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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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Arizona State charter school wins $2.9 million innovation grant

A charter school system sponsored by Arizona State University will be receiving a sizable grant from the Department of Education in order to integrate the use of technology into its classrooms. ASU Preparatory Academy, with six schools and four locations near or on university campuses,…

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Seeking answers, Florence Unified hears more questions

The Florence Unified School District held a public forum at the Florence High cafetorium on Jan. 15, looking for suggestions on how to trim $1.7 million from the next maintenance and operations budget. Solutions from the 40 people in attendance were…

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School Breakfast Report ranks Arizona 27th

Arizona is doing slightly better when it comes to getting a nutritious breakfast into the mouths of low-income students, according to the School Breakfast Scorecard released by the Food Research and Action Center. The state is ranked 27th, two spots…

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Tucson Waldorf School offers preview of curriculum

The Tucson Waldorf School is opening its doors to give the public a look at its arts-based curriculum. The admissions preview for grades first through eighth will be held Sunday from noon to 1 p.m. at the Waldorf River Bend campus, 3605 E.…

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Chandler, ASU team up for high-tech workshop

Arizona State University and Chandler officials gathered recently to celebrate a place where ideas can be brought to life. The city and university have partnered with California-based TechShop to open a high-tech workshop where ASU students and the public have access to…

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