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4 Summer projects: Sierra Vista Unified School District bond update

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mission: Rose Martinez ready for new role as principal

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a t s i V a r r e i S l o o h c S d e i f Uni District SIERRA VISTA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT BOND UPDATE Completed Projects: •  Multi-purpose room, Village Meadows Elementary School (VMES) •  Roof Maintenance, Buena High School (BHS) •  ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act ) access, Huachuca Mountain Elementary School (HMES) •  Shingle roof replacement, Carmichael Elementary School •  Replace 10 HVAC units, Carmichael •  Total roof replacement, (HMES) •  Replace 27 HVAC units, Joyce Clark Middle School (JCMS) •  Reroof three buildings, JCMS •  Reroof four buildings, Pueblo del Sol Elementary School (PDS) •  Replace doors and hardware, (VMES) •  Recoat and build-up roof, Bella Vista Elementary School (BVES) •  Interior and exterior drinking fountain replacement, district-wide •  Library renovations and remodeling, JCMS •  Security door replacement, BHS Projects Under Construction: •  Practice gym — nearly completed — BHS •  Workshop, Klein Center for the Performing Arts — nearly completed — BHS •  Carpet replacement, Carmichael, Town & Country Elementary School (TCES), VMES and PDS •  ADA restroom renovations and additions, Carmichael, TCES, VMES and PDS •  Demolition of two portable buildings, BVES, VMES •  Paving at Rothery Learning Center •  Restroom upgrades at Klein Center for the Performing Arts, BHS •  Paving replacement and maintenance, TCES and JCMS •  Security cameras, VMES •  Intercom and camera upgrades, BHS Planning Stages: •  Multi-purpose room and four additional classrooms, PDS •  ADA restroom renovations and additions throughout the balance of the school district •  Carpet replacement, throughout the balance of the district School Facilities Board funded projects: •  Multiple roofing, HVAC and weatherproofing projects, with money coming from the state, through School Facilities Board

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Richard Dailey, a member of the Sierra Vista Unified School District bond oversight committee, bond project manager Steven Gibson and oversight committee member Joe Kraps chat in Village Meadows Elementary School’s newly constructed multipurpose building at a ribbon cutting celebration in January.

Summer projects BY DANA COLE dana.cole@myheraldreview.com

SIERRA VISTA — Construction projects throughout Sierra Vista Unified School District are happening during the summer, made possible with the $28.8 million bond which was approved by voters in November 2016. The first $17 million bond sale in 2017 funded a number of district-wide capital improvement projects, of which some have been completed and others are underway. The second bond sale of $11 million was in May of this year, with the money planned for future projects. A newly completed $1.2 million multi-purpose room at Village Meadows Elementary School, $6.7 million in information technology, new HVAC units, security fencing, interior and exterior drinking fountains and renovation projects at different sites are just some examples of projects the district has completed through the first bond sale. Bond oversight committee members are holding briefings at different venues to show the community how bond dollars from the first $17 million bond sale have been used. Marge Carrithers, a retired Carmichael Elementary School principal and

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former school board member now sits on the bond oversight committee has compiled a list of projects and presents bond updates upon request. Four subcommittees — Information Technology, Construction, Finance and Public Affairs — have been organized under the oversight committee umbrella. “Each is led by a tremendously qualified sub-chair and each is filled with impressively qualified volunteer members,” said Jerry Proctor, who chairs the oversight committee. “While we’ve seen great progress with a number of projects, the work continues on several school campuses across the district.”

Bond presentation by Carrithers

In her bond presentation, Carrithers provides background information about the school district’s need for the bond money and how the funds have been used. “In 2008, the state cut capital funds for schools by 85 percent, money used to maintain buildings and improve facilities,” Carrithers said. With those cuts, schools across the state lacked funding for facility repairs and upgrades and SVUSD was no exception. An analysis of all buildings in the school district was conducted, a process

that started in 2015. It was determined the district needed a bond in order to maintain facilities and make them safer for students. It was in May of 2016 that the SVUSD Governing Board called for a bond referendum to be placed on the November 2016 ballot. The referendum was approved by a 55 percent vote, and the first bond sale happened in 2017. Carrithers also touches on the bond’s cost to taxpayers. “For a $147,000 house, we estimate an annual cost of $77.32 a year for our taxpayers” Carrithers said. “It’s not a huge amount.” In addition, the board and community wanted local contractors used for these projects as much as possible. Joe Kraps, who chairs the construction subcommittee is a retired general contractor and supports using local vendors for the different projects. We’re in our third year of the bond and are in our second sale. We have used upwards of 40 general contractors, subcontractors and material suppliers from the greater Sierra Vista area, which is good for our economy. That was our original goal from the very start. We still have other projects underway and on the drawing boards, so we hope that number will continue to grow.

$17M First bond sale $6.7M Information technology $3M Transportation $7.4M Maintenance and construction

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Rose Martinez ready for new role as principal at Huachuca Mountain BY ALEXIS RAMANJULU alexis.ramanjulu@myheraldreview.com

SIERRA VISTA — Rose Martinez is familiar with the halls and classrooms of Huachuca Mountain Elementary School, as she walked through them previously as the assistant principal. But when she returned to the school in July it was in a new role. Martinez took over as principal of Huachuca Mountain on July 1, replacing Karen Kukuchka who retired at the end of the 2018-2019 school year. “I didn’t really find my niche until now,” Marinez said. “I feel like I can lay some roots down in this position.” Prior to her new role Matinez was the assistant principal for

Huachuca Mountain and Carmichael Elementary from February to the end of the year. She has worked in schools all over the Sierra Vista Unified School District, as well as in Palominas and for Cochise County as deputy superintendent to Jacqui Clay. Martinez knows this first year is about building relationships with her staff and the students. She said she feels lucky to have had the opportunity to work with the teachers and faculty ahead of being named principal. Martinez wants to continue the high level of academic success Huachuca Mountain has, as well as working on building relationships with the other elementary schools. She says it’s important for all the schools to be on the same page with what standards are taught and what the expectations are, so that if a student has to switch schools they don’t have to

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The new Huachuca Mountain Elementary School Principal Rose Martinez stands in a campus computer lab.

learn a whole new process. “It’s important we don’t work in silos,” she said. “We are all in the business in teaching students.” It is also important to Martinez that the students at Huachuca Mountain are prepared not only for the next grade, but also

for when they leave and move onto middle school. Martinez earned her bachelor’s degree in biology from Dominican University, which she used to teach middle and high school science in California before moving to the area in 2003. She then earned her master’s in ad-

ministration from Shasta Bible College. Martinez, who considers herself a life-long learner, is working on her doctorate in K-12 leadership from the American College of Education. “I have the drive and the passion,” she said. “I feel like I’m ready.”

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Learning together SVUSD to launch multi-age classrooms this fall

BY ALEXIS RAMANJULU alexis.ramanjulu@myheraldreview.com

SIERRA VISTA — Four of Sierra Vista Unified School District’s six elementary schools will launch the new multi-age classroom program this coming school year. Superintendent Kelly Glass brought the concept to staff and the board earlier this year after noticing the enrollment numbers drop district-wide. At the time of publication there were 5,106 students enrolled in the districts, which is 449 students short of what was reported at the beginning of May 2019. “We at Sierra Vista Unified School District are very excited about our new multi-age classrooms,” Glass said in a statement to the Herald/Review. “SVUSD certainly isn’t the first district to use a multi-grade approach to learning, but I know that our teachers, students, and parents

will use this concept to create a unique educational environment that fosters achievement, leadership, peer support and much more.” Huachuca Mountain and Pueblo del Sol will have two multi-age classes while Town and County as well as Village Meadows will have one. With the current enrollment numbers, Bella Vista and Carmicheal will not have multi-age classrooms. Huachuca Mountain will have a grades 1-2 class and 4-5 class; Pueblo del Sol will have a grades 3-4 and 5-6 class; Town and Country will have a 2-3 combined grades class and Village Meadows will have a 5-6 class. District teachers were given the opportunity to volunteer to teach a multi-aged classroom. Terri Romo, director of curriculum for the school district and assistant superintendent, said seven teachers from the various elementary schools stepped up to conquer the new adventure. She added that all the teachers who volunteered have experience teaching different grade levels. The district declined to release the list of teachers, citing the consistent change in

enrollment numbers. “Every teacher in the district is a multiage teacher,” Brenda Kilmurray said. Kilmurray as of now will be teaching a combined fourth and fifth grade class at Huachuca Mountain. She and all of the other multi-age class teachers know that if more children of one of the grade levels in the combined class levels enroll for there to be a whole class than the multiage class will disperse and become that one grade level. The idea for multi-age classrooms is one the district has used before. Kilmurray said Huachuca Mountain had combined grade level classrooms until seven years ago. By having the combined classes its allows students to remain at a school they have gone to before and with people they live around. If the district didn’t combine some of the grade levels, students would have had to be bused to a different school in order to have a full classroom. Certain students and their parents were presented with the opportunity to be in a combined classroom. Romo said teachers met with parents about what children

would experience and Kilmurray added that the kids selected received a recommendation from their third grade teacher. She said she trusts that her colleagues are sending her students who are capable and ready for the challenge. Romo and Kilmurray agreed the social aspect will be the biggest adjustment the kids will have to make since some of the learning will be through working with their peers. One of the concerns from the public when the idea was first brought up was how the specific standards for a grade would be met. Kilmurray, who has already gone through the fourth and fifth grade standards, says the history and science standards line up nicely. However, the math is a little tricky but Kilmurray says she has a good plan and a number of backup plans.

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hances are by the time you’ve reached your senior year in high school, you’ve developed an extracurricular activity.

Whether that means a sport, a club, arts or hobbies, even a job or internship, finding a passion outside of the classroom is a healthy way to grow socially and provides a release from the stress of academics. One more valuable reason for engaging? Your extracurricular activities can help ease your way into college. According to the blog Prep Scholar, extracurricular activities are a vital guide for college admissions officers to gauge the total student. Fortunately, what they’re looking for is predictable, experts at the site report.

The Activity is Not Important; Your Passion for it Is

According to Prep Scholar, college admissions officers are not as concerned with what your extracurricular activity is as they are with three specific things: passion, leadership and impact. Each of these elements are important because they paint a portrait of a well-rounded, engaged student who can contribute to the community while pursuing personal and sometimes professional development.

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If you haven’t yet tried out an extracurricular activity, the site recommends trying as many as possible without interfering with your studies. Exposure to many

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If you’ve found one or more activities that interest and excite you, you’re on your way in your sophomore year. You’ll naturally develop passions for at least one activity. In turn, you’ll check-off the other boxes — impact and leadership, even if you simply take a standout role in a small project.

