News & Announcements

  • Kyrene students learn with AR/VR technology aboard the zSpace Bus

    Fifth graders at Kyrene de la Colina and Kyrene de la Mariposa hopped aboard the zSpace Bus this week for science lessons with a twist.

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  • Kartchner brings "Save the Kids" presentation back to middle schools and community

    Recap of Collin Kartchner's presentations to Kyrene middle school students and the community on the dangers of social media and screen-time.

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  • Positive Parenting Special Education Series at the District Office

    Please join the Exceptional Student Services team for the upcoming information nights from 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Kyrene District Office Board Room, 8700 S. Kyrene Rd.,Tempe, AZ 85284.

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  • Leaders named exemplary principals

    Two Kyrene School District principals have just received the Maricopa County Exemplary Principal Award. Dr. Ana Gomez del Castillo, Principal of Kyrene de los Lagos Dual Language Academy, and Nancy Branch, Principal of Kyrene de la Mirada Leadership Academy, accepted the awards during surprise celebrations at their schools.

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  • Kyrene A+ Schools of Excellence™

    The Arizona Educational Foundation (AEF) announced the names of Arizona public schools receiving the coveted A+ School of Excellence™ award for the 2018-19 academic year on April 8, 2019.

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  • "Imagine the Possibilities" school approved by Board

    The Kyrene School District Governing Board voted Tuesday, February 12, to approve the implementation of a program with two primary goals: Engage students in a dynamic learning environment that promotes academic excellence and prepares them to be innovators and leaders of tomorrow; and deploy educators in non-traditional ways by creating new roles and staffing structures which will attract and retain high-quality staff and reinvigorate the teaching profession.

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  • Governing Board action on budget proposals

    The Kyrene School Governing Board voted on the proposals for 2019-20 budget reductions in all three focus areas at the Tuesday, January 22 board meeting.

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  • Kyrene Teacher Nominated for MacGregor Teaching Award

    Mr. Dave Carras, a teacher at Kyrene de la Mirada Leadership Academy in Chandler, was nominated for the Hannah E. (Liz) MacGregor Teacher of the Year History Teacher Award.

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  • Kyrene School District awards contract to support ongoing equity work

    As part of Kyrene School District’s commitment to ensure equity among all students, the District has announced the selection of Corwin Consulting to perform professional development and training on equity and diversity.

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  • Spellers Compete for Title of 2019 Kyrene School District Spelling Bee Champion

    It was a packed house at the annual Kyrene School District Spelling Bee on Wednesday, January 23, 2019. All 25 Kyrene schools sent representatives to compete.

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  • City of Tempe awards arts grant

    Congratulations to Ellen Pope, Visual Arts Teacher at Waggoner Elementary, and Julio Contreras, Mariachi and Orchestra Teacher at Kyrene Middle School for receiving Arts grants from the City of Tempe. School Arts Grants of up to $750 are awarded to expand and enhance the services already provided by arts curriculum, programs and clubs.

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  • Students pay tribute to 9/11 heroes

    Seventeen years after the tragic events of 9/11, we now live in a world where not a single one of our Ahwatukee school-age children can recall a time before that day. But a tradition among Kyrene schools ensures children learn to value and respect not only fallen heroes, but also those who still serve today, with special assemblies held on 9/11.

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  • Connecting with kids in need

    Have you ever seen a child without a backpack? Or with shoes a size too small? Maybe you’ve heard of a family who lost their home to a fire, and you didn’t know how to help. Our Kyrene students and families have needs far beyond the classroom, so we are reaching into our community to meet those needs, with a new tool called Purposity.

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  • Tempe Diablos honors staff

    Once again, the Tempe Diablos are recognizing teachers and staff from the Kyrene School District, Tempe Elementary School District and Tempe Union High School District for inspiration, impact and achievement. Teachers and staff were nominated for the awards by students, families, peers, and principals.

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  • Two schools receive civic award from ADE

    Kyrene Traditional Academy and Kyrene de los Lagos Elementary have recognized as Arizona Excellence in Civic Engagement Merit School recipients by the Arizona Department of Education at the 5th Annual Civic Learning Conference.

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  • Choose Kyrene for your child's education

    Schools emphasize high academic standards, invite strong parental involvement, and support a “whole child” approach to learning. The middle school framework is built upon academic excellence, responsive instruction, and student agency. Kyrene inspires students to develop a passion for learning, leading and achieving!

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Vision & Mission

  • Vision: All students achieve at their maximum potential to become problem-solvers, creators, and visionaries of tomorrow.

    Mission: Kyrene School District will commit to student success for all, by providing engaging, challenging educational environments which promote and inspire passion for learning, leading, and achieving transformative life outcomes. 

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