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Photo highlights: Students spread cheer at annual holiday concert. See more education news here

| December 20, 2018
Photo highlights: Students spread cheer at annual holiday concert. See more education news here

Williams Unified School District band and choir members perform at the holiday concert Dec. 5.

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Grand Canyon Youth receives funding for habitat restoration program. See more education news here

| November 30, 2018
Grand Canyon Youth receives funding for habitat restoration program. See more education news here

Flagstaff-based nonprofit Grand Canyon Youth (GCY) will engage Native American youth in restoring riparian habitats within Glen Canyon National Recreation Area thanks to a major grant from the National Fish & Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) and Wells Fargo.

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Photo highlights: Kaibab Learning Center holds annual Western Night

| November 20, 2018
Photo highlights: Kaibab Learning Center holds annual Western Night

Kaibab Learning Center held its annual Western Night auction and fundraiser at Big E’s Steakhouse and Saloon Nov. 2. All proceeds from the event go toward’s the center’s operating expenses.

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Santana awarded Elks Lodge scholarship

| July 25, 2018
Santana awarded Elks Lodge scholarship

Williams High School graduate Alexis Santana was awarded a $500 scholarship from Needles Elks Lodge #1608 May 1, following her graduation from Williams High School. Alexis will be attending the University of Arizona in Phoenix this fall.

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Grand Canyon School starts Aug.1 — are you ready?

| July 25, 2018
Grand Canyon School starts Aug.1 — are you ready?

It’s that time of year again – teachers are in high gear, children are groaning and parents are secretly rejoicing.

That’s right, it’s back-to-school time.

Administrative assistant Rosa Velasquez has a few back-to-school basics to start the year off on a high note:

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Fourth graders join Kaibab National Forest’s Citizen Science Project

| June 5, 2018
Fourth graders join Kaibab National Forest’s 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, May 17.

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Photo highlights: Grand Canyon students inducted into National Honor Society

| May 2, 2018
Photo highlights: Grand Canyon students inducted into National Honor Society

Grand Canyon School student leaders were inducted into the National Honor Society April 11.

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Williams Schools announce March Students of the Month

| March 28, 2018
Williams Schools announce March Students of the Month

Kindergarten: Reese Skinner 

Reese is a very well-behaved student who never gets her name on the board. She goes out of her way to help me and other students in the class. She is a good friend to everyone and is very respectful. Reese is also a fantastic reader. We are so glad she is in our class.

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Coconino Community College offers nursing scholarship opportunity

| March 21, 2018
Coconino Community College offers nursing scholarship opportunity

Coconino Community College students who want to become Certified Nursing Assistants or Licensed Nursing Assistants now have another scholarship opportunity. 

Thanks to The Peaks Health & Rehabilitation in Flagstaff, CCC now has $5,000 to create scholarships for five CNA and LNA students to help with the cost of their classes at the College and certification by the state. Each student will receive a $1,000 scholarship.

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Super spellers: Maine Consolidated School sends three to county bee. See more education stories here

| January 31, 2018
Super spellers: Maine Consolidated School sends three to county bee. See more education stories here

Maine Consolidated School in Parks, Arizona hosted its annual spelling bee Jan. 24.

Representatives from each grade competed for three spots that will advance to the Coconino County Spelling Bee Feb. 10.

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