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First day of school in Parker Unified

Aug. 5 was the first day of the new school year in the Parker Unified School District. It was a day for students to connect with friends and find their way to new classrooms. The first day of school was…

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APS, Phoenix Suns team up for ‘STEM’ grants

Arizona Public Service and the Phoenix Suns are teaming up to help schools all around the state. Together, they're offering a total of $50,000 dollars in mini-grants for projects that promote science, technology, engineering, and math.

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How to pack a healthy school lunch for your student

Food fuels our bodies the same way gas fuels a car, and the right foods and drinks can actually help children who play sports be better athletes. Many professional teams employ dietitians and nutritionists to help players choose foods packed…

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Safford schools show solid growth

Safford Unified School District can boast having the top performing schools in Graham County, while Morenci takes top honors in Greenlee. The annual school report card was released by the Arizona Department of Education Monday, and Safford Unified has two…

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Hope is theme for Kids at Hope

Actor brothers Ryan, left, and Reese Hartwig meet with students after speaking at a welcome back to school assembly last week Wednesday at Toltec Elementary School. Reese was in “Earth to Echo” and Ryan appeared in “World War Z.” The…

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Navajo County Students Rank 9th In Reading

Nearly 72 percent of students in kindergarten through sixth grade in Navajo County passed the reading portion of Arizona’s Instrument to Measure Standards (AIMS) test, placing the county ninth when compared to results from the 14 other counties in the…

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4 vie for 2 seats on Scottsdale school board

Four candidates are vying for the two open seats on the Scottsdale Unified School District governing board this fall. Incumbent Pam Kirby is running for re-election. Kim Hartmann, Laddie Guy Shane and Francesca Thomas also are running. Denny Brown is…

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Surprise police issue challenge to high school students

Selected students at three West Valley high schools are taking part in a challenge presented by the Surprise Police Department to acknowledge the students' hard work and help keep them on the right track. It's called the SRO Challenge Coin…

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