This year he was also number seven on the New Times list of top 100 artists in Phoenix, voted Best Storytelling MC in the New Times Best of Phoenix 2014 which described him as “the architect of downtown Phoenix’ storytelling scene.”
Students placed won Gold and Silver medals in their divisions. Click headline above to see who!
This volunteer program provides a valuable experience to high school students interested in pursuing a career in nursing. Click headline above for complete story.
Anthony Young, who has served as a volunteer assistant coach for almost ten years at four different PUHSD schools, was named the 2014 CAA Girls' Coach of the Year.
Students prepared hors d’oeuvres, dessert and served 700 attendees.
Juan Olivas, Edwin Eliosa, Daniel Gomez, Mireya Ontiveros, Alex Avalos and Martin Lopez won the High School Public Affairs/Community Service category.
Parra is one of four Arizona educators who will be recognized at a dinner ceremony, October 23, at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown. Each of the honorees will receive a $5,000 stipend and a $2,500 donation to their respective schools.
The group will also meet with parents and students at our new school outreach called Family and Community Engagement Team (FACET).
Winning schools are recognized for their superior ability to identify and meet the academic and non-academic needs of their student population.