Phoenix Head Start ProgramSince 1995, Arizona's Head Start Program has provided the resources to educate young children and prepare them for entry into grade school. Children in Head Start have access to early childhood education, nutrition, and social services with a strong parent involvement focus. The program serves nearly 23,000 Arizona children and more than 21,500 Arizona families every year.
Who is GymThe stories behind Arizona's high school sports venues.
Taipei Chinese Culture Summer Camp 2015The Taipei Sister City committee honors their 36-year relationship with Phoenix by providing youth with cultural awareness, diversity, and business opportunities.
Grand Canyon University Thunder VisionStudents from Esperanza Elementary School participated in Thunder Vision, a program teaching students how to prepare for college.
McFarland Movie Brothers at Atkinson Middle SchoolDavid, Damacio and Danny Diaz all ran for coach Jim White on McFarland High's first state championship team in 1987, a journey portrayed in the film, "McFarland, USA." They visited Atkinson Elementary in Phoenix.
Water Audit at Maryvale BallparkProject WET from the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension teamed up with students from Liberty Traditional Charter School to learn how to better conserve water. They went into the Maryvale Ballpark restrooms and measured the water flow, replaced the aerators and then calculated the large amounts of water they saved.
Pendergast Community CenterThe newly built Pendergast Community Center offers affordable health care, dance classes and much more for the community members and families of the Pendergast School District.
Easy Attend Program at Ignacio Conchos SchoolThe 'Easy Attend, Better Attendance for Better Schools' initiative is using an incentive program to increase attendance in the Roosevelt School District. Attendance is an important life skill that will help a student stay on track for success. www.easyattendconchos.com/
Chinese Student Immersion Program at Metro Tech HighThe Phoenix Union High School District has partnered with the American Education Development Corporation to bring Chinese high school students to the United States.
Dual Language at Desert HorizonKindergartners at Desert Horizon Elementary are learning in English and Spanish.