5:30 PM - 7:00 PM SEPAC Meeting
5:30 PM FUSD Governing Board Meeting
4:00 PM - 6:30 PM Lights On Afterschool
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Northern Arizona College Night
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 2020 of $50,560. As a comparison, the average salary of all teachers employed in FY 2019 was $48,639, an increase in average teacher salaries from the previous year of $1,921 or a percentage increase of 4%.
Learn about the various post-secondary options available, including 4 year and 2 year programs, trade school, military, scholarships, and financial aid. The Arizona State University Tri University program starts at 5:15 p.m. in Hurley Theater. Mountain Line will provide free transportation to and from College Night.
The Coconino County Education Service Agency is inviting all educators and the public to nominate outstanding teachers in Coconino County for Teacher of the Year and Rookie Teacher of the Year. The Teacher of the Year event was created to celebrate, honor and recognize certified teachers from pre-kindergarten through 12 grade.
The FUSD Governing Board approved the Indigenous People's Day resolution at the October 8, 2019 meeting designating the second Monday of October as Indigenous People's Day. Flagstaff Unified School District formally encourages all preschools, K-12 schools, parent and educational organizations to recognize and publicize Indigenous Peoples’ Day, and will further support school district events to promote understanding and engagement with the Indigenous peoples, traditions, cultures, resilience, and contributions.
"Flagstaff football first-year head coach Todd Hanley raved about his defense's performance so far this season despite the team's overall struggles."
"As the fourth quarter started and the Coconino football team changed sides of the field with possession, first-year head coach Mike Lapsley threw his hands up while walking the sideline as if signaling that his team was on the rise for good Friday night."
"Months before the school’s portable 300-wing was torn down this summer, MEMS and Flagstaff Unified School District officials began meeting with architects, school staff and other stakeholders to design an improved space for students, teachers and the community."