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School supply drive nets about $22,000 for teachers

School supply drive nets about $22,000 for teachers

School supplies from the annual Suddenlink/Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce Teacher Supply Drive will be arriving at school offices around Flagstaff today. 235 more words

2017

Parents generally approve of FUSD

Parents generally approve of FUSD

Flagstaff Unified School District parents are pretty satisfied with the district’s teachers, principals and schools, according an annual survey of parents by the district. 846 more words

2017

Flagstaff students prepare to experience eclipse

Flagstaff students prepare to experience eclipse

Several Flagstaff schools will be giving students a chance to safely view the solar eclipse and at the same time honor the request of traditional Navajo students who do not wish to view the eclipse. 263 more words

2017

Leaping into learning: First day of school for new FUSD teachers

Leaping into learning: First day of school for new FUSD teachers

At Kinsey Elementary School, veteran kindergarten teacher Nina Andersson and new first-grade teacher Jessica Fetsco are ready to start the new school year. 994 more words

2017

Suddenlink, Chamber help Flagstaff get ready for new school year

Suddenlink, Chamber help Flagstaff get ready for new school year

Summer is nearly over and Suddenlink and the Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce are teaming up to help teachers gear up for the new school year. 433 more words

2017

FUSD restores agreement with Arizona Schools of Deaf and Blind

FUSD restores agreement with Arizona Schools of Deaf and Blind

The Flagstaff Unified School District Governing Board is mulling ways to hold the Arizona Schools for the Deaf and Blind accountable after signing an agreement with them to once again provide services to FUSD students. 1,279 more words

2017

Mike Penca: New FUSD leader still a teacher at heart

Mike Penca: New FUSD leader still a teacher at heart

The Arizona Daily Sun recently sat down with Flagstaff Unified School District’s new superintendent Mike Penca to discuss his plans for the new school year. 1,002 more words

2017