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This lady feeds Chino Valley’s school children

President Harry S. Truman started the National School Lunch program in 1946. Since then 180 million lunches have been served to American school children. Mary Brown has worked in the Territorial Elementary School's kitchen for the past 15 years helping…

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Lions camp seeks financial assistance

Dozens of disabled Arizonans may not get to attend an annual summer camp in the White Mountains because of a money shortage. So parents of campers and the camp director are pointedly asking people and businesses to donate to Lions…

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Tucson Unified board approves Sanchez’ bonus

The TUSD Governing Board awarded Superintendent H.T. Sanchez a $12,600 bonus Tuesday for achieving 100 percent of his performance goals. The award, approved by governing board members Adelita Grijalva, Kristel Foster and Cam Juarez, comes on the heels of a…

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Globe Education Center celebrates final graduating class

Thirty-two graduates, gowned in maroon and gold, celebrated their successful completion of high school during a sunset ceremony at Dream Manor Inn last Tuesday, June 16. More than 300 family members, friends, and guests attended the ceremony to wish the…

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Arizona task force created to stem teacher brain drain

Jennifer Johnson, former superintendent of Glendale Union High School District, had been hearing about teachers leaving Arizona's public schools in droves, even before their contracts ended. "Arizona in the last couple of years has lost 20 percent of its first-year…

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The Blog: We Can’t Afford to Let Latino Students Fall Behind

Paul J. Luna, president and CEO of Helios Education Foundation and a board member of America's Promise Alliance: Across the country, American public schools are experiencing a major demographic shift. Latino students are our fastest growing student population, projected to…

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Tucson Unified board meeting to discuss teacher pay

ucson Unified School District board members will discuss employee compensation at their board meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday night. In December 2014, the district announced that TUSD employees, including teachers, would be getting their first pay increase in several…

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Teens become doctors, nurses in ‘Summer Scrubs’ program

While many high school students are spending their summer break relaxing, others from across Arizona are "trying on" a variety of health professions during the annual "Summer Scrubs" program at The University of Arizona College of Medicine - Phoenix campus.…

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