Updated 10/19: What should teachers and students talk about before elections to prepare and support each other for when results come in? That’s what a new blog on iCivics examines today.
What are the conversations we need to be having now, ahead of the election, so we can support our kids, students, and each other on November 3rd and beyond?— iCivics (@icivics) October 19, 2020
Read a new blog by @lisakaysolomon of @VoteDesign on ways to prepare: https://t.co/R1Ri8KmPjD #Election2020 #sschat
Dysart Unified School District thanks their transportation staff for all their work to make sure students are safe during National Bus Safety Week.
It’s National Bus Safety Week, and we’d like to thank our dedicated staff for continuing to go above and beyond to ensure our students are safe during these unique times! Visit our website for more transportation safety tips 🚌https://t.co/ZMbrncmaey pic.twitter.com/Pu3OAdmI2W— Dysart School District (@DysartUSD) October 19, 2020
Tempe Elementary School District thanked Concord General Contracting for donating Lysol wipes, plexiglass and umbrellas so students can enjoy eating lunch outside.
Thank you to Concord General Contracting for thinking of students at Gililland Middle School. They recently donated Lysol wipes, plexiglass, and umbrellas so that our students can eat lunch outside. We can’t wait to see our students enjoying lunch here! ☀️💙 pic.twitter.com/251wRGK9JJ— Tempe Elementary (@TempeElementary) October 16, 2020
Confirmed COVID-19 cases in Arizona rose to 231,897 today from 231,149 yesterday, and 5,830 have died from the virus, said the Arizona Department of Health Services.
In Maricopa County, there are 150,280 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 26,955 in Pima County, 13,261 in Yuma County, 11,379 in Pinal County, 6,100 in Navajo County, 4,746 in Coconino County, 4,182in Mohave County, 3,781 in Apache County, 2,956 in Santa Cruz County, 2,776 in Yavapai County, 2,034 in Cochise County, 1,748 in Gila County, 1,038 in Graham County, 590 in La Paz County and 71 in Greenlee County.
Do the zombie walk 😉— Avondale District (@AvondaleESD) October 16, 2020
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A quarter of U.S. workers say they have even considered quitting their jobs as worries related to the pandemic weigh on them, according to a new poll. https://t.co/DGOTmyhP9a— KTAR News 92.3 (@KTAR923) October 19, 2020
Morenci High School Student Government is planning a safe and fun homecoming.
The arts – especially music – help students develop math skills, Peoria Arts Education says.
The Arts play a critical part for all @PeoriaUnified11 students in so many ways and the benefits go beyond just what can be seen and heard. Skills build leverage into all aspects of their lives! Want to learn more about the District? https://t.co/IKGaLegwc2 pic.twitter.com/i4vNR0aMrL— Peoria Arts Ed (@PeoriaArtsEd) October 19, 2020
Kayenta Unified School District shared these safe Halloween ideas for families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
During Safe Schools Week, take a look at National School Boards Association‘s Center for Safe Schools resource library and consider being a part of this movement.
Whether students are learning in person or remotely, school safety remains a top priority for our public schools. This #SafeSchoolsWeek, check out NSBA’s Center for Safe Schools resource library and consider joining this national platform #NSBA4SafeSchools https://t.co/jNSlMUD2Kl pic.twitter.com/0PVhv1rp6u— NSBA | School Boards (@NSBAPublicEd) October 19, 2020
Amphitheater School District’s second week starts with 3 COVID-19 cases and 28 people in quarantine, Arizona Daily Star reports.
A total of 28 people, including those with COVID-19, from three schools were told to quarantine. https://t.co/7YYEEYkCwe— Arizona Daily Star (@TucsonStar) October 20, 2020
Creative social and emotional learning helps students learn and retain more, edutopia says.
When social and emotional learning is built into fun and creative lessons, kids retain more—and can draw upon the skills more easily in challenging times. (Filmed December 2019) #HowLearningHappens @WINGSforKids pic.twitter.com/CCcmpt8qYj— edutopia (@edutopia) October 17, 2020
Yuma Elementary School District 1 students and staff share their favorite food from the school cafeteria during National School Lunch Week.
🍕 🍎 🥪 🍇 🍔 District One loves our nutritious and delicious school lunches!!! For National School Lunch Week, we asked students and staff to share their favorite food from the school cafeteria. What is your favorite?#ONEteam #ONEcommunity #YSD🥇 #nationalschoollunchweek pic.twitter.com/5EdcYMGWrt— Yuma District 1 (@YumaDistrict1) October 16, 2020
Arizona State University‘s celebrates National Transfer Student Week with sessions at 2 p.m. today.
@ASU‘s National #TransferStudentWeek programming kicks off today at 2 p.m. (Arizona Time) with these sessions and more:— ASU Admissions (@FutureSunDevils) October 19, 2020
👋 Transfer Week Welcome
🔀MyPath2ASU: ASU’s Signature Resource for Managing Transfer Credits
🎖️The Military Student Experiencehttps://t.co/k4RZrF5n8R pic.twitter.com/taWoLx38fi
Kyrene Schools reminds drivers to not block crosswalks during National School Bus Safety Week.
This week is National School Bus Safety Week! Today, the National School Transportation Association is reminding drivers not to block crosswalks. Blocking crosswalks endangers pedestrians by causing them to walk around vehicles and closer to the flow of moving traffic. pic.twitter.com/vHAsSml00Y— KyreneSchools (@KyreneSchools) October 19, 2020
Only 11 percent of school leaders say their students have adequate access to learn online from home, Education Week reports.
Benson Unified‘s Jomel Jansson was honored during the Cochise County Teacher of the Year Celebration last week.
Updated 10/16: It’s National Bullying Prevention Month and WestEd has resources for schools looking to promote positive school cultures during these difficult times.
October is Nat’l Bullying Prevention Month #NBPM20. Take a look at our highlighted resources to promote a positive #schoolclimate for all & improve supports for the whole child during this stressful time: https://t.co/2bSMWY2JDS 🔦 #mentalhealth #schoolsafety #traumainformed— WestEd (@WestEd) October 16, 2020
School superintendents and health officials meet today to discuss what will happen with high school football this season during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Superintendents, health department officials will meet this afternoon to discuss high school football https://t.co/xzCZQPdG3s— Justin Spears (@JustinESports) October 16, 2020
Tolleson Elementary School District shares important info with students’ families before in-person classes begin on Monday.
