Legacy opens school in NW
Parents like ‘back-to-basics’ philosophy
At Legacy Traditional School, administrators use a
“back-to-basics” approach to teaching. Students are not grouped
together, but rather, face forward toward their teacher, like they
do in Leanne Ethridge’s second-grade class.
Legacy Traditional School Superintendent Bill Bressler
high-fives students as they make their way to class after a
school-wide assembly last week.
Lauryn Wallentine, 10, a fifth-grader at Legacy Traditional
School, sings the National Anthem during an event honoring first
responders at the school last Monday morning.
Students and parents make their way across a bridge that
connects the gym and administrative offices to the classrooms at
Legacy Traditional School in northwest Tucson.
Students gather on the basketball courts prior to the start of
school at Legacy Traditional School.
Fifth-grade teacher Becca Bradway lines up her students at the
start of a school assembly at Legacy Traditional School.