The Marana Unified School District offers extensive free summer programs for students of all ages in June and July, both in person and virtually.
The district’s summer programs encourage students to think critically and creatively, build community with teachers and peers, and collaborate across disciplines, according to a press release.
“This year we have had a tremendous opportunity to expand our programs with additional grants and federal funding,” Deputy Superintendent Kristin Reidy said. “Our teachers have really stepped up and are developing attractive activities and programs for the students. We encourage our families to take advantage of this extended learning.
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Meeting the challenges of writing
Sunnyside School District joins Digital Promise and its Center for Inclusive Innovation in an equity-focused initiative to address the challenges of teenage writing.
Sunnyside was selected to participate in the initiative, supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, because of the district’s “dedication to improving writing opportunities for teens, strong community ties and a demonstrated commitment to of diversity, equity and inclusion, ”a press release said.