The Prescott High Marching Band Drum Corps and Color Guard, trailed by Prescott Unified district leaders and Education Foundation volunteers carrying multi-color balloons, serenaded faculty, staff and students at Prescott High and Abia Judd Elementary Schools first thing Friday morning.
Every now and again, children need a time to decompress from the pressures of a traditional classroom environment, according to district leaders. They may need some quiet, reflective time in a space with calming sounds and lighting, or they might need to refocus their energy by jumping on a trampoline or assembling a puzzle.
Even as the economy continues to struggle, people understand that our school districts are in need of additional financial support like never before. The foundation had a goal amount of $52,000, and the amount not only exceeded that expectation but was the most raised in the gala’s history.
Eight rising stars and eight distinguished educators were feted in style on Monday, May 2, at the annual Prescott Unified School District Education Foundation “Rising Stars” banquet.
Since 2016, the PUSD Education Foundation has distributed nearly $155,000 in innovation grants to district teachers, administrators and staff.
PUSD Education Foundation’s 7th Sip & Savor Gala raised $52,000 to benefit educators and students in the district.
PUSD Education Foundation dazzles with 7 ‘Rising Stars,’ and 6 distinguished educators
PUSDEF thanks Desert Financial Credit Union for $7,000 donation to Prescott’s Teacher’s Closet.
Prescott teachers enjoy first Excellence in Education Day.
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