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Credit Union West has announced that the organization’s 2021 Scholarship Program is now accepting applications from high school seniors in Maricopa, Pima, Pinal, Yavapai, Yuma, Mohave, … more
There were 17 crimes reported in 2019 at two of Central Arizona College’s five campuses in Pinal County, according to a federally mandated campus-security report released Dec. 7. Two … more
Six to 10 Apache Junction High School students will travel March 8-12 to Washington, D.C., for a military orientation trip. The travel for members of the Naval Junior Reserve Officers’ … more
Mesa Community College, the only college in Arizona to offer the AppleCare Technician certificate program, offers two eight-week, for-credit, evening AppleCare courses this spring. The courses … more
Students will move to an in-person learning model March 22 in the Apache Junction school district. The change from online-only to in-person instruction was approved unanimously at the Jan. 12 … more
Registration is open for spring 2021 courses at Central Arizona College. Classes will begin Jan. 19. Funding may be available for those interested in starting or continuing their … more
Apache Junction Unified School District is seeking sponsors of $500 to $4,000 for its annual Teacher of the Year and Rookie Teacher of the Year celebration. Three veteran teachers and one teacher … more
Career pathway, profession, occupation, trade, etc., are all synonymous terms that are most likely very familiar to today’s students and in professional education arenas. These terms are also … more
The year 2020 marked the second year that the Gold Canyon Arts Council collaborated with the Lead Guitar program at Four Peaks Elementary School in Apache Junction. Lead Guitar, a nonprofit based … more
Mediacom Communications is offering $60,000 in scholarship support for high school seniors who plan to obtain further education. The scholarship program is in its 20th consecutive year and … more
More than $88,000 will be distributed to 203 EVIT high school instructors and classified staff as a COVID-19 training and classroom preparation stipend. Amounts range from $31.25 for a certified … more
Registration is open for spring 2021 courses at Central Arizona College. Classes will begin Jan. 19, 2021. Funding may be available for those interested in starting or continuing their … more
Learning to ride horses and understanding the economics of equine ownership are part of an eight-week program for home-schooled students that begins in January. Circle C Riding Academy will be … more
Dr. Krista Anderson had singular focus when she became an educator. more
The challenge: A rural village of about 500 families, plus livestock and domestic animals, needed help in developing a secure potable water supply for domestic use. Thousands of miles away, six … more
Incumbent Cami Garcia and newcomers Bobby Bauders and Gilbert “Gil” K. Cancio were elected to the Apache Junction Unified School District Governing Board, according to unofficial results … more
Jump into spring at Central Arizona College by attending one of the upcoming online informational sessions. Prospective and current CAC students can meet with representatives from the … more
Students will move Monday to an online learning model in the Apache Junction school district until Jan. 19 because of increased COVID-19 numbers. “That gives us two weeks after the winter … more
Two of the 16 adults and one of the 15 students who have tested positive for COVID-19 at Apache Junction Unified School District are hospitalized, a district official said. “(W)ithin the … more
Registration is open for spring 2021 courses at Central Arizona College. Classes will begin Jan. 19, 2021. Funding may be available for those interested in starting or continuing their … more
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