There are a lot of exciting things going on in Vail! All of Vail’s schools have been repeatedly recognized for their achievements over the years. The district is rightfully proud of this accomplishment and is having a sign installed at each of the schools who have won an award. In addition to the great news of academic achievements, the Vail School District is also proud to announce they now have a new Naval Cadet Corps Program at Cienega High School. Sign Magic is proud to say that we fabricated and just began the installation of the signage for these projects.
Each of Vail’s schools will have a sign like this one installed over the next week or two.
The Vail School District, known to have an outstanding academic program at each of their schools, has been recognized many times by the Arizona Educational Foundation. The A+ School of Excellence program is a comprehensive school assessment that celebrates success in Arizona’s public schools. Every one of Vail’s schools has earned this award, which is retained for three years before they have to reapply. To honor these outstanding achievements the district is putting up a sign at each school which states the school’s name, the fact that they are an A+ School of Excellence and the years they won this award. These signs (shown in picture) are made from Gemini letters, which our install crew will mount onto brick walls. We are proud to have taken part in a job that recognizes such an inspiring school district!
Routed aluminum letters, painted and mounted on a raceway.
The other sign we installed for the Vail School District is located at Cienega High School. For over ten years Vail has been trying to get an ROTC type program going for their students. The Navy offers a similar type of program and Vail was approved to receive one at their high school. The benefits students will get from having this program available to them are endless. The curriculum includes military history, physical fitness and other skills to prepare students who chose a military career after high school. Enrolled students will be eligible for military scholarships and academy appointments. The sign we made for this new program was routed in shop out of aluminum. The letters were painted and then mounted onto a raceway, which is also made from aluminum. After the raceway was painted and driven out to location, it was mounted on a short wall in front of the Naval Cadet Corps building. Although Sign Magic’s part is a small one, we are nonetheless excited that Vail is finally able to offer students a program such as this.