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Three Flagstaff Unified schools earn improved letter grades

According to school letter grades released by the Arizona State Board of Education, the 2018-19 school year was one of overall balance for Flagstaff Unified School District, with three schools earning improved grades and three dropping down a letter.

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Toy drive for foster care children kicks into gear

The Voices Toy Drive, which helps every child in Arizona’s foster care system, has kicked off and runs through Dec. 10. The drive provides brand new, age-appropriate items such as toys, games, books, sports equipment, and science and art kits…

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Chaparral, Desert Mountain communities under capacity

Scottsdale Unified School District wrapped up its quest to examine program capacity in the district, finding the Chaparral and Desert Mountain learning communities to be largely under capacity. Between the two communities, district officials said at the Nov. 5 special…

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Board puts Mesa schools superintendent on leave

The Mesa Public Schools Governing Board today placed Superintendent Dr. Ember Conley on paid non-disciplinary administrative leave, but gave no reason for taking the action. The board also appointed Deputy Superintendent Dr. Andi Fourlis to temporarily lead Arizona’s largest public…

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