My name is Manuela Gilbride and I taught 3rd grade at Sahuarita Intermediate School and now I teach 3rd Grade at Wrightson Ridge School. This is my 12th year of teaching in Elementary Education. Thanks to the SEEF Grant I was able to have 15 more robots in my classroom. When I attended a
Hi, my name is Rebecca Oravec and I teach middle school art at Wrightson Ridge K-8 School in Sahuarita Unified School District! The 2019-2020 school year was the opening year for Wrightson's Middle School campus, and MY first year teaching middle school art as well! Starting a program from scratch is an amazing opportunity, but
Station (Center) materials for reading, math, science, and social studies A Project by Suqiong Fritz I am Suqiong Fritz. I teach 5th grade at Copper View Elementary School in Sahuarita Unified School District. This is my 13th year of teaching. My project was to use a variety of interactive and motivating materials in
User-Friendly Classroom A Project by Misty Grant Why did you choose to start this project with your students? Since moving to WRS and getting adjusted to my new space, I recognized the need for further organization and flexible seating to help the students be more successful and independent. What
Kindergarten Classroom Resources A Project by Carla Lorenzana Why did you choose to start this project with your students? I have been in this specific classroom since January 2019 and at this time, I found that I needed to have resources stored differently and in a way that students could
Chrome Books For Internet Access About Me My name is Tracy Brown and I am an art teacher at Sahuarita Middle school. I have been teaching art for 13 years and have been in the SUSD district for the past 6 years and love my students! Why I chose
Hands-on Learning A Project by Shannon Holz, WRS Why did you choose to start this project with your students? I chose to apply for this grant to benefit my students in the areas of fine-motor, problem-solving, spatial relations, hand-eye coordination, plus content areas including mathematics, ELA, and science. I wanted
Another Graduation has come and gone. We don’t say that lightly. Each Graduation is a huge achievement and accomplishment. We are proud of the Graduating Class of 2017. We were blessed to be a part of the team that has supported you to this point. Congrats Graduates and good luck in your future!