Eleven schools now have A+ designation
Meetings scheduled at all Kyrene elementary schools
Board votes to enter contract negotiations
Accepting registration for Kindergarten and K-8 Open Enrollment
Learn how Kyrene supports student's social, emotional and intellectual needs
Parents have options for enrollment; changes may affect transportation
January 2016. The Equity Team from Norte will be one of the recipients of Tempe’s prestigious MLK Diversity Award.
January 21, 2016. Five other students advance to regional spelling bee
August 12, 2015. Community Education After Hours Program to receive funds to support exploration of robotics
August, 2015. Modifications have been completed at 18 school front offices.
Honored by Salt River Project for innovation in energy conservation
July 14, 2015. Launch their Verizon "Best in Nation" app, "Ecokick"
June 25, 2015. The proposed budget can be viewed on the Arizona Department of Education.
June 2015. Students to represent state at National History Day competition in June.
May 5, 2015. Congratulations to all who received the Tempe Diablos Excellence in Education Awards.
May 2015. Students from Kyrene Middle School and Aprende Middle School earned honors.
May 11, 2015. For who want to learn more about the grand challenge of providing access to clean water.
May 2015. Alex Lin represented Arizona in national competition.
May 2015. Join six other Kyrene A+ schools--Brisas, Esperanza, Cerritos, Monte Vista, Akimel A-al, and Altadena
May 2015. This year’s winners include Kyrene staff member, Paul Huerta, head custodian and a crossing guard at Colina.
March 2015. The Governor’s proposed budget impacts school districts negatively and is clearly a reduction in funding.
February 23, 2015. Tommy La Penna, a 7th grade student from Kyrene Middle School.
February 23, 2015. A 60-day public review for adoption of materials for middle school mathematics.
January 20, 2015