Keyword: Dr. Scott A. Menzel
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Superintendents of the Paradise Valley Unified School District and Scottsdale Unified School District recently thanked HonorHealth for offering vaccines to district employees. 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
The Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board has approved an intergovernmental agreement with the city of Scottsdale to provide auditing services for the construction and redevelopment of Hohokam Elementary School. more
Although Scottsdale Unified School District middle and high schools have operated on a limited schedule for those participating in in-person instruction since the fall, Mountainside Middle School opens at full capacity on Monday, Feb. 22 as part of a pilot project. more
Scottsdale Unified School District administrators  look to address what they believe is a learning gap caused by the COVID-19 pandemic’s disruption of schools, which interrupted education in more ways than one, with some students struggling in achievements and academics. more
Nearly a month after a vow to shorten the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board meetings and a couple hours into the Feb. 2 meeting, discussions grew about changing the board meeting’s structure and format. more
Local Scottsdale Unified School District education workers were inoculated recently with the first round of COVID-19 vaccines in hopes of completely opening schools sooner, ensuring student safety and putting parents’ minds at ease. more
As some Scottsdale Unified School District middle and high school students returned to campuses on Jan. 19, many public pleas were made to return to in-person instruction, including an executive order to be enacted by the United States president. 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
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