Please take a moment to read this important letter from @TollesonESD Dr. Hightower regarding In-School Learning on October 19. It includes all the important safety protocols in place to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and keep our community safe. Visit: https://t.co/OPujdjl4Gb— Tolleson Elementary School District (@TollesonESD) October 16, 2020
Confirmed COVID-19 cases in Arizona rose to 229,486 today from 228,748 yesterday, and 5,806 have died from the virus, said the Arizona Department of Health Services.
In Maricopa County, there are 148,612 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 26,769 in Pima County, 13,123 in Yuma County, 11,242 in Pinal County, 6,136 in Navajo County, 4,643 in Coconino County, 4,156 in Mohave County, 3,751 in Apache County, 2,936 in Santa Cruz County, 2,753 in Yavapai County, 2,015 in Cochise County, 1,694 in Gila County, 1,007 in Graham County, 581 in La Paz County and 68 in Greenlee County.
Teens are volunteering to tutor elementary and middle school students during the pandemic, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Teen volunteers are stepping up to fill an exponentially growing demand: tutoring sessions for elementary and middle school students. 💻 https://t.co/2oSzTkNnFk— Teach For America (@TeachForAmerica) October 16, 2020
Middle school students loved iCivics “Win the White House” game as part of their learning activities as part of their presidential campaign project, this teacher says.
hey @icivics 7th and 8th grade LOVED your “win the white house” game! the learning opportunities were so amazing and relevant to the process of campaigning! this tied perfectly into their presidential campaign project! 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/Gm9MH0Cl3u— alexa puglisi (@misspugz) October 16, 2020
Avondale Elementary School District principals learning before students arrive at school.
When children and their mothers face challenges like food insecurity, poverty and difficulty finding housing, it can affect them throughout their lives, Annie E. Casey Foundation says.
“When we don’t really pay attention to our infants and toddlers, we may be setting them on a trajectory that has huge social consequences and financial consequences for both the child who will become the adult, and for society.” https://t.co/iFL7K4YnEP— Annie E. Casey Fdn (@AECFNews) October 16, 2020
Looking for a great career that aligns with your kids schedule? J.O. Combs Unified School District is now hiring part-time food service cafeteria staff and cashiers.
🥳 We are NOW HIRING part-time cafeteria staff and cashiers. 👩🍳— JOCombsUSD (@JOCombsUSD) October 14, 2020
The Food Service department is a great fit for parents that are looking to be on the same schedule as their kids and enjoy preparing and cooking food! #CombsCommunity
Learn more here https://t.co/QZJKp68DKC pic.twitter.com/E71n1lygy5
If you have questions about filling out the FAFSA, then register for one of these free virtual sessions today.
From the 2021–22 FAFSA® form to financial aid, if you’ve got questions, we’ve got answers at our financial aid bootcamp sessions.— Federal Student Aid (@FAFSA) October 16, 2020
Register to attend this webinar today: https://t.co/ZcoeQ7uNzp pic.twitter.com/nCzJnOZfCd
College Goal Arizona shares FAFSA Finish Line data today.
Updated 10/15: Black Mothers Forum members will be seated with U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos at an education roundtable in Phoenix.
Guests from the Black Mother’s Forum will be seated with DeVos at a roundtable. The Black Mother’s Forum has spearheaded and urged schools to implement equity programming the Trump Admin is fighting against https://t.co/Zt641sQrWs— Lily Altavena🌵 (@lilyalta) October 15, 2020
See what a kindergarten & high school teacher, who are also Arizona Educational Foundation Ambassadors for Excellence, say about moving from online to in person learning.
Today is the last day to respond to the 2020 Census, so go online to my2020census.gov today.
Today is the last day to respond to the #2020Census! The #Census affects everything from funding for community programs to our number of representatives in Congress. Your response matters! Respond today at https://t.co/KZAWFKyvB6. pic.twitter.com/swNyDzChMQ— Maricopa County (@maricopacounty) October 15, 2020
Phoenix Union High School District‘s College day it tomorrow where students can learn more about the college admissions process from recruiters.
TOMORROW IS #PXU COLLEGE DAY: Seniors, this is a perfect opportunity to learn more about the admissions process from recruiters! For more information and the full agenda, follow this link: https://t.co/51ifcHhya0 #ThisIsWhoWeAre #PXUConnectED 🎓✨ pic.twitter.com/AQNTs7onAc— PXU (@PhoenixUnion) October 15, 2020
Confirmed COVID-19 cases in Arizona rose to 228,748 today from 227,635 yesterday, and 5,789 have died from the virus, said the Arizona Department of Health Services.
One week ago, a CDC report praised the success of statewide health measures in reducing COVID-19 cases. Now, Arizona is showing signs of joining a nationwide resurgence.https://t.co/l9vLtcgy1o— KJZZ Phoenix (@kjzzphoenix) October 15, 2020
Today, 1,113 #COVID19 cases and 17 deaths are being added to the ADHS dashboard. Do your part to prevent the spread of COVID-19: Wear a mask in public, physically distance, wash hands thoroughly, and stay home when sick. https://t.co/Fy3yJcOxO0 #AZTogether pic.twitter.com/G53jB04ETt— AZ Dept of Health (@AZDHS) October 15, 2020
In Maricopa County, there are 148,152 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 26,727 in Pima County, 13,092 in Yuma County, 11,203 in Pinal County, 6,120 in Navajo County, 4,629 in Coconino County, 4,138 in Mohave County, 3,742 in Apache County, 2,935 in Santa Cruz County, 2,748 in Yavapai County, 2,005 in Cochise County, 1,633 in Gila County, 977 in Graham County, 577 in La Paz County and 70 in Greenlee County.
Parents learn how to stay connected with ParentVue during a Cartwright School District cafecito.
Our parents learn how to stay connected through ParentVUE during our virtual Cafecito! pic.twitter.com/B6AW6iSRpb— Guillermo Heredia (@MrGHeredia) October 15, 2020
An Arizona State University music therapy professor increases inclusivity.
The City of Phoenix is considering a ban on flavored tobacco products.
All Cartwright School District kindergartners can stop by their school to pick up a STEM kit on Thursday, Oct. 22 courtesy of The Children’s Museum of Phoenix.
ALL KINDER Panthers can stop by the school to pick up a SUPER COOL Stem kit!! We will be distributing them on Thursday October 22nd from 4pm-6pm in the North Parking Lot. See you there! A big thank you to The Children’s Museum of Phoenix! @CartwrightSD pic.twitter.com/w8dOxs4OD3— PalmLanePanthersAZ (@PalmLanePride) October 15, 2020
University of Arizona launches Outreach FAMILIA to strengthen partnerships with majority Hispanic serving Arizona high schools to help students prepare for STEM careers.
