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$10,000 in school supplies and $1,000 worth of gift cards. The promotion runs through Sept. 14. Tax credits – Carlson is currently


welcoming tax-credit contributions to assist in the support of extracurricular activities and fieldtrips for the upcoming school year. Donations can be accepted online at www.mychandlerschools.org/ page/1131. Calendar July 10: Kindergarten Orientation,


4-5 p.m. July 19: Meet the Teacher, 4:30-6:30 p.m. July 23: First day of school —Lora Robinson


Thanks due – Thanks for another Hancock Heat


great year at Hancock, and thanks to Hancock families for participating in their children’s education this year and working with teachers. Partnerships between parents and the school are one of Hancock’s many keys to success. Hancock wishes much success to the students going to junior high next year, and a safe, fun-filled summer for everyone. Summer times – The school office


will remain open until Thu., June 14 and will re-open Mon., July 9. Summer office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays. —Suzanne Incorvaia


Summer times – The Hull front office will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays until June 15. The office will reopen July 9. —Kristen Boyd


Hull Heroes


BLANKET STATEMENT: Members of the Bogle Blanketeers dropped off over 30 blankets they made during 45-minute club meetings over three quarters. Susan Horan, director of the Chandler CARE Center, said the blankets will be given to sick children receiving health services at the center. Submitted photo


Kudos – Congrats to Bogle’s seventh- and eighth-grade girls’ softball teams and to the seventh- and eighth-grade boys’ volleyball teams. All four teams won the East Valley Conference Championship this season.


Thanks due – A big thanks from Bogle


teachers to the BJHS Parent Booster Club for all the Teacher Appreciation Week activities. Thanks also to the Studio Academy of Beauty in Chandler for their services helping students get ready for the eighth-grade semiformal dance. It was a great evening. Success stories – Bogle has been


fortunate to have many successes this year, thanks to students, staff and parents. Achievements this year include EVC athletic championships in eighth- grade boys’ soccer and seventh’ and eighth-grade boys’ baseball; over one billion words read schoolwide in 2011


HELPING OUT: Basha High AVID Club President Ashley Prosser accepts an award from the United Food Bank for the most canned food brought in from a high school in the Chandler Unified School District. Students in Basha High’s AVID (Advancement


Youth Bogle Junior High Bulldogs


through the Accelerated Reader program; a $10,000 ADE grant to fund Youth Frontiers Retreat for seventh-graders; Mathletes’ first-place award in the East Valley Conference competition; the Data Team featured in “Collaborative School Improvement”; over 300 students qualified for school honor roll each quarter, with 75 new inductees to NJHS; two CATS students qualified for National Grammar Bowl Finals; and awards for 2011 Arizona Education Foundation A+ School, 2012 Arizona Education Foundation Exemplary Program Award – Math 360 and 2012 Arizona Learns Excelling School. Tax credits – Bogle families and friends are encouraged to consider making a tax donation to Bogle. Forms can be found on the school and district websites. —Jennifer Sifuentes


Basha High Bears


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Via Individual Determination) program worked to organize the Basha High student body and gather almost 5,000 pounds of canned food for the United Food Bank and more than 4,000 water bottles for the Phoenix Rescue Mission. The food and water will be distributed throughout the year to hungry families in Phoenix and Mesa. Submitted photo


PHOTO FINISH: Basha High student artists, including junior Rachael Steward, are joining forces with the Memory Project to help disadvantaged youth and orphans around the world. The Memory Project program provides the children’s photos to art students around the country, who then create a formal portrait to be sent back to the child. Here Rachael show her watercolor portrait of a young orphan from the Dominican Republic. Submitted photo —Renee Clancy


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