Green Fields Country Day School has partnered with a Southern Arizona farm to provide baskets of freshly picked fruit, vegetables and herbs.
Two students receive $1,000 scholarships
TUSD board meeting rescheduled to July 2
University High and Basis Tucson have been identified as two of the top 10 high schools across the country. The rankings were released as part of the 2012 U.S. News & World Report's Best High Schools.
MUSD administrator wins counselor award
High school to offer cholesterol screenings
Science academy to host open house Sat.
Altar Valley to expand pre-kinder services
Sandra and Ulysses Knighton shop for fresh organic produce at a
farm stand hosted by the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona
outside of the Ellie Towne Flowing Wells Community Center. The
stand is open twice monthly.
Dianna Kelley smells the citrus as Sara Rickard, a farmer's
market assistant, weighs Kelley's produce at the farm stand.
Zaaron Santa Cruz, 10, rides on a hovercraft during Butterfield
Elementary School's Science Day. Honeywell brought the
Astronomer Larry Behers of Project Astro lectures students
including Kaitlyn Gooch (with fur hood), 11, and Sydney Gamez (in
Jerry King, with the Southern Arizona Rocketry Association,
fires a rocket during Butterfield Elementary School's Science
Rockets are fired off by the Southern Arizona Rocketry
The Southern Arizona Rocketry Association's Steve Lubliner holds
up a couple of different kinds of rockets that will be
Green Fields Country Day School's Griffin Gallop 5K run and
one-mile fun run, which benefits the school's athletic program, is
Jan. 29 at the school, 6000 N. Camino de la Tierra.
Day school's 5K to benefit athletics
Science fair projects are a rite of passage for many elementary
school students here.
The three circles on the ceiling of the great room at the new
Sentinel Peak High School represent the circle of completion,
support and community, said Flowing Wells School District
Superintendent Nicholas Clement.