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 EAs Are Key Players

EA's Are Key Players

Recently KGUN anchor Heidi Alagha decided to visit Esperero Canyon Middle School to try her hand as an education assistant (EA). She found that EAs play a key role in delivering quality education at our schools.   Read the complete story here. Do you have what it takes for this fast-paced and purposeful position?  We're hiring!  On our website, go to Human Resources > Employment Opportunities.  
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 The Impact of K-12 Music Education

In CFSD, students begin their music education pathway in kindergarten, and many students go on to perform in orchestra, band, and/or choir. "Fine Arts is just one of those critical things that you need in life. It’s kind of like a change of scenery and kind of gives you a better perspective on life," says Antonio Padilla, Falcon Steel player and Falcon Marching Band drum major. "And so you should always encourage your kids to join some kind of fine arts program because it will always benefit them in some way, whether it’s leading them to music or teaching them real-life skills.”


A New Milestone In Her Mission to Help Others

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In June, Foothills grad Adanta Ahanonu ‘07 earned her Master of Science in Nonprofit Leadership from the School of Social Policy & Practice at the University of Pennsylvania.
“Working full-time while in school was challenging,” says Adanta, “but I was hungry to apply my practical learnings in real-time to become a more well-rounded nonprofit leader. I'm relieved to have the privilege of hitting the snooze button on weekends again!” Adanta is the Chief Program Officer for COOP, which is working to help first-gen college grads overcome underemployment through digital skills and peer connections.

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 The CFSD Foundation announced its Teachers of the Year - Jennifer Lansey, Canyon View 4th Grade teacher, and Suzette Rosenblatt, Esperero Spanish teacher.

 Three Esperero students ("Brick Bros" team) won first place at the first ever Tucson Mini-Master LEGO Building Competition.

  The CFHS boys and girls tennis teams won the Division II State Championship​​​​​​​

  Twelve CFHS athletes signed their letter of intent for athletics at the NCAA Signing Day.

 CFHS Kiera Kuehnle, Intermediate Theatre Arts student, participated in the National Shakespeare Competition in New York City​​​​​​​.

 Congratulations to three Sunrise Drive 1st grade chess team members, Owen Chu, Adam Elitzer, and Eleanor Smith, who won 1st place in the state chess tournament on January 21.

 Two CFHS Computer Programming students qualified to go to the National Competition in the Computer Game & Simulation Programming event​​​​​​​.

 At the Arizona Band and Orchestra Directors Concert Band Festival on March 1, three CFHS concert bands received the top rating of Superior with Distinction.


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What is the District’s Open Enrollment Program?

Open enrollment is a state law that allows students to attend schools outside of their resident school if the receiving school has the capacity to accept them. CFSD residents who wish to attend a school other than their home area school must apply under the open enrollment program as well as non-resident families.


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