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A Chandler family is in mourning after the death of one of its members during a trip to Hawaii earlier this month.
The Gilbert Public Schools district has hired Brian Jaeger to serve as its executive director of secondary schools.
Gilbert Public Schools recently filled four open administrative positions ahead of the 2014-15 school year.
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The Town of Gilbert will now offer a basketball league for women interested in playing the game on Friday nights.
Gilbert Unified School District’s new interim superintendent will give the school board the next recommendation on what to do with the popular Gilbert Classical Academy.
A committee asked to look a Gilbert Classical Academy and whether or not the program should be expanded will present to the district governing board 7 p.m. Thursday at the district office, 140 S. Gilbert Road.
There’s space in the Gilbert Unified School District for another 570 elementary students, 625 junior high students and 500 high school students, according to a report being presented Tuesday night to the district governing board.
A decision by the Gilbert Unified School District governing board April 9 means a junior high principal will remain in his job next school year.
The Gilbert Unified School District will hire a facilitator to help gather information about what qualities the community wants in its next superintendent.
Students from Gilbert Junior High School said the campus was abuzz with excitement Wednesday after the district board voted 4-1 Tuesday to rescind a prior decision to close the campus.
Two years ago, the Tempe Elementary School District governing board voted to close three schools.
Gilbert Junior High School seventh-graders may not know until early next year where they will attend school in August 2013, following a decision by the district governing board Tuesday night.
Noting the short notice given to the community about a vote to close Gilbert Junior High School, the district governing board decided Tuesday that the school will close for the 2014-2015 school and a transition team will come up with a recommendation about what happens next school year.
The Gilbert Unified School District has moved its Tuesday governing board meeting -- when the board will vote on whether to close Gilbert Junior High -- to the cafeteria of Mesquite High School.
Many parents were unhappy Tuesday night as they learned more about their school district’s proposal to close Gilbert Junior High as a neighborhood school and move Gilbert Classical Academy into its space.
Gilbert Junior High School would be closed as a neighborhood school and Gilbert Classical Academy would move there under a plan outlined in a parent letter sent home this week.
What’s even better than getting your high school diploma?
A new law signed this week by Gov. Jan Brewer could give an estimated 100,000 children in Arizona schools a check from the state to go to a private or parochial school instead.
School may be over in the next few weeks for East Valley school districts, but food and nutrition departments don’t get any time off.
Students from Chandler, Gilbert and Phoenix writing to the theme, "Veterans, Our Resilient Heroes," took top honors in the VA Veterans Day Parade Essay Contest.
Six Gilbert Unified School District junior highs recently received $2,500 checks from the Friends of the Southeast Regional and Perry Branch libraries. The funds will be used to purchase new books and supplies and replace those beyond repair.
Arizona is the sixth largest state in the U.S. I am proud to live in Arizona for many reasons. Arizona can state some of the nation’s best landscapes. The Grand Canyon is a great attraction to our state. The warm weather, different-cultured people and living in a wonderful neighborhood makes me proud to live in Arizona.
The speed photo enforcement program that created a stir along the state's highways is sputtering away, along with the memories of those who made the cameras famous.
The Gilbert Town Council voted to give additional funding to the aquatics department this week, allowing the department to add more public swimming hours the next few months, said Rob Giles, recreation superintendent for the town.