We are having a great time working on our individual goals in Special Ed.
We are enjoying learning about the 50 states and their capitals. Students have been writing letters to relatives and friends throughout the United States asking for a postcard and information from that state. We are trying to collect postcards from all 50 states. It's been a fun challenge.
We have been busy learning about the Industrial Revolution in our class! We had a blast turning our country villages into thriving urban areas with factories, tenements, and even a steam engine train!
Tate Smith and Eliza Day are the two top spellers in the 8th grade, and they will compete in the upcoming Pima District Spelling Bee. The alternate is Camden Bryce.
Mrs. Skiba's Kindergarten just finished our snowman and penguin unit. Stop by our hallway and check out some of our learning. LIfe cycles, labeling, and art!
So excited to be back from winter break! The past couple weeks we have been learning about genetics; the students love to see how their traits have been passed down through generations! #goroughriders
Welcome back to the new school year! Juniors have started reading The Crucible. Seniors are starting a new unit on "Twelfth Night".
Pima High School looks forward to awarding two scholarships to Pima High Graduates this spring for the very first time. With your help we can make it three. Pima High School Scholarship Foundation information. Please consider donating! https://www.pimaschools.org/Scholarship-Fund It's Great to be a Roughrider!
Four Days left to register for the 16th Annual Pima Turkey Trot! Join the family fun Thanksgiving day race in Pima, Arizona! Make it your family's tradition! If you haven't yet register at www.pimaturkeytrot.com.
On Wednesday, November 10, Pima Schools Veterans recognition will begin with breakfast for our veterans in the cafeteria at 8:15, followed by a patriotic program on the football field at 9:15 for the whole community. All veterans are welcome to join us for breakfast. The cafeteria is located at the corner of Main Street and 200 S. The whole community is welcome to join us for the program. Parking is available at the corner of Hwy 70 and 100 E. In accordance with CDC guidelines any unvaccinated individuals are asked to please wear a face covering to reduce the potential spread of COVID-19. The program will include performances by student groups and speeches by local civic leaders and veterans. Please plan to join us as we celebrate the service and sacrifice of our brave men and women in uniform. It's Great to be a Roughrider!