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2020 Grab & Go Program Update

2020 Grab and Go Program flyerAttention families, SUSD will continue to provide free meals to children who are 18 and younger after this week! Our meal service will continue to run Monday through Friday from 9:30–11:00 a.m. until the end of June. These meals will continue to be in the format of grab and go. Children do not need to be present to receive meals. We would like as many families as possible to participate. Proof of income is not required. We encourage all families with children to utilize this great program. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

The sites listed below will be open for this meal service:

  • Taylor Elementary
  • Highland Primary
  • Bus Routes - Appaloosa, Freeman Hollow, Hay Hollow, Bourdon Ranch Rd

Our 2020 District Retirees

There are 220 years of experience leaving Snowflake Unified School District. In 2020, 11 teachers and staff members retired. We are extremely thankful for all their hard work and the impact they have made on the lives of students and our school families. 

We will miss all of our retirees and wish them the very best with their future endeavors.

  • Russell Smith - Business and Spanish Teacher - 4 years
  • Michael Bennett - History Teacher - 6 years
  • Roxie Roes – Self-Contained Special Education Teacher - 7 years
  • Jill Lewis - Mental Health Counselor - 7 years
  • Karen Hargrove - Physical Education Teacher and Volleyball Coach - 13 years
  • CC Lagrange - Tech Director - 14 years
  • Art Hargrove - Physical Education and Assistant Football Coach- 15 years
  • Connie Worth - COTA - 34 years
  • Neil Westover – Science Teacher, Assistant Principal, Curriculum Director, and Varsity Football Coach - 38 years
  • Doris Davis - Kindergarten Teacher - 41 years
  • Jean Elsworth - First grade Teacher - 41 years
Native American Heritage Month

November is Native American Heritage month. To celebrate, Snowflake Intermediate and Taylor Intermediate held cultural events. Throughout the month they also held various Native American activities. It was a wonderful way to focus on the history of Native Americans and their achievements.

View more photos of Native American Heritage month
Field Trip to the Museum of Northern Arizona

Our Head Start and pre-k went on a field trip to the Museum of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff. We hope you enjoy the pictures of this fun-filled day of learning.

View more photos of Museum visit