A gathering was held last weekend at the Landmark Restaurant in Mesa where a collection of people pushing 90 years of age, along with friends and family members, congregated for one last grand reunion for Mesa High School’s Class of 1944.
To some it came as something of a shock. To others it said power of the people can do some amazing things when it is exercised. In this case it was a matter of the Clifton School Board raising property…
The butterflies started to creep into Coconino High School junior Leah Weinzinger’s stomach as she listened to the other eight competitors.
Despite a windy Monday morning, and the first day back from Spring Break, students at Willow Creek Charter School were all smiles on Monday, March 17.
A UA doctoral graduate was honored by the White House on Tuesday for his work to provide area students with the opportunity to experience nature and conduct scientific research.
The University of Arizona Eller College of Management announced Wednesday that it will move to downtown Phoenix from its north Scottsdale location.
The Scottsdale Unified School District is looking at reducing art, music and physical-education classes next year as a way to close its nearly $4 million budget gap.
Gila County School Superintendent Linda O’Dell has announced the timeline and process for appointment of a board member to the Hayden-Winkelman Unified School District Governing Board.
Gilbert schools' newest interim superintendent has landed in a district that's struggling with a recent string of top-level resignations, a squabbling board, looming budget cuts and public outcry over growing controversy.
The Superior High School Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) held their fifth annual Cancer Fight by Candlelight event.
The Scottsdale Unified School District will close Tonalea Elementary School at the end of this year but the ultimate fate of the campus is unknown.
Every day, teen drivers needlessly die in America in what is perhaps one of the most easiest preventable way.
The United Way of Graham County recently provided 25 students with scholarships.
Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal visited Mingus Union High School in Cottonwood for a question-and-answer town hall on the evening of March 4, the second of two such gatherings in Yavapai County.
While one school board member wanted more information about a high school football excursion to the Bahamas to play against other teams from around the United States, two were unwilling to wait, causing the one to vote to approve along…