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Liberatory Education

Liberatory Education Changing the Way Students Learn About History    The word liberate means set someone free from a situation, especially imprisonment or slavery, in which their liberty is severely restricted. It can also mean releasing someone from a situation that limits freedom of thought or behavior.  Manager of Black…

Budget Shortfall 2022-23

Without new revenue from the state or an increase to our levy collection authority, we need to reduce our expenses.
A group of older elementary students work together in a classroom on robotic projects

Rising Star Students Break the Code

As her students file in, Elaine Dondoyano readies the classroom for some special guests. The Rising Star Art and Technology teacher has invited a group of students to come in and talk about computer coding and robotics. Her class of second graders are learning how to code.  The guests arrive…
A group of students sit on a school gym floor while a teacher stands in front of a white board giving a lesson.

Inclusive P.E. Class Teaches Empathy, Leadership, and Fun

The program was introduced by Adapted Physical Education Specialist Toni almost seven years ago and has expanded to several SPS schools.
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American Indian Resource Library

The American Indian Resource Library is full of resources that focus on Native American and Alaska Native perspectives.