Tucson, Arizona 2021-08-05 09:46:10 –
Tucson, Arizona (KGUN) — Cindy James, a kindergarten teacher at Safford K-8 School, finished the classroom on Wednesday.
“Kindergarten is my favorite because I love to grow up at the end of the year. Kindergarten is also a very sweet and cute kid. I feel we can really connect, build bonds and have fun together.” Said James.
The main focus is learning, but James also wants the class to be a community.
“I think that’s what they need now. They need to be supported, loved, happy to be here, and feel safe to be here,” James said. ..
With safety in mind, the Tucson Unified School District announced them All students and staff must wear a mask.. The unanimous decision of the district board violates the law signed by Governor Doug Ducey, which prohibits schools from requesting masks.
“When we bring students back to campus, our main goals are to ensure that students are reassured, that families can reassure students that they are here, and that teachers and staff help us very much. We know that, and so are their needs, “said Dr. Catherine Doon, Principal of the Safford K-8 School.
According to Kuhn, 600-700 students are expected to attend the Safford K-8 School in the 2021-202 academic year, and enrollment is on the rise. Last month, 150 students applied.
“Safford has significantly increased the number of registrations. I think we have infused all the new programs that TUSD has offered and all the new curriculum that we can offer on campus,” Kuhn said.
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