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Concerns for the Dysart Unified School District regarding behavior are addressed each year. more
Mask mandates were lifted as of April 19 by Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and now schools are addressing mask and COVID-19 protocols as the end of the year nears. more
Mattamy Homes, North America's largest privately-owned homebuilder, recently announced it purchased the Rancho Trugold property in Surprise. more
In just eight months, a Dysart Unified School District Career and Technical Education program covered 100 events, with more on the way. more
The Dysart Unified School District governing board approved the hiring of a new principal for Valley Vista High School, 15550 N. Parkview Place, beginning next 2021-22 school year. more
The Arizona Interscholastic Association executive board announced Thursday that due to improving COVID-19 metrics up to two parents or legal guardians may attend their student-athletes' home and away games as allowed by the school and county guidelines. more
After the 5-4 decision at a Jan. 12 AIA board meeting to reinstate the winter sports season, boys and girls basketball, soccer and wrestling will start as (re)scheduled on Jan. 18. Players and coaches are required to wear a cloth mask more
As local college and high school teams hope to start their winter sports schedule, Surprise has set 50 people as the threshold at which city approval is required for organized indoor and outdoor public events. more
Education is a point of contention when it comes to in-person versus virtual learning during a pandemic. Parents and district officials each have a different perspective on what is best for students, but both have safety as the top priority. more
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