We are excited to be able to offer our 5th-12th graders the special opportunity of having Kacey McCallister speak directly to them at our schools April 25. This is such a great opportunity for our youth to learn more about how to persevere. We still encourage families to attend that evening at EAC if possible.
about 2 years ago, Ashley Scorse
Kacey McCallister
As mentioned before, the Safford Library is hosting a new program called, The Super Hero Us program for special needs students and their families. This week for the program at the Graham County Library, they will be reading Diane Alber’s A Little Spot of Anxiety book. Each family attending will get their own free copy to take home. They will talk about how and when to practice the calming techniques this book teaches to help your child learn how to manage the big emotion of anxiety/worry. If interested, please join them at the library, today, Thursday April 14th, 6-7pm.
about 2 years ago, Ashley Scorse
How to Calm Your Anxiety
The Safford Library has recently launched a new program for kids with special needs and their families. Parent support, networking, and hands-on activities for the kids. The program will focus on the Spot of Emotions books and curriculum in the coming months, with families taking home a book corresponding to each emotion as it is taught each month.
about 2 years ago, Diana Logan
Superhero Us
If you are looking for an awesome character-building, grit-building, and amazing experience, you should consider taking your family to this event! It is sure to motivate and inspire!
about 2 years ago, Ashley Scorse
Rise Up Presentation
PJHS Testing Schedule
about 2 years ago, Ashley Scorse
PJHS Testing Schedule
Free physicals (Dr. David Bryce) for Pima athletes for the 2022-23 school year! ALL high school students must have a physical done with the new AIA forms, even if they had a new one done for spring sports. Packets will be available in the school offices and MUST be returned by March 29th, 4 pm.
about 2 years ago, Pima Schools
CONGRATULATIONS to Pima High School's Girls Basketball team - The Repeating State CHAMPIONS!
about 2 years ago, Pima Schools
PHS FBLA competed in a virtual Regional Conference at the end of January. We had 29 students compete and 13 who placed in the Top 3 of their event! Congratulations to these students. We're exciited to attend the State Conference in April and continue the strong tradition of FBLA success at Pima High.
over 2 years ago, Cami Damron
February may be the shortest month, but sometimes it feels like it takes forever to get from New Years to Spring Break. At Pima Schools we are blessed with the Woot Woot Train (engineered by Counselors Katie Williams and Ashley Scorse) to bring a quick break and a bright smile. It's Great to be a ROUGHRIDER!
over 2 years ago, Pima Schools
Counselors Reach out to Teachers with Woot Woot Train
Congratulations to the Pima Junior High 7th grade boys basketball team. They are the 2021-2022 EAJHA Champions!! The boys worked hard all season and earned the championship.
over 2 years ago, Eddy Carlton
Congratulations to the Pima Junior High 7th Grade boys basketball team. They are the Eastern Arizona Junior High Association CHAMPIONS!!
Did you know Pima Schools has a virtual calming room? This site can be used at school or at home in order to offer our students a way to access a myriad of virtual experiences that help students practice mindfulness and de-stressing techniques. Check it out! https://sites.google.com/pimaschools.com/pusd-virtual-calming-room/home
over 2 years ago, Ashley Scorse
Mrs. Connell's class is excited to be back from break and eager to start their animal habitat projects.
over 2 years ago, Stephanie Connell
In science this last week, we had a great time working with worms and how they respond to different types of stimulus. Worms do like to maintain homeostasis.
over 2 years ago, Diana Palmer
Eighth Grade Social Studies just finished a unit on civil rights. The students gave "I Have a Dream" speeches this week. There were so many fabulous speeches given including topics such as "No More Homework", "School Rivalries Being Resolved", "Rodeo Becoming a School Sport", and "You Cannot Erase History". It was such a pleasure listening to the students talk about things they are passionate about!
over 2 years ago, Patti Kempton
Our 4th graders are doing amazing with long division! Please keep practicing multiplication and division facts with your students at home!
over 2 years ago, Emily Lundeen
I know we are at the middle of the winter, and this often leads to students having trouble getting up in the morning and getting going throughout the day. We want to make sure that students continue to show effort and focus. Part of this will be developed with practice, but there are little things we can do to support this learning. Make sure they get good food for their school day, and try your hardest to have them leave home with a positive note. Say something that builds encouragement and demonstrates a belief in their abilities.
over 2 years ago, Ashley Scorse
Positive Expectations
In our class we have been reading fiction and non-fiction books about snow. We have just finished writing a story about our Magical Snowman Friend. We have some great authors in our class! We will end our unit with a snowball fight!
over 2 years ago, Robyn Willis
We are enjoying our novel study on Freak The Mighty.
over 2 years ago, Brittney Henry
Welcome back, I hope everyone had a great Winter break! It is great to be back! 3rd and 4th sped students are continuing to work on their goals. Please encourage students to study their spelling list and read everyday!
over 2 years ago, Jennella Curtis
We are learning about animal habitats in Integrated Science right now. Your students are working on a project all about a habitat of their choice. Ask them what animals they have chosen and learn a new fun fact!
over 2 years ago, Journey Graver