Arizona Education Tax Credit
Contribute to student programs and activities at Phoenix Union High School District, and you’ll be paid back with a dollar-for-dollar tax credit. And you’ll help guarantee that our students experience all that high school has to offer.
The motion to accept and approve a superintendent search process timeline was amended by board member Stephanie Parra, following a leadership profile report by an executive search team that included input from almost 1,000 stakeholders.
Billed as an Innovation and Technology High School, the school will focus on computer coding and technological skills in an inquiry-based model valuing student curiosity, collaboration, critical thinking, engagement and relevance
Systems Programmer for the District’s IT Department, was selected as one of four finalists for the Rachael Ray Fantasy “Foodball” Kickoff. he contestants answer football trivia, racing the clock in a tailgate showdown, and making their best game day recipes.
The only sound you could hear was the laughter of 50 teenagers. Thirty-four ASL students and 16 PSDS students signed all day, introducing one another, participating in teambuilding games and eating lunch together.
The Presidential Citation is the highest honor an Interact Club can receive from Rotary International.
McDonald has over 25 years experience in high school education, including 12 years as an English teacher and four years as a District Language Arts Curriculum Specialist.
Phoenix Union High School District Sports Hall of Fame Dinner and Induction Ceremony was a big success on December 17.
Eleven Phoenix Union schools, as well as Sierra Vista Buena, Kingman and Seton Catholic competed in the event at Maryvale High School. Maryvale finished second with 34,568
Guzman, now an engineering student at New York University, earned the Evelyn Kamen Rising Star Award, named after Kamen’s grandmother, who was a teacher in the New York state school system
A team from Metro Tech took an initial investment of $500,000 in virtual money to buy mock stock in 30 fictitious companies, and finished the Junior Achievement Stock Market Challenge