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Mesa Unified School District Superintendent Deb Duvall was named Superintendent of the Year by the Arizona School Boards Association. She will now represent the state at the national competition in Florida in February.
A “Celebration of Life” service to honor respected educator and leader among state high school sports circles Art Wagner is scheduled for Monday night at 6 p.m. at the Higley Center for the Performing Arts in Gilbert.
A new two-year contract for Gilbert Unified School District Superintendent Dave Allison will be considered by the district’s governing board Tuesday night.
Dave Allison was named as the new superintendent of the Gilbert Unified School District at Tuesday night’s school board meeting.
The Tempe Union High School District has narrowed its superintendent search to five candidates.
Maricopa County’s top school administrator stands accused of paying political insiders thousands of dollars in school district funds in an effort to land a job with the Bush administration, along with several other financial misdeeds, the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office announced Monday.
The Gilbert Unified School District governing board will pick a new superintendent at today's board meeting, weeks earlier than originally anticipated, according to the board president. The meeting will be at 7 p.m. at Quartz Hill Elementary School, 3680 S. Quartz St. A dedication of the district's newest school is planned at 6 p.m.
Gilbert Unified School District will begin looking for a new superintendent now that the governing board has accepted Dave Allison’s letter of retirement.
Two women and two men, including an elementary school principal and a former math teacher, are in the running to be the next superintendent of the Gilbert Unified School District.
The Mesa Unified School District hired three new leaders Tuesday evening.
Superintendent Dave Allison’s future with the Gilbert Unified School District may be decided Thursday.
Benedictine University at Mesa dedicated its student services center Thursday for the campus that will open in downtown Mesa next fall.
The National Park Service wants to cut the annual number of tourist flights over the Grand Canyon by 30 percent, one of several proposals aimed at reducing aircraft noise heard on the ground.
The Chandler Chamber of Commerce has named the year's outstanding educator, administrator and paraeducator. They will be honored at a dinner June 2 at the Crowne Plaza San Marcos Resort.
For the first time in two decades, Maricopa County is going to have a new superintendent of schools.
The Chandler Unified School District’s James T. Perry Administration Building is about to undergo a $3.3 million renovation.
When Gary Nine accepted the position of interim superintendent for the Florence Unified School District, he walked into turmoil.
Technically, he’s on vacation, but Brad Barrett still pops in often to his empty office to finish out his days as Gilbert Unified School District’s superintendent. He’ll officially leave his post June 30, although he cleaned out his office last weekend.
Gilbert Unified School District has taken the first step toward completing its newest school as the governing board approved pre-construction services at its meeting Tuesday night, where officials also approved teacher salaries for the next school year.
East Valley school districts have 28 school board seats available in the upcoming Nov. 4 election. However, as of Monday, only 18 candidates have turned in their paperwork to fill those seats.
Students in Mary Ann Harriman’s foods class are learning about honey, and how the sticky sweet stuff is used in Greece. They might even try making baklava later this semester.
April 1, 2005
Facing some tough decisions, employees of the Mesa Unified School District began meeting Monday with administrators to work out the details of their upcoming contract.
State school districts want a delay in the law that requires they start providing four hours a day of special instruction to English learners beginning next school year.
The share of state tax dollars that actually winds up in the classroom continues to shrink.A new report Friday by the state Auditor General's Office found the percentage of funds that go to actual instruction dropped for the fourth year in a row.