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Craig Luketich, Mountain View High School
About an hour after the school day ends, Mountain View High School Principal Craig Luketich leaves a meeting to take a walk around the Mesa campus. He doesn’t get two steps outside the main office doors when he stops to chat with a handful of young men. He then waves to a few other students, says hello to a parent coming on campus, and makes his way into the center of the large school.
Mesa Unified School District will need to hire another high school principal after first-year principal Tim Richard announced he will leave Westwood High School at the end of the school year.
Craig Luketich, the long-time principal at Mesa’s Mountain View High School, is retiring from his position at the end of the school year.
Sounding like a man neither bitter nor apologetic, Tom Joseph is ready to move on from Mountain View.
Mountain View has fired football coach Tom Joseph.
Mesa Red Mountain’s baseball team saw its fielding problems disappear. But not its losing streak.
Debbie Middleton finds Mesa teeming with opportunities to dive in and get involved in helping others.
Ten of 17 principals chosen for a new state education honor are from the East Valley. Arizona Department of Education started the “Circle of Honor” program to honor the top 1 percent of principals in Arizona elementary and secondary schools.
Patterson isn’t sure what he is. Ask him that question before he toes the rubber and he will tell you he is a pitcher — a pitcher with a minuscule earned run average.
March 1, 2005
May 28, 2004
Amanda Tecson, 18, of Mesa got a happy surprise Wednesday about one hour before her high school graduation.
Mesa police disputed statements Thursday by Mesa Unified School District officials that Mountain View High School administrators followed police instructions when they did not report allegations made in September against a football player.
A Mountain View football player forcibly pulls a girl's head to his crotch — his second offense of a sexual nature — but school officials go to great lengths not to kick him off the team.
Two Mountain View High School administrators followed policy by not telling police that a football player forced a girl’s head into his crotch, Mesa school board members said Tuesday.