Preview: Mingus High School graduation Friday
Valley Union’s senior class of 2022 held graduation ceremonies Friday, May 20.
Photos: 2022 Lake Havasu High School graduation
School district will review campus safety policies
After former coach Rishard Davis departed Santa Cruz following a 2020 state title victory, James Fitzgerald was brought in to keep the winning tradition alive. However, after only one year, Fitzgerald has decided to leave the program.
State and area superintendents have high hopes Arizona’s Legislature will invest at least $1 billion of an almost $5 billion budget surplus into enhancing K-12 public education so children are given more academic and enrichment opportunities.
With the news of the violence in Texas filling our newsfeeds, a Valley therapist offers tips on how to talk to kids about the school shooting.
School shootings have become something a generation of teachers, students and parents have had to live with.
The horrific school shooting in Texas is another reminder of the dangers our students, teachers and staff face. Yet, they prepare for that reality on a daily basis. “It’s evacuate, barricade, and fight, so just depending, it’s age-specific,” Joe Deedon…
A study by University of Arizona economists shows teacher salaries in Tucson aren’t keeping up with the nation or even Western cities comparable in size or cost of living
Arizona politicians reacted Tuesday to a mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, that left 19 students and two adults dead.
Whether it’s a weekday intrasquad practice or the Super Bowl, most of us don’t pay much attention to what the playing surface for a sporting event looks like or how it feels. But Brian Johnson called that his livelihood for…
Flagstaff seniors awarded first Camp Colton scholarships
Flagstaff High School senior Anni Woods has been awarded a full-tuition scholarship through the Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP), and will be heading to Paul Smith’s College in New York in the fall to study baking and pastry arts.…
The head of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration told Congress on Wednesday that he’s found no evidence of intentional delay or malfeasance within the agency — though it took months to act on a whistleblower report of what he…
First-year school therapist Melonie Call is pioneering a new therapeutic photography group to help students dealing with difficult emotions brought on by the pandemic at Heartland Ranch Elementary.