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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.
Programming Schedule- January 2015
Phoenix Volleyball FestivalThe 31st annual Volleyball Festival was hosted at the Phoenix Convention Center, where girls volleyball teams from all over the world participated in the tournament.
Phoenix Youth R.I.S.E. - Reach and Invest in Summer EmploymentPhoenix Youth R.I.S.E. (Reach and Invest in Summer Employment) is seeking applicants for summer work internship opportunities offered by the City of Phoenix Mayor’s Call to Action.
Faye Gray Recreation CenterThis south Phoenix recreation center has 4,000 sq ft for kids of all ages, including a space just for teens. To learn more, visit phoenix.gov/parks
Student-Created Cell Phone Case Curbs RadiationStudents at Paradise Valley High School have created a cell phone case that can curb radiation by almost 30%. The students were able to design this product as a part of CREST (Center for Research in Engineering, Science, and Technology), Paradise Valley High School's innovative technology program.
Career Quest State Victims' Rights Administrator
Helios Scholars at TGen 10 yearsTHE HELIOS SCHOLARS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM AT TGEN IN DOWNTOWN PHOENIX HAS BEEN TRAINING ARIZONA STUDENTS IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH FOR TEN YEARS. THE EIGHT WEEK PROGRAM IS OPEN TO HIGH SCHOOL, UNDERGRADUATE, GRADUATE AND MEDICAL STUDENTS FROM AROUND ARIZONA. IT ALLOWS INTERNS TO WORK FULL TIME ON GROUND BREAKING RESEARCH PROJECTS UNDER THE MENTORSHIP OF THE CUTTING EDGE TGEN SCIENTIST.
Pendergast School District launches its Apple ConnectED InitiativeApple selected Pendergast Elementary as one of 114 Apple ConnectED partner schools. The program empowers teachers with the best technology and the training, and empowers students through individualized learning.
Bike to Work 2016Maricopa County and the City of Phoenix held the 11th Annual Bike to Work Day event. County and city elected officials hosted a three-mile bicycle ride and light breakfast in downtown Phoenix with the goal of inspiring citizens to increase their fitness and decrease pollution. Everyone was welcome to join the ride regardless of their bicycle-riding experience and fitness level.