Tag: Flagstaff Unified School District

First day for Flagstaff schools. See more education news here

| August 15, 2018
First day for Flagstaff schools. See more education news here

On Thursday, about 10,000 students in Flagstaff went to their first day of school for the 2018-19 school year.

It was the opening day for 13 of 15 Flagstaff Unified School District schools, with the exception of modified year-round schools Killip Elementary and Leupp Public School.

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Volunteers needed for FUSD Teacher Supply Drive on Aug. 10-12. See related and more education news here

| August 7, 2018
Volunteers needed for FUSD Teacher Supply Drive on Aug. 10-12. See related and more education news here

We’re looking for volunteers to help with the Teacher Supply Drive on August 10, 11 & 12!

Click the link below to sign up!

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Volunteers needed for FUSD Teacher Supply Drive on Aug. 10-12. See related news here

| August 1, 2018
Volunteers needed for FUSD Teacher Supply Drive on Aug. 10-12. See related news here

We’re looking for volunteers to help with the Teacher Supply Drive on August 10, 11 & 12! Click the link to sign up! 

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School is just around the corner and so is the Teacher Supply Drive. You can drop off supplies at either Walmart on August 10th, 11th & 12th!  #SchoolSupplies #FUSD1

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Teacher Supply Drive starts Aug. 10. See related news here

| July 25, 2018
Teacher Supply Drive starts Aug. 10. See related news here

School is just around the corner and so is the Teacher Supply Drive. You can drop off supplies at either Walmart on August 10th, 11th & 12th!

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Education on Parade at Flagstaff 4th of July celebration

| July 4, 2018
Education on Parade at Flagstaff 4th of July celebration

Supporters of the Flagstaff Unified School District and other educational groups took part in the 2018 Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce 4th of July Parade.

“Thank you to all who walked with FUSD and to all who cheered us on,” FUSD officials reported on Wednesday. “It was a wonderful morning!  #FUSDpride”

More than 20,000 spectators watched more than 120 floats, classic automobiles, horses and goats, dancers and a marching band on Wednesday.

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FUSD publishes video highlighting students, educators, programs in the district

| June 20, 2018
FUSD publishes video highlighting students, educators, programs in the district

The Flagstaff Unified School District has published a new video highlighting students, educators, programs in the district.

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Flagstaff father designs bulletproof desk to improve school safety. See more Flagstaff area education news here

| May 16, 2018
Flagstaff father designs bulletproof desk to improve school safety. See more Flagstaff area education news here

Horrified after the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida, an Arizona father took it upon himself to try and improve safety for kids at schools. 

John Birdsell, who lives in Flagstaff, started a company called School Security Solutions and designed a school desk made with bullet-resistant fiberglass.

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Flagstaff High, Sinagua Middle, NPA get new state letter grades. See more education stories here

| May 16, 2018
Flagstaff High, Sinagua Middle, NPA get new state letter grades. See more education stories here

The letter grades of two Flagstaff Unified School District schools improved with the recent release of revised grades by the Arizona State Board of Education.

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FUSD posts revised 2018 school year schedule. See more education news here

| May 8, 2018
FUSD posts revised 2018 school year schedule. See more education news here

FUSD has posted a revised 2018 school year schedule.

Unless otherwise notified, FUSD will have the following schedule changes beginning Wednesday, May 9th, through the remainder of the 2018 school year.

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FUSD remains closed Thursday. School districts region-wide react to teacher walk-out

| May 3, 2018
FUSD remains closed Thursday. School districts region-wide react to teacher walk-out

Pending final approval this week by state lawmakers of a budget that could expand the state’s education budget and increase teacher pay, educators in many school districts in Coconino County and statewide could return back to the classroom as early as Friday.

Teachers in many school districts statewide walked out of their classrooms Thursday, April 26 as part of the #RedforEd movement. Since then, hundreds of educators and supporters have been seen carrying signs and wearing their signature protest color t-shirts from the lawn at the Flagstaff City Hall to the thousands gathered in Phoenix.

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