Showing posts with label online university. Show all posts
Showing posts with label online university. Show all posts

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Full or cancelled class? No problem!

Image of a young woman walking through an illustrated virtual educational world.  Text: Rio's online classes are always open!  No Waits, No Worries.  Our online classes start Mondays!

With 600+ online classes and flexible Monday starts-- we can help you stay on track! Check out our online schedule: www.riosalado.edu/Schedule.

Many of our online courses transfer directly to our 40+ partners including Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University and The University of Arizona.

Friday, January 15, 2016

RSVP Now for Feb. 23, 2016 College Info Night!

Image of young people gathered around a table.  Text: Free College Info Night.  Learn what the Maricopa Community Colleges can do for you.  Date: Feb. 23, 2016.  Time: Info sessions at 6:30, 7 and 7:30 p.m.  Where: Communiversity at Surprise: 15950 N. Civic Center Plaza Surprise, AZ, 85374

Register now for Rio Salado's College Information Night at the Communiversity at Surprise, February 23, 2016! 

downloadable flier.  Header includes Images of students sitting around chatting. Text for event details in blog.This event is ideal for teens transitioning from high school and working adults who are interested in going back to school!

Representatives from Academic Advising, Admissions and Records, Financial Aid and other departments will be present to provide information about getting started, how to choose a major, how to secure funding... and how to succeed in college.

image of a Fry's employee at one of the stores, smiling at camera
Representatives from Fry's Food Stores will also be on hand for students interested in pursuing Rio Salado’s online Retail Management Certificate program. Fry’s is hiring and will pay for students to earn their certificate through Rio!

Let us know you're coming so we can arrange for your information kits and refreshments.  Submit your RSVP now online: www.riosalado.edu/collegenight.

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Rio Salado College Honors Teacher of the Year

Coach is the word that Jeremy Dittrich uses to describe his teaching career. His enthusiasm for physical education is inspiring and he shares that passion with his students. Dittrich taught P.E. at Centennial Middle School in the Kyrene School District and was recently honored as the 2010-11 Excellence in Education Teacher of the Year. The Excellence in Education program recognizes dedicated K-12 teachers throughout the Valley for their outstanding contribution to education. The program is sponsored by Rio Salado College and KEZ 99.9.

“Jeremy is a great teacher with very high expectations for all of his students,” said fellow teacher, Laurie Jake who nominated Dittrich for the recognition. “As a lifelong athlete himself, he makes learning fun, but more importantly he shares his great love of fitness with the students, which ignites their interest as well.”

Whether coaching in the classroom or on the sidelines, Dittrich looks for innovative and creative ways to engage his students. He has had students create ‘commercials’ for fitness gyms highlighting the benefits of exercise. He instituted a quarterly hiking field trip not only to help his students improve their fitness but also learn the value of lifelong physical activity. This program also added to the morale at the school as he enlisted other staff to volunteer for these activities. He has also coached basketball and wrestling, coached for Mountain Pointe High School football, served as an advisor and coordinator for Centennial’s Minitown event and serves as a youth leader in his church.

“Jeremy shows an unwavering commitment to improve the lives of young people,” said Jake. "He always has a kind word or comment to share with students and his fellow staff memebers."

Teachers are nominated by students, parents, colleagues and community members and are recognized monthly throughout the school year. The Teacher of the Year recipient is selected from those honored. Nominations for the 2011-12 school year will begin in August. To view a video montage of the 2010-11 Teachers of the Month visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hodnYektyrI&feature=youtu.be

2010 -11 Teachers of the Month
September
Peggy Shupp, Desert Garden Montessori School, Phoenix
OctoberAngela Scafaru, St. Matthew’s Elementary, Phoenix
NovemberCarole Cardenas, Career Success High School, Phoenix
DecemberCarolyn Cain, Harris Elementary, Gilbert
JanuaryJeremy Dittrich, Kyrene Centennial Middle School, Phoenix
FebruaryArlen Sykes, Kyrene de la Colina Elementary School, Ahwatukee
MarchTammy Wildening, Cochise Elementary, Scottsdale
AprilKatie Gerrich, McClintock High School, Tempe
MayJeremy Rose, Melvin E. Sine Elementary, Glendale