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  • With the Governing Board adoption of the school year budget, the Flagstaff Unified School District has an average salary of all teachers employed in FY 2021 of $52,855. As a comparison, the average salary of all teachers employed in FY 2020 was $50,560, an increase in average teacher salaries from the previous year of $2,295 or a percentage increase of 4.54%.


FUSD Update Podcast

  • Episode 4: Food Service Update with Tanya Williams

    by Length: 5:06

    The FUSD Food Service Team has been critical throughout the pandemic by providing hundreds of thousands of meals to the community.  Now, the team has pivoted to providing meals in schools while still providing community access to food services.  In this episode, we get an update on some of the changes in the food service program, new resources in the works, and why families should still fill out their free and reduced applications.

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  • Episode 3: Getting to Know IB with Chelsea Drey

    by Length: 08:27

    Internationally accredited, Coconino High School is wrapping up the first year of the International Baccalaureate program.  Join Chelsea Drey, Coconino High School’s Advanced Programs Director for a discussion about the program and how inquiry based learning prepares students for success beyond high school through rigor and exploration.

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  • Episode 2: Contact Tracing with Kacie Pajkos

    by Length: 11:12

    What is contact tracing?  We have heard a lot about this new practice of mitigating COVID-19 impacts over the last year.  Hear from Kacie Pajkos, FUSD Disease investigator, on the practices our schools and facilities use to keep students, families, and team members safe.

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Headlines

  • Arizona Launching COVID-19 Vaccination Site in Flagstaff

    A state COVID-19 vaccination site in Flagstaff will open Monday, April 19 at NAU’s University Union Fieldhouse. This indoor vaccination site will offer Pfizer vaccine to those aged 16 and over and will operate seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., with the potential to expand hours to 7 p.m. The site will offer around 1,000 appointments per day to start but will be able to administer more than 4,000 doses daily.

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  • FUSD High Schools to Host Limited In-Person Graduations

    Flagstaff Unified School District (FUSD) high schools, Coconino High School, Flagstaff High School, and Summit High School, will hold in-person graduations on their respective school sites this June to honor the Class of 2021.

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  • Camp Iwannago Registration Now Available

    The Flagstaff Unified School District is excited to invite your child to register for the FACTS Camp Iwannago Summer Day Camp. At Camp Iwannago, we pride ourselves on offering your child a safe and enriching environment to spend their summer days. Everyday we offer academic enrichment and physical activities while emphasizing positive character development.

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  • Health Metrics Update for 4/9/2021 Now Available

    The Flagstaff Unified School District will continue to provide families, team members, and the community regular weekly updates regarding the overall risk level for COVID-19.

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  • Grab and Go Food Service Update

    Please click here to find updated Grab and Go food service information, meal times, and pick up locations.

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  • Killip Groundbreaking Ceremony Kicks of Construction of New School

    Killip Elementary School hosted a groundbreaking ceremony on Monday, March 29, 2021 to kick off the construction of the new school which is scheduled to be completed by the fall of 2022.

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  • Food Service Update with Tanya Williams

    The FUSD Food Service Team has been critical throughout the pandemic by providing hundreds of thousands of meals to the community. Now, the team has pivoted to providing meals in schools while still providing community access to food services. In this episode, we get an update on some of the changes in the food service program, new resources in the works, and why families should still fill out their free and reduced applications.

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  • Arizona Department of Education Statement on Face Coverings

    AZDHS Emergency Measure 2020-04 is still in effect, requiring masks in all K12 schools. Masking is one of the top mitigation strategies for safe in-person learning as recommended by the CDC. Masks must be worn on school campuses, on school buses and during school-associated activities by all students, faculty, staff, contractors, and visitors.

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Killip Elementary School Groundbreaking
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