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Academic All Stars and Golden Apple Award Nominations are Open until February 10th, 2023!

The  6th Annual Herald/Review Media Academic All Stars & Golden Apple Awards annual recognition program nominations are now open. All schools in Cochise County, including public, charter, parochial, and home schools, can nominate students and educators to be recognized not only for their academic excellence and contribution to the communities they serve.

Students from first grade through senior year can be nominated to be selected as an Academic All Star. High school seniors from Cochise County will be eligible to receive a one-time $500 scholarship.

Top educators from elementary through high school can be nominated and selected as Golden Apple Award recipients. Specialty categories include, but not limited to, are career/tech education, special education, and fine arts, along with paraprofessionals that dedicate themselves to supporting, developing, and educating area students for success.

 If you have a student council you would like to nominate; please use the Academic All Star Nomination Form

A recognition awards banquet will be held Saturday, March 25th, at Cochise College and include a special section in the Herald/Review on Wednesday, March 29th featuring the honorees. 

To assist in getting the word out on the nomination period of now through February 10th.  I have provided the links below to the nomination forms. The forms can also be found on myheraldreview.com. Please feel free to share in school newsletters, social media pages and any other platforms you use!

For more information, or questions please contact Jennifer Sorenson at publisher@myheraldreview.com or 515-4605.

 Links below to nominate.

Daughters of the American Revolution

2023 Helen Pouch Memorial Fund Classroom Grant

As part of their support for education and the growth and development of future leaders, the Daughters of the American Revolution is pleased to announce the 2023 Helen Pouch Memorial Grant. 

The two $500 grants are open to all K-12 teachers in public, private, and charter classrooms to support projects and initiatives that empower students, enhance learning, and improve student outcomes. Projects should be student-facing and may be in any content area. Requests for supplies should be in the context of a specific project.

The deadline to submit to the local DAR chapter is May 1st, 2023. The deadline to submit to the grant chair, Heather Morris, is May 15th.

For Questions and to submit documentation, please contact:

Local Chapter: DAR.Tombstone.Chapter@gmail.com

Heather Morris: heathermorris26@cox.net

DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION

Mental Health Consortium - Seeking to Hire

Fiscal Year 23-24 School Year                             (Onboarding on or after July)

22CSET0034-GenCyberCamp-FLY_FINAL.pdf2023 GenCyber Camp

Explore the world of cybersecurity through hands-on experiences at a week-long summer camp.

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Congratulations to Mr Ty White for his Selection as AEF 2023 Teacher of the Year!

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Mr. White will be advancing to the National Teacher of the Year Selection, being held in Washington, DC in 2023!

Read the Full AEF Press Release Here! (External Link)

Cochise County Schools Talk about Impending AEL Impacts

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If you would like to know more about the Aggregate Expenditure Limit, and how it will impact the education of students in Cochise County, click the image to read or download the full paper.

Village Meadows Update 11.8.22v5.pdf

An Opportunity for Cochise County Educators!

Attend a No Cost PAX Professional Development Training and Receive a $75 Gift Card from Lakeshore Learning!

Complete both PAX Next Steps (self paced option) PAX Partner training and receive 2 gift cards!This is the logo banner for the PAX Next Steps programPAX Next Steps training helps teachers who have already been trained in the PAX Good Behavior Game® further expand and integrate strategies.

This is the logo banner for the PAX Partner program PAX Partner training provides coaching to internal and/or external professionals that will guide and support PAX GBG implementation. 

You must first attend a PAX GBG training before attending PAX Partner training. 

To Learn More or Register for a NO COST Professional Development course:

visit paxis.org/pax-arizona

Superintendent Clay's visit to The Be Kind Project and the Center for Academic Success - Douglas!

The Center For Academic Success (CAS) Douglas is another AWESOME "Be Kind" school in Cochise County. I had the pleasure of visiting Pueblo Del Sol of SVPS and CAS-Douglas to celebrate our Be Kind initiative with the Be Kind Crew. Cochise County is a "Be Kind" county and proud of it! <3

Students want and need genuine positivity, receiving the message of respectfulness within the classroom and through collaborative organizations is a plus. The Be Kind Project "sings the same positive song" that our educators sing while helping students to encourage each other by being supportive, considerate, and helpful. Watch The Be Kind Project crew was fun, interactive, and displayed the power of interdependency."

Be Kind Project and Center for Academic Success - Douglas

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Now Accepting Students!

New Crossroads Academy is now Enrolling students ages 16-22 who have been out of school for at least 30 days.


Click to Register

NCA Logo (Transparent BG)New Crossroads Academy in the News!


Superintendent Jacqui Clay and Principal Ben Reyna recently spoke with KGUN9 News about New Crossroads Academy and it efforts!

Follow the link below to see the story and read more about it!

KGUN9 News Story (External Site)

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