Uniform Policy (simplified version*)

Tops - Any solid color Polo style shirt

Bottoms - Twill beige khaki, black, navy blue, or gray - must be worn at the natural waist level.  This includes Pants, Skirts, Skorts, Shorts & Jumpers.  The length must be no shorter than a dollar bill’s width above the knee (2-5/8 inches).

Shoes - No house shoes, chunky heels, Heely’s, sandals, flip flops or open toed shoes of any kind.

Socks - khaki, black, navy blue, or gray

*For more detail, please see the handbook, located on our website.


We offer tours at the following days/times:


9am on Wednesdays

1pm on Thursdays

High School

1pm on Wednesdays

9am on Thursdays

Please call or email to make your appointment