The college is excited to finally announce #OutreachFAMILIA, a new program that aims to strengthen partnerships with predominately Hispanic-enrolling #Arizona high schools to support students prepare for careers in #STEM. https://t.co/lOg68N0FoI @uarizonahsi @uarizona @usedgov— UArizona Education (@UAZEducation) October 15, 2020
Updated 10/14: Combs High School will be closed until Oct. 27th after a COVID-19 outbreak and 450 students and 20 staff have been told to quarantine. The people who tested positive were last on campus on Tuesday, The Arizona Republic reports.
Out of an abundance of caution, we have been directed to close Combs High School by public health officials through October 27th at the earliest. Read the full update to our community here: https://t.co/MwLkYA8UgG pic.twitter.com/YH3UDr3phP— JOCombsUSD (@JOCombsUSD) October 15, 2020
October 15th is the last day to respond to the 2020 Census so go to my2020census.gov today.
A U.S. Supreme Court order this week will allow Census counting to come to an end Oct. 15. Some Arizona Native Americans say their communities will be undercounted because of the early cutoff.https://t.co/lW1uumxZXN— KJZZ Phoenix (@kjzzphoenix) October 15, 2020
Confirmed COVID-19 cases in Arizona rose to 227,635 today from 226,734 yesterday, and 5,772 have died from the virus, said the Arizona Department of Health Services.
In Maricopa County, there are 147,552 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 26,632 in Pima County, 13,088 in Yuma County, 11,152 in Pinal County, 5,959 in Navajo County, 4,563 in Coconino County, 4,121 in Mohave County, 3,734 in Apache County, 2,921 in Santa Cruz County, 2,727 in Yavapai County, 1,986 in Cochise County, 1,597 in Gila County, 963 in Graham County, 575 in La Paz County and 66 in Greenlee County.
Arizona State Rep. Lorenzo Sierra left the hospital today after being treated for COVID-19.
Look who is leaving the hospital today! @Sierra4AZ has made nothing short of a miraculous recovery. We are so grateful! Now to convalesce for a few days before coming home to AZ. pic.twitter.com/aaWKaf8ZT2— Rhonda Cagle (@RhondaCagle1) October 14, 2020
While you celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, learn more about the Santa Rita Center in Phoenix the site of Cesar Chavez‘s 24-day fast in support of farmworkers.
The Santa Rita Center near Buckeye Rd and 7th St. is where many Chicano social, political and community movements were started in the Valley. It was the site of Cesar Chavez’s famous 24 day fast in support of farmworkers. #WaybackWednesday— City of Phoenix, AZ (@CityofPhoenixAZ) October 15, 2020
📺Watch now: https://t.co/mW1GTV8I99 pic.twitter.com/OeIAuoVObW
Here’s some ideas to dismantle systemic racism in U.S. schools, Education Week says.
We dedicated the entire #K12BigIdeas special report to addressing anti-Black systemic racism in schools.— Education Week (@educationweek) October 15, 2020
Click here to read the report’s bold ideas—all of which the writers believe will lead to more equitable education for Black students. https://t.co/Txvg6TcLjq
Tune in Oct. 21 for teen entrepreneurs getting feedback from professions as they showcase their businesses, says Junior Achievement Arizona.
Tune in on October 21st as teen entrepreneurs get to showcase their businesses and receive feedback from professionals in the industry! Register today for the first episode of “The Arena”, an exciting new web series.#juniorachievement #thearena #webserieshttps://t.co/uMX0AKNaja pic.twitter.com/ysw8lloc85— Junior Achievement (@JAArizona) October 15, 2020
University of Arizona cancels spring break to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and offers something different instead, KTAR News 92.3 FM reports
Instead of a week off from classes March 8-12, UArizona is spreading five “Reading Days” across the spring 2021 calendar: Feb. 25, March 9-10, April 2 and April 21. https://t.co/dRieQRjBy9— KTAR News 92.3 (@KTAR923) October 15, 2020
The Center for the Future of Arizona launched the Young Talent Progress Meter today to measure how the state is doing on what they say matters most.
I’m proud to be a part of an org that prioritizes listening to Arizonans about what matters most the them and making data-informed decisions to drive collective action. The #YoungTalent #azprogressmeter is another step toward building a bright future for our rising generations. https://t.co/eqojs6XprB— Madison Rock (@MadisonNeanover) October 15, 2020
Think about what you use and where it came from during Earth Science Week.
It’s Earth Science Week and this year’s theme is “Earth Materials in our Lives.” This is a great time to think about the things you use in your life and where they came from. @earthsciweek #EarthScienceWeek #EarthSciWeek20 #EarthSciWeek pic.twitter.com/AXa5u6YgO6— SciTech Institute (@SciTechInst) October 15, 2020
Updated 10/13: See what teachers say about discussing Indigenous Peoples Day, elections and political events and creating a safe space in your classroom so students feel comfortable speaking on these issues.
Click on the YouTube video link for detailed information about how to do this with support from resources at your school and letting administrators and parents know why and when it’s happening.
On episode 3 of #AskYaritza, our Culturally Responsive Teaching series, @inc_yv welcomes @MomofAllCapes!— Flipgrid (@Flipgrid) October 13, 2020
The two discuss #IndigenousPeoplesDay and discussing political events with your students!
#FlipgridForAll 💚 pic.twitter.com/Jk5YY5OeJj
Arizona public high school seniors: Send in your video now to apply for AZEdNews Scholarships sponsored by The Brand Agency. First winner named Oct. 30.
Confirmed COVID-19 cases in Arizona rose to 226,734 today from 226,050 yesterday, and 5,767 have died from the virus, said the Arizona Department of Health Services.
Arizona reports 683 new COVID-19 cases and 8 new known deaths as hospitalizations remain stable https://t.co/MGdPS6PXmD— azcentral (@azcentral) October 13, 2020
Handwashing is one of the best ways to protect yourself, your friends, and your family from getting sick. Learn how you should wash your hands to stay healthy & when it is most important: https://t.co/XKevxiMEjR. pic.twitter.com/MhOuvHIfyj— CDC (@CDCgov) October 13, 2020
In Maricopa County, there are 147,010 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 26,516 in Pima County, 13,089 in Yuma County, 11,123 in Pinal County, 5,923 in Navajo County, 4,529 in Coconino County, 4,096 in Mohave County, 3,708 in Apache County, 2,922 in Santa Cruz County, 2,721 in Yavapai County, 1,972 in Cochise County, 1,537 in Gila County, 951 in Graham County, 572 in La Paz County and 64 in Greenlee County.
