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 2022 of $55,498. As a comparison, the average salary of all teachers employed in FY 2021 was $52,855, an increase in average teacher salaries from the previous year of $2,643 or a percentage increase of 5.00%.
Join KinderCamp Coordinator Sara Own, President and CEO of United Way of Northern Arizona Carol Dykes, and FUSD's Director of Educational Enrichment Frank Garcia as we explore the KinderCamp summer program, the importance of registering early for Kindergarten, and health and safety procedures that will be in place for the program.
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.
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.
Cromer Elementary School is seeking support for a complete Kindergarten PE Program, including a fleet of 25 Strider AKB-Specific Bikes, helmets, pedal conversion kits, one Strider 20 Bike for teacher instruction, and curriculum. Click here to learn more and donate!
School has been canceled for students at Killip Elementary School on Thursday, Aug. 19, and Friday, Aug. 20, because of flood damage that occurred Aug. 17 caused by runoff from the Museum Fire Burn Scar. The FACTS before and after school program is also canceled until further notice.
Yesterday, Flagstaff received a significant amount of rain that flooded many areas of the city and impacted the Flagstaff Unified School District. The hardest hit was Killip Elementary School, located in the Sunnyside neighborhood, which is directly in a flood path of rain caused by the Museum Fire Burn Scar. Over half of the school was damaged as flood water and mud entered the building.
Our District will be engaging stakeholders in a variety of ways to gather the feedback needed to develop the Safe Return to In-Person Instruction Plan and to finalize the ESSER III budget before submitting FUSD’s application in late August. We welcome your input as we develop plans to come back from this COVID-19 pandemic stronger than ever.
Flagstaff Unified School District believes it is important for families to engage in their child’s learning by communicating with their teachers and administrators. In supporting and encouraging this communication, we offer interpretation services to families that may benefit from this support.
Due to current staffing levels and the high level of student transportation requests, there are changes to student transportation for the 2021-2022 school year. Click here to learn more.