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Highlighting the importance of saving money for children’s post-high school educational and career goals, the second annual essay-writing contest is open to all fifth-graders statewide. more
Although there were previous discussions amongst the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board members to consider changing the start time for regular meetings, there was no formal decision made. more
A global pandemic paused scholastic rites of passage including traditions of proms, graduations, parties and more during the 2019-20 academic year, but Scottsdale Schools will turn a past nightmare into a fairytale. more
The International School of Arizona — a French and Spanish language immersion curriculum catered to preschool through eighth grade — is expanding its programs and classes for the upcoming summer and school year. more
Not everybody gets excited over an audit but Scottsdale Schools’ superintendent proudly announced that the local City Council has agreed to audit the district’s Hohokam Elementary School bond project. more
Scottsdale Mayor David D. Ortega has proclaimed March 24 as “Education and Sharing Day” in the city of Scottsdale to recognize the importance of ethical and moral education. more
Both of Desert Mountain's goals in its 5A girls soccer quarterfinal win at Sunrise Mountain Saturday afternoon were somewhat fluky. However, the #11 seed Wolves spent enough of the rest of play … more
The Cave Creek Unified School District Governing Board recently approved hiring Dr. Patty Jensen as an elementary leadership executive director and Nancy Scott as secondary leadership executive director. more
The EVIT Governing Board voted unanimously recently to cut program fees in half for high school students who enroll at the East Valley Institute of Technology for the 2021-22 school … more
Teen entrepreneur Nic Brown, a junior at Notre Dame Prep in Scottsdale, developed a way to keep personal devices clean, without harmful chemicals. more
High-achieving East Valley community college students were celebrated for their outstanding academic accomplishments and distinguished leadership at the 2021 All-Arizona Academic Team Recognition … more
Notre Dame Prep in Scottsdale is partnering with notMYkid to host the first Saints virtual 5K to help fund programs for teens coping with anxiety, depression and other mental health issues. more
The Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board accepted a construction manager at risk agreement between the district and McCarthy Building Companies to handle the estimated $18.5 million rebuild at Kiva Elementary School. more
Scottsdale Unified School District stakeholders find themselves “between a rock and a hard place” after a long-awaited decision to open middle and high schools all day for in-person learning after spring break. more
Superintendents of the Paradise Valley Unified School District and Scottsdale Unified School District recently thanked HonorHealth for offering vaccines to district employees. more
Mountainside Middle School Principal Adam Luke was all smiles behind his face mask on Monday, Feb. 22, when he welcomed students back for a full day of in-person classes on campus after nearly a year. more
Scottsdale Unified School District educators and students can agree that opening schools for a full day’s instruction is long overdue, but the downside is the obvious threat of contracting and spreading COVID-19 on campuses and in the community. more
Great Hearts Academies in Arizona is hosting a hiring fair in March with hopes of landing 240 new teachers. The outreach is part of the  Phoenix-based charter school group to find new … more
A replacement chiller to cool buildings is being purchased as part of the expansion of the Power Campus, with no change to the budget, the East Valley Institute of Technology’s governing board … more
Students in the NDP Live Club at Notre Dame Prep in Scottsdale hosted an eight-hour telethon-style livestream as part of the school’s third annual Mardi Gras Giving Day. more
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