Williams COVID-19 testing and flu vaccinations – Thursday, October 15th at the North Country Health Care (NCHC) Clinic at 300 S. 6th St from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm. pic.twitter.com/Djrk9Ct9Hl— Coconino County Health and Human Services (@CoconinoHHS) October 13, 2020
“[R]estarting schools in the wake of COVID-19 is an opportunity to rebuild school systems anew with taken-for-granted assumptions about how things— AASA (@AASAHQ) October 13, 2020
have to be done already cast asunder.” @Harvard prof Ebony Bridwell-Mitchell in the October’s #AASAmag: https://t.co/fcajMsvQdm pic.twitter.com/kCwVe82hXf
Deer Valley Unified School District reminds drivers to pay attention around school buses and stop when the sign is out for students’ safety.
Learn more about the U.S. Latino population during National Hispanic Heritage Month, says Annie E Casey Foundation.
Learn more about this effort to close the digital divide.
Take part in the 3M Young Scientist Challenge for students from Oct. 12- 13, more information below.
We must do more to encourage students to pursue #STEM. That’s why I’m excited to partner with the @3M #YoungScientist Challenge that focuses on improving the world with science. Join me Oct. 12-13th for the first-ever virtual #YoungScientist Challenge: https://t.co/agBiVzjuVi #ad pic.twitter.com/yNrWvtoMmS— Dwayne Reed (@TeachMrReed) October 5, 2020
College Success Arizona President and CEO Rich Nickel shares why reaching the state’s goal of 60 percent of all adults with a certificate or degree is important to the future of Arizona.
Hear from @CollegeAZ President & CEO @Rich_Nickel on why reaching our postsecondary attainment goal is important to future of Arizona and why you should read #StateofAttainment2020 today. https://t.co/ONH1vnS3Ho pic.twitter.com/SuoJrJiuPL— Achieve60AZ (@Achieve60AZ) October 13, 2020
If you know a student aged 5 to 8 years old with a great idea that could change the world, submit their idea to Penguin Kids before Dec. 31. More info below.
Do you know a student or classroom (ages 5-8) with an idea that would change the world?— iCivics (@icivics) October 13, 2020
Submit their idea to @penguinkids before Dec. 31 for a chance to win a $2,500 prize and more! Details at: https://t.co/htPTTL2KXJ pic.twitter.com/QqsfJJmS25
BARR Center celebrates serving 100,000 students with lessons that build strong relationships between teachers and students.
100 Day Celebration for 100,000 Students Served – I-Time fosters a climate of learning and is a thirty-minute weekly lesson facilitated by the core-subject teachers, which helps students build strong relationships with teachers and each other. pic.twitter.com/uKoTneLYX6— BARR Center (@BarrCenter) October 13, 2020
Avondale Elementary School District highlights student activities at it’s preschools.
Greetings from preschool 😃 👋 pic.twitter.com/XTLETvwii7— Avondale District (@AvondaleESD) October 13, 2020
Learn more about student success, engagement and empowerment at a virtual event Oct. 16 from 9 a.m. to noon hosted by Scottsdale Community College.
Join us Oct. 16 from 9am to noon, for an online conference on student success, engagement and empowerment! Hear from others who have overcome challenges. Learn why civic participation is so important and how you impact the future. https://t.co/oLkrY2HcaH pic.twitter.com/kqFgdzTkU3— ScottsdaleCC (@ScottsdaleCC) October 13, 2020
Encourage your students who volunteer to apply for the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards by Nov. 10.
Student volunteers are doing great things at schools across the country. Who’s the spirit of your community? Encourage them to apply today by visiting https://t.co/KonxwHRBOT (Via The @PruSpirit of Community Awards) pic.twitter.com/6wDqQ3r51u— NASSP (@NASSP) October 13, 2020
Involvement in the arts helps increase students civic engagement and lowers the dropout rate, Peoria Arts Education says.
Studies show that engagement and participation in Arts programing helps to increase IQ scores, civic engagement and creates well-rounded students. #PeoriaUnifiedPride that additionally, the Arts help to lower the dropout rate & increases community service engagement for students pic.twitter.com/5E8w46tftj— Peoria Arts Ed (@PeoriaArtsEd) October 13, 2020
Tempe Elementary School District thanks Chasse for donating time and resources for Little Free Libraries at four schools.
Today is day 35 of 176 school days of #InspireHopeTD3! Huge thanks to @CHASSEteam for donating the time and resources for #LittleFreeLibraries at 4 of our schools. We look forward to seeing children utilize these for years to come! 📚❤️📚 pic.twitter.com/MtUj99dYcG— Tempe Elementary (@TempeElementary) October 13, 2020
Yuma Union High School District‘s Game of the Week‘s pre-game show starts Friday, Oct. 16 at 6:45 p.m.
The YUHSD Football Game of the Week features Gila Ridge visiting Yuma High. Pregame show begins Friday at 6:45 PM. Kickoff at 7.— Yuma Union High School District (@YUHSD) October 13, 2020
Watch Live on Facebook (YUHSD) and Spectrum Channel 73 locally. pic.twitter.com/mCo2tGD2hV
What it’s like to be a child care provider during COVID, courtesy of Good Morning America.
Child care workers with children are facing a crisis within a crisis. “We’ve always known that we’re essential.” https://t.co/rKfzQGCRCX— Marquita Davis (@MarquitaFDavis) October 13, 2020
Updated 10/12: Today Arizona celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day, thanks to a years long effort by Native American leaders and youth, including Arizona Sen. Jamescita Peshlakai and a proclamation signed by Gov. Doug Ducey on Sept. 4, 2020.
For the first time ever, Arizona will recognize Indigenous Peoples Day today. Here’s why https://t.co/6UjztrIqnP— azcentral (@azcentral) October 12, 2020
Confirmed COVID-19 cases in Arizona rose to 226,050 today from 225,575 yesterday, and 5,759 have died from the virus, said the Arizona Department of Health Services.
Arizona health authorities reported no additional coronavirus deaths for the second consecutive day on Monday, with 475 new cases.— KTAR News 92.3 (@KTAR923) October 12, 2020
It was the first time since the start of the pandemic that Arizona went consecutive days without adding to the death toll. https://t.co/a2Z6BXcFQd
In Maricopa County, there are 146,574 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 26,465 in Pima County, 13,046 in Yuma County, 11,076 in Pinal County, 5,910 in Navajo County, 4,089 in Mohave County, 4,498 in Coconino County, 3,706 in Apache County, 2,915 in Santa Cruz County, 2,706 in Yavapai County, 1,965 in Cochise County, 1,525 in Gila County, 942 in Graham County, 571 in La Paz County and 62 in Greenlee County.