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While the intent is to blend your extracurricular experience into one element of an attractive package for a college admission officer, it’s worth noting that the site also advises balance and recommends some do’s and don’ts in pursuit of your goals. Do let your activities tell your story. They should naturally expose your passions and personality through your growing skills and dedication. Don’t take summer off. If you’re not working during summer breaks, stay involved. The time away from classes can further your involvement and growth. Don’t let grades suffer. Immersion in an activity will never take the place of good grades. Cut back on your outside endeavors if you find this is the case. Don’t get burned out. Extracurricular activities should inspire, not stress you out. They should also be fun and mix easily with your academic life. If you find you are participating in too many activities, or ones that don’t particularly suit you, focus on the ones you’re most passionate about.


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BISBEE ­— With students in the Bisbee Unified School District starting back to school on July 31, Chris Granger, director of special programs and instruction, is getting excited about what the new school year may bring. Bisbee High School will be offering an online American Sign Language dual credit taught by a college professor, Granger said. “We have a handful of students who expressed interest and are looking to see if it will fit in their schedules,” he added. “It is an option for a foreign language, and we have students interested in learning the modes of communication for the hearingimpaired population.” At Lowell Junior High School, football may make a comeback. It has been 15 years since the school fielded a team, Granger said. At the request of some parents, the school is gauging the interest of seventh and eighth graders for the sport. Protective equipment and uniforms will be provided to players. Forms for the sport can be filled out at the district office. With Greenway Elementary School taking the honors of the Capturing Kids’ Hearts program last year by winning the National Showcase School Award, Granger is looking for a repeat this year and hopes BHS and Lowell will follow suit. Greenway was one of hundreds of schools across the country in the running for the program award. The Capturing Hearts Program is a social and emotional effort to help stu-

dents feel welcome in classrooms, share kindness and support their classmates – all tools which help foster an atmosphere for learning and succeeding, Granger explained. Greenway’s teachers consistently implemented the program to win the award. “Since 1990, campuses across the country have experienced amazing outcomes with Capturing Kids’ Hearts tools and processes, creating the socioemotional safety conducive to learning. The Flippen Group, developers of the program, provides educators the skills they need to change the trajectory of students’ lives. Openness replaces defensiveness. Judging and feelings of being judged are replaced with acceptance and real connectedness to the school,” Granger noted. At Greenway, the day typically starts with a hug, a handshake or a word of encouragement between classmates and teachers to students. They help each other, encourage each other and respect each other. And that builds a social support network conducive to learning and feeling a part of something larger than themselves. The classroom routine helps students know what is expected of them and allows them to check and think about their behavior in a constructive way. All skills the students will hopefully carry forward as they advance to middle and high school. The program has also reduced the number of disciplinary actions and increased attendance at Greenway. “The program has resulted in students feeling more positive about school in

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STOP LOCATION Melody Ln. Apartments San Jose Dr. & Cintilla Pl. Hereford Rd. & Wolverine St. Mountain View Ave. & Copper St. 2177 S. Naco Hwy Granada Ln. & Hope St. Barnett Rd. & Della St. LaCholla Rd. @ Trailer Park Tierra De Las Flores DROP @ LOWELL JR. HIGH DROP @ GREENWAY ELEMENTARY San Jose Dr. & Hereford Rd Mountain View Ave. & Copper St. 2177 S. Naco Hwy Granada Ln. & Hope St. Barnett Rd. & Della St. LaCholla Rd. @ Trailer Park Tierra De Las Flores DROP @ BISBEE HIGH SCHOOL

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STOP LOCATION Zinc Rd Puzzi Ranch Rd. & Kings Hwy Kings Hwy & Lefty Rd Double Adobe Rd. & Wiggins Rd. Prince Rd. & Frontier Rd. M St. & A St. (SAGINAW PLAYGROUND) Azurite Ave. & Balsam St. (BRIGGS) A St. & Figueroa St. (TINTOWN) Lowell Ave. & Gardner St. DROP @ LOWELL JR. HIGH DROP @ GREENWAY ELEMENTARY M St. & A St. (SAGINAW PLAYGROUND) DROP @ BISBEE HIGH SCHOOL

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STOP LOCATION Wilson Rd. (Tierra La Contenta) San Jose Dr. & Graham Dr. San Jose Dr. & Santa Cruz Dr. Santa Cruz Dr. & Crestview Dr. Cochise Ln. & Navajo Dr. James St. & Deer St. Collins Rd. & Esperanza Apartments Hwy 92 @ Naco Hwy (Safeway) Headstart Wy. & McKinley Ave. DROP @ LOWELL JR. HIGH DROP @ GREENWAY ELEMENTARY San Jose Dr. & Graham Dr. San Jose Dr. & Santa Cruz Dr. Santa Cruz Dr. & Crestview Dr. Headstart Wy. & McKinley Ave. DROP @ BISBEE HIGH SCHOOL

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STOP LOCATION Border Rd. & Cactus Ln. Bisbee Junction Rd. & Border Rd. Purdy Ln. & Arizona St. Naco Hwy & Fairway View Rd. Newell St. & Towner Ave. Valenzuela St. & Towner St. DROP @ BISBEE HIGH SCHOOL

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STOP LOCATION High Knoll Rd. Tombstone Cyn & Moon Cyn Rd. Tombstone Cyn (LINCOLN SCHOOL) Tombstone Cyn (IRON MAN) Tombstone Cyn (CONVENTION CENTER) Cochise Row Paul St. (RUPPE PARK) Arizona St. & D Autremont Ave. Park Ave. & 3rd St. DROP @ LOWELL JR. HIGH DROP @ GREENWAY ELEMENTARY DROP @ BISBEE HIGH SCHOOL

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STOP LOCATION GREENWAY ELEMENTARY Melody Ln. Apartments Hereford Rd. & Nighthawk Ave. San Jose Dr. & Graham Dr. Nighthawk Ave. & Wolverine St. Mountain View Ave. & Copper St. Naco Hwy & Della St. 2177 S. Naco Hwy Granada Ln. & Hope St. Barnett Rd. & Marie St. Barnett Rd. & Della St. LaCholla Rd. @ Trailer Park Tierra De Las Flores LOWELL JR. HIGH BISBEE HIGH SCHOOL Melody Ln. Apartments San Jose Dr. & Cintilla Pl. Hereford Rd. & Nighthawk Ave.

general, not only at Greenway but across Bisbee Unified School District,” said Granger. “I think they exemplify the things that Capturing Kids’ Hearts recognize, and it’s good for someone not in the district to validate what we’ve been seeing.” Another program helping students succeed used in the district

Nighthawk Ave. & Wolverine St. Mountain View Ave. & Copper St. Naco Hwy & Della St. 2177 S. Naco Hwy Granada Ln. & Hope St. Barnett Rd. & Marie St. Barnett Rd. & Della St. LaCholla Rd. @ Trailer Park Tierra De Las Flores

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STOP LOCATION GREENWAY ELEMENTARY Santa Cruz Dr. & Crestview Dr. San Jose Dr. & Cintilla Pl. San Jose Dr. & Santa Cruz Dr. Fort Huachuca Ln. & Camino Ct. Cochise Ln. & Navajo Dr. Emerris St. & Coy St. James St. & Deer St. Mohave Dr. & Pima Dr. Mohave Dr. & Maricopa Dr. LOWELL JR. HIGH BISBEE HIGH SCHOOL Headstart Wy. & McKinley Ave. Collins Rd. & Esperanza Apartments Santa Cruz Dr. & Crestview Dr. San Jose Dr. & Santa Cruz Dr. San Jose Dr. & Graham Dr. Fort Huachuca Ln. & Camino Ct. Cochise Ln. & Navajo Dr. Emerris St. & Coy St. James St. & Deer St. Mohave Dr. & Pima Dr. Mohave Dr. & Maricopa Dr. Rio Vista Rd. (Mile Marker #347) Wilson Rd. (Tierra La Contenta)

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STOP LOCATION GREENWAY ELEMENTARY Arizona St. & D Autremont Ave. (B&G CLB) Headstart Wy & McKinley Ave. Collins Rd. & Esperanza Apartments Wilson Rd. (Tierra La Contenta) LOWELL JR. HIGH BISBEE HIGH SCHOOL Naco Hwy & Fairway View Rd. Newell St. & Towner Ave. Valenzuela St. & Towner Ave. Purdy Ln. & Arizona St. Bisbee Junction Rd. & Border Rd. Border Rd. & Cactus Ln.

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STOP LOCATION GREENWAY ELEMENTARY Bisbee Junction Rd. & Border Rd. #238 Purdy Ln. #3272 Naco Hwy Naco Hwy & Fairway View Rd Newell St. & Towner Ave. Valenzuela St. & Giesler St. LOWELL JR. HIGH

is Advancement Via Individual Determination. All three schools are applying AVID, which has proven successful with its stimulating methods to promote writing skills, inquiry, collaboration, organization and reading. “As we talk about increasing the rigor in our classrooms, these are the things teachers can do to increase the level of instruction our students are receiving. In elemen-

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STOP LOCATION GREENWAY ELEMENTARY Azurite Ave. & Balsam St. (BRIGGS) A St. & Figueroa St. (TINTOWN) Lowell Ave. & Gardner St. (LWR GALENA) LOWELL JR. HIGH BISBEE HIGH SCHOOL Azurite Ave. & Balsam St. (BRIGGS) Lowell Ave. & Gardner St. (LWR GALENA) Old Douglas Road M & A St. (Saginaw) Frontier Rd. Prince Rd. Double Adobe Rd. & Wiggins Rd. Puzzi Ranch Rd. & Kings Hwy. Zinc Rd.

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tary school you do it in every classroom to give them a foundation to learn those skills.” He explained teachers will be helping students learn how to take and organize their thoughts and learn what the teacher is teaching them. In college, some students have no idea how to take notes. This early building blocks guides them through the thought processes to get the most out of instruction

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beginning at an early age. Another part of the program gives birth to a mindset to follow the path to their goals through individual agenda binders. These will contain everything they need to stay abreast of their educations by following timelines, knowing what projects lie ahead and meeting deadlines. “It is going to be a great year in Bisbee USD,” said Granger with a smile.

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ATTENTION PARENTS The new bus schedules require that buses leave precisely at the times indicated in order to ensure all students arrive at school on-time. Students must be at the stop 10 minutes before the published time. Buses are not able to wait for students running late to the stop and buses are not able to return to stops for students who missed their bus.

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Making the Most of your Budget

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Sales and Tax-Free Days

ometimes it seems like summer has only begun when the first back-toschool ads begin showing up.

Back-to-school sales will start early, so taking advantage of them will save money, time and frustration. Supplies from the most basic to the latest trend can and will vanish before you know it. Keep your eyes open for sales, promotions and tips from other parents. Both brick-and-mortar and online stores are competing for your dollar, so be vigilant for price-matching and value-oriented sales on standard supplies. Many states also now offer taxfree days, creating extra values in supplies, clothing, computers and electronics.

But schools are starting earlier than ever — and retailers at brick-and-mortar stores and online are ready to meet all your needs. Whether your child is just beginning school, a middle- or high-schooler, or headed to or back to college, shopping for the return of school days is both more complicated and easier than ever. The website Great Schools offers some tips to help you prepare for the experience.

