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To many teenagers, homecoming has become an expected part of their high school experience. But one group of Corona del Sol High School students received a special invitation to their first homecoming dance just this year.
Parents will find few states that offer families as many schooling options as Arizona. A longtime leader in the national school choice movement, Arizona has an education marketplace with a school for nearly any income, interest or situation.
TUHSD workers attempt to pull down a tree that was hit during the storm on Monday, July 15, 2013.
The Montessori Exploratory Committee has moved forward in its year-long proposal to build a stand-alone Montessori high school within Tempe Union, gaining added support from parents.
Athletes of all ages have become more specialized.
After nearly a year since a committee was made to explore the idea of a Montessori high school for the Tempe Union High School District (TUHSD), school officials are taking the next steps toward making that idea reality.
The Mountain Pointe softball program is hosting its Fifth Annual Bocce Ball Tournament at 10 a.m. on Saturday at Ahwatukee Community Park, 4700 E. Warner Road. There is a $50 entry free with cash prizes for the top teams.
Tempe Union High School District is celebrating the good works of its students in videos online.
New Year’s Eve is the last day local school districts will be accepting tax credit donations for the year.
The Tempe Union High School District’s 2013 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists were recognized at an awards reception on Oct. 29 at Desert Vista High School. Families, friends and principals were joined by Superintendent Dr. Kenneth Baca and governing board members Michelle Helm, Zita Johnson, DeeAnne McClenahan, David Schapira and Mary Lou Taylor. Dr. David Garcia, ASU associate professor, Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation, was the guest speaker.
Results from Tuesday’s election have named new local school district governing board members as well as an approval of the well-known bond initiative for Tempe Union High School District.
Results from last night’s election have named new local school district governing board members as well as an approval of the well-known bond initiative for Tempe Union High School District.
Parents and students who are currently in eighth grade and their parents are invited to attend open house events at each of Tempe Union’s six comprehensive high schools.
Tempe Union High School District’s governing board made some of the last revisions to the 2012-2017 Strategic Plan during a study session last week, which could be approved on Nov. 7.
I personally know Dave Wells and I’m positive that he is our best choice to work on the Tempe Union High School District Governing Board. As a father of three high school children and an award-winning teacher at Arizona State University, Wells understands what it takes to provide the best in teaching. He will use his family and professional experiences to foster improvement in the educational achievements of the district. Wells will also work to advance student nutrition. He values community access and involvement with the school district. I encourage you to join me in voting for Dave Wells. A vote to elect Wells is a vote to ensure that the local school board is the best that it can be for the students and for the future of the community.
Five candidates are vying for three available seats on the Tempe Union High School District Governing Board. After a few rounds of forums in and out of the community, each candidate has gotten the chance to speak directly to residents about issues like the proposed bond/override, the aimed sales-tax increase of Prop 204, and classroom size, among others.
Tempe Union High School District will ask voters to approve a 15 percent override along with a $75 million bond next month.
Don Hawker during the Tempe Union High School District candidates forum at Mountain Pointe High School on Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012.
Michelle Helm during the Tempe Union High School District candidates forum at Mountain Pointe High School on Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012.
Arizona has often been viewed as the state with the most options for school choice.