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The November General Election ballot carries heavy implications for the Scottsdale Unified School District, as three school board members will be elected and Prop. 208 seeks to pump up the … more
Through Nov. 10,  to celebrate young people making a difference in volunteering, Prudential Financial and the National Association of Secondary School Principals invite local youth volunteers to apply for scholarships and national recognition  from The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. more
This November, Scottsdale Unified School District voters will select three new Governing Board members to begin terms in January 2021. Six candidates are running for the three open seats. … more
The Scottsdale Unified School District is now able to distribute federally subsidized student meals at no cost to all children under the age of 18, regardless of whether they live in the district or … more
Even though most schools have transitioned to remote learning, Fulton Homes is continuing its annual School Salute program to encourage students to continue developing their love of music. Held in … more
To help mark its 125th anniversary this school year, Scottsdale Unified School District has designed a coin that will recognize the special achievements of SUSD students, teachers and staff. more
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Phoenix resident Sarah Thomas was OK with keeping her kids enrolled in Great Heart Academies amid a shift to virtual learning last spring, but then she saw the plans for the fall semester. more
Scottsdale-based law firm DeFusco Law, P.L.C. has announced the latest group of Scottsdale teachers who will receive its classroom supply stipends. more
Scottsdale Unified School District Nutrition Services Department will transition the daily curbside service it began Aug. 10 to a weekly service, beginning Wednesday, Aug. 26. more
Impact Gymnastics Academy, a gymnastics and fitness center on the corner of 12th Street and Northern Avenue in Phoenix, is offering study camps to assist parents with student needs during the school year. more
The National Quarterback Club recently announced the renewal of partnership between NQBC, Grand Canyon State Gridiron Club and Teen Lifeline, the nonprofit Arizona-based suicide prevention hotline. more
Summers, when students and teachers are away, provide an opportunity for campus improvement projects and Scottsdale Unified School District did not throw away its shot. more
A Chaparral High School math teacher’s job is in jeopardy after the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board opted to serve him with a notice of intent to dismiss on the heels of the Arizona Board of Education finding he falsified documents regarding his teaching certification. more
Valley schools prepare to begin online learning in the early weeks of August as parents offer insights into the various degrees of staying home or returning to the classroom. more
Under the looming air of COVID-19, the saying: “We’re all in this together” is not just words for the Scottsdale Unified School District as efforts are underway to make the best accommodations for students, parents, faculty and staff. more
Scottsdale Unified School District has its expenditure budget for the 2020-21 school year but the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic may cast a shadow on budget plans for years to come. more
Like an old-fashioned game of freeze tag, many norms synonymous with going back to school are at a standstill until things can somewhat melt back to normal. more
It has been an eventful two years for Scottsdale Unified School District as its looked for a new superintendent but all the delays, meetings and searching has led to this one moment. more
Retirement isn’t a new concept for Dr. John Kriekard but this time, he thinks its for good. more
Students looking for a summer project will have the chance to “learn and earn” through the Sandra Day O’Connor Institute. more
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