Determine When Quality Counts

Make a List Together

Before you begin shopping, make a list and involve your kids. The process will both motivate and provide a valuable learning experience. Begin with the basics. Check with schools for required and recommended supplies. Other parents with older kids are also a great resource. Students from elementary to college will obviously have different needs (and wants), so advance research will save you time and money.

Must-Haves and Nice-toHaves Sorting out the aforemen-

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tioned needs and wants is crucial in budgeting for the necessities and the desires of students. Once you’ve ensured you’ve addressed the former you can take into account

requests for the latter. Students young and old are sensitive to trends, whether it’s the character on your elementaryage child’s notebook, the latest fashion or a next-level phone

or computer, working with your children to establish the importance of a budget and priorities will help keep you both on track and spare them disappointment.

Bargains are attractive to any consumer at any level, but figuring out when quality counts will save you money in the long run. For many, seemingly basic needs — pens, for example, on the low end, or computers on the high end — cheaper might seem better. That may be true in the moment, but leaky pens might mean ruined clothing and a bargainbasement computer likely won’t last over the long term. Use common sense and make smart investments. Rock-bottom values aren’t always the best deal. Both you and your children will benefit from your quality choices.

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New Mexico,” he said. “I have more than 30 years experience as a coach and it’s my hope that I can be an asset to the athletic programs and staff at THS.” One of Miller’s goals is to work at increasing student participation in all extracurricular activities. Because of his sports background, he’s particularly interested in getting more student participation in the district’s sports offerings. “I think there are a lot more students who could be participating in sports, and

TOMBSTONE — As one of Tombstone Unified School District’s new administrative hires, Brian Miller will be taking on the dual roles of assistant principal at Tombstone High School and district athletic director. Miller comes to TUSD from much larger Buena High School where he filled the same two positions last year. As he makes the transition from Buena Fighting Colt to Tombstone Yellow Jacket, Miller says he looks forward to working with Continued on page 12 the administrative team at THS, as well as getting to know all the students. MARK LEVY HERALD/REVIEW “I was drawn to Tombstone because of the small size of the school, which is similar to Brian Miller is the new Tombstone High School schools I taught in past years while working in assistant principal and athletic director.

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Here’s what’s happening at walter j. meyer BY DANA COLE dana.cole@myheraldreview.com

TOMBSTONE — Walter J. Meyer School has been bustling with activity through the summer months as the campus gets spruced up for the new school year. “Our custodians and maintenance staff are working hard, as they do every summer, getting our campus ready for scholars to arrive on August 5,” said Principal Scot Roppe. In the spirit of being good tax dollars stewards, the school is “fixing all things fixable” on the campus, Roppe noted. “The swingset, which was perilously close to the solar structure, is being moved to a safe distance away from the solar structure’s beams. New gravel used as ‘attenuation’ is being spread under all our playground structures, also to ensure child safety.” Walter J. Meyer’s eighth-grade students painted a district picnic table, which had been neglected for a number of years. Tombstone High School’s woodshop class replaced and repaired all the seats and the table top, making it ready for the makeover. The eighth-graders also tackled unsightly garbage containers and beautified them. “You will find a Huachuca City Mustang-colored trash container and a freehand painting of a Yellow Jacket on another, thanks to the WJM freshman class at Tombstone High,” Roppe said. Students also will be coming back to a newly painted cafeteria when school starts. Other projects include new paint on the support posts for basketball goals, backstops and the orange hoops. Stumps that created hazards have been scheduled for removal. “Long abandoned dirt areas have been excavated, a retaining wall has been repaired and extended to allow new grass and new irrigation is being installed,” said Roppe while going through a list of projects. “Topsoil is being added, followed by grass seed and new plants will soon be adorning our campus.” Irrigation systems previously thought to be inoperative have been repaired and green grass is starting to emerge. Bathrooms are getting new mirrors, baseboards and paint. Old signs that are discolored and worn are being repainted, and the entire school is going through a deep cleaning. Thanks to a grant, supplemental electronic tablets have been purchased for the kindergarten, first- and second- grades,

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would like to see what we can do to encourage more involvement. “Extracurricular activities are an important part of school because they enhance the students’ educational experience by teaching them about life and how to deal with success and failure. These programs also help develop a strong work ethic, along with instilling valuable team building skills.” Miller graduated from the University of Wyoming with a bachelor’s degree in

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Walter J. Meyer School receptionist Carol Davis talks about a new irrigation system installation on the school campus, representing one of several summer projects the school is going through to help spruce up the campus.

TUSD REGISTRATION INFO: Children entering kindergarten must be 5 years old by Sept. 1 in order to register. Children entering first grade must by 6 years old by Sept. 1 to register. At the time of registration, the following documents must be presented: •  An original birth certificate •  Proof of residency •  Immunization record •  Prior school records (if applicable) •  Custody papers (if applicable) •  Notice of educational provider intent for all foster or CPS placements

which means there are now electronic devices for every student on campus. In the near future, new security gates will be installed, with a buzz system at the

school entrance, Roppe said. “This represents yet another measure of security for your children and our staff.” While all the campus-wide improvements add a lot to the school, Roppe is quick to emphasize the importance of quality teachers. “We welcome back our veteran teachers and are pleased to announce WJM will have two new teachers this year.” Denise Spoto, who is the fifth- and sixth-grade combination class teacher, comes with more than 20 years experience. “She proved herself a valued asset as a sub and interventionist throughout the 2018-19 school year,” Roppe said. “We are glad to have her on board.” The school also welcomes Deb Samuel, the new computer teacher and interventionist for upper grades, who comes to the district from Florida with four years experience.

physical education, along with health and drivers education in 1986. He moved to Arizona where he worked three years in Phoenix, five in Holbrook and three at Alchesay High School, located in Arizona’s White Mountain region. “I spent 22 years at Cobre High School outside of Silver City, New Mexico where I was head football coach for 16 of those years, and assistant athletic director for three years, and I also was a teacher,” he said. Miller earned his master’s degree in

educational leadership through Western New Mexico University in Silver City in 2011. “My wife (Kelly Moore Miller) is from Bisbee and my dad winters here, which is one reason we relocated to this area a year ago,” Miller said. “We’ve visited Cochise County through the years and love it here.” The Millers recently purchased a home in Sierra Vista. Kelly Miller is a registered nurse with hospice. When they’re not working, they enjoy golf, traveling, hiking,

WJM TEACHERS: •  Kindergarten — Tania Durley •  First grade — Gail Bennett •  Second grade — Janneffer Montaivo •  Third-fourth grade — Patty Fuller •  Fifth-sixth grade — Denise Spoto •  Seventh-eighth grade — John Richards •  Seventh-eighth grade — Kevin Torres •  Physical Education — Don Phillips •  Special Education — Cathleen Harczak •  Title I and Computers — Deobrah Samuel

yard work and watching sports. Brian Miller has visited Tombstone High School at different times through the summer, but his new position officially started in July. “I’m very excited about the upcoming school year and being a member of the district’s administrative team,” he said. “There is a lot going on in the school district right now and I’m looking forward to doing what I can to make a positive difference for the students and staff.”


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Jeanette Paz BY DANA COLE dana.cole@myheraldreview.com

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Jeanette Paz is the new Huachuca City School assistant principal.

HUACHUCA CITY — Students of Huachuca City School will have a new assistant principal when classes start this fall. Jeanette Paz comes to Tombstone Unified School District with an impressive background as an educator, while balancing the responsibilities of single mom raising three boys and teaching kickboxing three mornings a week. “So, along with being a single mom raising three sons, I’m also a gym rat, and now I’m a new administrator,” she said. “And I’m grandmamma to a 6-month old grandson.” Originally from Douglas, Paz played varsity football as a Bulldog from 1994 to 1995, during her senior year at Douglas High School. Paz was born in Douglas, but raised in Mexico through fifth-grade, with Spanish as her first language. “I didn’t start speaking English until I was enrolled in the American public school system in the sixth-grade,” she said. “I’ve found that being a bilingual educator certainly has its benefits, especially in this area.” Paz, who has worked with Huachuca City Principal Kevin Beaman in the past, says she’s looking forward to teaming up with him as the assistant principal. “I’m so excited about this opportunity to work with Kevin Beaman,” she said. “I had the privilege of working with him when he was a first-year teacher at Imagine Charter School and am so proud of his administrative position at Huachuca City.”

After earning a bachelor’s degree through the University of Arizona in 2000, Paz taught at Lowell Junior High School in Bisbee from 2000 to 2005, and then worked for Imagine Charter School from 2005 to 2011. From Imagine, she taught at Col. Smith Middle School on Fort Huachuca where she was an eighth-grade math and algebra teacher from 2011 until now. As she prepares for her new position, Paz says she wants to help cultivate a positive and safe learning environment, where children look forward to coming to school every single day. “There are a lot of challenges at Huachuca City School,” she said. “I admire the way Kevin has rolled up his sleeves and worked hard to make a difference for the students. He has worked alongside school board members, volunteers and the community to help make the school’s athletic fields happen, along with other projects on the school campus. Making a difference is a big part of what he does for the kids, and I want to join him in those efforts.” When asked about her interests and hobbies, Paz said she has a 23-year-old daughter who recently blessed her with a grandson. “I also have a 7-year-old son and am helping raise two additional boys, ages 10 and 13. They’ll be coming with me as part of our Huachuca City family,” she said. Paz loves kickboxing and is an instructor three mornings a week at Lee’s Cardio and Kickboxing in Sierra Vista. “I’m very excited about this new opportunity at Huachuca City School ... I see this as a new adventure in my career.”

