Tag: Flagstaff Unified School District

Marshall PTO donates school supplies for all students, teachers. See more local education news here

| August 13, 2019
Marshall PTO donates school supplies for all students, teachers. See more local education news here

The traditional school supply list of items to purchase for students before the start of the school year has disappeared, at least temporarily, from Marshall Magnet Elementary School.

Using funds from the school’s annual jog-a-thon fundraiser, the Title I school’s Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) donated $10,000 in pencils, markers, binders, folders and other supplies needed by students and teachers this year.

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Early Childhood Education returns to CCC. See more local education news here

| August 6, 2019
Early Childhood Education returns to CCC. See more local education news here

Due to one-time state funding, the Early Childhood Education program has returned to the Coconino Community College academic catalog after a nearly 10-year hiatus.

About 20 students can enroll in the program that begins late next month. The courses will be given in-person at the Lone Tree Campus, as well as livestreamed so that students can attend classes at the Fourth Street campus or in Page.

The college will also be bringing on a new full-time instructor specifically for this program.

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Education Spotlight: Page Back-to-School Fair to be held July 24. See more countywide Back to School events here

| July 23, 2019
Education Spotlight: Page Back-to-School Fair to be held July 24. See more countywide Back to School events here

The Page Back to School Health Fair will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 24 at Page High School, 434 S. Lake Powell Blvd., Page.

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Kids learn coding at summer camp. See more local education news here

| July 16, 2019
Kids learn coding at summer camp. See more local education news here

The click-clack of active keyboards resonated through a Coconino Community College computer lab this week as 20 kids typed away, earbuds in and faces to the screens.

They weren’t playing games or surfing the web, though. They were coding their own websites.

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Sign up for Salvation Army Flagstaff’s 2019 Back to School Backpack & School Supplies. See more local education news here

| June 25, 2019
Sign up for Salvation Army Flagstaff’s 2019 Back to School Backpack & School Supplies. See more local education news here

We’re gearing up for our back to school and shopping spree! If you need assistance getting your scholars prepared for school please come in! Call our office if you have questions 928-774-1403.

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FUSD to begin capital projects after issuing $25 million in bonds. See more local education news here

| June 11, 2019
FUSD to begin capital projects after issuing $25 million in bonds. See more local education news here

Flagstaff Unified School District’s bank account just increased by $25 million, following the sale of the first set of $75 million in bonds approved by voters in November.

The funds from the sale were deposited in the Coconino County Treasurer’s Office last week and will the district to move forward with its renovation projects and technology initiative.

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STEMMYs recognize STEM leaders, new STEM City director. See more local education news here

| June 4, 2019
STEMMYs recognize STEM leaders, new STEM City director. See more local education news here

By Kaitlin Olson • Arizona Daily Sun Whether looking up to the stars or down to microorganisms, creating new technologies or improving existing ones, Flagstaff is home to science, technology, engineering and mathematics enthusiasts young and old who were recognized this week at STEM City’s seventh annual STEM Awards (“STEMMYs”). About 50 community members gathered at […]

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Education Spotlight: STAR 6th Graders Attend Camp Colton

| June 4, 2019
Education Spotlight: STAR 6th Graders Attend Camp Colton

Earlier this month the STAR school sixth grade had the chance to attend Camp Colton, a camp owned and operated by Flagstaff Unified School District that is dedicated to teaching participants about environmental science. The students spent four days and three nights at camp and attended environmental education classes such as forestry, aquatics, wildlife and geology, taught by Camp Colton’s staff.
Each environmental education class was designed to get the students to interact with their natural environment and work as a team to accomplish a specific goal. For example, the Geology class consisted of the students exploring the nearby Lava Tubes and discussing the different types of igneous rock present inside the tubes.

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FHS senior receives certificates from CCC before graduation. See more local education news here

| May 7, 2019
FHS senior receives certificates from CCC before graduation. See more local education news here

Her mother and grandmother constantly told her education is important.She took those words to heart.Flagstaff High School senior Nevaeh Nez, 18, will be receiving two certifications from Coconino Community College on May 10 during Commencement. She will be handed certificates in Pre-Health Careers and Nursing Assistant a month before she receives her high school diploma.

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FUSD announces Summer Food Service Program

| April 22, 2019
FUSD announces Summer Food Service Program

The Flagstaff Unified School District announces the sponsorship of the Summer Food Service Program for children. Meals will be provided to all children, ages 18 and under, without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service.

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