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In the end, the decision about what to do with spring high school sports seasons shortened by the spread of COVID-19 was wholly out of the hands of the Arizona Interscholastic Association. Early … more
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman announced Monday, March 30 the extension of school closures through the end of the school year. more
Traditionally summer school calls for students sitting in a classroom over summer break. And while that is good for some, others may prefer to attend school online. The Dysart Unified School District … more
Arizona Game & Fish has been developing new digital resources that can be accessed by students and others from the comfort of their home during safety quarantine conditions due to COVID-19 … more
Signature programs across campuses in the Dysart Unified School District, along with school choice for families, allow students to find their passion. With communications everywhere, the … more
With most schools in Arizona closed through April 10 due to the coronavirus, not all students are off the hook when it comes to class time. Remote learning is becoming a part of the social … more
Dysart Unified School District is keeping on top of changes due to precautions over the spread of the COVID-19 virus. As recently as March 19, there are no confirmed cases of Coronavirus in the … more
      Latest from Dysart Unified regarding COVID-19 Online resources, schedule changes By Steve Stockmar Independent Newsmedia Dysart Unified School District is … more
Ottawa University Arizona sent all of its students home and will finish the semester online. more
The Dysart Unified School District is celebrating its 100th year of educating the community during the 2020-2021 school year. The district was established as a one-room schoolhouse in 1920 by … more
Traditionally summer school calls for students sitting in a classroom over summer break. And while that is good for some, others may prefer to attend school online. The Dysart Unified School District … more
Coronavirus is hitting home in Surprise.   While the city doesn’t have any documented positive cases of the Coronavirus, there’s no doubt it has already changed the way of life … more
Possible boundary changes are on the horizon for Dysart Unified School District.District officials are using enrollment and growth and trend data to determine facility and staffing needs for the … more
The city of Surprise Parks and Recreation Department has added Ottawa University Arizona to its College Tour lineup. Surprise teens, ages 13-18, can explore some state colleges on the following … more
Marley Park Elementary School, 15042 W. Sweetwater Ave., recognizes the time is now to encourage and create young entrepreneurs, which is the focus of their signature program. Dysart Unified School … more
        Shadow Ridge students tour electrical contracting firm Rosendin helps students pursue STEM careers Rosendin, the electrical contracting firm with a Tempe … more
      Surprise duo to compete at State Spelling Bee Top spellers square off March 21 to qualify for DC Two Surprise students will be among the state’s top 27 … more
The transformation of the Valley Vista Performing Arts Center, 15660 N. Parkview Place, into The Vista Center for the Arts isn’t officially official until the sign is erected on the actual … more
Science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics inspires each student at Mountain View School, 18302 W. Burton Ave., Waddell, in the Dysart Unified School District. This campus earned an … more
It didn’t take long for friends Donna Garrett, Kim Spencer and Val Merriman to make good use of the new Asante Library, 16755 W. Vereda Solana Drive, moments after it opened its doors on Feb. … more
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