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Tax credit donations useful for districts and charters

Principals of the nine Humboldt Unified School District schools will accept any and all tax credit money that comes their way. The money helps pay for field trips, music, drama and art programs, athletics, and any before- or after-school programs. If taxpayers…

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Districts converting to charter schools for money not choices

PHOENIX – Public school districts continuously clamor for more money, whether it’s done through the legislature or by raising property taxes for bonds and/or budget overrides. However, districts have recently come up with a new scheme to raise more money by…

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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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