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HUACHUCA CITY SCHOOL HCS ROUTE #1 AM Ronald Regan Pkwy + Tanner Way 7:18 Camino De Mesa + Calle Segundo 7:26 Whetstone Firestation 7:27 Camino De Manana + Calle Seis 7:28 Calle Seis + Camino De Mesa 7:29 Calle Seis + Camino De Pampas 7:30 Camino De Pampas + Calle Quartro 7:31 Camino De Pampas + Calle Tercero 7:32 Camino De Pampas + Calle Segundo 7:33 Calle Segundo + Via Nova 7:34 Camino De Tundra + Calle Seis 7:35 Camino De Tundra + Sheila St 7:36 Sheila St+ Allen Lane 7:37 Allen Lane + Calle Seis 7:38 Camino De Mesa + Calle Sereno 7:42 Camino De Manana + Calle Serano 7:43 399 Ivey Rd 7:45 Ivey Rd + Sands Ranch Rd. 7:46 Sands Ranch + Sunset Rd 7:47 HWY 82 + Hummingbird 7:49 HWY 82 + Mustang Heights 7:50 Hwy 82 + Buchanan 7:52 HCS 8:00

HCS ROUTE #1 PM Depart HCS Ronal Regan Pkwy + Tanner Way Camino De Mesa + Calle Segundo Whetstone Firestation Camino De Manana + Calle Seis Calle Seis + Camino De Mesa Calle Seis + Camino De Pampas

3:35 3:43 3:51 3:52 3:53 3:54 3:55

Camino De Pampas + Quartro/Quinto 3:56 Camino De Pampas + Calle Tercero 3:57 Camino De Pampas + Calle Segundo 3:58 Calle Segundo + Via Nova 3:59 4:00 Camino De Tundra + Calle Seis Camino De Tundra + Sheila 4:01 Sheila + Allen Lane 4:02 Allen Lane + Calle Seis 4:03 4:07 Camino De Mesa + Calle Sereno Camino De Manana + Calle Serano 4:08 399 Ivey Rd 4:10 Ivey Rd + Sands Ranch Rd. 4:11 Sands Ranch + Sunset Rd 4:12 Calle Vista + Black Road (PM Only) 4:14 HWY 82 + Hummingbird 4:16 HWY 82 + Mustang Heights 4:17 Hwy 82 + Buchanan 4:19

HCS ROUTE #2 AM Silver Strike Trl & Bent Barrel Trl Hwy 80 + Laundromat Sanders Rd + Blackberry Sanders Rd + Bowers Rd Sanders Rd + Acorn Ln Sanders Rd + Calle En Cielo Sanders Rd + Willcox Ave Truman Rd + Williams Way HWY 82 + Dove St OFF HWY 82 + Buddy’s Bar E Oak St + Willow Ave E Oak St + Aspen Ave E Oak St + Elder Ave E Oak St + Cedar Ave E Oak St + Maple Ave Maple Ave + Birch St

7:06 7:13 7:29 7:30 7:31 7:32 7:33 7:36 7:41 7:43 7:45 7:46 7:47 7:48 7:49 7:50

Maple Ave + Ash St 7:51 Ash St + Cedar Ave 7:52 Ash St + Aspen Ave 7:52 16 Hawthorne st 7:53 HCS 8:00

HCS ROUTE #2 PM Depart HCS E Oak St + Willow Ave E Oak St + Aspen E Oak St + Elder E Oak St + Cedar E Oak St + Maple Maple Ave + Birch Maple Ave + Ash St Ash St + Cedar Ave Ash St + Aspen Ave 16 Hawthorne St OFF HWY 82 + Buddy’s Bar HWY 82 + Dove St Truman Rd + Williams Way Sanders + Willcox Sanders + Calle En Cielo Sanders + Acorn Sanders + Bowers Sanders + Blackberry Hwy 80 + Laundromat Silver Strike Trl & Bent Barrel Trl

3:35 3:41 3:42 3:43 3:44 3:45 3:46 3:47 3:48 3:49 3:50 3:52 3:53 3:58 4:01 4:02 4:03 4:04 4:05 4:21 4:28

HCS ROUTE #3 AM Tacoma St + Palo Verde Dr Palo Verde Dr + Ocotillo Dr Ocotillo Dr + Catalina Dr 7th St + Raymond Dr Hegge Dr + Kayetan Dr

7:10 7:12 7:13 7:15 7:17

ATTENTION PARENTS 2. P.M. times listed are for Mon. thru Thurs. Friday times are 2 hours and 10 min. earlier, due to early release. Kayetan Dr + Carmichael Ave 7:18 2nd St + Tacoma St 7:20 2nd St + Railroad St 7:21 388 S. Carmicael Ave (Las Palomas Apts) 7:24 Carmichael Ave + Busby Dr 7:25 Busby Dr + Judd St 7:26 Busby Dr + 7th St (At City Bus Stop) 7:27 Golf Links + Savanna 7:29 Regency Dr + Chantilly Dr 7:31 Coronado Dr + Piccadilly Dr 7:33 Coronado Dr + Laurel Ln 7:34 Lenzner Ave + Busby Dr (@ City Bus Stop) 7:37 Coronado Dr + Casa De La Sierra Apts 7:39 El Camino Real + Mockingbird Dr 7:42 El Camino Real + Mountain View Apts 7:43 300 S Huachuca Blvd (Hwy 90 / MHP) 7:53 Patton + Howard 7:55 HCS 8:00

HCS ROUTE #3PM Depart HCS Patton + Howard St 7th St + Raymond Dr Tacoma + Palo Verde Dr Palo Verde + Ocotillo Ocotillo + Catalina Hegge Dr. + Kayetan Dr. Kayetan Dr. + Carmichael Ave. 2nd St +Tacoma St 2nd St + Railroad St

3:35 3:40 3:48 3:49 3:51 3:52 3:54 3:55 3:57 3:58


HCS ROUTE #4 PM Depart HCS 3:35 Hunt Rd + Skyline Dr 3:40 Navajo St + Gila Ave 3:41 Navajo St + Mohave Ave 3:42 Yuma St + Maricopa 3:44 Yuma St + Gila Ave (In front of Church) 3:46 Yuma St + Cochise Ave 3:47 Mediterranean Dr + Columbo Ave 4:01 Mediterranean Dr + Toscanini Ave 4:03 Chevron Station + Hwy 90 4:05 Paseo Las Palmas + Calle Estudiante 4:08 Paseo San Luis + Buena Loma Way 4:12 4400 Resort Dr @ Club House 4:18

Ronald Reagan Pkwy + Zosimo 6:44 Calle Segundo + Whetstone Fire 6:52 Calle Segundo + Camino De Pampas 6:54 Calle Segundo + Via Nova 6:55 Camino De Tundra + Calle Sies 6:57 Camino De Tundra + Sheila St 6:58 Sheila St + Allen Ln 6:59 Allen Ln + Calle Seis 7:00 Camino De Mesa + Calle Sereno 7:03 Calle Serano + Camino De Manana 7:04 HWY 82 + 4 Pillars Rd 7:15 HWY 82 + Tombstone Territories RV Park 7:17 HWY 82 + Tombstone Livery Stables 7:25 HWY 80 + Tombstone RV Park (Old KOA) 7:27 THS 7:30 WJM 7:35

THS/WJM ROUTE #5 PM Depart THS 3:00 HWY 80 + Tombstone RV Park (Old KOA) 3:15 HWY 82 + Tombstone Livery Stables 3:25 2111 HWY 82 + Tomb. Territories RV Park 3:27 HWY 82 + 4 Pillars Rd 3:28 Calle Segundo + Whetstone Fire 3:30 Calle Segundo + Camino De Pampas 3:31 Calle Segundo + Via Nova 3:32 Camino De Tundra + Calle Sies 3:33 Camino De Tundra + Sheila St 3:36 Sheila St + Allen Ln 3:37 Allen Ln + Calle Seis 3:40 Camino De Mesa + Calle Sereno 3:41 Calle Serano + Camino De Manana 3:43 Ronald Reagan Pkwy + Zosimo 3:45

THS/WJM ROUTE #6 AM

THS/WJM ROUTE #7 SV AM

5100 Smith Ave + Burger King 6:24 Evans St. + Burt Rd 6:28 Winrow Rd + Lawton Rd 6:33 Smith Ave + Stanley St 6:36 Rucker St + Community Center 6:37 Rucker St + E Smith Ave 6:38 Jeffords St + Hardley St 6:39 Cushing + Jeffords St 6:40 399 Hall St 6:42 TMAC 6:43 Pershing + 1st 6:55 Pershing + 3rd 6:56 3rd St + Grant St 6:57 HCS Gym 6:59 Skyline Dr + Vista Del Norte Apts 7:01 119 Hwy 82 (Buddy’s Bar) 7:06 THS 7:26 WJM 7:31

Ave. Escuela & Mallard Cir. 6:28 Quail Run Dr + Calle Portal 6:30 Mockingbird Dr + El Camino Real 6:31 El Camino Real + Cardinal Ave 6:33 Cardinal Ave + Hummingbird Ln 6:36 Coronado Dr + Casa De La Sierra Apts 6:40 Wilcox Dr + Marianne Dr 6:43 Railroad St + 6th St 6:46 Theater St + 4th St 6:47 Carmichael St + Wolfe St 6:48 Carmichael St + Kayetan Dr 6:50 Ocotillo Dr + Palo Verde 6:54 Palo Verde + Tacoma St 6:56 Tacoma St + Lenzner Ave 6:58 Las Brisas Way + Las Brisas Apts 6:59 2232 Madera Dr 7:00 Industry Dr + Columbo Ave 7:05 TBD 7:06 THS 7:30 WJM 7:35

THS/WJM ROUTE #6 PM Depart THS 3:00 119 Hwy 82 (Buddy’s Bar) 3:20 Skyline Dr + Vista Del Norte Apts 3:25 HCS Gym 3:27 3rd St + Grant St 3:29 Pershing + 3rd 3:30 Pershing + 1st 3:31 TMAC 3:44 399 Hall St 3:46 Cushing + Jeffords St 3:48 Jeffords St + Hardley St 3:49 Rucker St + E Smith Ave 3:50 Rucker St + Community Center 3:51 Smith Ave + Stanley St 3:52 Winrow Rd + Lawton Rd 3:55 Evans St. + Burt Rd 4:00 5100 Smith Ave + Burger King 4:04

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THS/WJM ROUTE #7 SV PM Depart THS Ave. Escuela & Mallard Cir. Quail Run Dr + Calle Portal Mockingbird Dr + El Camino Real El Camino Real + Cardinal Ave Cardinal Ave + Hummingbird Ln Coronado Dr + Casa De La Sierra Apts Wilcox Dr + Marianne Dr Railroad St + 6th St Theater St + 4th St Carmichael St + Wolfe St Carmichael St + Kayetan Dr Ocotillo Dr + Palo Verde Palo Verde + Tacoma St Tacoma St + Lenzner Ave Las Brisas Way + Las Brisas Apts 2232 Madera Dr Industry Dr + Columbo Ave

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HCS ROUTE #4 AM Mediterranean Dr + Columbo Ave 7:14 Mediterranean Dr + Toscanini Ave 7:15 Chevron Station + Hwy 90 7:17 Paseo Las Palmas + Calle Estudiante 7:20 Paseo San Luis + Buena Loma Way 7:24 4400 Resort Dr @ Club House 7:30 Yuma St + Cochise Ave 7:48 Yuma St + Gila Ave (In front of Church) 7:49 Yuma St + Maricopa 7:51 Navajo St + Mohave Ave 7:53 Navajo St + Gila Ave 7:54 Hunt Rd + Skyline Dr 7:55 Arrive HCS 8:00

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388 S. Carmicael (Las Palomas Apt.) 4:01 Carmichael + Busby 4:02 4:03 Busby Dr + Judd St Busby Dr + 7th St 4:04 4:06 Golf Links Rd + Savanna Regency Dr + Chantilly Dr 4:08 4:10 Coronado Dr + Piccadilly Dr Coronado Dr + Laurel Ln 4:11 Lenzner Ave + Busby Dr (@ City Bus Stop) 4:14 Coronado Dr + Casa De La Sierra Apts 4:16 El Camino Real + Mockingbird Dr 4:19 El Camino Real + Mountain View Apts 4:20


