When COVID-19 began sweeping across the United States in early March, many schools experienced a similar timeline of temporary closures and initial tentative planning, which then turned into full-scale emergency planning and an immediate switch to fully-remote instruction. Central Arkansas Christian Schools’ experience looked a lot like that. The independent private school, with three campuses located in Little Rock, North Little Rock, and Maumelle, Arkansas, was founded in 1971 and has about 800 students enrolled.

Tracy Crawford, FACTS’ K-12 customer relationship manager, spoke to Director of Communications Rachel Brackins about Central Arkansas Christian Schools’ exceptional, consistent communications plan and their pivot to distance learning and remote instruction.

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