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Dysart Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Quinn Kellis uses a literary classic to describe the state of education today. more
School food services programs are also challenged with staff shortages. more
The Luke Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America is a West Valley-based organization of more than 200 retired and former military officers and their spouses, from the eight United … more
Canyon Ridge School in the Dysart Unified School District is filled with staff and students working to fill the gap after the loss of instruction and in-person learning due to the pandemic. … more
With a teacher shortage happening throughout the Valley, Dysart Unified School District used an incentive program last winter and spring and it worked. more
The Dysart Unified School District recently installed 2,700 air scrubbers to improve air quality for the nearly 24,000 students and 3,000 staff that returned to Dysart’s 26 schools this month. … more
Megan Prescott’s Surprise house features two rabbits, eight children — and seven students. more
Ken Hicks, the assistant superintendent for business services for the Dysart Unified School District, was recently recognized with the Bill Lovett Memorial Award by the Arizona Association of School … more
Supporting a hundred-year track record of supporting youth and education programs, Cox has announced the awarding of $35,000 for 10 Cox Diversity Scholarships to Valley high school students, that … more
The Board of Directors of the Friends of the Surprise Libraries voted unanimously to fund scholarships for Ottawa University-Arizona students majoring in elementary education.  more
Highland Prep School, 15600 W. Hearn Road, plans to construct of a 10,000-square-foot fabrication laboratory during this school year. The Fab Lab will break ground in the fall with completion … more
Surprise and Dysart Unified School Districts are teaming on a project aimed at keeping students safe at one of the district’s schools in the city. more
Honoring America’s Veterans, the nonprofit organization behind the Phoenix Veterans Day Parade, has opened entries to its annual High School Essay Competition. more
Dysart Unified School District officials have made a commitment to the community to provide facility updates and some Dysart High School facilities are getting a few needed upgrades. more
Students in the Dysart Unified School District are creating paths of success and for one student, science has led her down a road of many opportunities. Eighth-grade student Kamille Flores-Ochoa … more
Aug. 3 was the first day of school for the 2021-22 year at Dysart Unified School District campuses across El Mirage and Surprise. more
Dysart Unified School District will offer healthy meals to all students at no cost every school day in the 2021-22 year as part of the National School Lunch and Breakfast Program. Curbside service … more
This summer, Shadow Ridge High School student Daniel Cooper, who just finished his junior year at the Surprise school, received the Rensselaer Medal and scholarship. For more than 100 years, … more
COVID-19 cases are on the rise in Arizona and across the country, but local schools are opening up this fall more like they operated in 2019, before the pandemic took hold. more
On June 25 staff and student volunteers from Dysart schools demonstrated safe school crossing procedures for a new regional crossing guard training video shoot. Led by the MAG — Maricopa … more
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