Education

Robey Elementary students return for in-person classes in Litchfield Park

Posted 8/6/21

This week, elementary school students across the Valley returned to their classrooms, after a year of shutdowns and hybrid learning,  including many students at enrolled in the Litchfield …

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Education

Robey Elementary students return for in-person classes in Litchfield Park

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This week, elementary school students across the Valley returned to classrooms after a year of shutdowns and hybrid learning,  including many students at enrolled in the Litchfield Elementary School District.

LESD has 17 schools, including Barbara B. Robey Elementary School in Litchfield Park, named for a 20-year board member of the Litchfield Elementary School District, president of the Arizona School Boards Association and lifelong champion for education.

The school enrolls students kindergarten through fifth grade, and its motto is "Good Things," a phrase Robey often used.

Madeline Ackley can be reached at mackley@iniusa.org or found on Twitter @Mkayackley.

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