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Skyline High School’s band will have its rendition of the National Anthem performed throughout the rest of the week on a local radio station after winning a local contest.
A student-teacher has been accused of having sexual conduct with a Tempe High School student.
Tempe-based homebuilder Fulton Homes and KTAR 620 sports radio are partering to offer one deserving 12-to-17-year-old student-athlete the chance at monthly $100 Sports Authority gift certificates and eventually a $5,000 scholarship,
To be named a Blue Ribbon School is the highest achievement an elementary, middle or high school can achieve.
Mesquite defensive lineman Dequan Samual and Cactus offensive lineman Drake Fulton (75) scramble to recover a Cactus fumble during the second half of their football game on Friday, October 11, 2013. [Ralph Freso/ Special to Tribune]
Andrew Rascon of Chandler’s Fulton Elementary Kids Express and the ICAN program in Chandler are finalists for Arizona Center for After-school Excellence awards.
Dianne Szonn believes technology should be embraced and used as a daily learning tool in classrooms. Szoon, a fifth-grade teacher at Red Mountain Elementary School in Mesa, designed the school’s website and holds technology education sessions with co-workers, students and even parents. For Szonn, computer technology gives students and teachers an upper hand in learning and teaching.
Susan Wright, owner of The Gilbert House Restaurant, is shown with her daughter Andrea Fulton and son Garrett Ekis, who help out at the Gilbert eatery, shown Monday, July 15, 2013.
Susan Wright, owner of The Gilbert House Restaurant, is shown with her daughter Andrea Fulton,left, and son Garrett Ekis, who help out at the Gilbert eatery, shown Monday, July 15, 2013. [Tim Hacker/ Tribune]
George Zimmerman's trial in the shooting death of teen Trayvon Martin lasted nearly three weeks and concluded Saturday night with an acquittal. The case prompted debate nationwide over racial profiling, self-defense and equal justice.
U.S. Marshalls caught another fugitive who has been on the run for more than a decade after being convicted of sexual assault charges in Arizona.
Mesquite High School will graduate 446 students this year. Students have been awarded just over $6 million in scholarships.
Recovery seems to be on the minds of many these days as the economy continues to shake off the after-effects of the recession. Housing prices and sales are climbing, the unemployment rate is falling and near record-low mortgage rates are bringing potential buyers who had been reluctant to make a move during the housing downturn back into the market.
East Valley homebuilders are charging forward with developments and new construction as customers continue to flow through the doors.
Supporters of Gov. Jan Brewer’s performance-based education funding model for school districts and charter holders say concerns about the formula’s effects on schools in low-income areas don’t take into account the bigger picture.
Robert Pizorno, a Phoenix attorney who has worked for elected officials from the local to federal level, will be the new chief of staff for Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio.
Arizona State University President Michael Crow will receive the Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame Society’s highest award for his support of veterans through his leadership, actions and advocacy.
The Gilbert Chamber of Commerce will celebrate the impact women have had on the local business community over the last year when it hosts its annual Business Woman of the Year awards luncheon Wednesday afternoon.
More than 6,000 students will graduate from Arizona State University this semester.
Desert Vista High School’s Wind Ensemble is doing its part to live up to the school’s mission of inspiring a community of learning by demonstrating excellence in arts.
There’s something missing from our current debate about national health care. Too few are talking about actual health. We lament the red tape, the gaps in insurance coverage and the costs that seem to escalate daily. But we often forget the central point: Our own individual health and well being. How can Americans be healthier, feel better and live longer?
High school seniors, as well as sophomores and juniors, are invited to attend Future ASU STEM Devil Night at Arizona Science Center, 600 E. Washington St. in Phoenix. Students and their families will have an opportunity to meet with representatives from admissions, financial aid, and a variety of schools that focus on STEM-based careers.