EDUCATION

Kellis named honorary commander by Luke Air Force Base

Posted 4/23/22

Dysart Unified School District Superintendent Quinn Kellis was recently appointed as a member of the Honorary Commander Program, which recognizes outstanding leaders and is designed to help foster …

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EDUCATION

Kellis named honorary commander by Luke Air Force Base

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Dysart Unified School District Superintendent Quinn Kellis was recently appointed as a member of the Honorary Commander Program, which recognizes outstanding leaders and is designed to help foster understanding and support between the Luke Air Force Base Arizona-56th Fighter Wing and the community.

As part of that honor Kellis had the opportunity to take a ride in an F-16 earlier this month.

In addition to participating in a once-in-a-lifetime experience, Kellis got to learn first hand how military pilots train to ensure combat readiness.

 Dysart Unified School District serves nearly 24,000 pre-kindergarten through 12th grade students in the Northwest Phoenix Metropolitan area. 

This includes Luke Elementary School, just outside the base in Glendale.

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