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Sunday, September 23, 2018

July School’s (Out) Notes

BioScience High School Looking for Students
Are you interested in science? If so, this may be the perfect high school for you. The school’s mission is to prepare tomorrow’s scientists by providing students with a unique science education through intensive collaboration with the academic and scientific communities in downtown Phoenix. The school will have 15 classrooms, 6 labs and one rooftop lab, student learning studios, advanced technology, library/community room, cafeteria, rooms for fitness, music and visual arts, outdoor amphitheatre, and underground parking. The school will be located at 512 E. Pierce (The former McKinley School), in downtown Phoenix, next to the emerging biotechnology center.
Applications are now available for the 2006-2007 Freshman class. To request an application, contact 602-764-1526.
School Bus Drivers Needed
School may be out of session but many school districts are already seeking bus drivers for next school year, which starts in early August. In the Phoenix Union High School District, pay and hours have been increased, starting at $11.89 per hour and higher depending on experience. Drivers are guaranteed a six-hour workday.
The district also offers full-time benefits with paid district recess and holidays. Drivers must possess a CDL, Arizona Bus Driver Certificate, P & S endorsements, and first-aid and CPR certificates. However, the district is able to train for any of these requirements. To apply, visit the Phoenix Union District offices at 4502 N. Central Ave. or call 602-764-1101.
New Principal named at South Mountain High School
Alvin Watson will assume the principal position at South Mountain High School, after serving as interim principal this past year, prior to Patricia Tobin’s retirement.
Watson began at South last year, taking over for Tobin, who was on leave.  He was an assistant principal in the district for five years at Camelback and Central High Schools and was an assistant principal at three high schools in Tucson. Watson also taught at the elementary, junior high and high school levels for 20 years.  He earned his Bachelor’s degree from Grambling State University and his Masters from Drake University. 
Tobin had been South’s principal since 1999, and had been with the District since 1977, starting as a Special Education teacher. Watson officially begins his assignment on July 5.  

Doggies of the Wild West Visit Ocotillo Library

Mark your calendar for Wednesday, July 21 as Doggies of the Wild West and Calamity Jo’s Comedy Magic Show makes a stop at Ocotillo Library. Make sure you don’t miss Marshal Rowdy Yo and Silly Sidekick Calamity Jo’s  rootin’, tootin’ show with interactive magic, amazing dog tricks and non-stop fun.
The event is free and registration is not required. Show is from 3 to 4 p.m. at the library, 102 W. Southern Ave., Phoenix. For more information, contact the library at 602-262-4636.
Boys & Girls Club Offers Summer Activities
Looking for an affordable and fun place for your children to visit for the rest of the summer break? The Herbert Kieckhefer Branch of the Boys and Girls Club has some availability in their summer programs for some age groups.
The Summer schedule thru July 28 is available from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. for ages 6-12 and from 1 to 8 p.m. for ages 13-18. The club is located at 548 West Southern Avenue, Phoenix. For more info, contact 602-268-3486.
Starry Safari Friday Nights at Phoenix Zoo
Bring the whole family to experience the Phoenix Zoo in the cooler evening hours at Starry Safari Friday Nights. The remaining dates are July 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th and August 4th from 6 to 9 p.m
These special evenings will feature a variety of activities including water play, up close animal encounters, your favorite zoo rides at discounted prices including the Safari Train and the Endangered Species Carousel. Because some of our animals will be resting in the evenings, not all zoo trails will be open—but some of the favorites will be waiting for your visit including Monkey Village and the Orangutans. The Arizona Trail and the zoo’s ‘main loop’ surrounding the main lake will be accessible.

Special guests from the Maricopa Counties libraries will be on hand with storytelling and puppet shows for the kids. The cost is $3 per person for all ages ($2 for zoo members). For more information, contact the zoo at 602- 273-1341.

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