Today, 475 #COVID19 cases and no deaths are being added to the ADHS dashboard. Arizonans interested in testing can find information on more than 400 testing sites, hours of operation, contacts, and more here: https://t.co/fR5UCzVGCv pic.twitter.com/9HzbB6iEFf— AZ Dept of Health (@AZDHS) October 12, 2020
LATEST NUMBERS: Arizona is reporting 475 COVID-19 cases and 0 additional deaths. Ventilators in use by coronavirus patients continue to rise.— azfamily 3TV CBS 5 (@azfamily) October 12, 2020
MORE INFO: https://t.co/6yR9UQnBot pic.twitter.com/HYpAHsHVKR
Students in Arizona’s largest school district headed back to in-person learning today, ABC 15 Arizona reports.
Sunnyside Unified School District congratulates the Distance Devil Boys Team for its fourth place finish at Rio Rico Rattler this morning.
Way to go!! 🥳🥳 https://t.co/3PNcu4hR71— Sunnyside Unified School District (@sunnysideusd) October 12, 2020
Want to learn more about best practices for teaching in online, hybrid or flex environment? The Arizona Virtual Teacher Institute is hosting a free bootcamp series Tuesday, Oct. 13 and Wednesday, Oct. 14.
Presented by the Arizona Virtual Teacher Institute, join us for a free bootcamp series on October 13 and 14 to learn about best practices for teaching in a digital, hybrid, or flex environment. Sign up here: https://t.co/oRSzyYl0tl— ASU Prep Digital (@asuprepdigital) October 12, 2020
People have questions about a school board election and ABC 15 Arizona’s Danielle Learner shares the answers from election officials.
Gotten a few questions from voters in the @PhoenixUnion district. I called election officials tonight and they confirm this ballot is correct.— Danielle Lerner (@DanielleLerner) October 12, 2020
-Yes, there are TWO seats up for grabs.
-You vote for only ONE, and the two candidates with the most votes get the seats. pic.twitter.com/0axVSyWGzB
Follow the journey of 20 high school students as NBC Nightly News grades America’s schools during the COVID-19 pandemic.
NBC Nightly News: Grading America’s schools in Covid-19 era https://t.co/GlBGCKs7dC— Rehema Ellis (@rehemaellis) October 12, 2020
Arizona After School Alliance will celebrate Lights On Afterschool next week with virtual events showcasing programs.
We’re celebrating #LightsOnAfterschool NEXT WEEK with a whole week of virtual events just for afterschool programs, students, and staff! Join us in celebrating the largest showcase of afterschool programs! https://t.co/NKrdmOiW41— Afterschool Alliance (@afterschool4all) October 12, 2020
Head Start helps get children ready for school and prepares them for academic success.
“There are roughly 2,000 days from the day a child is born until they go to kindergarten. Our job is to help them succeed, promote school readiness, and development of the child in that time period.” #HeadStartAwarenessMonth https://t.co/0yR36VM0fo— FirstFiveYearsFund (@firstfiveyears) October 12, 2020
Most Arizona voters will see school district bond and override elections on their ballot, KJZZ News 91.5 FM reports.
Arizona voters will also see a number of local races for school board seats and school district bond measures. One group wants to educate voters on education. @sdbourque1 reports.https://t.co/KJdBScC6z2— KJZZ Phoenix (@kjzzphoenix) October 12, 2020
Third-graders at a North Carolina elementary school were quarantined after their teacher died days after testing positive for COVID-19, CNN reports. None of her students have reported symptoms or contracted COVID-19 so far.
A third-grade teacher has died in North Carolina days after testing positive for Covid-19 and while her students were quarantined as a result of the exposure https://t.co/y473cCVCOK— CNN (@CNN) October 12, 2020
ASU Cronkite School of Journalism Fall 2020 graduates it’s time to get your cap, gown and tassel.
Updated 10/9: Arts education helps students improve their academic skills in other areas, Peoria Arts Education says.
Research shows that the when students study Music great things happen! Arts Education is Essential for all of our students! Want to learn more about the @PeoriaUnified11 programs, opportunities and leadership? https://t.co/IKGaLegwc2 pic.twitter.com/uGCf1Zrolc— Peoria Arts Ed (@PeoriaArtsEd) October 8, 2020
Crane School District students share what five tools their hand could turn into whenever they want in this classroom activity.
Loved the discussions that came with this activity! If your hand could turn into 5 tools whenever you wanted, what would you choose and why? Lots of creative thinking and reasoning to support our ideas! #creativethinking #iteachGATE #Investigators #GatorsareAmazing #WeareCrane pic.twitter.com/Ismrh7OYXv— Jessica Casey (@Jescakaye) October 8, 2020
Students at Copperwood Elementary learned about static Electricity during their Kids Zone before and after school programs.
Students at Copperwood School learned about static electricity today… they even made Ms. Michelle’s hair dance! 😆 pic.twitter.com/dOaKyZpDug— KidZone (@KidZoneAZ) October 7, 2020
Confirmed COVID-19 cases in Arizona rose to 224,084 today from 223,401 yesterday, and 5,746 have died from the virus, said the Arizona Department of Health Services.
Today, 683 #COVID19 cases and three deaths are being added to the ADHS dashboard. Getting a #fluvaccine is the best protection from #influenza this season. It’s time to #RollUpYourSleeve. Learn more: https://t.co/ZIEnDqp0eT pic.twitter.com/WRr8l0XXkF— AZ Dept of Health (@AZDHS) October 9, 2020
In Maricopa County, there are 145,298 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 26,287 in Pima County, 12,941 in Yuma County, 10,973 in Pinal County, 5,874 in Navajo County, 4,078 in Mohave County, 4,401in Coconino County, 3,654 in Apache County, 2,900 in Santa Cruz County, 2,682 in Yavapai County, 1,944 in Cochise County, 1,500 in Gila County, 927 in Graham County, 563 in La Paz County and 62 in Greenlee County.
The Arizona Wellbeing Commons virtual conference is underway to discuss the challenges presented by COVID-19. ABOR Chair Penley will present opening remarks to discuss how Arizona’s public universities have responded to the pandemic. https://t.co/fecmVryOVR #azwellbeingcommons pic.twitter.com/uaut3gvQJ5— Arizona Board of Regents (@AZRegents) October 9, 2020
#EDUCATION: All is not lost if your #children have missed out on some of their usual social interaction during #COVID19. They might have actually gained something in spending more time with #family.https://t.co/fyS0F1MPG4#parenting #kids #pandemic pic.twitter.com/E8q1odGLRN— Education News (@educationblog) October 9, 2020
Speak Up Stand Up Save A Life is offering a home climate webinar to promote learning and prevent stress.
