Educational Services


The Educational Services Department is dedicated to creating a vibrant classroom experience for all students through the coordination of professional development, curriculum, and technology. Flowing Wells has a long history of recognizing the importance of the skill of the classroom teacher in delivering a meaningful and engaging classroom lesson.

To provide teachers with the professional development support, a multi-year plan has been established that begins before school begins and continues throughout their career. Our curriculum is continually refined and evaluated in light of state assessments, 21st Century Learning skills, and the experiences our students and teachers bring to the classroom. Staff work to establish both long term and short term goals based upon the individual student instructional level. In addition, technology is used as a tool to be integrated throughout the learning experience. Technology does not stand alone, but is part of the overall curricular experience for our students.

The Educational Services Department is committed to utilizing teacher knowledge, student achievement data, and technology resources to create a classroom focusing on student success.


Public Notice of Curriculum Adoption

The following digital courseware and curriculum are under consideration for adoption by the Flowing Wells Governing Board. In accordance with Governing Board Policy IJJ, the courseware will be on public display at the Flowing Wells District Offices located at 1556 W. Prince Road, Tucson, Arizona, from June 3 - August 3, 2020. To review the courseware, please visit the Educational Services or Superintendent's office.

Edgenuity (Grades 6-12)
Odysseyware (Grades K-5)

Published by Edgenuity

Please submit comments to:
Dr. Kevin Stoltzfus
Associate Superintendent
1556 W. Prince Rd., Tucson, AZ   85705-3087
520-696-8805
kevin.stoltzfus@fwusd.org

The following high school chemistry curriculum is under consideration for adoption by the Flowing Wells Governing Board. In accordance with Governing Board Policy IJJ, the textbook will be on public display at the Flowing Wells Governing Board Room located at 1556 W. Prince Road, Tucson, Arizona, from June 24 - August 24, 2020.

Chemistry in the Community
Author: American Chemical Society 
Publisher: American Chemical Society

Please submit comments to:
Dr. Kevin Stoltzfus
Associate Superintendent
1556 W. Prince Rd., Tucson, AZ   85705-3087
520-696-8805
kevin.stoltzfus@fwusd.org


Educational Services Staff


 

Dr. Kevin Stoltzfus, Associate Superintendent
520-696-8805

Paula Alden, Educational Services Administrative Assistant 
520-696-8805

Dr. Audrey Reff, Director of Federal Programs 
520-696-8804

Deborah Otero, Federal Programs Administrative Assistant
520-696-8804

Demetria Murray, District Math Specialist
520-696-8834

Jennifer De FilippisDistrict Reading Specialist
520-696-8804

         Fax: 520-690-2400


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