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Years before Roman Rozell became a Green Beret and the oldest man to compete in an NCAA wrestling match, he was an overweight and troubled kid at Apache Junction High School. Mr. Rozell’s … more
Discussion on “a threatened litigation matter” and an interim superintendent and/or superintendent search process are topics of the Apache Junction Unified School District Governing … more
Due to the pandemic, many great highly qualified Arizonans have been laid off and Arizona Toastmasters wants to help them. Arizona Toastmasters (District 3) is hosting its second Toastmasters … more
The Apache Junction Unified School District Governing Board approved a severance agreement with superintendent Dr. Krista Anderson effective June 30 during a short public meeting on April 1. As … more
Due to the pandemic, many great highly qualified Arizonans have been laid off and Arizona Toastmasters wants to help them. Arizona Toastmasters (District 3) is hosting its second Toastmasters … more
Due to the pandemic, many great highly qualified Arizonans have been laid off and Arizona Toastmasters wants to help them. Arizona Toastmasters (District 3) is hosting its second Toastmasters … more
Are you interested in a career in the fast-growing fields of energy, construction, advanced manufacturing or distribution but don’t know where to start? Register for a virtual skilled trades … more
Apache Junction High School got the band back together Monday morning — literally and figuratively. Students returning to campus for the resumption of in-person learning were serenaded by … more
Community organizations across Pinal County are coming together starting April 12 to celebrate the Week of the Young Child online. First Things First, Arizona’s early childhood agency, and … more
Are you interested in a career in the fast-growing fields of energy, construction, advanced manufacturing or distribution but don’t know where to start? Register for a virtual skilled trades … more
Students and faculty members of Central Arizona College’s Alpha Theta Delta Chapter received awards during the recent 2021 Arizona Region Phi Theta Kappa Convention. This year’s … more
Community organizations across Pinal County are coming together starting April 12 to celebrate the Week of the Young Child online. First Things First, Arizona’s early childhood agency, and … more
Four Central Arizona College students have been selected to the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society All-Arizona Academic Team. All-Arizona students demonstrate academic excellence and … more
The EVIT Governing Board voted unanimously recently to cut program fees in half for high school students who enroll at the East Valley Institute of Technology for the 2021-22 school … more
Students in EVIT’s interior design program recently completed an interior renovation of a boutique at Mesa’s Jefferson Elementary School, 120 S. Jefferson Ave., where families in need can … more
Are you interested in a career in the fast-growing fields of energy, construction, advanced manufacturing or distribution but don’t know where to start? Register for a virtual skilled trades … more
In January 2020, Central Arizona College was selected to participate in Caring Campus, an initiative of the Institute for Evidence-Based Change funded by Ascendium Education Philanthropy. Caring … more
Volunteers are needed from the community and school employees to determine how to spend more than $6.7 million on capital projects at Apache Junction Unified School District. The district … more
It was a beautiful Tuesday morning but there were lions and tigers and kangaroos, “oh my!” — as it mostly goes in the The Wizard of Oz — all at Apache Junction Unified School … more
Central Arizona College’s Phi Theta Kappa, Alpha Theta Delta Chapter, has been named a 2021 Recognizing Excellence in Acceptance and Completion with Honors Chapter. Chapters that excel in … more
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