All Posts Tagged "avondale elementary"

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    A Robot, RBBB, and the Governor All Walk Into a School…

    When Principal Lori Goslar asked if Read Better Be Better would like to have a visit from Governor Ducey, I immediately said — AFFIRMATIVE. There’s nothing a robot likes more than a like-minded human, and Governor Ducey’s push to showcase successful educational interventions in Arizona right now is exciting. In fact, at the Read On […]

    October 24, 2016

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    Arizona Community Shows Overwhelming Support for RBBB at Cibo Event

    In just two short years, Read Better Be Better has accumulated a passionate community of supporters who believe strongly in the need to solve Arizona’s literacy crisis. This was overwhelmingly (and happily!) evident at RBBB’s latest event, a fundraising dinner sponsored by the Helios Education Foundation at Cibo Urban Pizzeria in downtown Phoenix. The dinner […]

    October 8, 2016

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    Thank you Valley of the Sun United Way and Red Nose Day USA!!

    Read Better Be Better received a grant to support Avondale Elementary School District #44 sites from Valley of the Sun United Way thanks to funding from Red Nose Day USA. Red Nose Day this year is May 26. Make sure to buy yours to support community organizations like ‪#‎RBBB‬! Thank you VSUW and Red Nose […]

    April 29, 2016

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    Congrats to our partners for their efforts during Literacy Month!

    Congratulations to our partners, Dawn Gerundo, Valley of the Sun United Way and Avondale Elementary School District #44 on their efforts during literacy month to help get 3rd graders reading at grade level! Read more about it on the West Valley View

    March 30, 2016

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    Happy Monday!

    80% of Reading Leaders at Avondale Elementary School District #44’s Michael Anderson School improved their reading scores after participating in ‪#‎RBBB‬! ‪#‎BeingBetter‬

    March 7, 2016

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    Sue Etchart Recognized in the AESD Art Walk of Hope

    RBBB Site Leader Sue Etchart has been recognized in the AESD Art Walk of Hope! The inscription on the photo says: “This is an ACE. She helps us be successful.” (Angelina Espiracueta from Lattie Coor School). An ACE is an adult in a child’s life who holds them to high expectations or provides opportunities for […]

    January 18, 2016

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