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While it was to be expected that students’ test scores may be affected from COVID-19’s impact to the classroom, new data shows how deeply students’ learning was disrupted. more
Scottsdale Unified School District governing board President Jann-Michael Greenburg has plans to run for reelection next year, paperwork shows. Two other men have filed initial paperwork to begin … more
From gun violence then to a lingering virus now, the soil below where public education occurs has been labeled dangerous ground for American students for nearly a decade. Aside from the dangers … more
Several Phoenix-area community colleges are growing seed libraries to benefit students, faculty, the public and the wildlife that lives in Maricopa County. more
The annual Notre Dame Prep Culinary Festival is set for 6 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 6 at Notre Dame Prep, 9701 E. Bell Road in Scottsdale. more
Several people along with a prominent government watchdog group have filed complaints against the Scottsdale Unified School District governing board with the Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s Office regarding alleged issues with open meeting law violations, transparency and more. more
This school year marks the 30th anniversary of Arizona’s first and oldest Career Technical Education District — the East Valley Institute of Technology. What started out as one campus … more
Steve Bernasek, diesel technologies teacher and team lead for automotive programs at the East Valley Institute of Technology, has been named the 2021 ASE Education Foundation Byrl Shoemaker … more
Scottsdale Mayor David Ortega and philanthropist Dody Pitre of The Pitre Family Foundation were among the more than 100 attendees at the grand opening of the St. Catherine of Bologna Performing Arts Center. more
Revising the district’s policy was agreed upon consent for the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board as efforts remain to protect children. more
Windom Security Strategies Today, an Arizona-based private security company, partnered with Scottsdale Community College to launch the Veterans Pathway to Law Enforcement program, a one-year … more
The Scottsdale Unified School District will continue to require COVID-19 face masks for students and staff while indoors on campus for another couple of weeks, district officials announced. In a … more
Scottsdale Unified School District has received $29.5 million in one-time federal funds to assist with COVID-19 impacts, but for some the status of student assistance is in a state of emergency. more
Residents of the Cave Creek Unified School District are targeting five school board members in a potential recall effort. The district joins several others in the Valley where parents are … more
On Sept. 10, Desert Canyon Elementary School invited Scottsdale’s first responders to campus to teach students about their jobs and duties, for the 7th Annual First Responder Community Heroes … more
Five Notre Dame Prep students earned recognition from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. more
A scroll of students’ names, who attend schools in Scottsdale, was embargoed until the National Merit Scholarship Corporation officially announced  semifinalists for its National Merit Scholarship on Wednesday, Sept. 15. more
The Scottsdale Unified School District held an urgent meeting on Monday, Sept. 13, to revise its current budget, which added $2.9 million to district coffers. more
Trustees of the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust recently awarded $1 million to Notre Dame Preparatory as part of the largest single-day grant initiative in Arizona’s history. more
The Scottsdale Unified School District prepares to “catch the vapors” in more ways than one as governing board members recently approved a retention agreement for litigation, igniting an official legal complaint against electronic cigarette/vaping manufacturers. more
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