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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
The Rotary Club of Scottsdale through its Club Foundation has awarded its annual scholarships to graduating Scottsdale Unified School District high school seniors. more
The Governing Board of the Scottsdale Unified School District unanimously approved a $372.7 million expenditure budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1. more
The Daughters of the American Revolutions have announced Maeve Lomax, a graduating senior of Chaparral High School, has won first place nationally for its DAR Good Citizens’ $5,000 scholarship. more
Construction is set to begin at Hohokam Elementary School and Scottsdale Unified School District leaders now know what to expect when the bill comes due. The SUSD Governing Board unanimously … more
Great Hearts Scottsdale Preparatory Academy recently announced the newest addition to its faculty with Justin Bell is taking on the role of Assistant Headmaster of Middle School. more
The last two months of the school year at the International School of Arizona in Scottsdale created unique challenges for students due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with remote learning becoming the only way to provide instruction. more
With the school year coming to a close and students taking their summer vacations, the next school year seems so far away but planning how schools will adapt to learning in the time of the coronavirus is just taking off. more
Three Arizona students received, at a June 6 ceremony, the Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame Society Scholarship on merit of their academic achievement and contribution to the mission of the Arizona Veterans Administration. more
When Saguaro High School hired Lucas Ramirez to lead its boys basketball program, it got more than just a new coach. more
Scottsdale Unified School District asserted its commitment to fighting racism and inequality within its schools through an initiative aimed at developing an action plan to increase awareness, respect and celebration of the district’s diversity. more
Definite plans for the coming school year are still up in the air, but school districts have made themselves available to those who may have questions or concerns about how local campuses will adapt … more
With the shift to online classes, PE teachers found themselves in a uniquely difficult situation: How do you teach a class that relies heavily on physical interactions with others? The Arizona … more
High school sports fields across Scottsdale lay dormant during the spring because of COVID-19 but plans are underway to keep those facilities more lively during the summer months. more
One look at Jake Okun’s resume, and one might think their reading the vitae of a much older, seasoned and accomplished professional, not an 18-year-old who recently graduated from Desert Mountain High School. more
The 1,965 miles from suburban Ann Arbor, Michigan to Scottsdale are not proving to be an obstacle for incoming Scottsdale Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Scott Menzel, who officially takes over the post on July 1. more
While the municipalities of Scottsdale and Paradise Valley have primary council elections coming up this August, the school board that serves the two communities will have its own election Tuesday, … more
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