kyrene school district

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  If you were not, your browser does not support Java Redirection Code.To go to the new site now click on the link below: http://www.kyrene.Our web site has moved.  You should have been automatically forwarded to the new location.  If you were not, your browser does not support Java Redirection Code.To go to the new site now click on the link below: http://www.kyrene.Kyrene School District is a K-8 school district that serves parts of Tempe, Chandler, Guadalupe, and Phoenix, Arizona, as well as portions of the Gila River Indian Community within Maricopa County.It has nineteen elementary schools and six middle schools.The district office, the Ben Furlong Education Center, is located at the intersection of Warner Rd.and Kyrene Rd.in Tempe.The district is overseen by Superintendent David Schauer.In 1888, the Kyrene School District was founded at the request of nine families who wanted a school district for 17 children.The original boundary area was far smaller than currently; though the north boundary is unchanged, the Kyrene district confirmed its east boundary at Price Road and has since extended west from its 56th Street/Priest Drive boundary and south from Pecos Road to include much of the Gila River Indian Community.The district built a small school that was destroyed in a windstorm; until 1920, the Kyrene School site was at McClintock and Warner roads, two miles due east of the Furlong Center (a 1990 build).Many teachers who received their educational certificates from Arizona State University, originally called Tempe Normal School, taught in one of the two-schoolroom buildings.Kyrene approached the early 1970s with 600 students in the entire district, mostly Hispanic students from a small area named "Sende Vista", just south of Guadalupe, an area of South Phoenix called "Highland Terrace", and the Hightown neighborhood of Chandler.Five buses transported the districts to school.Resources in the '70s were concentrated on building classroom space for the district that would grow fourfold by 1980.

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kyrene school district

C.I.Waggoner elementary was added to, and the district completed Lomas and Norte elementary schools.

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