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Marana teacher wins award

Leila Sanchez, Kindergarten teacher at Open Doors Community School in Marana. Leila is the January 2014 TVT/OfficeMax Teacher Excellence award winner.

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Rattlesnake Ridge student wins spelling bee

Sixth grade student, Matthew Glasshoff, became the Marana Unified School District's spelling bee champion in the 13th round. The Rattlesnake Ridge Elementary student correctly spelled the final word "stipple" after respelling "diagnosis" which was spelled incorrectly by his opponent.

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Agua Fria district talks capacity, expansion

With the Agua Fria Union High School District having room for a little more than 200 extra students next year, talks have begun about the possible need for expansion. Officials have identified the potential need for a fifth school in the…

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Youngker H.S. students serve on advisory council

Three seniors at Youngker High School in Buckeye are helping to make a difference in the state’s public education system. Carrie Conner, 17, Alexis Williams, 17, and Angie De La Cruz, 18, are serving on Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction John…

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Bob Oliphant resigns from Yavapai College board

The sole 10-year facilities plan dissenter on the Yavapai College Governing Board has resigned after members decided 4-1 in December to move into the budgeting phase of the process.  Robert Oliphant was the only member to vote against continuing to…

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Sahuarita SciTech Festival puts careers front and center

Hundreds of students milled about the Sahuarita Middle School gym Thursday, learning about mining, insects, the layers in a strand of hair and hybrid car engines. While the lessons intrigued many of the seventh- and eighth-graders, business leaders hope the exhibits…

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Willcox building committee dispels rumors of new gym

The Willcox School District’s Building Committee addressed rumors regarding the new gym at the high school. They met last Tuesday with phase 2 bond project Architect Paul Holland of HDA Architects, D.L. Withers Construction Project Manager Brad Walker and Skip…

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FAFSA February sets up Arizona students to score the most aid

College bound students are faced each year with rising tuition and higher expenses as they pursue their higher education dreams. For students and families of all financial situations, completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) remains the most…

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