NAU Announces Plans for In-Person Classes in Fall 2020
From NAU Office of the President, April 30, 2020. Dr. Rita Hartung Cheng. Read more “NAU Announces Plans for In-Person Classes”
From NAU Office of the President, April 30, 2020. Dr. Rita Hartung Cheng. Read more “NAU Announces Plans for In-Person Classes” →
FLAGSTAFF (February 21, 2018)
LAUNCH Flagstaff has released a Baseline Education Report, with some initial strategies for improving educational outcomes for every child. A partnership of community stakeholders, LAUNCH Flagstaff has a set of shared goals which encompass kindergarten readiness, third grade reading proficiency, eighth grade math proficiency, high school graduation and enrollment in post-secondary education and training. The partnership’s newly reported data spotlight specific areas for increased focus, based on the premise that student success leads to a community’s health and vitality. Read more “Baseline Report Released” →
FLAGSTAFF (November 17, 2017)
Mountain School, PEAK School and the Flagstaff Unified School District (FUSD) collaborated on a multi-LEA (Local Education Agency) application for partnership with the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) to receive support for implementation support the Kindergarten Developmental Inventory (KDI) / K-3 Formative Assessment. The application was filed with the ADE on November 14, 2017, two days ahead of the application deadline.
The goal of this collaboration is to establish a consistent and reliable method for assessing community-wide student readiness for school and to better address individual student needs. Through this collaboration, over 185 students will be served across five elementary schools: Mountain, PEAK, Sechrist, Marshall, and Killip. Read more “Multi-LEA Collaboration on Kindergarten Readiness” →