1. Go to Edmodo to sign up for a parent account.
2. To view your child’s classes, enter your parent code. To get your parent code, you can contact the school at (501) 682-7550 or find the parent code in the bottom left corner of your child’s Edmodo page.
3. Sign in to Edmodo frequently to view your child’s homework assignments, classwork, and announcements from teachers.
Lauren Chapman holds degrees from Grand Canyon University (M.Ed. in Ed Leadership and Supervision, 2006) and the University of Alabama in Huntsville (BA in Elementary Education, 1996). She has served as a teacher, literacy instructional leader and coaching mentor, assistant principal, principal and CEO during her 20 year career. She has assisted teams both in turn around and start up school management and is committed to the belief that all students should have access to high quality education and that parents should have choice in where to send their children to school. In her free time Ms. Chapman is an avid reader, trivia and Netflix enthusiast, and enjoys camping, quiet time in the outdoors, and spending time with her family.
Jake Boyce couldn't be more excited to begin his teaching career here at Covenant Keepers. His primary focus is to help students achieve and succeed at any level. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in Health Science from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and will be graduating in December with his master's in Middle Childhood Education from UALR.
Samiya Salih has taught math for 20 years. She graduated in 1994 from Baghdad University with a bachelor's degree in mathematics. She came to the U.S. in 2009 and earned a master's degree in mathematics and statistics from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. She taught there before coming to Covenant Keepers.
John is dedicated to helping students improve their educational skills to help them succeed in school. He has been in Special Education for the past 30 years. On his time off, he enjoys traveling through Europe. His favorite time of year is Christmas, where he and his gang of elves create large displays at his home - often making the newspaper.
Kevin Young was raised in North Little Rock and brings his passion for inspiring others to audiences across the nation. After working for several years for both the private sector and the Federal Government, Kevin decided to use his skills and life experience to inspire others to take action and discover the greatness within. He graduated from the University of Central Arkansas and has worked as a manager for FedEx. In 2010, Kevin established Let's Talk, a mentorship program that motivates teens to excel inside and outside the classroom. In 2013, he established One More Movement, an organization that teaches personal and economic empowerment for adults. In addition to being an inspirational speaker, Kevin is authoring his first book and is also the co-founder of Money FUNdamentals, an interactive program designed to teach teens and adults the fundamentals of financials. When not delivering his upbeat motivational programs, Kevin enjoys spending time with his 4-year-old son, Karson, who enjoys counting to 50, spelling his name, and learning new facts about dinosaurs.
Ms. S. Dunlap is new to Little Rock, but she has been a teacher for over five years. She is from Memphis, TN and is the mother of a 13 month old son, Aydin. She’s a graduate of The University of Tennessee at Martin and also holds a Masters degree from Union University of Germantown, TN. She is currently pursuing a law degree from UALR William H. Bowen School of Law. In her spare time, she enjoys being on mommy-duties, traveling, reading and shopping. She is excited to join us here at Covenant Keepers Charter School and looks forward to making a positive difference with students’ learning progress and overall growth. Ms. Dunlap encourages her students to follow the words of Anthony J. D’Angelo: Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow
From Pine Bluff, AR went to high school at Watson Chapel. Played football and baseball in college at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. I also played professional baseball for an independent league in California. I'm the youngest of three boys. In my spare time I like coaching youth sports, bowling, and watching movies. Also I believe in focusing on core values in students. "To better yourself you have to know your strong points and weak points."
Mr. Hoffmann, or Mr. H, is a second year teacher with a strong passion for social studies. Above all else, he believes in building quality rapport with his students. He has been married to his wife Madison, who is also a teacher, for five years. Mr. H. is a musician, an avid sports fan, and photographer. He and his wife love to travel and learn of all cultures. Mr. Hoffmann is committed to opening the minds of young scholars and teaching integrity, tolerance, and hard work to all.
My name is Heldy White, and I have had the privilege of being a part of Covenant Keepers family and I am proud to call CK my new home. I always knew I wanted to be a teacher, even when I was young. I always enjoyed helping others learn and grow. This is my second year teaching ESL I truly enjoy working with the students. I decided to pursue my education by attending UALR, I earn my bachelor's degree in Spanish Language. I enjoy traveling and getting to know other cultures, cooking and spend time with my family and friends.
Mrs. Martin, has served Elementary, Middle and High School students in Spanish Immersion Programs, Spanish as a Second Language, and ESL classes for the past 26 years. She finds joy to see students communicate in both languages. Mrs. Martin loves mentoring students and volunteering in activities that benefit our community. Attending Mardi Gras Parades, traveling around the country, spending time with family are some of her favorite pastimes.
Known as Sr. Martin believes that “Education is Redemption”, he has served as classroom teacher, Assistant Principal, Principal, Director of School Culture and School Administrator in the Elementary, Middle and High school levels for the last 29 years. He is delighted to volunteer and assist students in developing their physical, emotional, intellectual, and moral powers.
Mrs. Hill has been a part of the CK Family since 2008. She loves working with "At-Promise" students, and helping to make sure they succeed in life. Her philosophy is "It Takes A Village" to guide students and ensure we give them the tools needed to be successful in life. When she is not working she loves to READ! She truly feels that if you want to learn and get ahead in life, it starts by picking up a book.