The following is an important message from your Superintendent about a projected walkout on April 26.
04/19/2018 11:30 PM
The Ward Warrior tile project came about back in fall 2017 when fourth-graders at Ward Traditional Academy were learning about area and perimeter. Mrs. Reid and Mrs. Ganssle wanted to have the Director of Facilities Management Steve Pomroy come in to show the blue prints of the building so that...
04/19/2018 6:38 PM
Recently the Broadmor PTA hosted an assembly about Celebrating Differences with a goal of developing an appreciation for accepting individual differences that exist in all people, building a better understanding of the challenges a person with a disability faces, and ultimately teaching that in...
04/19/2018 5:32 PM
What makes Tempe distinct, diverse, and dynamic? These are the questions that Tempe Elementary students answered to be entered into the Tempe History Museum sponsored a writing contest for our fourth- through eighth-grade students.
For as long as she can remember, Jacqueline Serrano has always had a passion for art and music.
Nearly 11,500 students in the Tempe Elementary School District will benefit from a recent $180,000 grant to help all students receive fresh, scratch-cooked, healthy meals at school by transforming school food operations in Tempe.
Every Wednesday morning before the first bell rings at Hudson Elementary, the corner of Sarah Shipe’s first-grade classroom is transformed into “Books and Braids” Salon, a warm and inviting “girly-looking” place where girls go to get their hair “done” and read some books, one-on-one with “Sarah,”...
Tempe Elementary School District is honored to announce our 2018 Tempe Diablos Charities Excellence in Education Award finalists!
A new pair of shoes can really go the extra mile in creating an impact on a child’s life! Thew Elementary fourth-graders received a big surprise last week when Snooze: an A.M. Eatery, local breakfast and lunch restaurant, donated 100 shoes to their entire class.
Last year Tempe Elementary held its first ever Tech Showcase and it was received with wide acclaim. Looking to expand on the success, Instructional Excellence (IE) once again hosted the showcase at the Bustoz Professional Learning Center.
The Hudson PTA invites you and your family for a night of fun at the Hudson Art Gallery on Thursday, March 1 from 6 - 7 p.m.
Wood Librarian Malinda Maruca was excited to find out that Wood Elementary was selected as one of 50 school libraries in Arizona to receive the Barbara Park Memorial Grant.
If you ask Student Support Coach Kirsten Proctor what the background photo on her iPhone was for the past year, she will proudly say it was a selfie of her with renowned American Educator Ron Clark.
Teachers are constantly looking for ways to incorporate Project Based Learning (PBL) in their classrooms.
Aguilar Elementary celebrated Kindness Week January 22-26, 2018 with free hugs, high fives and fist bumps, kind letter writing, friendly photos, buddy reading, and other gestures of kindness
02/08/2018 4:00 AM
It sure was a different world in 1952! Ward Traditional Academy Grandparent and Retired Tempe Elementary Educator Donna Higgins – or Grandma Higgins as she likes to be called – visited WTA first-graders to share how life was like when she was a first-grader.
02/08/2018 3:30 AM
The school parking lot had completely filled up as the sun went down last Thursday evening at Rover Elementary. Parents and children were walking in, welcome banners were posted on the wall, and classroom doors were wide-open awaiting visitors.
02/08/2018 3:00 AM
In Enriquez’s words, a parent liaison must “wear many hats” due to the flexible nature of the position. A parent liaison is constantly on their toes and always willing to do whatever needs to be done.
02/08/2018 2:00 AM
Connolly Middle School parents, students, and staff celebrated the starry night sky at the school’s annual Stargazing Event on Thursday, February 1.
02/08/2018 1:30 AM
Every day there are countless Tempe Elementary employees who continuously work hard to make sure students are able to make the most of their time at school and reach their full potential.