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THS/WJM ROUTE #9 PRES EST-THS AM Yuma + Cochise 6:26 122 Pima St 6:28 Yuma + Mohave Ave. 6:31 Yuma + Maricopa 6:33 Navajo + Yavapai Ave 6:35 Navajo + Gila Ave. 6:36 Oak Ave + Willow Ave 6:41 Oak Ave + Cedar 6:42 Maple + Birch 6:43 Maple + Ash 6:44 Ash + Aspen 6:45 HWY 82 + Hummingbird Rd 6:48 HWY 82 + Mustang Heights 6:49 HWY 82 + Buchanan Place 6:51 Sands Ranch Rd + Sunset Rd 6:52 Sands Ranch Rd + Ivey Rd 6:54 Washington + E Lincoln 7:03 Washington + Roosevelt 7:04 1488 E Adams Rd 7:07 N. Sanders + Wilcox 7:09 N. Sanders + Acorn 7:11 N Sanders + N Bowers 7:13 THS 7:30 WJM 7:35

THS/WJM ROUTE #9 PRES EST-THS PM Depart THS N. Sanders + N Bowers N. Sanders + Acorn N. Sanders + Wilcox 1488 E Adams Rd Washington + Lincoln Washington + Roosevelt HWY 82 + Hummingbird Rd HWY 82 + Mustang Heights HWY 82 + Buchanan Place Sands Ranch Rd + Sunset Rd Sands Ranch Rd + Ivey Rd Oak Ave + Willow Ave Oak Ave + Cedar Maple + Birch Maple + Ash Ash + Aspen Yuma + Cochise 122 Pima St Yuma + Mohave Ave. Yuma + Maricopa Navajo + Yavapai Ave Navajo + Gila Ave.

3:00 3:16 3:17 3:18 3:20 3:23 3:24 3:36 3:37 3:39 3:41 3:42 3:44 3:45 3:47 3:48 3:49 3:53 3:54 3:57 3:58 3:59 4:00

THS/WJM ROUTE #10 FT. H./MALL AM

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388 S. Carmichael Ave (Las Palomas Apt.) 6:22 Carmichael Ave + Berridge Dr 6:23 Judd St + Timothy Ln 6:25 Judd St + Golf Links Rd 6:27 Golf Links Rd + Exeter Dr 6:29 Coronado Dr + Laurel Ln. 6:31 Laurel Ln. + Piccadilly Dr. 6:32 Avenida Cochise + Copper Sunrise 6:36 Oakmont + Patina Dr. 6:37 Greenbrier Rd + Player Ave. 6:40 2200 El Mercado Lp (SV Mall @Dillards) 6:42 Paseo San Luis + Buena Loma Way 6:46 Paseo San Luis + Paseo Olivera 6:48 Foothills Dr + Camino Del Norte 6:51 Avenida Del Sol + Calle Granada 6:54 Avenida Del Sol + Desert Shadows Dr 6:55 Avenida Del Sol + Chevron Station 6:56 Tuscanini Ave + Mediterranean Dr 6:59 Columbo Ave + Evergreen Dr 7:00 Campus Dr + San Pedro Apts 7:05 THS 7:30 WJM 7:35

Depart THS Campus Dr + San Pedro Apts Columbo Ave + Evergreen Dr Tuscanini Ave + Mediterranean Dr Avenida Del Sol + Chevron Station Avenida Del Sol + Desert Shadows Dr Avenida Del Sol + Calle Granada Foothills Dr + Camino Del Norte Paseo San Luis + Paseo Olivera Paseo San Luis + Buena Loma Way 2200 El Mercado Lp (SV Mall @Dillards) Greenbrier Rd + Player Ave. Oakmont + Patina Dr. Avenida Cochise + Remington Piccadilly Dr. + Laurel Ln. Coronado Dr + Laurel Ln. Golf Links Rd + Exeter Dr Judd St + Golf Links Rd Judd St + Timothy Ln Carmichael Ave + Berridge Dr 388 S. Carmichael Ave (Las Palomas Apt.)

3:00 3:25 3:30 3:31 3:34 3:35 3:36 3:39 3:42 3:44 3:48 3:50 3:53 3:54 3:58 3:59 4:01 4:03 4:04 4:07 4:08

THS/WJM ROUTE #11 PAL AM 10428 Hwy 92 (Morningstar Café) 6:27 HWY 92 + Cana St. 6:29 HWY 92 + Deliverance Way 6:31 HWY 92 + Kings Ranch 6:35 HWY 92 + Valley View Sch 6:38 Hwy 92 + 3 Canyons 6:43 Hwy 92 + La Paloma Ln 6:45 Hereford Rd + Hall Dr 6:48 Hereford Rd + South Sunnyvale 6:49 Hereford + Garden Valley Dr 6:50 Hereford + Y Lightning 6:51 Moson Rd + Nevada Dr 6:55 Moson Rd + Ramsey Rd 6:56 Moson Rd + Barataria Blvd 6:57 Moson Rd + Canada Dr 6:58 Moson Rd + Valley Dr 6:59 Moson Rd + Conner Dr 7:00 THS 7:25 WJM 7:30

THS/WJM ROUTE #11 PAL. PM Depart THS Moson Rd. + Conner Rd. Moson Rd + E Valley Dr Moson Rd + E Canada Moson Rd + Barataria Moson Rd + Ramsey Rd Moson Rd + Nevada Hereford Rd + Y Lightning Hereford Rd + Garden Valley Dr Hereford Rd + South Sunnyvale Hereford Rd + Hall Dr HWY 92 + Miller Canyon HWY 92 + 3 Canyons Rd HWY 92 + Valley View Sch HWY 92 + Kings Ranch HWY 92 + Deliverance Way HWY 92 + Cana St. 10428 Hwy 92 (Morningstar Café)

3:00 3:25 3:26 3:27 3:28 3:29 3:30 3:34 3:35 3:36 3:37 3:40 3:42 3:47 3:50 3:54 3:56 3:58

THS/WJM ROUTE #14 BISBEE/HEREFORD AM Tombstone Canyon Rd + Commerce Way Bisbee Rd + 3rd St Arizona Ave + Congdon Ave (B&G Club) Center + Mill Rd Headstart Way + Harrison Della + Barnett Rd San Jose + Cintilla Pl Highway 92 + Foudy Rd Palominas + Chaco Ln. Palominas Rd + Waters/3 Canyons

6:00 6:03 6:05 6:07 6:13 6:18 6:22 6:30 6:37 6:39

3 Canyons + Rio Santiago 6:42 6:47 Palominas + Cloud Croft Dr. Palominas + Terra Bella 6:48 6:49 Palominas + Hereford Rd. Hereford + Land Grant Rd. 6:51 Hereford + Ridling 6:52 Hereford Rd + Pintek 6:53 6401 S. Pintek Ln 6:57 Hereford Rd.+ Ranch Rd. 7:01 Hereford Rd.+ Natoma Trl. 7:02 THS 7:30 WJM Unload 7:35

THS/WJM ROUTE #14 BISBEE/HEREFORD PM WJM Load THS Load / Depart Hereford Rd.+ Natoma Trl. Hereford Rd.+ Ranch Rd. Hereford Rd + Pintek 6401 S. Pintek Ln Hereford Rd + Ridling Rd Hereford Rd + Land Grant Rd. Hereford Rd. + Palominas Rd Palominas Rd + Terra Bella Ln Palominas Rd + Cloud Croft Dr. Palominas Rd + 3 Canyons Rd 3 Canyons Rd + Rio Santiago Palominas + Chaco Ln. Highway 92 + Foudy Rd San Jose + Cintilla Pl Della + Barnett Rd Headstart Way + Harrison Center + Mill Rd Arizona + Congdon (B&G Club - Bisbee) Bisbee Rd + 3rd St Tombstone Canyon Rd + Commerce Way

2:40 3:00 3:28 3:29 3:30 3:34 3:39 3:40 3:41 3:42 3:43 3:45 3:48 3:53 4:01 4:09 4:13 4:18 4:23 4:25 4:27 4:30

THS/WJM ROUTE #12 HEREFORD AM HWY 92 + Camino Segundo (AZ/Giant Fuel) 6:24 Camino Segundo + Santa Lucia Ave 6:25 Calle Campobello + Camino Principal 6:28 Calle Campobello + Bevers St 6:29 Bevers St + San Pedro Ave. 6:30 4400 Resort Dr @ Club House 6:34 St. Andrews + Black Hawk Dr 6:37 Cherokee Ave + Suma Dr 6:39 St. Andrews Dr + Canyon De Flores 6:41 St. Andrews Dr + Camino el Jardin 6:42 Yaqui St + Equaestrian Dr. 6:46 Ramsey Cyn Rd + Equaestrian Dr 6:48 Ramsey Rd + San Paulo 6:50 Ramsey Rd + Campobello 6:52 Ramsey Rd + Camino Del Amor 6:53 Ramsey & Burro Dr 6:54 Moson Rd + Chief Joseph 7:01 Moson Rd + Brumby Lane 7:02 Moson Rd + Horsethief Draw 7:04 THS 7:30 WJM 7:35

THSWJM ROUTE #12 HEREFORD PM Depart THS 3:00 Moson Rd + Horsethief Draw 3:26 Moson Rd + Brumby Lane 3:28 Moson Rd + Chief Joseph 3:29 Ramsey & Burro 3:36 Ramsey + Camino Del Amor 3:37 Ramsey + Campobello 3:38 Ramsey + San Paulo 3:39 4000 E. Camino Segundo (Az/Giant Fuel) 3:42 Camino Segundo + Santa Lucia Ave 3:43 Calle Campobello + Camino Principal 3:46 Bevers St + Calle Campobello 3:47 Bevers St + San Pedro Ave. 3:48 4400 Resort Dr @ Club House 3:52

St. Andrews + Black Hawk Dr 3:55 Cherokee Ave + Suma Dr 3:57 St. Andrews Dr + Canyon De Flores 3:59 St. Andrews Dr + Camino el Jardin 4:00 Yaqui St + Equaestrian Dr 4:04 Equaestrian Dr + Ramsey Canyon Rd 4:06

THS / WJM ROUTE #13 TOMBSTONE AM Windmill + Hwy 80 1222 San Pedro Way Saddleback (Just Past San Pedro) 1311 Saddleback Circle 1343 Saddleback Circle Saddleback Cir.+ Saddleback Dr. Saddleback Circle + San Pedro Way San Pedro Way + Saddleback Dr Cortez Dr. + Cortez Place 2377 Cortez Dr. Mt. View Rd + Cochise Cirl 2026 E. Mesa Cir. 2001 E. Mesa Cir. Rialto Rd. + Camino San Rafael 1506 Schiefflin Rd. 2433 Silver Strike Trl. @ Mail Boxes Holiday + Curly Bill 2558 E. Roadrunner Ridge @ Mail Boxes 621 Buckskin Frank Buckskin Frank + Schieffelin Scheffelin + Clanton Rd North Ave + Camino San Rafael Corto Rd + Camino San Rafael 215 S. Sumner St. (Credit Union) 2nd St. + Toughnut St. 609 E. Allen St. (Old Tennis Courts) Allen St. + 9th St. E. Safford St. + 8th St. E. Safford St. + 4th St. E. Safford St. + 2nd St. HWY 80 + Laudromat THS WJM

