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Concern over cooling measures on Apache Junction Unified School District buses

Parents say the Apache Junction Unified School District isn't doing enough to keep kids cool on hot school buses. (Source: azfamily)APACHE JUNCTION, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — Parents in the Apache Junction Unified School District say school buses have poorly-functioning air conditioning units that have left students coming home dry heaving and even on the verge of passing out. The district superintendent sent a letter to parents today disputing that claim, saying all school buses have fully functional air conditioning systems....

Parents say the Apache Junction Unified School District isn't doing enough to keep kids cool on hot school buses. (Source: azfamily)

APACHE JUNCTION, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — Parents in the Apache Junction Unified School District say school buses have poorly-functioning air conditioning units that have left students coming home dry heaving and even on the verge of passing out. The district superintendent sent a letter to parents today disputing that claim, saying all school buses have fully functional air conditioning systems.

“I’ve never felt it that hot,” district 4th grader Macy Solaiza said. “I was about to pass out. I wanted to throw up too.”

Macy’s mom Crickett says that when the school year started on Monday, kids were coming home sweaty. But what happened Wednesday was the worst yet. “I was furious because I entrust the school district with my child,” she said.

She wasn’t the only one. Dozens of parents shared their thoughts on social media, making it clear that something needs to change. “Pay the bus driver to start the engines early to have the bus cool down before the children enter the bus,” Crickett suggested.

In a letter to district parents, superintendent Dr. Robert Pappalardo said on Thursday that the district is taking proactive steps to minimize any discomfort. They include regular maintenance of the buses, pre-cooling procedures and providing water for students. But Cynthia Chavez, who has a kindergartener in the district, says what the district is doing isn’t working.

“I pray that they don’t wait until something happens,” she said.

Chavez says she nearly took her son to the emergency room after he came home drenched in sweat and dry heaving. She says the district doesn’t allow students to roll down the bus windows for additional ventilation. “They’re leaving these kids in a hot bus, windows rolled up, while they’re driving around at different spots,” she said. “That’s the same thing as leaving a kid in a hot car. It’s ridiculous.”

Arizona’s Family reached out to the Apache Junction Unified School District to try and confirm any policy regarding the windows on buses having to stay up but did not get a response.

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ADOT unveils plan to reopen part of State Route 88 northeast of Apache Junction

TORTILLA FLAT, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — The Arizona Department of Transportation released on Friday details of a $33.5 million project to fix the damaged 5 miles of state Route 88 northeast of Apache Junction. The changes will restore safety and sustainability to the highway that is currently unpaved between Fish Creek Hill Outlook and Apache Lake Marina Road. The agency wants to chip-seal the road surface and widen it to 15 feet in steeper areas. For more safety, crews would add rock bolts to unstable rock surfaces, remove loose and ov...

TORTILLA FLAT, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — The Arizona Department of Transportation released on Friday details of a $33.5 million project to fix the damaged 5 miles of state Route 88 northeast of Apache Junction. The changes will restore safety and sustainability to the highway that is currently unpaved between Fish Creek Hill Outlook and Apache Lake Marina Road. The agency wants to chip-seal the road surface and widen it to 15 feet in steeper areas. For more safety, crews would add rock bolts to unstable rock surfaces, remove loose and overhanging rocks and place a concrete wall on steep sections.

The stretch of SR 88, known as Apache Trail, has been closed since 2019 when The Woodbury Fire burned in the summer, and then a storm dumped 6 inches of rain onto the burn scar, flooding the area and causing rockslides. ADOT wants to add a drainage system that would accommodate 2.25 inches of rain per hour.

State Route 88 was created in 1904 to give construction access to workers building the Roosevelt Dam. The narrow, winding road cuts through the Superstition Mountains and parts are unpaved. Before it closed, more than 84,000 drivers used the highway per year.

ADOT says it came up with the improvement plan after getting input from hundreds of Arizonans. While the agency has a budget for the project, it doesn’t have the cash right now. ADOT said it’s asking for federal funding. “Subject to funds becoming available, we are proposing improvements that would reduce the chances of future damage from storms and enhance safety for motorists,” said Paul Patane, ADOT multimodal planning division director. “We understand State Route 88′s place in the hearts of many Arizonans and have a recommendation that prioritizes safety and responsible use of taxpayer dollars.”

The next step for the project is to conduct a final design and an extensive environmental study. For the details of the recommended improvements, click/tap here.

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ADOT wants opinions on design for state Route 88 northeast of Apache Junction

TORTILLA FLAT, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — It’s been four years since a fire and then a storm destroyed a 5-mile stretch of state Route 88, up toward Apache Lake. That part of the highway has been closed ever since 2019. But an Arizona Department of Transportation study is working on a plan to safely reopen the historic road. Public comment on ADOT’s design recommendations ends Friday....

TORTILLA FLAT, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — It’s been four years since a fire and then a storm destroyed a 5-mile stretch of state Route 88, up toward Apache Lake. That part of the highway has been closed ever since 2019. But an Arizona Department of Transportation study is working on a plan to safely reopen the historic road. Public comment on ADOT’s design recommendations ends Friday.

Tortilla Flat is a tiny town with a population of six. But thousands of people worldwide pass through one stop on the Apache Trail every year. It’s been tough for tourism ever since part of state Route 88 was damaged and shut down. To Katie Ellering – the Apache Trail is more than a highway. It’s a historic loop of adventure that’s worth preserving and maintaining. “We’re the last surviving stagecoach stop on the Apache Trail and now we’re the last stop on the trail and we don’t want to be known as that. We want the trail to go through,” said Ellering. She owns Tortilla Flat.

