With 11 years of combined teaching experience in preschool, Lederman is now in her second year of teaching preschool students at Laird School. Principal Dr. Nancy Uxa describes Lederman as a “solid rockstar” that is committed to her students’ success.
School-wide activities included collecting used blankets and towels to benefit the Maricopa animal shelter, drawing kind messages on the sidewalk with chalk, and thanking Fuller staff with a kind note.
To celebrate the first day of Walk On! Day, members from BCBSAZ visited Curry Elementary School where fourth- and fifth-graders were treated to an upbeat assembly encouraging the 5-2-1-0 challenge.
Across the nation, National School Counseling Week is celebrated February 4-8 to highlight the tremendous impact counselors have in helping students achieve success in school and in life.
02/07/2019 3:50 PM
Taiko is the Japanese word for “great drum.” This ancient musical art form originated centuries ago in Asia. The resounding beat of the massive drums, ranging from one foot to six feet in diameter, could be heard over great distances and historically was used as a means of communication.
01/31/2019 3:45 PM
The Tempe Elementary School District Purchasing Department is taking on an extra task some may consider daunting – bringing math to life for students.
01/31/2019 3:30 PM
Students at Scales Technology Academy are working on their green thumbs, thanks to Library Teacher Olivia Gersten and several other individuals who have worked hard to make the garden a success at Scales.
The Butterfly Effect is in effect at Thew Elementary! Artist and Entrepreneur Tasha Wahl started the micro-philanthropy movement in 2013 as a way to help encourage people to spread positivity in their world.
A common phrase used in Jessica Foster’s first- through third-grade class at Meyer Montessori stems from the book “Have You Filled a Bucket Today,” written by Carol McCloud. The concept behind the phrase is simple, yet its meaning has a profound life lesson.
01/11/2019 10:05 AM
A Tempe Police Officer spent the holiday season working on an extra special project for a lucky Aguilar Elementary student.
The Meyer Montessori community spent the holiday season collecting food for those in need, but it was a bit different from typical food drives.
12/21/2018 9:19 AM
Librarian Renee Reidhead went the extra mile to help make the stories about gingerbread traditions and the holiday spirit come alive for second-graders at Curry Elementary.
Students at Hudson Elementary School have been busy completing a special project to spread holiday cheer to active duty military members.
Erik Whitehill doesn’t just write performances for his own students at Fuller, as many of his performances are performed across the country! Get to know more about him, the performance, and what projects we can expect from him in the future in the conversation below.
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12/10/2018 4:00 PM
Letter writing may seem like a lost art to some. But students in the Tempe Elementary School District are reviving it, thanks to the program Pen Pals for Seniors, initiated last year by Tempe Elementary Visual Communication Specialist Sr. Amy Garza.
12/06/2018 1:38 PM
For three weeks, two company members from Ballet Arizona worked with 20 Scales students after school to create an all-new dance from start to finish.
12/06/2018 1:30 PM
Tempe Elementary School District Governing Board Receives Award from Arizona School Boards Association
The Tempe Elementary School District Governing Board has been selected to receive the Total Board Boardsmanship Award.
Led by Amy Evans, PACE Teacher at Fuller Elementary, the contest invited PACE students from kindergarten through eighth-grade to submit original mosaic designs using Rubik’s Cubes.
12/04/2018 10:54 AM
Celebrate differences! That's the theme of this week at Fuller Elementary.