Archive — Month: November 2018

Published: November 30th, 2018

Student Night with Arizona Opera!

Reserved exclusively for student groups, tickets are available for the final dress rehearsal of every mainstage opera. Get swept away by great music and stories – all while enhancing classroom learning. All performances start at 7:00pm and registration is required. Tickets are free for Title 1 Schools and $5/$10 for non-Title 1 schools. La Traviata [Read more…]

Published: November 26th, 2018

6th Annual Cybersecurity Calendar Contest

The 6th Annual Cybersecurity Calendar Contest is underway! From now until December 14th, any Arizona student in grades K-12 (including your own!) can enter their original piece of artwork portraying their cyber experiences when it comes to internet, social media, and computer safety.   Deadline: December 14, 2018 Artwork: Original hand drawn artwork (8.5 x [Read more…]

Published: November 26th, 2018

stARTem: Arts Integration in Arizona Schools

stARTem consists of a group of educators and artists, who bring creative opportunities for students to discover their purpose. By integrating art into STEM, we believe that stARTem will strengthen students’ ability to connect to the real world improving their academic performance and set them up for future success. stARTem provides STEAM programing to K-12 [Read more…]

Published: November 20th, 2018

It’s Here!!! AzDEO’s Pink Tutu Flu!

  AzDEO’s 15th Annual Pink Tutu Flu (Professional Development Day) 2019! Friday, Jan. 25th 2019. 9 am-3 pm. Gilbert HS 1101 E Elliot Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85234   A great day of sharing curriculum ideas and methods from fellow educators including  information from the NDEO annual conference last October. All are welcome- K-12 teachers, college [Read more…]

Published: November 19th, 2018

“We Are Arizona!” 4th Grade Collaborative Visual Arts Competition

4th grade students and teachers, put your imaginations together and create a collaborative artwork for the “We Are Arizona!” competition. Utilize classroom knowledge of Arizona to collaboratively create (within a single classroom or across your grade level) an inspiring work of art. ALL visual media are eligible for entry. The winning 4th grade class (or [Read more…]

Published: November 8th, 2018

The Musical Instrument Museum Joins the First Things First Scholarship Network

 The Musical Instrument Museum Joins the First Things First Scholarship Network If you are a college student pursuing a degree or certificate in early childhood education, you have an opportunity to receive the First Things First Scholarship. The Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) is now a site where you can earn volunteer hours for this scholarship program. [Read more…]