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    Five AESD Alumni, currently local high school students, have partnered with Arizona State University's QESST (Quantum Energy and Sustainable Solar Technologies) to bring future opportunities for engineering living laboratories to AESD schools.  
     
    - The QESST Solar Pavilions will be sustainable spaces that:
    • inspire underrepresented students in STEM to learn about solar energy, solar powered structures and career pathways in sustainability
    • act as innovative shade structures with features such as charging stations, electric billboards, water filling stations, art and more
    • showcase AESD success in leading students through real-world, authentic STEM project based learning
    • create focal points at our schools for our community to experience a sustainable space for educational, social or leisure purposes

     

    Arizona State University's QESST members

     

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  • Empatico Spark Empathy Badge

    We are a proud recipient of a Spark Empathy Grant! We are thrilled to announce we have received almost $50,000 in grant funding as a Spark Empathy Grant recipient! We’re excited to bring even more social-emotional learning opportunities to our students through Empatico!

     

    Empatico, incubated by The KIND Foundation, is a free tool for educators to connect their classrooms with others around the world. Educators do this through a combination of live video and activities designed to foster meaningful connections among students ages 6-11. Empatico provides all the tools educators need in one place: a partner classroom, activity plans, and built-in video, messaging, and scheduling tools. Empatico empowers educators and students to explore the world through experiences that spark curiosity, kindness, and empathy. Empatico is on a mission to connect 1 million children by 2020, and was named a Fast Company 2018 World Changing Idea and a top ed tech tool in 2019.

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  • Arizona Department of Education Preliminary School Letter Grades 

    The Arizona Department of Education has released preliminary performance labels in the form of letter grades for schools. For details on how these labels were calculated and to review Alhambra’s schools’ grades visit our “ School Letter Grades” page under the “Parents” tab above!

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