6:30 6:46 6:47 6:48 6:49 6:50 6:51 6:52 6:53 6:54 6:55 6:56 6:57 6:59 7:00 7:01 7:03 7:04 7:07 7:08 7:09 7:12 7:13 7:17 7:18 7:21 7:22 7:23 7:25 7:26 7:28 7:30 7:35

THS / WJM ROUTE #13 TOMBSTONE AM WJM Load THS Load / Depart HWY 80 + Laudromat 215 S. Sumner St. (Credit Union) 2nd St. + Toughnut St. E. Safford St. + 2nd St. E. Safford St. + 4th St. E. Safford St. + 8th St. Allen St. + 9th St. 609 E. Allen St. (Old Tennis Courts) 1222 San Pedro Way Saddleback (Just Past San Pedro) 1311 Saddleback Circle 1343 Saddleback Circle Saddleback Cir.+ Saddleback Dr. Saddleback Circle + San Pedro Way San Pedro Way + Saddleback Dr Cortez Dr. + Cortez Place 2377 Cortez Dr. Mt. View Rd + Cochise Cirl 2026 E. Mesa Cir. 2001 E. Mesa Cir. Rialto Rd. + Camino San Rafael 1506 Schiefflin Rd. 2433 Silver Strike Trl. @ Mail Boxes Holiday + Curly Bill 2558 E. Roadrunner Ridge @ Mail Boxes 621 Buckskin Frank Buckskin Frank + Schieffelin Scheffelin + Clanton Rd North Ave + Camino San Rafael Corto Rd + Camino San Rafael Windmill + Hwy 80

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Your guide to back to school BY JAMIE VERWYS jamie.verwys@myheraldreview.com

FORT HUACHUCA — It’s never too early to get ready for back to school. Though the days of summer are going strong, the school year for the three Fort Huachuca Accommodation Schools starts on July 31. The Fort Huachuca Accommodation Schools includes Colonel Johnston Elementary, General Myer Elementary and Colonel Smith Middle School. Here’s what’s new at the schools and your guide to returning to academics on base.

Online registration:

The schools will host their registration days on July 17 and July 18 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Colonel Smith Middle School for all three schools. Additionally, this year the schools are

going to have online registration available for the first time ever. “We’ve never done this before and so it will be available to families to expedite the registration process,” said Jennifer Truitt-Lewis, principal at General Myer Elementary. “It will make it a quick and easy process and since this is the first interaction with the school district they have so we want to make sure it’s a good process.” The online registration will be available on their website and during the actual registration days, school staff will help families navigate the new online registration system. For students who have previously attended Fort Huachuca Schools, parents are responsible for updating emergency contact information and providing proof of residency. There will be a special registration area for parents who pre-

registered their children in the spring where they can pick-up the 2019/2020 school/student handbook, district information sheets and applications for free or reduced lunch. Those registering new students will need to provide a birth certificate, proof of residency, immunization records and previous school records or an address for the school to request them from.

New teachers and new club:

Truitt-Lewis said that enrollment has increased and as a result they have hired additional teachers and staff. “We have one new teacher per grade level,” she said. “Since we had an increase in enrollment we made our staff bigger to accommodate that.” There is one teacher in kindergarten, first and second grade, as well as additional new staff. Truitt-Lewis also said there will be a

brand new drama club offered at General Myer Elementary this year.

Get to know your school:

The schools will host meet and greets on July 30 to give parents and families a chance to explore their schools, meet teachers and get acquainted with the classrooms. The schools will also host curriculum nights at the end of August so parents can learn more about Fort Huachuca Accommodation Schools’ standards. Truitt-Lewis said that every year, their focus is quality for their students. “I would say we are just focused on continuing our success,” she said. “Student achievement is always high here, our staff members are quality and we’re looking forward to another great year.” For more information on the schools, visit www.fhasd.org.

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Students attending Fort Huachuca Accommodation Schools residing outside the one mile radius of their school will be transported by school bus. School Bus transportation is provided to students receiving services from Siefert School-Age Center (SAC).

BUS SERVICE PROVIDED TO STUDENTS LIVING OUTSIDE ONE-MILE RADIUS OF SCHOOL Pick Up Begins

Stop Location/ Number

Day

Drop Off Begins

Stop Location/ Number

Am Pickup and School Drop YELLOW

7:15

SPED Home Pickup

M,T,W,TH,F

8:00

Johnston, Myer, Smith

YELLOW

8:00

Pre-K am, CDC Home Pickup

M,T,W,F

8:30

Johnston

YELLOW

11:40

Pre-K pm, CDC & Home Pickup

M,T,W,F

12:15

Johnston

RED

7:30

2,3 2,3,4

M,T,W,TH,F

7:50 8:00

Myer Johnston

GREEN

7:25 7:45

5,6,7 SAC

M,T,W,TH,F

7:50 8:00

Myer Johnston

BLUE

7:20 7:45

1,2,3,4 SAC

M,T,W,TH,F

7:40 7:50

Smith Myer

PM Pickup and Bus Stop Drop YELLOW

10:20

Johnston Pre-K am

M,T,W,F

10:30

CDC & Home

YELLOW

2:00

Johnston SPED & Pre-K pm

M,T,W,F

2:15

CDC & Home

RED

2:15 2:40

Johnston Myer

M,T,W,F

2:30 2:55

2,3,4 (Band)Smith,2,3

GREEN

2:15 2:40

Johnston Myer

M,T,W,F

2:30 2:55

SAC 5,6,7

BLUE

2:15 2:40

Johnston Myer

M,T,W,F

2:30 2:55

SAC SAC

BLUE

2:55

Smith

M,T,W,F

3:10

1,2,3,4

Thursday PM Pickup and Bus Stop Drop YELLOW

All preschool students attending Colonel Johnston Elementary School (CJES) will be transported by school bus from home to school. If you move, or if your student is to be transported to and from another address, the school office must be notified. All K, 1st and 2nd grade students attending Colonel Johnston Elementary School (CJES) who live outside of the one-mile radius will be eligible to ride the school bus. Eligible students residing in Bonnie Blink, historical Fort Huachuca and some homes in northwestern area of Cavalry Park will be transported from stops are 2, 3 and 4. All 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students attending General Myer Elementary School (GMES) who live outside of the one-mile radius will be eligible to ride the school bus. Eligible students residing in Bonnie Blink, from the Brown Parade Field Gazebo to the southwest on Grierson Avenue, and some areas west of Colonel Smith Middle School will be transported from stops 2, 3, 5, 6, and 7. All 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students attending Colonel Smith Middle School (CSMS) who live outside of the one-mile radius will be eligible to ride the school bus. Stops are 1, 2, 3, and 4. Following is a list of established bus stop numbers and their locations. 1.

Carlson Loop (across from the playground)

CSMS

2.

Burt Road (middle of the block)

CJES GMES CSMS

3.

Grierson Avenue (east side across from the District Office)

CJES GMES CSMS

1:05

Johnston SPED

TH

1:20

Home

RED

1:05 1:25

Johnston Myer

TH

1:20 1:40

2,3,4 2,3

GREEN

1:05 1:25

Johnston Myer

TH

1:20 1:40

SAC 5,6,7

4.

BLUE

1:05 1:25

Johnston Myer

TH

1:20 1:40

SAC SAC

Boyd Avenue (south side of the CJES museum) CSMS

5.

Craig Street and Cariaga Court

GMES

BLUE

1:50

Smith

TH

2:05

1,2,3,4

6.

Kautz Loop

GMES

YELLOW

After School Programs After School Programs

3:30

Myer

M,T,W

3:40

SAC,2,3,5,6,7

After School Programs

3:55

Smith

M,T,W,F

4:05

SAC,1,2,3,4

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LEAVE BUS BARN DELIVERANCE & CANA DELIVERANCE & JOY JOY & AXEHEAD HWY 92 & KINGS RANCH HWY 92 & SHIRLEY LN HEREFORD & GARDEN VALLEY RAMSEY & CALLE DE LA ROSA RAMSEY & CALLE LIMA MOSON & NEVADA HWY 92 & ASSEMBLY OF GOD DROP OFF @ ALCO

PM BISBEE RT1 4:05 4:25 4:26 4:27 4:30 4:39 4:42 4:45 4:48 4:50 4:55

BISBEE HIGH SCHOOL DELIVERANCE & CANA DELIVERANCE & JOY JOY & AXEHEAD HWY 92 & KINGS RANCH HWY 92 & SHIRLEY HEREFORD & GARDEN VALLEY RAMSEY & WILDROSE RAMSEY & CALLE DE LA ROSA RAMSEY & CALLE LIMA MOSON & NEVADA

AM BUENA RT B1 5:45 5:53 5:57 6:00 6:02 6:02 6:08 6:08 6:08 6:09 6:09 6:10 6:10 6:13 6:16 6:17 6:20 6:55

LEAVE BUS BARN CORONADO MEMORIAL & DESPERADO CORONADO MEMORIAL & LOS AMIGOS HWY 92 & KINGS RANCH KINGS RANCH & CUERVOS VIEJOS KINGS RANCH & SACRED PATH DELIVERANCE & ELLIS DELIVERANCE & OLIVE DELIVERANCE & FAITH DELIVERANCE & CANA DELIVERANCE & JOY JOY & HONEYSUCKLE JOY & AXEHEAD HWY 92 & GUIDANCE HWY 92 & CANA HWY 92 & SMITH HWY 92 & BRIGHT SPOT BUENA HIGH SCHOOL

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AM BUENA RT B2 5:45 5:50 5:52 5:57 5:58 6:02 6:03 6:06 6:08 6:13 6:17 6:18 6:25 6:27 6:29 6:30 6:31 6:32 6:33 6:34 6:35 6:55

LEAVE BUS BARN 3 CANYONS & AIRSTRIP 3 CANYONS & RIO SANTIAGO 3 CANYONS & CALLE CIELO GRANDE 3 CANYONS & SIESTA WAY 3 CANYONS & PALISADES 3 CANYONS & FAIRFIELD 9520 S. HWY 92 ANDALUSIAN & LIPPIZAN VISTA GRANDE & VATO 7685 SILVERSTONE MARBLE & MALAPAI RAMSEY & WILD ROSE RAMSEY & MOUNTAIN SIDE RAMSEY & WHITE OAK RAMSEY & CALLE DE LEON RAMSEY & CALLE LIMA RAMSEY & BURRO RAMSEY & KINO RAMSEY & ARABIAN RAMSEY & LIZARD TRAIL BUENA HIGH SCHOOL

