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Safford schools stress zero tolerance

The Safford School District demonstrated its desire to set the tone early when it comes to rule breakers. The district recently enacted quick suspensions of elementary students who either brought weapons to school or took part in an assault.

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Arizona students selected to All-American marching band

Perry High School seniors Gabrielle King and Parker Kauffman don’t play football, but they’re headed to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. King and Parker were selected from among 1,300 applicants to join the 125-member All-American marching band that will perform during…

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Williams in-home daycares recognized for high quality care

Two daycare centers in Williams recently earned the second highest quality rating from First Things First's Quality First program. April's Child Care and Kelly's Kiddy Farm both received four out of five star quality ratings. According to the organization's website, "First…

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Special license plate provides education funding

Motorists can now help fund innovative teacher projects by buying a new specialty license plate. The “Extraordinary Educators” plate will help Arizona public educators “who propose extraordinary activities, projects or lessons for students in K-8,” according to the Arizona Department of…

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‘Kids at Hope’ seeks to form positive mindsets

Kids at Hope founder and president Rick Miller shared his Phoenix-based nonprofit's positive message of juvenile empowerment Friday during a special presentation in the jury assembly room at the Yavapai County Courthouse. In attendance were various agencies, including educators and…

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Pioneer medicine woman visits Granville fifth-graders

Faith Roelofs adjusted her bonnet and hoisted her basket full of herbal remedies on her way to talk to fifth-grade students at Granville Elementary School. She did not bring the herd of goats that made Arizona pioneer Mary Ramos famous…

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Dorothy Stinson students perform

The first semester has been busy for the students at Dorothy Stinson School. Not only have the students been working hard academically, but they have also been showing their talents in performances.

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Northland Prep bike program gets educational grant

SCA has awarded an environmental education grant to Northland Preparatory Academy. Representatives from the global hygiene and forest products company presented a $2,780 check to NPA on Dec. 5 to support the school’s Bicycle of Power and Recycling Energy Education program.

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