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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
Several students in the Dysart Unified School District are working to give back to each other and the community. more
Highlighting the importance of saving money for children’s post-high school educational and career goals, the second annual essay-writing contest is open to all fifth-graders statewide. more
Although there were previous discussions amongst the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board members to consider changing the start time for regular meetings, there was no formal decision made. more
Arizona State University will not be raising tuition rates for current or incoming students amid the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, with Arizona’s two other state universities following suit. more
Peoria native and ASU student Jessica Hollock was featured in an episode of “The College Tour,” which is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video and Roku. more
Many nursing students might be a little nervous about giving their professor an injection. Not Sarah Idowu. more
Mesa Public Schools has launched a new partnership to improve social and emotional wellness among students, staff and the community. The goal of Move One Mesa is to ignite a culture of learning … more
All four of Surprise’s largest high schools are making final plans for proms in the next month, as signs of normalcy creep into social events for the first time in more of a year. more
Glendale Elementary School District this month voted to proceed with school closures, boundary changes and repurposing of schools to address budget deficits due to declining enrollment, and efforts to reach out to potential new families to try and reverse those trends take place Tuesday, March 30. more
A handful of Queen Creek JROTC cadets from Queen Creek High School and Eastmark High School took a flight in a UH-60 helicopter on Thursday, March 25. more
Several students across Queen Creek Unified School District are learning about a process called participatory budgeting. This process empowers students to decide together how to spend school district … 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
A global pandemic paused scholastic rites of passage including traditions of proms, graduations, parties and more during the 2019-20 academic year, but Scottsdale Schools will turn a past nightmare into a fairytale. more
An $8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor will boost Arizona State University’s efforts to churn out a highly skilled workforce. more
Dr. Tara Armstead was sworn in Thursday, March 25, as the newest governing board member of the A-rated Litchfield Elementary School District. more
California Aeronautical University recently opened a campus at Falcon Field Airport in Mesa. “CAU’s approvals to operate provide educational pursuits in a number of fast-paced, … more
A brother’s broken arm turned one Deer Valley Unified School District student into an advocate for under-resourced hospitals in need. 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
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