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Flagstaff STEM City — Summer is here! Flagstaff has an assortment of activities for all ages. Check out some of the summer fun below. Also see related countywide Summer Camp, Summer Reading and related stories here

| June 20, 2018
Flagstaff STEM City — Summer is here! Flagstaff has an assortment of activities for all ages. Check out some of the summer fun below. Also see related countywide Summer Camp, Summer Reading and related stories here

• Summer Day Camps at the Museum of Northern Arizona
• Kids Square: Worms! at Willow Bend environmental center
• Wednesday Weed Walks by Flagstaff Open Space
ª Concert Series at The Arboretum at Flagstaff

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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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Legislative Wrap-Up: What the new budget and bills mean for K-12 schools (+ Infographics)

| June 13, 2018
Legislative Wrap-Up: What the new budget and bills mean for K-12 schools (+ Infographics)

What will the Arizona Legislature’s Fiscal Year 2019 budget and the key bills that were approved this session mean for K-12 public schools during the next school year?

Education advocates main goals this year were to secure additional district additional assistance funding, protect the 1.06 percent teacher pay stipend and move it into base level funding, and seek additional building renewal funding, said Chris Kotterman, governmental relations director for Arizona School Boards Association.

“Obviously, all those things did happen and then some,” Kotterman said during a recent Legislative Wrap-Up webinar.

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Public schools to get 280 new buses from lawsuit settlement

| June 13, 2018
Public schools to get 280 new buses from lawsuit settlement

More than 280 aging – and presumably high-polluting – school buses are going to be replaced, at no cost to Arizona taxpayers.

Gov. Doug Ducey announced (on June 8) he intends to use more than half of the $59 million the state is getting as its share of a nationwide settlement with Volkswagen to replace buses that are at least 15 years old and have more than 100,000 miles on them.

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Learn How Your Vote Impacts Education Decision-Making at the State, County and Local Level. More education news here

| June 13, 2018
Learn How Your Vote Impacts Education Decision-Making at the State, County and Local Level. More education news here

Setting education policy is a complicated process that takes place at many levels. Some decisions are made by elected officials and others by you the voter/parent/resident. To help you make sense of the process, here’s a look at which bodies are responsible for making decisions, and how your vote impacts the final outcome.

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CCC STEM Camps to be held June 18 through 21

| June 13, 2018
CCC STEM Camps to be held June 18 through 21

Are you a 5th, 6th or 7th grader who loves science? Join CCC STEM Camps at 3000 N. Fourth St., Room C23 June 18 – June 21 8 a.m. – Noon. Only $30!

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Page high alum selected as trackand field All-American

| June 13, 2018
Page high alum selected as trackand field All-American

Davonte Jett-Reynolds, a 2017 graduate of Page High School has been chosen as a 2018 National Junior College Athletic Association- Division I Track and Field All American.
Jett-Reynolds ran the 5000-meter with the Central Arizona College track and field team where he placed fifth with a time of 15:15.77 in the national collegiate competition held in El Dorado, Kansas two weeks ago. There was a total 34 colleges competing.

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Panthers Principal Responds to Report Card. More education news here

| June 13, 2018
Panthers Principal Responds to Report Card. More education news here

Page Middle School recently received its letter grade evaluation from the Arizona Department of Education. The principal responded with the school’s plans for improvements to ensure the quality of the students’ education.

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See, snap and share: Fredonia students join Kaibab Citizen Science Project

| June 13, 2018
See, snap and share: Fredonia students join Kaibab Citizen Science Project

Outfitted with Amazon Fire tablets and knowledge of the Kaibab National Forest’s 2018 Citizen Science Project through the iNaturalist app, 16 students from Fredonia Elementary School wrapped up the school year with a day-trip roaming among the trees and open meadow at Pleasant Valley in the North Kaibab Ranger District of Kaibab National Forest, on May 17.

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Superintendent’s report: Summer school offers robust criteria. More education news here

| June 13, 2018
Superintendent’s report: Summer school offers robust criteria. More education news here

Welcome to another summer in beautiful Prescott Arizona! While this is a wonderful time for teachers and students to get away, or to have a nice staycation in our beautiful town, the Prescott Schools stay plenty busy with summer school and planning for the year to come. 

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