As part of the 10-day Flagstaff Festival of Science, adventurers of all ages are invited to explore alternative energy sources, the magic of bubbles, the formation of comets (and make one yourself!), the agility of robots, the nature of the mind, the chemistry of explosions, unbelievable physics phenomena and much more during NAU's Science & Engineering Day, Saturday September 20 from 1-4pm at the High Country Conference Center and surrounding buildings. In addition to participating in hands-on experiments, watch NAU professors and students put on amazing displays of science; go on tours through NAU’s laboratories equipped with cutting edge technology; and discover how NAU is shaping the future of STEM education during the open house of the Center for Science Teaching and Learning.
Before coming, be sure to pick up a passport or download one @ http://scifest.org/.
FREE parking will be available in the parking garage at High Country Conference Center.
Are you interested in the nutrition guidelines and student wellness?
The Wellness Policy Committee meets monthly to discuss FUSD’s Local Wellness Policy (LWP) to promote healthier environments, as established in support of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. The purpose of the committee is to discuss the LWP - to create goals for nutrition education, physical activity, and other school-based activities that promote student wellness, as well as nutrition guidelines to promote student health and reduce childhood obesity. The first Wellness Policy Committee meeting for this school year will be Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at 4:00pm at the FUSD Administrative Center. For further information please contact Leslie Nichols at 527-6094.
FUSD encourages all citizens of Coconino County to register to vote! It’s fast, it’s easy, and all you need to do is have your AZ drivers’ license and click this link: https://servicearizona.com/webapp/evoter/selectLanguage
Register and make a difference!