Skip to content

Video Highlights

Welcome to the Chandler Unified School District
Welcome to the Chandler Unified School District
CUSD Annual Report 2015
CUSD Annual Report 2015
CUSD Choices
CUSD Choices
Journey 2020:
Academic Excellence
Journey 2020:<br />Academic Excellence
Journey 2020:
Outstanding Staff
Journey 2020:<br />Outstanding Staff
Journey 2020:
Effective Management
Journey 2020:<br />Effective Management
Journey 2020:
Culture of Success
Journey 2020:<br />Culture of Success
Next

Announcements

  •  
    The Governing Board recognized staff, students, volunteers and state or national champions Thursday at the District Night of Recognition at the Chandler Center for the Arts. Click here to view the program and see the list of winners.
     
     
    Comments (-1)
  • CUSD excelled at the Arizona Science and Engineering Fair (AzSEF) 72 students earned 106 awards.
     
    Also, notably Hamilton High School was named the Outstanding Senior High Division School of the Year for the second year in a row. Furthermore, eight CUSD high school students qualified for the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in May. The Arizona Science and Engineering Fair is able to send 15 projects on to ISEF. This year, nine of the 15 projects advancing to ISEF are from CUSD. ISEF is the premier global science competition with approximately 1,600 high school students from 70 countries showcasing their talent.
     
    The projects advancing to ISEF are listed below.
    • Kaitlyn Loop and McKenna Loop, Arizona College Preparatory – Erie, “The Effect of the Type of Harvesting Method on the Amount of Algal Mass Recovered for Economically Feasible Biofuel Production”
    • Farah Eltohamy, Arizona College Preparatory – Erie, “Nanotech Fungi”
    • Hal Carrigan, Basha High School, “Can Bacteria Effectively Reduce the Toxicity of Mine Drainage”
    • Samantha Bouchal, Basha High School, “Can Caspase 3 Inhibitors Improve Cornea Storage for Transplant?”
    • Mani Kandan, Hamilton High School, “A Novel Solution for the Visually Impaired Utilizing Computer Vision and Vibrohaptics”
    • Shona Das and Lisa Zou, Hamilton High School, “The Effect of Silicon and Boron on Arsenite Uptake by Maize” 
    • Aryasp Nejat, Hamilton High School, “Developing an Effective Phage Therapy for Treatment of Staphylococcus aureas: The Effect of Bacteriophage K Solutions on Methicillin-resistant s-aureas bacteria (MRSA)”
    • Rebecca Jernigan, Hamilton High School, “The Innovative use of Proteolytic Enzymes as a Specific Targeting Antiviral”
    • Rikita Bharati, Hamilton High School, “Observations of Phytosterol: A Novel Method of Cancer Treatment Using Plant Based Steroid Compounds”

     
     
    Comments (-1)
  • Si Se Puede honored seven educators from CUSD at the 15th annual Cesar Chavez recognition and awards dinner Saturday at the Wild Horse Pass Hotel and Casino. Here are the CUSD recipients of this year’s awards: Anne Bender, Chandler High school counselor; Lisa Shore, Frye Elementary principal; Jennifer Duffy, Galveston Elementary teacher; Elizabeth Leon, Galveston Elementary parent liaison; Becky Henderson San Marcos Elementary principal; Debbie Limano, Willis Junior High teacher; David Evans, CUSD Governing Board Member.
    Comments (-1)
  • Marcus Behling with Trophy
    (Photo: Arizona Educational Foundation) 
     
    ACP-Erie Student Wins State Spelling Bee

    Marcus Behling, an eighth grader at ACP-Erie, will represent Arizona in the 88th annual Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C. May 24-29. Marcus won the state spelling bee on March 21, correctly spelling the word "frankincense” (which had been incorrectly spelled by the other finalist) and then correctly spelling “barometer" to take home the win.

    Marcus follows in his brother’s footsteps. Mitchell Behling won the state bee in 2011. Mitchell is currently a senior at Chandler High.
     
    Comments (-1)
  • Leticia Velarde Santan Elementary Teacher Wins Raffle 
     
    Leticia Velarde, priority preschool teacher at Santan Elementary, won the 2015 Chandler Education Foundation vehicle raffle. She had a choice between a 2015 Toyota vehicle ($27,000 MSRP) or $20,000 in cash, she chose the latter.

    Proceeds from the drawing help the Foundation fund school and classroom projects and scholarships for graduating seniors. A big thank you is in order to Big Two Toyota of Chandler and Toyota Financial Services for sponsoring the raffle.
     
     
    Comments (-1)
  • more