Levi Morse did not like the Marana High School logo and decided to do something about it. Morse teamed up with his older brother, Shawn, and designed a new tiger-head logo. Now, it is being used around the school
Later this month, Tompkins Family Chiropractic and Jabez Hair and Nail Salon will be hosting the annual Stuff The Bus event to collect school supplies for Marana Unified School District students.
Hannah Ford will be in 7th grade this fall at Coronado K-8 School. Hannah is an all-around good citizen, dedicated student and talented athlete.
The excitement of back-to-school preparations can bring back fond memories of youthful school days. Once you have kids of your own, making new memories can be even sweeter by thinking about your child’s new friends and teachers and what the new year will bring -- but they’ll need some cool new school supplies first.
Unfortunately, the pace of classroom learning can’t be tailored to every student’s individual needs - particularly these days, as class sizes are growing and funding for special enrichment programs becomes limited. In fact, at least 35 states provided less funding per student for the 2013-14 school year than they did before the recession.
For most parents, weekday mornings before school are like a challenging math problem: pack backpacks and lunches, plus get yourself ready for work – minus the luxury of unlimited time. But skipping breakfast should not be part of the equation.
Math may not sound like fun to everyone, but there is fun to be had when learning mathematics. If you can convince kids of that basic principle, getting them to focus in school and do well on their tests will be the easy part. After all some of today’s most downloaded apps involve math - maybe you’ve heard of the popular app, 2048.
Whenever possible, visit with your child’s new teacher prior to the first day of school. This allows everyone to get to know one another and learn important things, such as where to line up on the first day, where the new classroom is, and what the new teacher will look like.
School bells will ring and parents will sing! Back-to-school is coming up but it can be costly. A father-daughter duo in Tucson has done their homework and is helping families’ gear up for the new school year – at a fraction of retail prices. Just Between Friends of Tucson is getting ready for its upcoming event July 24-26 at the Tucson Convention Center.
Three days a week you will find Andy Morales at Rio Vista Elementary School. On the surface this would not seem like much of a big deal, after all he is the school’s physical education teacher, but Morales does not have any classes to teach. Technically, Morales is on summer vacation, but still comes out those three days a week to tend to various projects he has going on.
For those who have too much children’s stuff lying around or for those who are looking to prepare their house for children, the Just Between Friends (JBF) event should be added to the to-do list.
One of Tucson’s most unfamiliar schools is producing some of the city’s most impressive results.
Graduating high school and entering college was the most exciting time of my life, as it should be for most 18-year-olds. To me, it meant no 11 p.m. curfew, a break from my old friends with a chance to make new ones, and (perhaps most anticipated) college parties. The list goes on and on. And on and on and on… the possibilities were endless. Want to order a sandwich at 2 a.m.? Do it. Want to sleep in until dinnertime? Do it. No one is stopping you. No one is telling you no.
Having a college education is a privileged opportunity that opens the minds of young adults. There are many benefits of going to college, but for incoming freshman the thought of embarking on a four-year degree can be a daunting task.
The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International Arizona State organization presented the Omicron State Media Award to Tamara Crawley, public relations director for the Marana Unified School District.
Amphitheater School District
Whether living on or off-campus, students heading to college are in need of all of life’s essentials that parents once provided.
Children are mom and dad’s top priority, and parents want to give them every advantage in the world to succeed. But with all the time kids spend at school, parents cannot do it alone.
During back to school shopping season, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed. From commercials to coupons to mailers, there’s an overload of information about where the deals are for all the stuff your kids need this school year.