While we’re excited about SSS 2021, we’re aware of parent/teacher struggles. We’re partnering w/ https://t.co/iMSVVefkSp to offer “Your ‘Home Climate’ During the COVID-19 Outbreak.” It’ll promote learning, prevent stress, & protect kids from cyberbullying. https://t.co/nGG71VdGlL— Speak Up Stand Up Save A Life (@SpeakStandSave) October 9, 2020
The National Parent Teacher Association shares info about a grant opportunity for teachers.
Have you heard? @MountainAmerica is giving away 10 Education Grants, up to $1,500, to support learning-based projects in K-12 classrooms! If you are a school leader or educator and a member of Mountain America, you are eligible! Deadline is Oct. 9, 2020 https://t.co/bXAKZSzUlq pic.twitter.com/6Z3It2Ul9w— NationalPTA (@NationalPTA) October 9, 2020
Deer Valley Unified highlighted their Transportation Teams’ hard work.
COVID-19 exposed the fragility of childcare, says Child Care Relief.
“The #COVID19 crisis has exposed the fragility of the #childcare sector. It’s costly to operate and what we know is parents can’t pay more and #earlychildhood educators can’t earn less.” –@RhianNAEYC https://t.co/rsw5hnZ2IG— ChildCareRelief (@ChildCareRelief) October 9, 2020
Tolleson Elementary School District Supt. Lupita Ley Hightowers describes her journey to lead the students in her school district.
Glendale Elementary Supt. Cindy Segotta-Jones was honored with the Carolyn Warner Women in Leadership Educational Service Award,
Congratulations to Superintendent Segotta-Jones for receiving the inaugural Carolyn Warner Women in Leadership Educational Service Award! Thank you for your inspirational leadership in GESD and for your unending focus on serving and supporting all kids. https://t.co/KYWVUZdIuV— Glendale Elementary School District (@GESD40) October 6, 2020
Avondale Elementary School District thanked Valley of the Sun United Way for its donations to help get school classrooms ready for students’ return.
Flagstaff Unified honors Hispanic Heritage Month.
We honor National Hispanic Heritage Month recognizing the essential contributions made by Hispanic Americans in all aspects of the formation of our country. https://t.co/MBwDl7bMNT pic.twitter.com/enmuVVnRR6— Flagstaff Unified School District (@FlagstaffUSD1) October 8, 2020
Ajo Unified lets students families know that school will remain online until the end of the Fall semester.
Take a few minutes to complete Census 2020 to ensure accurate funding for programs for schools, children, seniors, as well as police and fire services and road maintenance, Raising Arizona Kids reminds Arizonans.
RT @CityofPhoenixAZ: According to the U.S. Census Bureau the Phoenix response rate is at 65%. Parts of Council District 3 are doing better, other parts are behind. Take 10 minutes to complete yours or help who you know at https://t.co/ahteLwk7Y1 pic.twitter.com/bRRqX0cqba pic.twitter.com/6KxsFhdUr8— Raising Arizona Kids (@RAKmagazine) October 9, 2020
Pendergast Elementary School District shares this message in honor of John Lennon’s birthday.
Today is John Lennon’s birthday! John Lennon (1940-1980) was one of the most successful songwriters of the 20th century, as well as forming a quarter of the super band The Beatles. pic.twitter.com/cyJ0LTLmrc— PESD92 (@PESD92) October 9, 2020
Principals like this one are passionate about helping students succeed and supporting their staff, the National Association of Elementary School Principals says.
I love to recruit, mentor, and inspire teams of educators, counselors, and school staff, helping them to be as effective as possible in guiding students’ learning and growth. Also, 💜providing them with opportunities to collaborate and to grow as professionals and leaders. https://t.co/awdBoA1Y8K— SHHS Principal (@shhs_principal) October 8, 2020
Littleton Elementary School District‘s Quentin STEM Academy received Model PLC recognition.
A round of applause please 👏👏👏— Solution Tree (@SolutionTree) October 7, 2020
Congrats to Quentin STEM Academy in Arizona for your Model PLC designation. May your flag fly proudly as a reminder of all your hard work!#atplc @LESD65 pic.twitter.com/9dK34UoHD2
ACT lets students know how they’ll hear if there are changes before test day.
Students, if your registration status changes before test day, here’s how you will know:— ACT (@ACT) October 9, 2020
– We’re sending emails up until 9 pm CT the night before the test.
– Before you leave on test day, please check the cancellations page for morning-of updates: https://t.co/rAOp6LpnM6 pic.twitter.com/fbjG5nsJa7
Mesa Public Schools updates students’ families about in-person learning.
Please read an important update about five-day modified in-person learning at https://t.co/JCOzKockMs.— Mesa Public Schools (@mpsaz) October 8, 2020
Updated 10/8: To reach Achieve60AZ‘s goal of 60 percent of Arizonans with a post-secondary credential, certificate or degree, Arizona will have to address the opportunity gaps for students of color and students from low-income families, College Success Arizona says.
Arizona will not reach the @Achieve60AZ goal without taking into account scenarios that are unique to communities of color or lower-income communities. We must close attainment opportunity gaps to move the needle. Learn more: https://t.co/R4xwfUTDwK #StateofAttainment2020 pic.twitter.com/JlcpSEn3aJ— CollegeSuccessAZ (@CollegeAZ) October 8, 2020
Increasing Arizona’s educational attainment to 60% by 2030 is critical to the future of our state and the recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn about what Arizona must do in the @Achieve60AZ #StateofAttainment2020: https://t.co/zILnyfYsCY. #Go60AZ #AZProgress #Road2Equity https://t.co/UUuTwRZ9Xg— ExpectMoreAZ (@ExpectMoreAZ) October 8, 2020
Vello helped students with 250 days of fun reading activities helping them grow up to 2.3 reading levels on average, Valley of the Sun United Way says. Learn more and sign up below.
During the pandemic, Vello helped students in 100,000+ reading opportunities in 250 full days of fun reading activities during otherwise challenging times. Students grew an average of 2.3 reading levels. Learn more & sign up at https://t.co/QRXm5Glqc0. #nationaltutoringweek pic.twitter.com/m5OUEwxLjP— Valley of the Sun United Way (@myvsuw) October 8, 2020
Be a Leader Foundation is hosting it’s Taking Steps Toward College Success event virtually Nov. 13 to 15. Sign up now.
