Tag: Fredonia Moccasin Unified School District

Local Education Spotlight — FHS Girls’ Basketball Coach Receives Spirit of Cotton Award from Phoenix Suns. See more local education news here

| October 13, 2020
Local Education Spotlight — FHS Girls’ Basketball Coach Receives Spirit of Cotton Award from Phoenix Suns. See more local education news here

Congratulations to Flagstaff High School Girls’ Basketball Coach, Tyrone Johnson, for receiving the Spirit of Cotton Award from the Phoenix Suns! Coach Tyrone Johnson was surprised with this award for exemplifying Cotton Fitzsimmons’ leadership, dedication, and service to the community in helping guide and mentor student-athletes.

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Local Education Spotlight — Navajo youth, Alyssa Williams, wins Arizona license plate seal design contest. See more local education news here

| August 25, 2020
Local Education Spotlight — Navajo youth, Alyssa Williams, wins Arizona license plate seal design contest. See more local education news here

Flagstaff High School senior Alyssa Williams is just at the beginning of her graphic design career, but already she has notched two big wins — she was part of the pair who won the Vans Custom Culture Contest in 2019, and now her design has won the Code Talker Seal Design Contest that will be featured on an Arizona specialty license plate.

The contest was held in partnership with the Arizona Department of Transportation and the Governor’s Office on Tribal Relations to design a seal to reflect the historical and unique contributions made by the Code Talkers of many different tribes across the United States.

The Code Talkers Seal Design Committee selected five designs based on artwork and an essay describing how the design honors all Code Talkers and how it has impacted them personally.

Williams’ design won with 61 percent of the 20,565 votes cast.

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Flagstaff’s Hurley named board chair of national education agency. See more local education news here

| July 30, 2019
Flagstaff’s Hurley named board chair of national education agency. See more local education news here

Beverly Hurley, former longtime principal of Flagstaff High School, has been named the board of directors chair for WestEd, a 53-year-old nonpartisan, nonprofit research, development and service agency that works to improve education in the United States and abroad.

She began her one-year term July 18.

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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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Annual celebration shares STEM with community. See more local education news here

| March 19, 2019
Annual celebration shares STEM with community. See more local education news here

Even rainy weather couldn’t dampen the excitement for the sixth annual Flagstaff Community STEM Celebration at the Northern Arizona University Walkup Skydome Monday night.

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Fredonia celebrates its annual Back-to-School Night. See more related news here

| August 15, 2018
Fredonia celebrates its annual Back-to-School Night. See more related news here

The Fredonia-Moccasin Unified School District held its annual Back-to-School Night on Tuesday, Aug. 14. More than 70 backpacks were given to students by Flagstaff and Page representatives from the Coconino County Public Health Services District (CCPHSD), which also provided information on dental and health care.

Other participates staffing tables in front of the gymnasium were the Coconino Coalition for Children and Youth and the health districts’s Tobacco and Chronic Disease Prevention Program in Page.

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Meet new Fredonia-Moccasin School Superintendent Dr. Howard Hughes

| August 1, 2018
Meet new Fredonia-Moccasin School Superintendent Dr. Howard Hughes

Fredonia-Moccasin Unified School District is excited to welcome Dr. Howard Hughes as the new Superintendent and Elementary School Principal.

Dr. Hughes worked as a police officer while in college, and then earned his master’s degree in 2006 from the University of Phoenix, where he specialized in becoming a principal. He later earned his doctorate and took the superintendent exam in Arizona as well.

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Williams Unified School District 2018 Back-to-School Fair (July 23-24) to be first in Coconino County

| July 18, 2018
Williams Unified School District 2018 Back-to-School Fair (July 23-24) to be first in Coconino County

The Williams Unified School District’s Registration & Back-To-School Fair will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, July 23 and 2 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 24 at the Williams Elementary-Middle School Gymnasium. The event will be one of the first of such back-to-school events in Coconino County.

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Fredonia Superintendent Joe B. Wright takes new job. See related story

| May 22, 2018
Fredonia Superintendent Joe B. Wright takes new job. See related story

After 16 years with Fredonia-Moccasin Unified School District (FMUSD), Superintendent Joe B. Wright is embarking on a new adventure as a director with the Southwest Educational Development Center (SEDC) in Cedar City, Utah.

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Fredonia-Moccasin Unified School District Superintendent’s Corner

| November 16, 2016
Fredonia-Moccasin Unified School District Superintendent’s Corner

Thank you Marshal Baden Grover and Fredonia for your continued support of FMUSD.

Fredonia-Moccasin Unified School District (FMUSD) would like to honor one of our community partners for their long-term commitment to our students. Marshal Bayden Grover, of the Fredonia Marshal’s Office, has been teaching D.A.R.E. in Fredonia Schools for over 15 years.

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