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WHI offers WUSD future support for tech, science, arts and more

The Winslow Unified School District governing board met last week and heard a presentation from World Homes Initiative (WHI), a group of innovators and developers looking to bring housing and manufacturing into Winslow.  Roland Standich, president of contributing partner to…

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Holbrook principals present changes and goals for new year

The Holbrook Unified School District No. 3 Governing Board convened last Tuesday, Sept. 13, with school principals presenting a profile on each of their schools in the district for the new school year.  Park and Hulet Elementary schools Principal Kevin…

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4 seeking 2 seats on HUSD school board

As the General Election nears, and soon mail-in ballots will be sent out, attention turns to local school board elections, including two, four-year seats on the Humboldt Unified School District Governing Board.

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Dual language programs educate many students in the Valley

It's a full-on, immersive, interactive foreign language experience, and it's happening in our own backyard without ever stepping foot in a foreign country! "We like to speak in Spanish a lot," explains Finley Pearson, a fifth-grade student at Gilbert Elementary…

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Arizona high schoolers will be required to pass civics test

Gov. Doug Ducey has passed 387 bills during the second session of Arizona's 55th Legislature. Most recently, he has signed bills that prioritized K-12 education, public safety, water security, infrastructure, veterans, health care and more.  Going into effect last Saturday,…

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