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Mesa Community College dental hygiene students are seeking individuals for complimentary oral health screenings on Saturday, Feb. 6, at the Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health, 5855 E. Still … more
As some Scottsdale Unified School District middle and high school students returned to campuses on Jan. 19, many public pleas were made to return to in-person instruction, including an executive order to be enacted by the United States president. more
Thirty-six Mesa Community College veterinary technology students are participating in online basic life support and advanced life support certification courses through the Reassessment Campaign on … more
The school nurses at Scottsdale Unified School District are being asked to assist HonorHealth with vaccine distribution, according to new paperwork approved by district leaders. more
Helios Education Foundation announces the completion of its 65,000-square-foot education campus for collaboration among education partners anchoring educational excellence in Arizona. more
Six to 10 Apache Junction High School students will travel March 8-12 to Washington, D.C., for a military orientation trip. The travel for members of the Naval Junior Reserve Officers’ … more
Last month, the Peoria Unified School District approved a bump in compensation for substitute teachers and they followed up this month with a temporary bump for teachers as well. more
COVID-19 case numbers have spent December and January surging in Arizona, including Glendale, pushing health official-mandated safety metrics into “red” categories that once demanded online learning. more
Scottsdale Unified School District students, who participated in the virtual 21st Annual Youth Voices presentation, didn’t miss a beat when they asked if they could give Ken E. Nwadike Jr. virtual hugs. more
Mesa Community College, the only college in Arizona to offer the AppleCare Technician certificate program, offers two eight-week, for-credit, evening AppleCare courses this spring. The courses … more
All children under the age of 18 are eligible to receive free meals from Scottsdale Unified School District Nutrition Services through the end of the school year. Enrollment at an SUSD school is … more
A school district budget shortfall projection in January may look scary by the dollar amount, but it’s far from a final verdict. more
Peoria Unified School District called a special study session Jan. 13 to provide the school board and families with a health update, but did not change course on having in-person learning regardless of Maricopa County health metrics, the benchmarks for formerly determining instruction delivery. more
All students in the Florence Unified School District are back to remote learning today after an emergency move to stop in-person classes for the next two weeks. more
Following a late decision and little publicized communication about the change to push in-person, on-campus learning back a week for 2,724 Scottsdale middle schoolers, just six students showed up to closed campuses Monday morning, according to the district. more
In a tight race that left the top five in a field of nine Peoria Unified School District school board candidates separated by only two percentage points, Rebecca Hill, David Sandoval and Bill Sorensen have been sworn in and will participate in their first public meeting as governing board members this week. more
Students will move to an in-person learning model March 22 in the Apache Junction school district. The change from online-only to in-person instruction was approved unanimously at the Jan. 12 … more
In its update of the documented COVID-19 cases at its schools released Tuesday, Jan. 12, the Dysart Unified School District reported 111 cases. more
Peoria Unified School District has announced that all schools will be open for in-person learning, Jan. 12, coming after a sick-out by teachers protesting the school board’s decision in December for students to return to in-person learning regardless of the status of Maricopa County benchmarks, which are currently in the substantial category. more
Chrystal Chaffin and Jo Grant will serve in their first regular Dysart Unified School District Governing Board meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 13. more
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