The New York Times selected Sam Zazueta, a 2019 City High graduate, as a winner of the student podcast competition. Sam made her podcast “My Incarcerated Family” in Sarah Bromer’s Radio Production class at City High. Read more about Sam, listen her story, and subscribe to City High Radio by visiting the City High website.
Posts By: Chad Blair
We are all very excited to start this school year. The returning students are already providing a lot of leadership and support to our new students, and our new students are already adding their perspectives and insights. Every year is a different group of students, and every year has a slightly different personality. This year… Read more »
Hello families and community partners. PFFSU is off to a great start this year. So far we’ve engineered and built spaghetti towers, gotten to know our advisories, started Spanish classes, begun discussing social justice and student activism, celebrated the life of Toni Morrison, and kicked off our project-based learning in our core classes with essential… Read more »
If you haven’t seen it yet, the PFFS 2019-2020 is posted on the website here. A few important dates include: Tuesday, Aug. 6th = Students’ first day back at school. Oct. 7-11 = Fall Break. Nov. 28-29 = Thanksgiving Break. Dec. 20 – Jan 3 = Winter Break. March 16-20 = Spring Break. May 22… Read more »
Please save the date for the upcoming Diverse Voices in Prevention’s Spring Conference, “Prevention, Intervention, & Intersectionality” We have now confirmed a very exciting lineup including: Blessing by Austin G. Nunez (Chairman of the San Xavier District of the Tohono O’odham Nation) MC Hector Youtsey (Pascua Yaqui Tribe KPYT-LPFM Radio)Keynotes by Maximillian Boykin (Black AIDS Institute) and Dr. Beth Meyerson (Indiana University School… Read more »
The amazing City High School Drama Department is hitting the stage once again to bring you their original adaptation of the cartoon classic Scooby Doo. Showtimes are Friday at 7pm, Saturday at 2pm, and Saturday at 7pm. All shows take place in the Commons Theater at 37 E. Pennington. This production is family friendly and… Read more »
The Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation is hosting a discussion for adults to learn about youth substance misuse in our community, the factors which contribute to it, and what adults can do to help prevent it. The event is on May 17th from 10:00 – 11:30 am at 375 S. Euclid Ave. A second discussion has… Read more »
All eighth-grade students will be presenting their Gateway on Wednesday, May 1st. The Gateway will feature each eighth-grader’s portfolio of written essays centered around the Habits of Heart and Mind. Each Gateway will last about an hour. Students will read a general reflection essay, speak about their experience at Paulo, and present their completed website… Read more »
There is no school for students this Friday, April 19th. This is a grading/planning day for the staff. We wish all of our students a wonderful three-day weekend.
Sunrise Tucson Hub, part of the national movement that inspired the Green New Deal, is hosting a Town Hall on April 24 at 6:30 pm at the Pima County Housing Center at 801 W. Congress. The mission of the Sunrise Movement is to fight the climate crisis and the corrupting influence of fossil fuel companies… Read more »