Overview of sUSD

  • SUSD is made up of thirty-seven Head Start classes, fifty-three state preschool classes, three First 5 preschool classes, forty-one K-8 schools, four comprehensive high schools, three small high schools, an alternative high school, a special education school, a school for adults, and five dependent charter schools.
  • SUSD could see two new construction projects beginning in 2022: one being a new flex classroom at Cedarcreek Elementary and the other being a new building to house six classrooms and a library at Skyblue Mesa Elementary. 
  • SUSD is the 17th largest school district in California, whereby 38,000 PK-12th grade students come to us to experience an academic journey that leads to high school graduation and success in college, careers, and as actively-engaged community members.
  • SUSD’s boundaries include most, but not all, of the city of Scottsdale, almost all of the town of Paradise Valley, a section of the city of Phoenix and a section of the city of Tempe.
  • SusD preferentially binds helical amylose as suggested by the atomic structure of SusD complexed with α-cyclodextrin and the imposition of a similar geometry on bound maltoheptaose.
  • sUSD is the ‘base currency’ for dHEDGE so incentivizing deep sUSD liquidity will benefit the dHEDGE ecosystem as it will make trades to and from sUSD cheaper going forward.
  • SUSD board member Sandy Kravetz made a similar point in defending the policy and said the district has received many emails in support of the grading policy.
  • SusD is a starch-binding protein with a novel α-helical fold, unlike any other carbohydrate binding module (CBM) studied to date (17).
  • SUSD excels in teaching subjects and shaping character through involved and caring teachers who know the potential of your bright children.
  • sUSD against ETH), there is a partial liquidation mechanism for loans that fall below the liquidation ratio (currently 130%).
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    All things equal, the market will recognize that the demand for synths isn’t being met at the current price of SNX and investors will bid up the value to increase stakers’ capacity to mint.Before we go too deep, let’s examine a simple example of how sUSD supply scales with demand.In the exhibit below, there is $2.5 million of demand in the market for sUSD and $12.5 million in total demand for synths.In this case, the price of SNX rises by 2%.Over a period of time, sUSD demand grows by 10% to $2.75 million while other synth demand remains the same.


    We are happy to announce that Synthetix is running a sUSD Automated Price Reserve on Kyber Network!

    What is sUSD?

    sUSD is a synthetic USD token enabled by the Synthetix protocol.It tracks the price of the US Dollar through price feeds supplied by Chainlink’s decentralized network of oracles.sUSD is integrated across the DeFi ecosystem as one of the most liquid decentralized stablecoins, including at Curve.It can be traded without slippage for other assets native to the Synthetix protocol at Kwenta or Synthetix.Exchange.

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    Why Choose SUSD?

    Scottsdale Unified School District is proud to offer many compelling programs at all of our 29 schools.Each school offers a unique combination of programs, student services, fine arts, athletics and rigorous academics to service the needs of your family.

    What is sUSD?

    sUSD (formerly nUSD) is the stablecoin in the Havven network.It offers a decentralised and scalable solution to a significant problem in the blockchain ecosystem: price volatility.

    Moving or Contact Information Change?

    Parents/Guardians, if your email, phone, or emergency contact information changes, please stop by your school office or district office so that you continue to receive timely school updates.If you are moving to a new address, visit the Change of Address webpage for instructions.

    History of sUSD

  • In 2011, SUSD was “moving toward making Algebra I available to all eighth-graders”.[3]