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Benson Middle School Spring Festival Wednesday

Looking at ways to raise money for Benson Middle School for promotion of student and academic recognition, a school-wide collaborative effort has resulted in BMS’ Spring Festival set for Wednesday. The event, the school’s first, runs from 3 to 7…

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Festival brings Shakespearian times to life

Jousting, sword fighting and performances of William Shakespeare plays are just some of the activities in store for the community at the Chino Valley High School Honors Academy's first Shakespeare Festival.

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Faced with Cuts, ‘Camp Cooper’ Turns to Public for Help

The results of belt-tightening in the state budget are beginning to trickle down to programs around Arizona, including the Cooper Center for Environmental Learning – better known around Tucson as Camp Cooper. The center will lose about $100,000, or half…

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Sonny Rodriguez named outstanding faculty member

Cottonwood resident Sonny Rodriguez, an automotive technology instructor at the Yavapai College Career and Technical Education Center (CTEC), was honored Friday night as CTEC's outstanding full-time faculty member for 2015.

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Tucson Schools Serve Bounty from Gardens

If you drive by schools in Tucson, you are likely to spot vegetable gardens. The idea of teaching students through gardening has flourished in the last few years. Now a new movement, known as Garden to Cafeteria is starting to…

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Chandler high school students skip AzMERIT test

The replacement to the AIMs test is not proving to be so popular. In fact, hundreds of high school students in the Chandler Unified School District passed on the chance to pass the AzMERIT test, KJZZ reports. While sophomores usually…

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Arizona House Speaker tours Vail high school JTED program

Arizona House Speaker David Gowan toured the JTED (Joint Technical Education District) classes at Andrada Polytechnic High Monday, as Arizona Legislatures are facing a possible special legislative session to deal with JTED spending cuts. Governor Doug Ducey has proposed a…

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Teacher claims meals too sugary

The Breakfast in the Classroom program at West Sedona School provides free breakfasts to all students, yet first-grade teacher Gail Basham said the meals are not meeting federal standards.

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Nogales High School senior off to UA with big scholarship

Arlinne Rodriguez, a senior at Nogales High School, has been awarded a scholarship valued at more than $115,000 to attend the University of Arizona. The merit-based Flinn Scholarship includes the cost of tuition, room and board, funding for international study-related…

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