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Arizona School District Unveils New Homes Built for Teachers to Attract and Retain Educators


The Prescott Unified School District (PUSD) has unveiled new homes built for teachers in an effort to attract and retain educators in the district. The homes are located in a desirable neighborhood and offer teachers a number of amenities, including spacious yards, access to parks and trails, and proximity to schools.

The PUSD Board of Education approved the $5 million project in 2022. The district partnered with a local developer to build the homes, which are available to teachers at a discounted price.

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“We are excited to offer our teachers these new homes as a way to thank them for their hard work and dedication,” said PUSD Superintendent Dr. Amy Swinburne. “We know that housing can be a challenge in Prescott, so we hope that these homes will make it easier for teachers to live and work in our community.”

The homes feature three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a two-car garage. They are also equipped with energy-efficient appliances and fixtures.

“I am so grateful to the PUSD Board of Education and the Prescott community for making these homes possible,” said PUSD teacher Sarah Jones. “This is a dream come true for me and my family.”

The PUSD is the first school district in Arizona to offer teachers new homes as a way to attract and retain educators. The district hopes that the program will help to address the teacher shortage in Arizona.

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