This year @BeALeaderFound is hosting their Taking Steps Toward College Success event virtually! The summit will be Nov. 13-15 and have speakers for topics like college access, FAFSA assistance, college advising, and more. Learn more and sign up at https://t.co/zC88FmjL9q today. pic.twitter.com/SZEOEisCxk— Valley of the Sun United Way (@myvsuw) October 8, 2020
Hear how tribal colleges are improving student outcomes with Carnegie Math‘s courses, courtesy of WestEd.
🤔 “I am not a math person” is a commonly-held belief instilled by past experiences. Find out how nineteen of the nation’s 35 accredited tribal colleges and universities are improving student outcomes through #CarnegieMath‘s courses: https://t.co/v5ZG4LwXhj #highered #math— WestEd (@WestEd) October 8, 2020
Confirmed COVID-19 cases in Arizona rose to 223,401 today from 222,538 yesterday, and 5,743 have died from the virus, said the Arizona Department of Health Services.
Continued masking is imperative to avoiding another wave of #COVID19 in our state. When mask-wearing was enforced in municipalities across Arizona, infections went down 75%. Now is not the time to let up on this important mitigation strategy. #MaskUpAZ https://t.co/erRDpMHfvq— Kathy Hoffman (@Supt_Hoffman) October 8, 2020
In Maricopa County, there are 144,867 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 26,217 in Pima County, 12,894 in Yuma County, 10,919 in Pinal County, 5,871 in Navajo County, 4,079 in Mohave County, 4,385 in Coconino County, 3,654 in Apache County, 2,895 in Santa Cruz County, 2,672 in Yavapai County, 1,937 in Cochise County, 1,487 in Gila County, 907 in Graham County, 557 in La Paz County and 60 in Greenlee County.
NEW: Last week Valley parents debated whether to hide their students’ COVID-19 results in a bid to allow football games to continue uninterrupted.— Lorraine Longhi 🌵 (@lolonghi) October 8, 2020
The executive director of the AIA called the suggestion to hide tests “absolutely unacceptable.” @azc_obert https://t.co/xThp7TRE8l
#Arizona #COVID19 hospitalizations are seeing obvious upward trends. Inpatient has increased 55% since 9/8, ICU 36% and ED visits 20%. Important to note though, still low levels all around. pic.twitter.com/NDgW2ba4Ho— The AZ – abc15 – Data Guru (@Garrett_Archer) October 8, 2020
Arizona has it’s first 5k+ #COVID19 cumulative case zip code today. 85009 is now at 5,017. The largest contributor to this is very likely the correctional facilities at lower Buckeye. pic.twitter.com/4Zypb5rUbb— The AZ – abc15 – Data Guru (@Garrett_Archer) October 8, 2020
Early voting has started in Arizona, with counties opening sites for people to cast ballots and county Recorders mailing millions of early ballots to voters Wednesday. https://t.co/dTgsSzbEWO— 12 News (@12News) October 8, 2020
Nogales Unified‘s Mary L. Welty Elementary School is one of the 44 schools named A+ Schools of Excellence by the Arizona Educational Foundation.
Flagstaff High School‘s Coach Tyrone Johnson received the Spirit of Cotton Award from the Phoenix Suns.
USDA Farmers to Families free food box pickups are available through the Yuma Community Food Bank in the Yuma, San Luis, Dateland and Somerton areas, Crane Schools Nutrition says.
FREE FOOD BOX PICKUP from Yuma Community Food Bank ! We are spreading the word on the USDA Farmers to Families Food Boxes🍎🍊🥦— Crane Schools Nutrition (@CraneFood) October 8, 2020
This is a great opportunity for free produce, dairy and protein distribution in our community! 📦@YumaFoodBank @CraneSchools pic.twitter.com/FvRGEQTeQo
Tuba City Unified School District shares information about a flu shot drive through clinic.
Valley Vista High School‘s Burt Delay received the AZ Cardinals Player of the Week award, Dysart Unified School District said.
Mesa Public Schools congratulates the 44 schools awarded Arizona Educational Foundation’s A+ School of Excellence.
Maricopa County School Superintendent Steve Watson is partnering with Palo Verde Generating Station to celebrate Nuclear Science Week, and encourages you to register now for a STEMProLive with them on Friday, Oct. 23 at 10 a.m.
We are partnering with @apsFYI Palo Verde Generating Station to celebrate #NuclearScienceWeek! Join us on Fri, Oct. 23rd at 10 a.m. for #STEMProLive. Register now! (https://t.co/pdZnkqJgqm) pic.twitter.com/VKvKynec6p— Maricopa County School Superintendent Steve Watson (@mcschoolsup) October 8, 2020
Arizona Council on Economic Education reminds you that October is Financial Planning Month.
October is Financial Planning Month. No matter how much money you have, you can start with a DIY financial plan that will set you up for future success. #RealityThursday @CharlesSchwab @CarrieSchwab https://t.co/uufRi5YfmG pic.twitter.com/XzgJQ22OsP— AZ Council Econ Ed (@AzCouncilEconEd) October 8, 2020
The arts help kids focus and concentrate habits they’ll use all their lives, Peoria Arts Education says.
Boosting a student’s ability to develop skills that allow them to focus and have enhanced levels of concentration, will provide benefits for a lifetime. #PeoriaUnifiedPride for the role the Arts play in developing these skills & habits for @PeoriaUnified11 students. pic.twitter.com/lKJ3csSFVC— Peoria Arts Ed (@PeoriaArtsEd) October 7, 2020
Avondale Elementary School District teachers and staff are preparing classrooms to welcome students back on Monday.
Our teachers are prepping and getting ready to welcome students back on Monday 😁 pic.twitter.com/7Kx5ABHH1M— Desert Star School (@ScorpionprideAz) October 7, 2020
Rhode Island experts provide help to teachers and parents with remote learning and the model would be one other state might want to follow, The Hechinger Report says.
Rhode Island’s statewide helpline for teachers and parents staffed by experts could be a model to follow for remote learninghttps://t.co/jclNxHGOyC— The Hechinger Report (@hechingerreport) October 8, 2020
Tolleson Union High School District has decided to continue online learning through the remained for the first semester which ends Dec. 18, since the district’s COVID-19 positivity rate is at 9.25%, well above the 5% rate required for students to return to in-person learning on campus.
Peoria MET hosts a virtual open house on Thursday Oct. 15 at 6 p.m. for students and their families interested in working with medical, engineering and technology professionals on authentic projects and work experiences.
