Rhodes Points of Pride
Distinctions and achievements

Rhodes is featured on ASU's website for their innovative program which has resulted in ASU's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College training teachers here. “We use the Rhodes to Success pilot program as a case study of what’s possible when redesigning the education workforce building a personalized learning model,” says Brent Maddin, executive director of MLFTC Educator Workforce Initiatives. Click to read the article.


Congratulations to Coach Infanti for winning the Outstanding Teacher Award!

Rhodes is proud to have three National Board Certified Teachers on our staff: Emily Carrasco, Amethyst Hinton Sainz, & Allison McIntosh. There are only 31 in the entire district. 10 percent of the district's board certified teachers work at Rhodes!

Rhodes teacher Brittney Oden has won TWO awards this year! She was named 2019 AZCEC Samuel A. Kirk Teacher of the Year, and also the Arizona Science Teacher's Association Middle School Science Teacher of the Year. Congratulations, Ms. Oden!

Ms. Oden ASTA Middle School Science Teacher of the Year

Rhodes is featured in the Spring/Summer 2019 edition of MPS Achieve

Click here to watch Rhodes getting recognized at the February 12, 2019 board meeting for earning the Civic Engagement Award.

Rhodes is once again an Arizona Civic Engagement School of Excellence, the highest distinction awarded. Click for details.

Rhodes participated in Mesa's Dia de los Muertos altar competition in November 2018, and placed 3rd. Pictured are Mrs. Chavez & Mrs. Coltrin, English Language Arts teachers.