Toth Elementary School’s annual Sue Boles Memorial Award recently was presented to Brayden Perez. Toth Elementary staff nominate students based upon: creativity, integrity and kindness. Brayden was chosen because of these outstanding qualities. He received a scholarship award and his name has been engraved on a plaque in the Toth lobby.
[ Transcribed (caption) ] "Sue Felts, student library assistant at Redondo Union High School, studies Indian artifacts at a display in the school lobby. The rocks, including an ancient grinding stone, were found within two-and-a-half miles of the school by Dr. F. M. Palmer."
Toth Elementary School’s annual Sue Boles Memorial Award recently was presented to students Charlotte Keller and Avery Thompson for exhibiting the following qualities: Creativity—pursues their gifts with passion and willing to be an individual, Integrity—honest and trustworthy, and Kindness—to peers, animals and adults. They each received a scholarship award and their names are engraved on a plaque in the Toth Elementary School lobby.
A physician from the University of Arizona has taken the first steps towards conducting medical marijuana research at state-run schools. Sue Sisley, a specialist in internal medicine and psychiatry, has formed Americans for Scientific Freedom, an organization designed to lobby lawmakers in the hopes that she may finally receive approval to research the benefits of medical marijuana to help combat veterans cope with post-traumatic stress syndrome. She also is looking at changes to the law to…
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