State Route 88 was created in 1904 to give construction access to workers building the Roosevelt Dam. The narrow, winding road cuts through the Superstition Mountains and parts are unpaved. “There’s so much history out in this area. If this road doesn’t get open, we don’t want it to be gone and lost forever,” she said.

The Woodbury Fire in June 2019 burned 123,875, making it the fifth largest wildfire in Arizona’s history. A few months later, a storm poured 6 inches of rain onto the fire scar. The runoff and rockslide damaged the road near Fish Creek Hill Overlook to the point it’s now impassable. “Car-sized boulders in the road and, you know, the foundation of the road kinda crumbling and washing away,” remembered Ellering.

ADOT says it is working to fix that with a recommendation to pave and widen parts of the road, add guardrails and improve the drainage system. The goal is to make the highway resilient to future storms. “This storm did something that no one’s ever seen before so that’s why it’s going to take a lot of work to get this road back in shape so that it is safe for the public,” said Garin Groff with ADOT.

In the meantime, detours are available, but Ellering says what used to be a 15-minute drive now takes three hours. There’s concern about emergency response time and how long it’s taking ADOT to act. “There’s definitely a lot of frustration,” said Ellering.

ADOT says it will be several years before the road reopens. They say they need to finalize a design plan and secure federal funding. ADOT is accepting public comment through Friday. Comments can be submitted to ADOT in the following ways:

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Apache Junction rehabilitates monumental sign that was damaged due to wildfires

PHOENIX — Apache Junction has rehabilitated a monumental sign on the northeast entrance of State Route 88 that was damaged by wildfires.The sign’s unveiling took place on Friday and was reconstructed by a group of volunteers in the East Valley city.“The work being done here not only benefits the monument but also contributes to the health and vitality of the surrounding ecosystem,” Mayor Chip Wilson said in a ...

PHOENIX — Apache Junction has rehabilitated a monumental sign on the northeast entrance of State Route 88 that was damaged by wildfires.

The sign’s unveiling took place on Friday and was reconstructed by a group of volunteers in the East Valley city.

“The work being done here not only benefits the monument but also contributes to the health and vitality of the surrounding ecosystem,” Mayor Chip Wilson said in a press release.

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Wildfires over the years damaged the rundown sign.

The city, along with the local Modern Woodmen of America chapter, Siphon Draw Fire and Fuels and the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, worked to revitalize the sign.

The volunteers identified native vegetation species to donate to the renovation. Siphon Draw Fire and Fuels provided planting and watering services.

Arizona’s symbolic plant, the saguaro cactus, was implemented to the design of the renovated monument. The Parks and Recreation administration donated four mature 35-foot saguaros.

The sign now has all-new vegetation surrounding the monument. In addition, there was patchwork done to the sign and a fresh coat of paint.

The updated sign demonstrates Apache Junction’s history and the city hopes it is a striking symbol for it for years to come.

“All of this will add to the visual appeal of the monument and help to preserve these iconic plants,” Wilson said. “The monument has been a long-favored pullout to take pictures for visitors along SR88.”

Apache Junction USD votes to end ties with superintendent, the district’s third in 6 years

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APACHE JUNCTION, AZ — The Apache Junction Unified School District board voted 3 to 2 in a “mutual severance agreement” with its superintendent, Heather Wallace.

However, some community members supporting the superintendent say it is anything but mutual.

Students from Apache Junction went outside the district office Monday morning, chanting they wanted to keep their superintendent.

Inside the building, the board went into an executive session to discuss what they call a “mutual severance agreement” with Wallace.

It is currently unclear why this is all happening, but a board member alluded to mistakes being made.

“She spent 25 years as a teacher, principal and worked her way up for her to lose her job, for minute things, I won’t be voting for this either,” said Cami Garcia, a board member.

ABC15 asked board member Bobby Bauders about what these mistakes are about, however, he could not comment since it was in executive session.

Both Garcia and Bauders both voted no on the motion of the mutual severance agreement. Board President Dena Kimble, Gilbert Cancio, and Gail Ross voted yes. None of the majority of board members offered any discussion on their decision.

ABC15 went up to both Kimble and Ross and asked if they would comment, which they declined. We also reached out to Ross via email but did not hear back.

Bauders claims that the superintendent was bullied and pushed out of her position.

“Heather was pushed, bullied and gaslit until she couldn’t take it anymore. They’re going to say it was a mutual decision, but it was not. Heather was pushed to this decision,” Bauders said in the board meeting.

Some other community members in attendance also feel the same way as Bauders.

“I don’t believe it was mutual. That is my own personal opinion,” said Chelsea Connolly, a former board member and parent in the district.

“I do not believe it was either. She just didn’t want to get fired, so she agreed to it so she can get a job somewhere else,” added Jill Bright, a parent in the district.

However, there were others in the meeting who did agree with the majority of the board.

“We’ve got all kinds of drama happening here today, and everything has been in executive session to this point,” said Brenda Gifford, who is in support of the majority of the board. “We really need to give the board an opportunity to do what we elected them to do. I campaigned for some of these people. I did that because I trust them.”

Giffords felt the superintendent created a division between the community and the board as well, however, people who supported Wallace object to that.

They also told ABC15 they’re concerned for the students, who now have no leadership and are afraid staff would not want to come to the district for how often its changed leadership.

“My concern is for the community. The kids, first and foremost, but the community as a whole. This staff, as a district, when you are… constantly changing up leadership every two years,” said Jodi Ehrlich, a former board member.

Superintendent Wallace was not present at the board meeting Monday morning. ABC15 did reach out for comment but has not received a response.

The district will have a regular board meeting Tuesday. There is anticipation the community will come out to express their opinions.

The board president released a comment through an email to the community Tuesday evening.

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