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  • Arizona culinary students to compete for scholarships

    "Arizona C-CAP, a 27-year-old program, is the only statewide C-CAP region, Smith said. Other programs are limited to urban areas like Washington D.C., Chicago and Los Angeles. Although students from all over the state compete for these scholarships, northern Arizona never fails to have its students qualify for the finals – and receive scholarships."

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  • Trina Painter, Arizona Coach of the Year

    Flagstaff High School coach Trina Painter has been selected to receive the 2017-18 Arizona Coach of the Year award for Girls Cross Country from the National Federation of State High School Associations. Coach Painter was specifically nominated by the Arizona Interscholastic Associate as the most deserving recipient of the honor.

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  • Mikhaila Rosanova selected for All-State

    Mikhaila Rosanova was selected to perform with the All-State Jazz 2 Band in Mesa for the 3rd consecutive year. Mikhaila will represent Flagstaff High School this January 30th and 31st with a final performance at 7pm in the Mesa Arts Center alongside musicians from all over Arizona.

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  • DAC Educator of the Year

    Pamela Cain has inspired the students and staff for over 14 years in Flagstaff Unified School District - earning the recognition as the Educator of the Year from the Flagstaff Disability Awareness Commission. During her time both at Christensen and Thomas, Pam Cain has worked with small groups of special education elementary students.

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  • Kindergarten Registration Begins February 6, 2019

    It may be spring, but the 2019-2020 school year is right around the corner. To assist families with the registration process, Flagstaff Unified School District elementary schools will be hosting Kindergarten Registration on February 6th from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at all District elementary schools.

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  • Signing Day

    Coconino’s Ashlyn Hernandez is surrounded by her family and coaches Wednesday afternoon before signing a letter of intent to play softball for Embry–Riddle. Hernandez will be a senior leader for the Panthers softball team this upcoming spring season. (Photo via Jake Bacon of the Arizona Daily Sun)

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  • Ed Tech Spotlight - Louis Melo

    "As teachers, we all agree that learning should be encouraged. But, it needs to be fun and meaningful as well. Using technology in the classroom is not only enhancing students learning, but also enhancing how teachers teach for today's kids."

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