AM BUENA RT B3 5:40 5:53 5:54 5:55 5:59 6:01 6:02

LEAVE BUS BARN NEVADA & LA DONNA NEVADA & NATOMA NEVADA & RANCH RAMSEY & LADONNA RAMSEY & RANCH 8490 E. RAMSEY RD

6:03 6:05 6:05 6:06 6:12 6:13 6:17 6:18 6:21 6:23 6:24 6:30 6:50

RAMSEY & NUCCI RAMSEY & ARMIJO WAY RAMSEY & ALAMO RAMSEY & GUADALUPE BARATARIA & CALVARY BARATARIA & CAMINO GARCIA BARATARIA & MESCALERO BARATARIA & RANCH CANADA & RANCH CANADA & NATOMA CANADA & LA DONNA CANADA & KINO BUENA HIGH SCHOOL

AM BUENA RT B4 6:05 6:06 6:07 6:08 6:09 6:10 6:11 6:13 6:14 6:15 6:17 6:20 6:21 6:25 6:27 6:28 6:29 6:29 6:30 6:31 6:31 6:32 6:32 6:33 6:33 6:34 6:35 6:50

LEAVE BUS BARN 10330 PALOMINAS RD PALOMINAS & RANCHOS PEQUENOS PALOMINAS & O’NEIL PALOMINAS & AVENIDA JICARILLA PALOMINAS & TERRA BELLA PALOMINAS & RUNNING COYOTE HEREFORD & LONGHORN HEREFORD & LAND GRANT HEREFORD & DESERT PUEBLO RIDLING & CHIPPEWA PINTEK & CHIPPEWA HEREFORD & RANCH HEREFORD & NATOMA MOSON & CHIPPEWA MOSON & MOSSYOAK MOSON & HANSFORD MOSON & MADERA MOSON & THUMA 4903 S. MOSON RD 4721 S. MOSON RD MOSON & FORD RULES 4322 S. MOSON RD MOSON & ALHAMBRA MOSON & CONNOR MOSON & SUNRISE MOSON & THOMPSON BUENA HIGH SCHOOL

AM BUENA RT B5 6:00 6:07 6:12 6:13 6:14 6:14 6:15 6:15 6:17 6:18 6:20 6:20 6:22 6:24 6:26 6:27 6:34 6:35 6:55

LEAVE BUS BARN HWY 92 & KINJOCKITY HWY 92 & LA PALOMA HEREFORD & HALL SUNNYVALE & BRICKEY SUNNYVALE & LINDA VISTA CIRCLE S & LINDA VISTA CIRCLE S & BRICKEY Y-LIGHTNING & SANDY Y-LIGHTNING & CALLE DE LA ALMENDRA JAXEL & CALLE DE LA FRESA CALLE DE LA MANGO & CALLE DE LA FRESA CALLE DE LA FRESA & CALLE DE LA NARANJA 6462 CALLE DE LA CEREZA CALLE DE LA MENTA & CALLE DE LA PALMERA CALLE DE LA MENTA & CALLE DE LA MANZANA HEREFORD & RAINBOW VISTA HEREFORD & JANICE BUENA HIGH SCHOOL

PM BUENA RT 1 2:57 3:08 3:09 3:10 3:11 3:12 3:13 3:15 3:17 3:21

BUENA HIGH SCHOOL MOSON & CHIEF JOSEPH MOSON & THOMPSON 2773 S MOSON RD MOSON & SUNRISE MOSON & CONNOR MOSON & ALHAMBRA 4322 S MOSON RD CANADA & KINO CANADA & LADONNA

3:22 3:23 3:24 3:26 3:27 3:28 3:29 3:29 3:30 3:32 3:33 3:34 3:37 3:39 3:43 3:44 3:46 3:48 3:49 3:50 3:51 3:52 3:53 3:53 3:54 3:54 3:55 3:57 3:58 4:00 4:01 4:04 4:07 4:08 4:10 4:15 4:16 4:17 4:18 4:19

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CANADA & NATOMA CANADA & RANCH MOSON & FORD RULE BARATARIA & RANCH BARATARIA & MESCALERO MOSON & BARATARIA 4903 S MOSON RD MOSON & THUMA CORONADO SCHOOL MOSON & MADERA MOSON & HANSFORD MOSON & MOSSYOAK NEVADA & NATOMA NEVADA & RANCH MOSON & CHIPPEWA HEREFORD & NATOMA HEREFORD & RANCH HEREFORD & NUCCI HEREFORD & RIDLING HEREFORD & DESERT PUEBLO HEREFORD & LAND GRANT HEREFORD & LONGHORN PALOMINAS & AUTUMN PALOMINAS & RUNNING COYOTE PALOMINAS & BLUE SKY VISTA PALOMINAS & TERRA BELLA PALOMINAS & AVENIDA JICARILLA 3 CANYONS & AIRSTRIP 3 CANYONS & RIO SANTIAGO 3 CANYONS & CALLE CIELO GRANDE 3 CANYONS & SIESTA PALOMINAS & O’NEIL PALOMINAS & CHACO 10330 PALOMINAS RD BRIGHT SPOT HWY 92 & CANA HWY 92 & GUIDANCE HWY 92 & DELIVERANCE HWY 92 & DOVE SONG LN HWY 92 & SMITH

PM BUENA RT B2 2:57 3:15 3:16 3:17 3:20 3:21 3:22 3:22 3:23 3:24 3:24 3:24 3:25 3:25 3:26 3:26 3:27 3:27 3:28 3:40 3:42 3:43 3:44 3:45 3:48 3:49 3:49 3:50 3:52 3:53 3:54

BUENA HIGH SCHOOL RAMSEY & WILD ROSE RAMSEY & MESQUITE TREE RAMSEY & CAMINO DEL AMOR RAMSEY & MOUNTAIN SIDE RAMSEY & WHITE OAK RAMSEY & CALLE DE LEON RAMSEY & CALLE LIMA RAMSEY & KINO RAMSEY & ARABIAN RAMSEY & LIZARD RAMSEY & LADONNA RAMSEY & GUADALUPE RAMSEY & MESCALERO RAMSEY & RANCH 8490 E. RAMSEY RAMSEY & NUCCI RAMSEY & ARMIJO WAY RAMSEY & ALAMO Y- LIGHTNING & CALLE ALMENDRA 6622 JAXEL FRESA & NARANJA 6462 CALLE DE LA CEREZA CALLE MANZANA & CALLE LA MENTA HEREFORD & CIRCLE S/GARDEN VALLEY HEREFORD & RAINBOW VISTA HEREFORD & SUNNYVALE HEREFORD & THORNEYDALE 7685 SILVERSTONE MARBLE & MALAPAI MARBLE & CRYSTAL

3:55 3:57 4:00 4:00 4:05 4:06 4:09 4:10 4:13 4:14 4:17 4:21 4:24 4:25 4:35

5030 MILLER CANYON HWY 92 & LA PALOMA VISTA GRANDE & VATO VISTA GRANDE & HIGH 3 CANYONS & PALISADES 3 CANYONS & FAIRFIELD 9520 S. HWY 92 ANDALUSIAN & LIPPIZAN HWY 92 & STONE RIDGE HWY 92 & KINJOCKITY CORONADO MEM. & DESPERADO KINGS RANCH & HWY 92 KINGS RANCH & CUERVOS VIEJOS KINGS RANCH & SACRED PATH PALOMINAS SCHOOL

AM CORONADO RT C-1 7:22 7:23 7:24 7:25 7:27 7:31 7:36 7:37 7:38 7:40 7:43 7:45 7:46 7:48 7:50 7:51 7:57 8:20

3111 S MOSON RD 2741 S. MOSON RD MOSON & THOMPSON MOSON & SIERRA BONITA MOSON & CHIEF JOSEPH VALLEY & ARABIAN 4322 S MOSON RD CANADA & CAVALRY CANADA & ARABIAN CANADA & KINO CANADA & PARADISE SOUTH CANADA & LA DONNA CANADA & NATOMA CANADA & RANCH BARATARIA & RANCH BARATARIA & MESCALERO CORONADO SCHOOL PALOMINAS SCHOOL

AM CORONADO RT C-2 7:35 7:38 7:38 7:40 7:41 7:41 7:42 7:43 7:44 7:45 7:46 7:46 7:48 7:55

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DELIVERANCE & JOY 9252 S KINGS RANCH RD HWY 92 & ANDALUSIAN 3 CANYONS & PALISADES VISTA GRANDE & HIGH HWY 92 & LA PALOMA 4970 MILLER CANYON HWY 92 & SHIRLEY HEREFORD & HALL HEREFORD & JANICE SUNNYVALE & BRICKEY SUNNYVALE & LINDA VISTA CIRCLE S & LINDA VISTA CIRCLE S & BRICKEY HEREFORD & RAINBOW VISTA EDWARD V & ABRANA 6356 CALLE DE LA MENTA CALLE MENTA & NARCISCO CALLE MENTA & La PALMERA 6464 CALLE CEREZA


FRESA & GARDEN VALLEY CALLE DE LA FRESA & JAXEL Y-LIGHTNING & SOOTY 6115 SIMBA 6300 SIMBA 6100 MOMBASA 6152 MOMBASA 6200 MOMBASA Y-LIGHTNING & SOOTY 7030 Y-LIGHTNING CORONADO SCHOOL

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LEAVE BUS BARN HWY 92 & BRITE SPOT HWY 92 & BAILANDO PALOMINAS & CHACO 3 CANYONS & AIRSTRIP PALOMINAS & AVENIDA JICARILLA PALOMINAS & TIERRA DEL SOL PALOMINAS & TERRA BELLA PALOMINAS & RUNNING COYOTE TRAIL HEREFORD & LAND GRANT RIDLING & CHIPPEWA PINTEK & CHIPPEWA 8925 E HEREFORD RD 8185 E HEREFORD RD NEVADA & RANCH 8113 E NEVADA DR. MOSON & DAKOTA MOSON & MOSSYOAK MEADOWS RAMSEY & LA DONNA 7876 RAMSEY RD RAMSEY & MESCALERO RAMSEY & RANCH RAMSEY & CHARRO RAMSEY & NUCCI RAMSEY & ARMIJO RAMSEY & ALAMO 5541 RAMSEY MOSON & HANSFORD MOSON & MADERA CORONADO SCHOOL

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CORONADO SCHOOL BARATARIA & NEAL BARATARIA & NATOMA BARATARIA & RANCH CANADA & RANCH CANADA & NATOMA CANADA & LA DONNA CANADA & CAVALRY CANADA & ARABIAN CANADA & KINO CANADA & PARADISE SOUTH 4322 MOSON RD VALLEY & ARABIAN 3111 MOSON RD MOSON & GARDEN CREEK 2741 S. MOSON MOSON & THOMPSON MOSON & CHIEF JOSEPH MOSON & BRUMBY MOSON & SIERRA BONITA

