TCUSD's cool summer school may become a hot spot

Photo by Byron Poocha/TCUSD

Photo by Byron Poocha/TCUSD

Just because it's summer vacation doesn't mean that learning or education has to stop. 

To fill that creative nurturing and educational challenge for its students, TCUSD offered summer school at all of its K-12 schools. 

At the Eagle's Nest Intermediate School (ENIS) summer program, there was a focus on both cultural enrichment and core subject areas for its summer programs.  

At right is Myrhea Sherman making traditional Hopi katuki (parched corn) with the generous guidance of local Hopi village cooking experts. 

Students also participated in a special science water collecting project with the assistance of NAU's Mansel Nelson, which included trips into NAU's Natatorium to learn about water safety in a pool. Fourth grade teacher Shirley Haswood was the primary coordinator of the summer programs at ENIS.

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