Archive — Month: July 2018

Published: April 11th, 2019

Superintendent Hoffman Celebrates Repeal of Anti-LGBTQ Curriculum Law

Today, the state legislature fully repealed anti-LGBTQ legislation regarding HIV/AIDS curriculum, sometimes referred to as the “no promo homo law,” with strong bipartisan support, and the Governor signed it into law minutes later. This repeal means students will no longer be denied access to medically accurate, science-based information regarding HIV/AIDS. More importantly, after nearly three [Read more…]

Published: July 10th, 2018

ADE’s Grants Process Begins Earlier Than Ever

The Arizona Department of Education’s (ADE’s) new grants process is allowing eligible schools to draw down grant monies beginning in July. This new process was created to ensure that schools can receive their grant allocations before the beginning of the school year, which is not only months earlier than in the past, but also allows [Read more…]

Published: July 10th, 2018

Mission View Puppet Show After-School Program

Mission View Puppet Show After School Program

The Mission View Elementary School’s Puppet Show After-School Program is a great example of innovative and creative ways that the 21st Century Community Learning Grant (21stCCLG) is extending student learning past the traditional school day. These federal grant-funded centers offer a rich variety of classes and activities programs focused on helping students not only meet [Read more…]