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CORONADO SCHOOL RAMSEY & CALVARY SARACINO & DE LEANNE RAMSEY & MESQUITE TREE RAMSEY & MOUNTAINSIDE RAMSEY & BLUM RAMSEY & WHITEOAK RAMSEY & CALLE SEDILLOS RAMSEY & CALLE LIMA RAMSEY & BURRO RAMSEY & KINO RAMSEY & LIZARD TRAIL MOSON & MOSSYOAK MOSON & DAKOTA MOSON & NEVADA HEREFORD & LANDGRANT PALOMINAS & RUNNING COYOTE TRAIL PALOMINAS & TERRA BELLA PALOMINAS & TIERRA DEL SOL PALOMINAS & JICARILLA PALOMINAS & CHACO HWY 92 & BRITE SPOT

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CORONADO SCHOOL 7030 Y-LIGHTNING Y-LIGHTNING & SOOTY 6115 SIMBA 6300 SIMBA MOMBASA MOMBASA MOMBASA JAXEL & MANZANA CALLE FRESA & JAXEL CALLE FRESA & CALLE MANGO CALLE FRESA & GARDEN VALLEY CALLE MENTA & NARCISCO CALLE MENTA & CALLE PALMERA 6464 CALLE DE LA CEREZA EDWARD & ABRANA SUNNYVALE & BRICKEY SUNNYVALE & LINDA VISTA CIRCLE S & LINDA VISTA HEREFORD & RAINBOW VISTA HEREFORD & JANICE HEREFORD & HALL 4970 MILLER CANYON HWY 92 & LA PALOMA VISTA GRANDE & HIGH 3 CANYONS & PALISADES HWY 92 & TURKEY TRACK

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HEREFORD & LOS FLORES 8185 E HEREFORD RD 8925 E HEREFORD RD PINTEK & CHIPPEWA RIDLING & CHIPPEWA HEREFORD & LANDGRANT 3 CANYONS & AIRSTRIP DELIVERANCE & FAITH DELIVERANCE & JOY PALOMINAS SCHOOL

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LEAVE BUS BARN PINON & SPRUCE (1ST ONE) SARACINO & DE LEANNE RAMSEY & WILD ROSE RAMSEY & MOUNTAIN SIDE RAMSEY & BLUM RAMSEY & CALLE LIMA RAMSEY & BURRO RAMSEY & KINO RAMSEY & ARABIAN 5724 S MOSON RD 5777 S MOSON RD MOSON & MOSSYOAK NEVADA & RANCH NEVADA & NATOMA MOSON & LARKSPUR MOSON & LARSON PALOMINAS SCHOOL

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HEREFORD & GARDEN VALLEY EDWARD V & ABRANA CALLE MENTA & NARCISCO CALLE MENTA & PALMERA FRESA & NARANJA FRESA & JAXEL 6622 S JAXEL ALMENDRA & SIMBA KWAME & MOMBASA 6978 S. JAXEL HWY 92 & OAK HAVEN HWY 92 & OAK GROVE STONERIDGE & PRINCE PLACER HWY 92 & KINJOCKITY PALOMINAS SCHOOL

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DEPART BUS BARN 10616 SMITH AVE HWY 92 & CANA HWY 92 & GUIDANCE KINGS RANCH & LANE RANCH KINGS RANCH & CUERVOS VIEJOS KINGS RANCH & SACRED PATH BLOOMFIELD & KEYSTONE KINGS RANCH & BLOOMFIELD PALOMINAS SCHOOL

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MOSON & SIERRA BONITA MOSON & BRUMBY MOSON & CHIEF JOSEPH CANADA & KINO 7765 CANADA DR CANADA & RANCH BARATARIA & RANCH HEREFORD & LAS FLORES HEREFORD & RANCH 7123 RIDLING RIDLING & ROCKIN W RANCH RIDLING & CHIPPEWA 6814 RIDLING DR

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3 CANYONS & FAIRFIELD CIR 3 CANYONS & DEER RIDGE TRL 3 CANYONS & CALLE CIELO GRANDE 3 CANYONS & MELLAK 3 CANYONS & CALLE MIA 3 CANYONS & RIO SANTIAGO 3 CANYONS & COYOTE SONG PALOMINAS & TERRA BELLA PALOMINAS & AUTUMN PALOMINAS & BLUE SKY PALOMINAS & JICARILLA PALOMINAS & VISTA MONTANAS PALOMINAS & O’NEIL RD PALOMINAS & MARIPOSA LN 9981 PALOMINAS RD PALOMINAS & CHACO LN BRITE SPOT PALOMINAS SCHOOL

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WARREN BALLPARK SAFEWAY PARKING LOT HWY 92 & M 347 HWY 92 & FOUDY ROAD HEREFORD & DESERT STREAMS HEREFORD & HIGHLAND HWY 92 & FOX HOLLOW DELIVERANCE & ELLIS DELIVERANCE & OLIVE DELIVERANCE & FAITH DELIVERANCE & CANA JOY & SANDSTONE JOY & AXEHEAD HEALING & FAITH HEALING & OLIVE PALOMINAS SCHOOL

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RAMSEY & MOUNTAIN SIDE RAMSEY & BLUM RAMSEY & CALLE LIMA RAMSEY & BURRO RAMSEY & KINO RAMSEY & ARABIAN RAMSEY & GUADALUPE RAMSEY & MESCALERO RAMSEY & RANCH RAMSEY & NUCCI RAMSEY & ARMIJO RAMSEY & ALAMO 5724 MOSON RD MOSON & MOSSYOAK NEVADA & NATOMA NEVADA & RANCH

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PALOMINAS SCHOOL DELIVERANCE & OLIVE HEALING WAY & OLIVE ANDALUSIAN WAY & BRYERLY DR 9545 SWISS COURT HWY 92 & VALLEY VISTA HWY 92 & LA PALOMA HWY 92 & SHIRLEY PINON & SPRUCE (1ST ONE) SARACINO & DE LEANNE 7685 SILVERSTONE MARBLE & MALAPAI 5170 MILLER CANYON VISTA GRANDE & HIGH VISTA GRANDE & VATO HWY 92 & OAK HAVEN HWY 92 & OAK GROVE

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HEALING WAY & FAITH KINGS RANCH & SUNWING KINGS RANCH & CUERVOS VIEJOS KINGS RANCH & SACRED PATH BLOOMFIELD & KEYSTONE KINGS RANCH & BLOOMFIELD HWY 92 & KINJOCITY STONERIDGE & PRINCE PLACER CORONADO & DESPERADO CORONADO & MONTEZUMA KINGS RANCH & LANE RANCH 10616 SMITH AVE

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PALOMINAS SCHOOL 8629 PALOMINAS RD PALOMINAS & VISTA MONTANAS PALOMINAS & JICARILLA PALOMINAS & TERRA BELLA PALOMINAS & BLUE SKY PALOMINAS & AUTUMN HEREFORD & LANDGRANT HEREFORD & HARGIS RANCH 7123 RIDLING RIDLING & CHIPPEWA 6814 S RIDLING PINTEK & CHIPPEWA HEREFORD & RANCH HEREFORD & LAS FLORES MOSON & LARSON MOSON & LARKSPUR 5777 S MOSON RD MOSON & THUMA CORONADO SCHOOL (AFTERCARE) BARATARIA & RANCH CANADA & RANCH 7765 CANADA DR CANADA & KINO MOSON & SIERRA BONITA MOSON & CHIEF JOSEPH 3825 KENDALL DR

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PM PALOMINAS RT P5 PALOMINAS SCHOOL PALOMINAS & CHACO 9981 PALOMINAS RD PALOMINAS & MARIPOSA PALOMINAS & RANCHO PEQUENOS PALOMINAS & O’NEIL 3 CANYONS & COYOTE SONG 3 CANYONS & RIO SANTIAGO 3 CANYONS & CALLE MIA 3 CANYONS & MELLAK 3 CANYONS & CALLE CIELO GRANDE 3 CANYONS & DEER RIDGE TRL 3 CANYONS & FAIRFIELD HEREFORD & HALL HEREFORD & JANICE SUNNYVALE & BRICKEY SUNNYVALE & LINDA VISTA CIRCLE S & LINDA VISTA CIRCLE S & BRICKEY HEREFORD & GARDEN VALLEY HEREFORD & RAINBOW VISTA EDWARD V & ABRANA CALLE MENTA & CALLE PALMERA CALLE FRESA & NARANJA 6978 S. JAXEL CALLE De La FRESA & JAXEL 6622 JAXEL RD ALMENDRA & SIMBA KWAME & MOMBASA 6505 S KWAME DR Y-LIGHTNING & SANDY

PM PALOMINAS RT P6 PALOMINAS SCHOOL HWY 92 & PALOMA TRAIL HWY 92 & FOX HOLLOW HEREFORD & DESERT STREAMS HEREFORD & HIGHLAND HWY 92 & FOUDY ROAD M 347 (RIO VISTA RD) ALCO (SAFEWAY PARKING LOT) WARREN BALL PARK

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hen the lazy days of summer give way to the prospect of a new school year, a variety of

feelings arise. Parents may be relieved and anxious. A return to “normal” might be weighted with budget or safety concerns. Children, young and older, may experience similar feelings. Reuniting with friends might be tempered by achievement anxiety. Either way, the learning website Getting Smart offers tips on creating motivation and managing expectations for students of all ages.

The Importance of Education

Learning can be fun and a challenge, enlightening and tedious, purposeful and abstract. Younger children will be drawn to how learning experiences can open up new vistas for them in reading (fantasy and exploration), math (how things work) and science (understanding the world around them). Older students can be stimulated by a desire to pursue certain careers or to advance their chances at attending a particular college or university. Creating positive, realistic concepts can go far in developing motivation.

Strengths and Weaknesses

Some children find themselves immediately attracted to school; others will struggle to overcome comprehension and performance obstacles. In both situations, positive reinforcement through encouragement, pride and even rewards for achievements can go a long way toward creating a winning environment. If a child is struggling, offer help in the form of your

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own knowledge or providing tutoring. If they find classes too easy, investigate advanced options to challenge them. A sense of involvement, understanding and reassurance can both dismantle fear and prompt engagement.

Goals and Objectives

The prospect of learning something new and sharing that experience can be motivation enough for new students. Older students may lose track about their motivations despite their achievements. Creating and maintaining clear and realistic objectives can help create a route to success. Younger students should be taught the value of building upon small goals — advancing from simple to more complex math problems, how finishing an easy book sparks interest in more difficult reading. Older students might be stressed by their

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Socializing and Activities

Learning isn’t all book knowledge. School is also the beginning of a social education. Meeting new people, developing friendships with other students and relationships with teachers, and sharing interests and dreams can be a powerful catalyst as children work their way through their school years and lives. Both achievements and difficulties in and out of school can be made easier with peer support and encouragement. Likewise, extracurricular activities in sports or clubs serve to engage students with both a sense of mutual interest and a release from the pressures of academics.

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