Wednesday’s are Free Arts days at CFLA!
Posted on October 19, 2016
Leaders of Change – Free Arts for Abused Children
Posted on June 7, 2016
Join Free Arts for Abused Children and Children First Leadership Academy as we explore our 2015/2016 school year.
Children First Foundation Interview with Carrie Garcia, Director of the David R Sellers Foundation
Posted on 10/06/2015
This video was recorded for the 3rd Annual Children First Foundation Gala Event at the Arizona Biltmore Resort on October 3rd, 2015.
What gets you out of bed in the morning? Children First Leadership Academy & SSDHH
Posted on 10/06/2015
We asked our staff members “what gets you out of bed in the morning?” and the answers didn’t disappoint. Our schools pride themselves on caring for our students – our motto is “Where Every Child is Known” after all – and staff treating each other like family. Our principals and teachers at Children First Leadership Academy and Sequoia School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Mesa practice this motto every day.
CFA Gala Event – Passport to Education – Sept. 20, 2013
Posted on 09/20/2013
This video was shown during the Children First Foundation Gala Event Passport to Education at the Arizona Biltmore Resort on September 20th, 2013. Full credits appear at the end of the video.
CFA Phoenix’s New Facility Discussed on CBS 5 / KPHO with Sharyn Logue
Posted on 07/15/2013
Arizona State Senator Leah Landrum Taylor and 240 Jack and Jill of America Kids Help School for Homeless Students at the Kid to Kid Time & Clean Up Day
Posted on 07/01/2013
Arizona State Senator Leah Landrum Taylor and approximately 240 Jack and Jill of America (JJA), High School students from across the country will come to Children First Academy-Tempe (CFA) for a Kid to Kid Time & Clean Up Day. The event is part of JJA’s Far West Region’s Teen Conference community outreach that will enable participants to engage and work with CFA’s Kindergarten through 8th grade homeless and underprivileged students and help the school prepare for the new school year. The Arizona Department of Education recently reported that in the 2011-2012 school years there were 18,305 homeless students living in Maricopa County and 31,415 statewide.