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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 2019 of $48,639. As a comparison, the average salary of all teachers employed in FY 2018 was $43,638, an increase in average teacher salaries from the previous year of $5,001 or a percentage increase of 11%.

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  • SEPAC Parent Workshop

    Join the Flagstaff Unified School District for a parent workshop for families interested in information about special education or how to help struggling learners. RSVP by calling Liliane Winikka at (928) 572-6182 or via email at lwinikka@fusd1.org.

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  • CocoNuts host AZ and NM Robotics Championship

    The Coconino High School CocoNuts will host the Arizona and New Mexico FIRST Tech Challenge Championship Saturday, February 23, 2019 at the Northern Arizona University Fieldhouse. The event will feature 48 FIRST Tech Challenge Teams that have advanced from one of 11 qualifying tournaments that took place from November through February.

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  • Coconino's Ty Furr ready to play football for Northern Arizona

    Surrounded by family, coaches and administration, Coconino High School’s Ty Furr on Thursday at Coconino signed his letter of intent to play football at Northern Arizona.

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  • UPDATE: Kindergarten Registration Event February 13, 2019

    To assist families with the registration process, Flagstaff Unified School District elementary schools will be hosting Kindergarten Registration on February 13th from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at all District elementary schools. The event was rescheduled from February 6 due to weather related school closures.

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  • Growth and Inspiration

    What are the skills and dispositions that students need when they pass beyond the graduation stage and to the next stage in life? These are the questions that the Flagstaff Unified School District Growth and Inspiration Council worked through on Friday, January 25 at the FUSD Family Resource Center.

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  • CIT Accepting 2019/2020 Applications

    The Coconino Institute of Technology (CIT) is accepting applications from current 8th grade students. Current enrollment in an FUSD school is not required. CIT is a school within a school that serves students who are academically focused and intellectually gifted with a unique science and engineering curriculum fostering social support within a high school environment.

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  • Ms. Smallcanyon sings at Navajo Nation Presidential Inauguration

    Leupp Public School's own Navajo Language Instructors, Ms. Annabelle Smallcanyon, sings 'America the Beautiful' for the Navajo Nation Presidential Inauguration.

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