Kyrene will be hosting two teacher job fairs for certified teachers at Tucson and Tempe venues in January 2017.
All 25 Kyrene schools participated in the District Spelling Bee on January 18
National School Choice Week raises awareness of education options
Each review will run for 60 days, allowing teachers and the community to review considered materials to adopt for the 2017-18 school year.
General enrollment for all grades and important policy changes
December 2016. Teachers provided computer science and coding opportunities during National Computer Science Week (Dec 5-11) and the international “Hour of Code.”
April 28, 2016. Eleven Kyrene schools have the A+ designation.
October 2016. Student lunch money currently deposited into “MySchoolBucks” will be transferred into the new system called E-Funds. A new account will need to be set up for meal payments in E-Funds
March 2016. Parents have options for enrollment; changes may affect transportation
October 4, 2016. You can review the presentation from last month along with maps of all three options below.
July 7, 2016. The Board has been working closely with the administration in Kyrene since last fall on the 2016-2017 budget, factoring in the anticipated additional revenue generated by the passage of Prop 123.
November 2016. The 9th Free Shred-A-Thon event sponsored by Shirley Coomer and Greg Stainton of Keller Williams Realty Sonoran Living.
June 2016. Kyrene Equity Institute scheduled for June 17.
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January 2016. The Equity Team from Norte will be one of the recipients of Tempe’s prestigious MLK Diversity Award.
January 21, 2016. Five other students advance to regional spelling bee.