NBRS Badge for M.A. Hardin Elementary School
M.A. Hardin Elementary School - Redfield, AR
M.A. Hardin students showing their C.U.B.S pride!
M.A. Hardin Elementary is located in Redfield, Arkansas and is one of six schools in the White Hall School District. Hardin has an enrollment of approximately 245 students served by 30 staff members. Hardin has been designated as a High Achieving School by the state of Arkansas . We fulfill our mission of "each child achieving success academically, socially, emotionally, and physically" by setting high expectations and providing rigorous and engaging instruction. We feel that our staff’s strengths are sharing ideas and collaborating in professional learning communities. Our staff uses current research and test data to make informed decisions to implement best practices for student learning and engagement. This environment allows for our staff to monitor student progress and to insure that students are successful and achieving. At Hardin we offer several enrichment opportunities. Our Title I program offers small group instruction to students in math and reading. We also provide specialized instruction and assistance in Special Education, Gifted & Talented, & Character Education. Student success is attributed to the family atmosphere that is fostered by our teachers, staff, parents, and community. We work closely with our parents and community partners through our PTO and community activities. We offer many activities and programs throughout the school year that allows our parents and community to be involved in our student’s education. We feel that Hardin Elementary is a unique and wonderful situation. A tradition of excellence has been established and we embrace the challenge of continuing that tradition.
M.A. Hardin Elementary School
700 Schoolwood Drive
Redfield, AR, 72132-0250
Mr. Jeff Michael Glover, Principal at time of Nomination
Title I School, Choice School
White Hall School District
Each child will achieve success academically, socially, emotionally, and physically.
- Black/African American: 4%
- White: 89%
- Hispanic: 3%
- Asian: 3%
- Native American: 1%
- Economically Disadvantaged: %