The MET will be hosting a virtual open house on Thursday, Oct. 15th at 6:00 pm. Use the below link to join and learn more about the innovative programming at the MET for the 2021-22 school year. https://t.co/zPG3zmkn8D pic.twitter.com/0tdz3RTaLN— #PeoriaMET (@PeoriaMET) October 6, 2020
Prescott College students, faculty and staff are participating in the North American Association for Environmental Education conference this year.
Several of our students, faculty, and staff are participating in the 49th Annual NAAEE “Inspire Change” Conference, which is taking place virtually this year now though October 16th. For more information visit https://t.co/NbsIoyAIxY #NAAEE2020 pic.twitter.com/3QTpVYpPnY— Prescott College (@Prescottcollege) October 8, 2020
Here are some of the COVID-19 screening procedures that will be done before students get on buses in Santa Cruz Valley Unified School District #35.
Updated 10/7: Students celebrate their teachers in fun ways – sometimes inside an online learning assignment – this Crane School District teacher says.
Sunnyside Unified reminds students and staff as they return to campus to follow the safety guidelines to keep everyone healthy.
Gililland Middle School teachers and staff thanked students for a great first quarter of the school year with this video.
Confirmed COVID-19 cases in Arizona rose to 222,538 today from 221,934 yesterday, and 5,733 have died from the virus, said the Arizona Department of Health Services.
Today, 604 #COVID19 cases and 20 deaths are being added to the ADHS dashboard. Arizonans interested in testing can find information on more than 400 testing sites, hours of operation, contact information, and more here: https://t.co/EsXbZ4uieG pic.twitter.com/T6bsGNzhPA— AZ Dept of Health (@AZDHS) October 7, 2020
In Maricopa County, there are 144,342 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 26,092 in Pima County, 12,883 in Yuma County, 10,859 in Pinal County, 5,848 in Navajo County, 4,075 in Mohave County, 4,343 in Coconino County, 3,642 in Apache County, 2,892 in Santa Cruz County, 2,645 in Yavapai County, 1,934 in Cochise County, 1,468 in Gila County, 901 in Graham County, 554 in La Paz County and 60 in Greenlee County.
Vice President Mike Pence and his Democratic challenger, California Sen. Kamala Harris, are set to face off in a debate that will offer starkly different visions for a country confronting escalating crises. https://t.co/EJbZPBCVEf— KTAR News 92.3 (@KTAR923) October 7, 2020
It’s LGBTQ History Month and GLSEN’s Solidarity Week, WestEd says.
October is #LGBTQ History Month and Oct 5-9 is @GLSEN‘s #SolidarityWeek, a student-powered campaign dedicated to learning about & building collective support for LGBTQ+ students and educators: https://t.co/9p93ZIC83Y #edchat #edequity— WestEd (@WestEd) October 7, 2020
Students at Yuma Elementary School District‘s Fourth Avenue Junior High show off some of the birdhouses they made using recycled items.
A former Gowan Science Academy and Crane Middle School student is ranked among the top 300 finalists in the 2020 Broadcom MASTERS competition.
Yuma Elementary School District One shares with families the supplemental services that their Migrant Education Program offers.
Kyrene School District celebrates three schools named Arizona Educational Foundation A+ Schools of Excellence.
Take part in a diversity and inclusivity webinar hosted by GateWay Community College this morning.
🚨Happening Today🚨— GateWay CC (@gatewayaz) October 7, 2020
Online Webinar: Bridging the Academic Achievement Gap with Dr. Tyrone Bledsoe
Don’t miss out on this professional development opportunity for GateWay students, faculty and staff.
To attend, visit https://t.co/iW6acLHh4W pic.twitter.com/2ZUbtWaKdo
Williams Unified students solved math problems and completed reading tasks in order to cure illnesses and save lives in a hospital simulation thanks to their teachers.
Benson Unified‘s preschool offers tours to families considering enrolling in their program.
Tucson Unified thanked the Educational Enrichment Foundation for supporting students and taking them shoe shopping .
Flagstaff Unified congratulates Ashley Curtin who was named Coconino County Rookie Teacher of the Year.
Join the discussion on how to bring more funding to schools serving a majority of students of color with Education Week on Oct. 14.
Join us on Oct. 14 when #EWSitsWith @PeterMDeWitt and @andreperryedu to examine how to bring more funding to schools in Black and brown communities and whether the social services so many schools must offer are widening the learning gap. https://t.co/akXaalMzmu— Education Week (@educationweek) October 7, 2020
Dysart Unified celebrates being awarded the certificate of excellence in financial reporting by the Association of School Business Officials International.
The Dysart Unified School District has received the Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting by @ASBOIntl . The award was earned for the 2019 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report & recognizes high standards for financial reporting & transparency for the past 25 yrs! pic.twitter.com/S2Phzy5qqU— Dysart School District (@DysartUSD) October 7, 2020
Learn more about nursing during a Coconino Community College Zoom session on Thursday afternoon.
CCC FREE Nursing 101 Info Session Via Zoom— Coconino CC (@CoconinoCC) October 7, 2020
New & Continuing Pre-Health CCC Students Welcome
2 – 3 p.m.
Thursday, October 8, 2020
Contact Carolyn.Christianer@Coconino.Edu, 928-226-4393, schedule an online appointment at https://t.co/rQEGdkg6SE, or visit https://t.co/Piuu9JR3FH. pic.twitter.com/iuCdsu9tBg
The physical condition of a classroom sends students a message, Teach for America says.
One of the greatest things that the pandemic has taught us about education is the importance of socioemotional learning. As a student, a rundown facility doesn’t just send a message, it sets a mood. The design of a school is just as important as the learning that happens there! https://t.co/5jnAhEo8l8— Josh Stern (@JoshSternNYC) October 6, 2020
Sept. 23- Oct. 6: 44 A+Schools of Excellence named today
Sept. 9 – Sept. 22: More schools bypass hybrid option for full re-openings
Aug. 12 – Aug. 24: Students, teachers affected by Zoom outage
July 13- July 30: Teachers prepare for digital learning and back to school
Updates from June 15 – June 29: Video: Gov. pauses re-opening of some businesses as COVID-19 cases rise
Updates from May 26 – June 12: Increase in COVID-19 cases marks a new daily high
Updates from May 20 – 25: AZ Dept. of Ed releases COVID-19 guidance to schools for summer programs, back to school
Updates from May 11 – 19: Arizonans consider workplace safety, what back to school will look like amid COVID-19
Updates from April 26 – May 10: Stores re-open, COVID-19 testing blitz resumes on Saturday
Updates from April 8 – 25: You can get tested now if you think you’ve been exposed to COVID-19
Updates from March 12 – April 7: Coronavirus response: Cases rise; AZ Day of Giving