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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
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
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
The Scottsdale Unified School District is getting its money’s worth with the new superintendent who has proven himself to be a “breath of sunshine” during a time when school districts nationwide confront a rapidly changing institution in the wake of a global pandemic. more
Jann-Michael Greenburg and Julie Cieniawski will be at the helm of the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board for the 2021-22 calendar year. At the first meeting of each new calendar … more
Dr. Scott Menzel is doing a fine job during his first six months as Scottsdale Schools’ Superintendent, the school board announced following a private mid-year evaluation. The Scottsdale … more
Three new Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board members have been sworn-in to take the helm as they claim their seats at a Jan. 5 special meeting. During the Jan. 5 meeting, the 2021 … more
More than $88,000 will be distributed to 203 EVIT high school instructors and classified staff as a COVID-19 training and classroom preparation stipend. Amounts range from $31.25 for a certified … more
Among New Year’s resolutions within the Scottsdale Unified School District is one that has been made before: deciding when it’s safe for students to return to learn in person amid the latest COVID-19 surge. more
Students at Camelback Desert School in Scottsdale recently held a gift card drive for Child Crisis Arizona, an organization for helping vulnerable children and families in the community. more
The 24th Annual Hope Box Gift Project in the Cave Creek Unified School District was a success as teachers, staff, students, families and the community united to give 40 families a great holiday. more
The Scottsdale Unified School District readjusted its 2020-21 budget as it copes with millions of dollars in losses caused by lower enrollment this year and less money than anticipated from a governor-established fund to compensate for COVID-related complications. more
Leave it to a group of world language students from Cactus Shadows High School to find a way to celebrate the beautiful world we live in during this pandemic? 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
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 Paradise Valley Unified School District (PVSchools) Governing Board voted during a special meeting to approve a resignation agreement for the superintendent, Dr. Jesse Welsh, effective Dec. 31. more
Coronado High School Sophomore Anesha Anderson can speak from personal experience about having to quarantine for possible COVID-19 exposure and adjusting to what has morphed into a virtual learning … more
After 47 years in education, Cave Creek Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Debbi Burdick will retire on Dec. 31. 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
Despite efforts to stave off the coronavirus since practice began in September, some Saguaro High School varsity football team members recently tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the Sabercats’ 2020 season to a halt. more
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