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Michaela Melara, a senior at Willow Canyon High School in Surprise, was selected as a semifinalist for the $20,000 Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Scholarship. Melara is one of 1,609 semi-finalists … more
A discussion on merely approving a decision to move forward on contracting out to design a potential new school that may or may not be built was a reminder of one of the touchier subjects a school district can take on. more
Scottsdale City Council consented at the beginning of December to amending a second license agreement for using space at the Paiute Neighborhood Center to operate a public charter school through June 30, 2021. more
Queen Creek’s new elementary school has its first principal. Faith Orr has been selected as principal of Schnepf Elementary School, which is set to open in July. The announcement was made by … more
Jobs for America’s Graduates – JAG – has named Coronado High School Principal Amy Palatucci as the recipient of its 2020 National Educational Leadership Award. more
The Dysart Unified School District recently received a statewide honor. more
Deer Valley Unified School District is taking steps toward a temporary return to virtual learning to open the spring semester after the upcoming Christmas break. more
At the next Peoria Unified School District governing board meeting, Dec. 10, the board will discuss possible changes in instructional models for the spring semester based on health data. In the … more
The Dysart Unified School District Governing Board will hear the latest about the district's attempt to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic at its next meeting. more
With coronavirus numbers continuing to surge in Arizona, Deer Valley Unified School District this week will examine the latest metrics as defined by the Maricopa County Department of Public Health (MCDPH) to decide on a spring semester plan. more
Larry H. Miller Dealerships in Avondale collected thousands of school supplies for students in Avondale Elementary School District, delivering them to the district office on Giving Tuesday, Dec. 1. more
Learning to ride horses and understanding the economics of equine ownership are part of an eight-week program for home-schooled students that begins in January. Circle C Riding Academy will be … more
Dr. Krista Anderson had singular focus when she became an educator. more
The Arizona Educational Foundation is the recipient of a $100,000 Boeing grant supporting work in anti-racism and STEM in schools. Boeing is a longtime proponent of STEM education with … more
Surprise police are participating in the West Valley Mavericks' first annual Shop with a Cop event in the city. more
Due to the resurgence in COVID-19 cases, Glendale Community College, at 6000 W. Olive Ave., is transitioning to remote services. more
With most high schools at or above capacity and about 15 schools being underutilized, the Peoria Unified School District has formed a new committee that will take a serious look at how their facilities will be used in the future. more
It seems the theme of this year is “change”, and as such, the Dysart Unified School District made a few mid-year staffing shifts at a few schools in order to fill some gaps and better … more
The challenge: A rural village of about 500 families, plus livestock and domestic animals, needed help in developing a secure potable water supply for domestic use. Thousands of miles away, six … more
Three Scottsdale Unified School District high schools will return to online learning Tuesday, Dec. 1, as a result of staffing shortages and general noncompliance with public health mitigation strategies. more
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