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Cadet Explorer Program - see flyer below

posted Feb 1, 2015, 1:11 PM by Lori Bomar   [ updated Jul 9, 2015, 9:16 AM ]

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posted Feb 1, 2015, 1:07 PM by Lori Bomar

Success Story

My name is Jesus "Chuey" Gonzalez, Jr. I am the son of Jesus & Anita Gonzalez and I'm a proud Yarnell Mustang alumnus! Once graduating from Yarnell I went to Wickenburg where I started Point Guard for Wickenburg High School. After starting PG on a semi-finalist team my senior year, I was privileged to be able to play college basketball. I went on to play at the University of Southwestern. It is now known to Arizonans as Arizona Christian University. After graduating from Wickenburg class of 2001, I went on to GCC and received my Associates Degree first and then transferred to Southwestern to complete my Bachelor’s Degree in Business and also played basketbalI. I played three years of basketball at Southwestern. After graduating college in 2006, I started my own landscaping company; Premier Maintenance & Landscapes, LLC. That same year, I was an Assistant Varsity Basketball Coach under Norris Vaughan at Wickenburg High School. In 2007, I was named boys Varsity High School Basketball Coach at WHS! I am now a proud father of two young boys, 2 year old Izaiah Carter Gonzalez & 2 month old Jace Benson Gonzalez. I am happily married to Tabitha Gonzalez, who is a RN at The Meadows. I am also still in charge of the boys’ basketball program at Wickenburg High School. This is my 7th season as Head Varsity Coach. We are currently competing to make the playoffs this year. I am currently Vice President of the Wranglers Athletic Boosters and a member of Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce. Lastly, I am very involved in running our Youth Basketball Programs in Wickenburg.

Respectfully;
Jesus H. Gonzalez Jr.


PTSO Information

posted Feb 27, 2014, 9:44 PM by hrudy@modelcreekschool.org   [ updated Feb 1, 2015, 1:20 PM by Lori Bomar ]

Santa Shop 2014 – Thank you to everyone who made this past Santa Shop a great success.  Because of the many donations of gifts for the children to purchase, the PTSO cleared over $250 in sales.  No items exceeded $5 with most less than $3 and many lower than $.50.  The children enjoyed shopping and selecting gifts for friends and family. They then wrapped them at school for under the tree.

So, keep the Santa Shop in mind as you do your spring cleaning.  Watch for good household and gift items that can be cleaned up and recycled next December.  No clothing items will be considered unless new or near-new.  Coffee mugs, glassware, candles, books, tools, stationary, holiday decor and knick-knacks of all sorts will be stored for next winter.  We will offer a drop-off time in spring for collecting your donations.

Concessions – We still need adult volunteers to help out at the concession stand during sport events.  The community offers “Food Handlers’ Certificate” at no cost to volunteers.  This certification could also help when seeking employment.  If you are able to offer 2-3 hours of your time during the school year, please call the school office and leave a message for PTSO, 427-3347.

 

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