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  • Killip Try Day: Students vote for new lunch menu items

    “The research behind it is that if you give kids autonomy over choosing what their options are, then it will make them feel empowered,” said Brooke Kahl, who coordinated Try Day.

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  • CHS CocoNuts compete in national robotics competition

    The Coconino High School “CocoNuts” FIRST Robotics Team competed April 17-20, 2019 at their 12th consecutive FIRST Robotics World Championship in Houston, TX. The Engineering Inspiration Award celebrates outstanding success for advancing respect for engineering within a team’s community. Inspiring others to respect science and engineering requires passion, knowledge and commitment.

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  • FUSD Teachers Named Rookie and STEM Teachers of the Year

    Teachers Jordan Morales and Kelley Smith were recognized by their colleagues around Coconino County this week by receiving designations that attest to their commitment to Flagstaff students.

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  • FUSD High School Graduation Schedule

    FUSD is proud to celebrate the accomplishments of students with the 2018-2019 school year graduation ceremonies. Please join us as we celebrate FUSD student success and the teamwork throughout the community that makes these moments possible.

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  • Scout returns to Thomas Elementary for restoration project

    “I went here for elementary school and I remember the teachers. Thomas Elementary School has great teachers – very kind, supporting. I thought a good way to give back to my community would be to come here for my Eagle Scout project,” Jack Nichols, 16, said.

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  • Summer Food Service Program Announced

    The Flagstaff Unified School District announces the sponsorship of the Summer Food Service Program for children. Meals will be provided to all children, ages 18 and under, without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service.

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  • Maykayla Barker Crank named Child of the Year

    Thomas Elementary’s Maykayla Barker Crank was recently named the 2019 Arizona Child of the Year by the Arizona Speech Language Hearing Association at their annual convention. Maykayla earned this distinction after being nominated by Julia Cencioso for being one her of the kindest, compassionate, and diligent students.

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  • Cadet Huggard receives national recognition

    Sophomore Cadet Dakota Huggard is in elite company as one of the seven winners in the National JROTC Essay Contest. His essay was one of the top seven brigade selected essays from all submissions - representing the top .4375% of the entire Army JROTC program.

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  • Teacher of the Week

    Teacher of the week, Christine Sapio, expresses to her students that science is fun. To accomplish this she likes to change up the curriculum and have her students participate, which are key components. Sapio said, that if students don't have that "Eureka" moment that they won't have anything to relate to.

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  • FUSD Governing Board Extends Superintendent’s Contract

    The Flagstaff Unified School District Governing Board approved a new contract for Superintendent Michael Penca’s through the 2020 -2021 school year with extension language for a potential third additional year at the April 9, 2019 public meeting.

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  • School Calendar Update

    As a result of multiple snow day events during the 2018-2019 school year, FUSD has updated the current calendar to reflect used snow days. Classes will be held on April 22, April 23, May 8, and May 9. There is currently have only one make-up day remaining on Friday, May 10.

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  • CHS Coconuts Head to National Robotics Competition, Again

    Coconino High school’s robotics team, the Coconuts, traveled to California to receive an engineering inspiration award granted by NASA. The team won this award for motivating others in STEM education. Later this month the team will be traveling to Houston to compete with other robotics students from around the world.

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