The West Valley school districts are in for a treat this fall semester. When students and faculty return to the classrooms after the summer break, they will find extra or upgraded rooms, new fencing, security systems, and more.
The Verrado High School in Buckeye, part of the Agua Fria District, will have a new weight room when students return to school in the fall. They also will have heightened security at the school and new fencing.
Other schools in the West Valley are also seeing a number of improvements and renovations, including new shade structures and solar panels.
Learn more in the Arizona Republic article.
The Buckeye and Verrado community are very committed to education. The Verrado schools (including the Verrado Elementary School, Verrado Middle School, and Verrado High School) all share national recognition and an A+ ranking. The student-centered environments focus on innovation, promoting rigor through a relevant curriculum and positive student/teacher relationships.