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Mammoth STEM students publish book

Four fourth and fifth grade students from Mammoth Elementary STEM School along with their tutor, Stephen Rumsey, have written a book and had it published.   Rumsey teaches science as part of the tutoring program of SaddleBrooke Outreach. He has…

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College board hears update on La Paz activities

When the Governing Board of Arizona Western College met Nov. 20 in Parker, they got an update on what’s been going on with the college’s campuses in La Paz County. Katheline Ocampo, the Dean for La Paz County Services, gave…

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Sinagua Middle School celebrates National History Day

After nearly two months’ worth of research, writing, planning and cutting and pasting, students at Sinagua Middle School unveiled their National History Day projects Thursday. The majority of the projects were posters with displays, but some students created websites or…

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Former NFL player motivates Williams High School students

Former NFL quarterback Travis Brown spent six seasons leading his teammates with the Seattle Seahawks, Buffalo Bills and Indianapolis Colts, and another four seasons leading his teammates at Northern Arizona University (NAU), but these days Brown is leading in other…

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Rio Rico teacher wins national prize for safety

Richard McPherson, agricultural science teacher at Rio Rico High School, received a national award for helping students recognize and mitigate workplace hazards while preparing them for the future. McPherson was named 2017 CareerSafe National Safety Educator of the Year at…

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Douglas Unified board finalizes changes to open enrollment

The Douglas School Board finalized its changes to the Open Enrollment policy at its Dec. 5 regular school board meeting. The changes will go into effect immediately. At the November special board meeting, the board discussed at length open enrollment…

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Quentin Elementary beats the odds, goes gold

After three years as a member of Beat the Odds, an initiative founded by the Center for the Future of Arizona, Quentin Elementary School in Avondale has been honored with the program’s prestigious gold award. Primarily serving schools with low-income,…

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