Tag: Sinagua Middle School

NAZ Today ‘Teacher of the Week — Maggie McCorkle’ of Sinagua Middle School

| March 19, 2019
NAZ Today ‘Teacher of the Week — Maggie McCorkle’ of Sinagua Middle School

Teacher of the week, Maggie McCorkle, leads a classroom that is based on honesty and transparency to create a positive culture at Sinagua Middle School. She became a teacher so she could be there for people, by giving them knowledge or emotional support. She wants to create an environment where students are comfortable.

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Elf Jr.: The Musical

| November 4, 2018
Elf Jr.: The Musical

Let’s kick off the holiday season with a show that is guaranteed fun for all ages!

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Disney’s Little Mermaid – Presented by Alpine Community Theater

| April 1, 2018
Disney’s Little Mermaid – Presented by Alpine Community Theater

Join Alpine Community Theater for a fun, family-friendly musical presentation of Disney’s Little Mermaid performed by adults, teens and children!

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Disney’s Little Mermaid – Presented by Alpine Community Theater

| March 25, 2018
Disney’s Little Mermaid – Presented by Alpine Community Theater

Join Alpine Community Theater for a fun, family-friendly musical presentation of Disney’s Little Mermaid performed by adults, teens and children!

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The “IB” Program Comes to Northern Arizona. See more education stories here

| November 15, 2017
The “IB” Program Comes to Northern Arizona. See more education stories here

Coconino High School and Sinagua Middle School are planning to introduce The International Baccalaureate program. These two schools will be the first in Northern Arizona to introduce the program. The International Baccalaureate program is a rigorous study that incorporates an international education.

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Flagstaff schools appeal state letter grades. See more education stories here

| October 18, 2017
Flagstaff schools appeal state letter grades. See more education stories here

Six out of the 276 schools that have pending letter grades by the Arizona Department of Education are in the Flagstaff area.

Those six schools include two schools from Flagstaff Unified School District, Flagstaff High School and Sinagua Middle School. The remaining four schools are charters including Flagstaff Arts and Leadership Academy, Flagstaff Junior Academy, Basis and Northland Preparatory Academy.

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Killip and Sinagua Chess head for SuperNationals. See more Arizona Daily Sun education stories here

| April 19, 2017
Killip and Sinagua Chess head for SuperNationals. See more Arizona Daily Sun education stories here

Sinagua Middle School and Killip Elementary School chess champions may need a little monetary push to get to the U.S. Chess Federation’s Super Nationals, the Olympics of chess, in Nashville, Tenn., this year.

Sinagua currently has the funding to send its team to Super Nationals, but Killip Elementary has fallen about $6,000 short. Killip chess teacher Ted Komada explained that the team had a donor who was planning to give $10,000 to the team, but severe budget cuts at the donor’s business ended up making them unable to give the funds to Killip. Komada declined to name the donor.

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Beauty and the Beast – Theater Production

| April 15, 2017
Beauty and the Beast – Theater Production

Alpine Community Theater of Flagstaff (ACT) is excited to announce our performances of “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast”. This beloved fairy tale comes to life with a cast of 80 people, ranging in ages from 5 to 60!

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Beauty and the Beast – Theater Production

| March 12, 2017
Beauty and the Beast – Theater Production

Alpine Community Theater of Flagstaff (ACT) is excited to announce our performances of “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast”. This beloved fairy tale comes to life with a cast of 80 people, ranging in ages from 5 to 60!

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Educator Highlight: Jillian Worssam — Sinagua Middle School

| March 1, 2017
Educator Highlight: Jillian Worssam — Sinagua Middle School

Jillian Worssam, is an 8th grade science teacher at Sinagua Middle School, and founder of the “Scientists in the Classroom Program.” The SITC Program partners students one to one with practicing scientists in the field for an entire academic year.

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