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Peoria group steps up for Luke AFB kids

The John J. Morris American Legion Auxiliary Unit in Peoria sponsored a Wazee’s World Kid’s Day on April 19 to recognize and help relieve the stress that Luke Air Force Base families of deployed soldiers face. Children’s reactions to a…

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Douglas Unified honors Diamond Scholars

The Douglas Unified School District held its fourth annual Diamond Scholars Academic Awards Ceremony, recognizing 306 students, in fourth through twelfth grade, on April 30. Two ceremonies separated the elementary and middle school from the high school students, who received special medallions at the…

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Heritage Elementary hosts family-friendly Color Run

Show your true colors and support your local charter school with a fun run/walk through powerful pops of color targeted to tie-dye any white T-shirt. On May 9 at 9 a.m., kids and adults can support Heritage Elementary School’s Glendale…

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Arizona universities’ tuition, student fees to increase

In-state students at Arizona State University will pay a one-time $320 surcharge for the next year. Tuition is also going up for new undergraduates at the University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University but not for current students in guaranteed-tuition…

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Nogales High School wins state title at MESA Day

Nogales High School won the first-place trophy at the Arizona Math Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) competition at the University of Arizona on April 18. Desert Shadows Middle School took third place at the event known as “MESA Day” and Wade Carpenter…

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Tucson Schools Participating in Teacher Appreciation Week

Schools in Southern Arizona are participating in National Teacher Appreciation by organizing events for teachers and giving out goodies. “Anyone in the community can do something to say thank you to teachers this week,” saidTucson Values Teachers Interim Director Katie Rogerson.…

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Masters named Cross Grades Teacher of the Year

Mountain Institute JTED and Mayer High School are proud to announce that Ms. Bethany Masters is Yavapai County's 2015 Teacher of the Year as a Cross Grade Specialist (9th-12th Grade). She received the award at the Yavapai County Education Foundation's…

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