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Helpful websites about Arizona, K-12 Education and Tempe:

Arizona Department of Education - Resource for information pertaining to education in the state of Arizona.

Arizona Highways - Discover the beauty of Arizona.

Arizona State University - A major research university located in Tempe.

ASU Online - Online degrees through Arizona State University.

Boys and Girls Club of the East Valley

City of Phoenix

City of Tempe

Friends Helping Friends - A non-profit organization available to help employees and retirees of Tempe Elementary School District in times of catastrophic illness.

Girl Scouts

Internet Safety - Arizona Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force has information for parents to keep kids safe online.

Kid Zone - Before and after school programs for students.

Maricopa Community Colleges - Statewide system of community colleges.

McGruff Safeguard - This free site helps parents monitor websites to keep children safe online.

Stop Bullying - Provides information from various government agencies on how kids, teens, young adults, parents, educators, and others in the community can prevent and stop bullying.

Tempe Chamber of Commerce - Helpful information about Tempe.

Tempe Coalition - to reduce underage drinking and drug use

Tempe In Motion - Information about the free youth transit pass

Tempe Impact Education (TIE) Foundation - The foundation is dedicated to providing assistance to the children of Tempe Elementary Schools so that family financial constraints do not limit any child from having a full, rich and rewarding educational experience. TIE provides a variety of resources to children, from clothing to musical instrument rentals to scholarships.

Tempe Parks and Recreation - Information about local parks, sports programs, etc.

Tempe Union High School District - This is the primary high school district for Tempe Elementary School students.

Thrive to Five - This project of Tempe's Communities in Schools is funded by First Things First to provide family support services to parents and/or caregivers of children aged birth to five years old.  Thrive to Five Family Resource Centers are located at Aguilar, Frank, Getz, Holdeman, and Wood schools.

Note: The links above will open a new window and take you out of the Tempe Elementary website. To return to this site simply close the browser window. Due to the dynamic nature of the Internet some of the links above may change or not work. Tempe Elementary Schools is not responsible for the content on these sites.