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Nogales High School wins state title at MESA Day

Nogales High School won the first-place trophy at the Arizona Math Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) competition at the University of Arizona on April 18. Desert Shadows Middle School took third place at the event known as “MESA Day” and Wade Carpenter…

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Tucson Schools Participating in Teacher Appreciation Week

Schools in Southern Arizona are participating in National Teacher Appreciation by organizing events for teachers and giving out goodies. “Anyone in the community can do something to say thank you to teachers this week,” saidTucson Values Teachers Interim Director Katie Rogerson.…

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Students plant tree in honor of late teacher

 In a combined Arbor/Earth Day event, students at Nikolaus Homestead Elementary School planted a flowering plum tree donated by the City of Show Low in honor of second grade teacher Melissa Pomeroy, who died last October. Pomeroy had been with…

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Arizona Kids with ADHD May Benefit from New Research

New research might help kids with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. A new study from the American Academy of Pediatrics finds a team approach involving parents, clinicians and doctors significantly improves social skills and overall behavior, and has a positive impact…

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Low wages spur teacher exodus

Sedona-Oak Creek School District teachers and classified staff are required to either accept or decline their contracts for the 2015-16 school year by Friday, May 1 - a date that, according to sources within the district, will mark a large…

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Tuition for UA Freshmen Will Be $11,403, Up 4.1%

Tuition for incoming freshmen at the University of Arizona will be $11,403, the Arizona Board of Regents decided Monday. That is a 4.1 percent increase from the current freshman tuition under the UA's tuition guarantee program. That means the tuition…

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