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With only a couple weeks remaining until the badminton team and individual state tournaments (Oct. 18-19 for individuals; Oct. 28 for team championships), one of the final wider-scale tournaments takes place this weekend.
Here is a collection of thoughts and stories from those who've crossed paths (personally or professionally) with former Higley district athletic director Art Wagner, who died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound on May 15.
Expect More Arizona, a statewide education advocacy organization dedicated to raising education expectations in Arizona announced four Excellence Tour Spotlight award winners during an event held on Tuesday, including Mesa's Great Hearts Academies. According to a release, "the Phoenix finalists for the Expect More Excellence Tour demonstrate and celebrate what Arizonans are doing today to elevate world-class education in the community."
Gilbert high schools were honored last week with the College Board’s Advanced Placement Honor Roll.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal has announced that Dr. Jennifer M. Johnson was named deputy superintendent of programs and policy for the Arizona Department of Education, replacing John Stollar. Her first day at the Department was Aug. 30.
Aaron Windler spent a year studying about.
Who's got the oldest car in Arizona?
Who's got the oldest car in Arizona?
Latin students at Desert Vista High School in the Tempe Union High School District rose early one November morning and participated in the MS Walk at the Phoenix Zoo. Dressed in togas, they joined fellow Latin students from Chandler Preparatory, Scottsdale Preparatory, Glendale Preparatory, and Xavier and Brophy college preparatories to raise money for multiple sclerosis research. In late October, the students also participated in the Autism Walk at Tempe Town Lake and sponsored a collection for the Arizona Animal Welfare League.
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TUCSON – At a time when one-in-eight students in Arizona qualify for English language services, the state has made controversial and — according to the federal government – possibly unlawful changes to its language education program.
Homeowners in a handful of school districts are in for a nasty surprise because of some changes state lawmakers made in education finance laws in the name of “fairness.”
Gilbert High School and Desert Vista High School, an Ahwatukee Foothills school in the Tempe Union High School District, will both represent Arizona in this year's Fiesta Bowl National Band Championship and Fiesta Bowl Parade.
National Education Conference this weekend
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors has appointed a former school board member to the Arizona Senate.
The locals in 5A Division I and 5A Division II came away pretty much as expected in the first round of the state football playoffs Friday night. But more East Valley schools on the 4A-I and 4A-II side of the ledger are putting away gear this weekend than not.
One of Gov. Janet Napolitano’s greatest achievements is threatened as she prepares to leave office.
Phoenix Desert Vista is expected to hire Rachel Proudfoot as its girls basketball coach. The hiring is contingent on the Tempe Union High School District board’s approval, which is expected to occur today.
Joey DeMichele and Adam Joffey led a 17-hit, 15-run outburst as Arcadia beat Flagstaff 15-1 Saturday in a five-inning 4A-II nonregion baseball game at Arcadia.
Scottsdale Chaparral football coach Charlie Ragle is desperately trying not to look ahead, but he knows full well what’s on the horizon.
At Westwood High School, a handful of advisers spends long hours struggling to link their 2,300 students with colleges across the country. The campus is nestled within a neighborhood of aging houses and unadorned apartments in northwest Mesa.
Last year, 5-year-old Lexie Weck couldn’t speak. The words “yes” and “no” meant nothing to the little curly-haired girl with cerebral palsy, autism and mild mental retardation.
Next time candidates run for school boards, they might have to post a photograph on the Internet and tell how long they’ve been married and where their children attend school.
The Tribune has received many Letters to the Editor dealing with issues in Tuesday's election. Not all the letters could be printed in the newspaper due to space constraints, so we are posting them online so our readers have a chance to see them all. Letters are separated by topics.
A Gilbert seventh-grader provided information leading to Monday’s arrest of two teen counselors accused of abusing children at a Prescott leadership camp last summer.