Sonoran Science holds 5th blood drive
A busload of Agua Caliente Elementary School students and some
teachers visited the new Emily Gray Junior High School, which is
under construction at 4201 N. Melpomene Way and will open in
Sixth-graders from Agua Caliente Elementary School tour the new Emily Gray Junior High School, which will open in the fall.
From left, 12-year-olds Christopher Altizer, Eailey Brock and Myles Miller (in blue) wait for an autograph from project superintendent Tim Shute of LLoyd Construction Co.
The cost of the new school, which is for grades seven and eight, will be approximately $8.8 million.
Eighth-graders Andrea Rodriguez, left, Celene Davey and Madelyn Garcia admire their fellow students' wire sculptures in the art room of Emily Gray Junior High School. Art teacher Cara Frost showcases art her students have worked on throughout the semester, which includes various media such a…
Cameron Carver, left, Eddie Brunton and Tyler Buckingham look at a presentation depicting damage from the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, part of Emily Gray Junior High School's Seventh Annual Academic Showcase.
Zofia Wielgosz, 2, checks out a model of Tombstone's O.K. Corral. Emily Gray's principal, Greg Miller, says the academic showcase, which covers a variety of disciplines, gives students the chance to "demonstrate their learning in a concrete fashion."