On March 30, Governor Ducey announced the closure of all Arizona public schools for the remainder of this school year.
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Here are some ideas to stay happy and hopeful during this time.
We have incredible leaders throughout TD3, people who dedicate their lives to help our students grow academically, emotionally, socially — and nutritionally.
03/23/2020 11:55 AM
During this time of school closures, local media has been covering Tempe Elementary in the news and we wanted to provide a location to share these positive stories highlighting our amazing community!
During school closures, utilize Tempe Elementary's comprehensive list of at-home learning resources!
Free meals, childcare, educational activities for your kids to do at home, and credible information and tips regarding prevention of COVID-19 will be shared below.
"Which island country of the Greater Antilles uses English as its official language?"
On Thursday, October 31, 2019, the Arizona State Board of Education released the Arizona A-F Accountability System, also known as school letter grades.
“You are not alone.” That message, along with the Teen Lifeline number for those contemplating suicide, is on the back of many middle school student IDs this year in the Tempe Elementary Elementary School District as part of their efforts to prevent suicide.
We are so grateful for the many dedicated arts educators we have in our District!
Congratulations to Carrie Wolfe, Tempe Academy of International Studies eighth-grade Language Arts teacher!
Choose Kindness: Educator, Author George Couros Inspires TD3 Employees at Back-to-School Kickoff Event
Building positive relationships is the most important part of education. That was the message delivered to all TD3 staff at the annual Back-to-School Kickoff Event for the 2019-2020 school year.
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Last week, 141 new certified staff were warmly welcomed to Tempe Elementary School District at the New Certified Staff Orientation.
Over the summer, Tempe Elementary leaders took a break from summer fun and came together to collaborate, learn, and grow in preparation for a new school year.
Nutrition Services Department offers free and reduced-price meal benefits to students of income-eligible families and families who have been faced with changing financial circumstances.
Tempe Elementary Student, to Parent, to Fine Arts Coordinator: One Woman’s Devotion to Arts and Her Hometown Schools
Pat Burdette started a Friday morning collecting a full carload of instruments, jingle bells, and bongo drums to distribute to schools that needed them.
Spring is here! And that means that in schools all over the nation, teachers and students are gearing up for testing season.
As the first bell rang on Thursday morning, February 28, students at many Tempe Elementary schools found not one, but two principals out welcoming them to school for the day.
Therapists. Mediators. Problem-Solvers. Advocators. These are some words used to describe the roles a school social worker plays in the lives of students.
On February 6, students began receiving new Chromebooks and iPads as part of the District’s new 1:1 Access Rollout.