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QCUSD: Using data to help students succeed

QCUSD: Using data to help students succeed

The Data Dig teams will then meet again in November to discuss the progress of their goal achievements, re-evaluate their action steps and review data from the district benchmark assessments.
QCUSD: What's next for the Class of 2023?

QCUSD: What's next for the Class of 2023?

College and Career Readiness advisors use questionnaire data to learn how to best help students. From the data collected during the 2022–2023 school year, advisors have identified college commitment as a priority area for next school year. This is because though many seniors have been accepted and plan to attend college, there is a percentage of students who, at the time of graduation, were still evaluating their options.
Meta donates $51K to QCUSD classrooms

Meta donates $51K to QCUSD classrooms

Eastmark High School will be using the donation to outfit a new computer lab with 25 desktop computers.
QCUSD Governing Board calls for bond, override election

QCUSD Governing Board calls for bond, override election

Voters will consider a bond of $98 million for projects over the next five years. QCUSD is the seventh fastest-growing city in the nation and the fastest-growing school district in the state.
Wreaths Across America offers free Flag Day lesson plans for educators

Wreaths Across America offers free Flag Day lesson plans for educators

The Wreaths Across America TEACH Program helps serve professional and amateur educators by acting as a conduit to share established curriculum materials from like-minded partner organizations. Additionally, Wreaths Across America develops original curriculums — like the new Flag Day materials — to help educators in their endeavor to provide quality learning experiences for their students.
Horne says valid concerns received from parents, teachers through Empower Hotline

Horne says valid concerns received from parents, teachers through Empower Hotline

Adds that calls since March show Critical Race Theory and other issues exist in Arizona schools.
East Side Blaze 12 Nationals team headed to Minneapolis

East Side Blaze 12 Nationals team headed to Minneapolis

This will be the club’s final stint at nationals. East Side Blaze club owners and Queen Creek residents Stefany Pew and Dave Mahaffey put the club up for sale earlier this year, but a potential new owner was unable to find a new practice facility. Barney Family Sports Complex was purchased by the Town of Queen Creek for use as a future public safety facility.
AZED: Horne demolishing 'unnecessary and unmerited' red tape for schools

AZED: Horne demolishing 'unnecessary and unmerited' red tape for schools

Means 88% less paperwork to get federal dollars and more rapid kindergarten assessments.
MCCCD approved as sponsor of J-1 Visa Exchange Visitor Program

MCCCD approved as sponsor of J-1 Visa Exchange Visitor Program

This sponsorship will be renewed every two years as long as Maricopa County Community College District meets the program's requirements. Annually, MCCCD hosts an average of 550 international students on F-1 Visas and 15 J-1 Visa students from 80 countries.
Graduates, awards, achievements: QCUSD celebrates successful school year

Graduates, awards, achievements: QCUSD celebrates successful school year

This year, our district saw milestones in many areas as we opened our new high school, received recognition for existing schools, and as our students achieved great things in their academic and extracurricular pursuits.