Why Would You Want To Do That?

Photo caption: Climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge on the boys 12th birthday. Pictured: Elaine Earle, Chandler, Bea Lueck (Editor-in-Chief for Prescott LIVING Magazine), Christian. by Elaine Earle, CEO, ROX Media Group and Publisher, Prescott LIVING Magazine Why would you want to do that? I get asked this all the time with regards to my choice … Read More…

Grapes 4 Grades

Grapes 4 Grades by Ray Newton Thousands of Prescott-area children have benefited every summer for 39 years by a partnership program between the Prescott Frontier Rotary Club and the Prescott Unified School District (PUSD). For the 14th year, the Grapes 4 Grades event let bidders enjoy finger food and wine tasting, followed by a raffle … Read More…

Educating Our Community Through Nature

by Kelly Tolbert, Recreation Services Coordinator, Prescott Parks and Recreation Our community is enriched beyond measure to have not one, but two locations for nature-based education in the area. These locations, the Community Nature Center (CNC) and the Highlands Center for Natural History (HCNH), offer many opportunities to learn about our local natural surroundings and … Read More…

Ignite – Connect – Elevate

by Krista Carman, President, PUSD Education Foundation President The Prescott Unified School District Education Foundation (PUSDEF) is the catalyst igniting the power of community; connecting generous hearts with the needs of our teachers and students; and elevating the long-term success of every child, every day.  Since 2015, the PUSD Education Foundation has successfully raised more … Read More…

Humboldt Unified

Best Kept Secret in Quad-City Area by Kelly Lee, Family and Community Engagement Coordinator, Humboldt Unified School District In Arizona, parents choose their neighborhood public school over 88% of the time. The Humboldt Unified School District (HUSD) is the largest school district in Yavapai County. Located in Prescott Valley, Arizona, HUSD provides a comprehensive, world-class … Read More…

The Case You Never Heard Of

by Michael S. Ellegood, PE, Board Member, Yavapai County Education Foundation The case was big.  A Prescott Police officer assigned as a school resource officer at Prescott High School was on trial, accused of using excessive force as he subdued and disarmed an undocumented, 16-year-old student suspected of carrying a firearm. As the story unfolded, … Read More…

PHS – Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

Growth opportunities for our youth within the local community is an extremely important component of the educational mantra and experience the Prescott Unified School District (PUSD) looks to provide its students. At the Prescott High School (PHS), one such opportunity lies in the co-curriculum, dual enrollment business management program which also features a robust and … Read More…