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Join the Campaign for Change – Send a Message for A Brighter Arizona!

| April 20, 2015
Join the Campaign for Change – Send a Message for A Brighter Arizona!

Children’s Action Alliance (CAA): The legislative session is over, but we can’t let the grassroots protests about the bad budget decisions disappear. Write a short message to Governor Ducey today and join other Arizonans like you who want a better state budget for a brighter Arizona future. Together, we can keep the issues bubbling in […]

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Parent Math Classes

| April 20, 2015
Parent Math Classes

Math instruction in schools has changed, and many parents want to understand the changes and how best to help their children with their homework.  The Coconino County Education Service Agency presents three different meetings to address parent concerns about the changes in the math standards.  NO REGISTRATION FEE. April 30, 6-7pm – Overview of K-12 […]

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Operations Director at GCY

| April 20, 2015
Operations Director at GCY

Grand Canyon Youth (GCY) are currently hiring for the Operations Director position at Grand Canyon Youth.  The Operations Director for GCY is responsible for organizing and implementing the logistics for our multi-day river-education programs.  This includes but is not limited to maintaining the warehouse and equipment and hiring/training guides and drivers.  Click HERE for a job […]

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Providence Open House- This Tuesday April 21st @ 5:30pm

| April 20, 2015
Providence Open House- This Tuesday April 21st @ 5:30pm

Providence Human Services of Northern Arizona is currently recruiting more Professional (HCTC) Foster Care Providers. HCTC cordially invites you to an Open House for any individuals or families interested in learning more about becoming an HCTC Professional Foster Parent this Tuesday April 21st at 5:30pm.  Click HERE for the event on the Arizona Daily Sun Events Calendar. For the […]

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Flagstaff Unified School District, Flagstaff Police Department to hold meeting on April 21 regarding recent phone calls causing FUSD elementary schools to be placed on lockdown

| April 20, 2015
Flagstaff Unified School District, Flagstaff Police Department to hold meeting on April 21 regarding recent phone calls causing FUSD elementary schools to be placed on lockdown

April 20, 2015 • Flagstaff Unified School District The Flagstaff Unified School District and Flagstaff Police Department will hold a meeting on April 21 regarding recent phone calls causing FUSD elementary schools to be placed on lockdown. The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. at Flagstaff High School, 400 W. Elm Ave., Flagstaff. Below […]

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Alberto Carvalho: Opportunity is key to achievement

| April 20, 2015
Alberto Carvalho: Opportunity is key to achievement

April 16, 2015 • By Lisa Irish • Arizona Education News Service The leader of America’s fourth largest school district – and one of its most diverse – last week urged Arizona public education and community leaders to invest in providing equitable education opportunities like pre-school, mentoring and high quality magnet programs. If gaps in opportunity and […]

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Superintendent of Public Instruction Douglas tours Arizona to hear K-12 education concerns

| April 20, 2015
Superintendent of Public Instruction Douglas tours Arizona to hear K-12 education concerns

April 16, 2015 • By Sally Stewart • Arizona Department of Education • AZEDNEWS Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas said today she will launch a statewide public tour next week to hear directly from Arizona residents about their opinions and concerns on all K-12 education issues. The annual process includes 1) a statewide series of meetings […]

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Call To Action – Indian Child Welfare Act – May 18th Deadline

| April 17, 2015
Call To Action – Indian Child Welfare Act – May 18th Deadline

The public only has until May 18, 2015 to contact the Bureau of Indian Affairs to oppose changes to the minimum Federal standards in the Indian Child Welfare Act. Those changes would adversely impact the removal of Indian children from their families and place those children in foster and adoptive homes or institutions without consideration […]

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Want to Learn More About AzMERIT?

| April 16, 2015
Want to Learn More About AzMERIT?

Expect More Arizona: This month, students across Arizona are taking the AzMERIT assessment. AzMERIT is similar to an annual checkup – an important opportunity to find out how students are doing. Just as doctors check height and weight, teachers use the test to check how students are doing in English and math. AzMERIT will give […]

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Join the AZ Campaign for Change

| April 16, 2015
Join the AZ Campaign for Change

Children’s Action Alliance (CAA): April 6, 2015 The legislative session is over, but we can’t let the grassroots protests about the bad budget decisions disappear. Write a short message to Governor Ducey today and join other Arizonans like you who want a better state budget for a brighter Arizona future. Together, we can keep the […]

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