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Trivium Prep student Keston Zimmerman was recognized as the Reserve Grand Champion Market Steer for the cattle show for the Maricopa County Fair, which has been canceled due to COVID-19. The fair … more
A Litchfield Park student was among Arizona’s highest-achieving high-school seniors chosen to forego attending out-of-state universities and accept the prestigious Flinn Scholarship. The … more
The Arizona Game & Fish Department is providing free lesson plans, books, workshops and more to share engaging activities for students of all ages, including a “Wildlife Activity of the … more
Sylvan Learning of Goodyear is offering free, live mini camps for elementary, middle and high school students this week through Friday, April 24. The camps are led by real in-home tutors through … more
Banner Children’s is encouraging kids and students to join the “Clean Hands Club” by taking part in a coloring challenge while learning about the importance of proper handwashing, … more
This month hundreds of students from Great Hearts Academies will be picking up the contents of their lockers, desks and cubbies after volunteers cleared and continue to clear out the schools. The … more
      Teacher of the Year nomination deadline April 30 Applications available online Nominations for the 2021 Arizona Teacher of the Year Awards through the Arizona … more
After a national search process, Estrella Mountain Community College, 3000 N. Dysart Road, Avondale, has named Kristina Scott Dean of Student Services-Retention. “The search committee was … more
Assistance is still available through Estrella Mountain Community College, 3000 N. Dysart Road, Avondale, during the coronavirus closure. Student services are still actively working, and college … more
Every year, Buckeye Union High School District destroys special education records that have been archived for five years. This year, the district will begin destroying records from the 2014-15 … more
      West Valley preschool to remain open for first responders’, heathcare workers’ children Registration fees waived at Surprise childcare … more
Young artists living in Goodyear can vie for scholarships, ribbons and Best of Show recognition when they submit their original artwork to the city’s Arts and Culture Commission’s 2020 … more
The Conservatory of the Arts program at Desert Edge High School, 15778 W. Yuma Road, Goodyear, has been recognized as one of the best music programs in the Valley after being named the February … more
Edkey, Inc., also recognized as Sequoia Charter Schools, has purchased 8.66 acres within Buckeye Parkway Center at the southeast corner of Interstate 10 and Verrado Way in Buckeye. The company paid … more
Construction students at Southwest Campus of the Western Maricopa Education Center (West-MEC)–a public career technical education district–received a trailer donation from Sutter Masonry. … more
In the end, the decision about what to do with spring high school sports seasons shortened by the spread of COVID-19 was wholly out of the hands of the Arizona Interscholastic Association. Early … more
Beginning Monday, March 30, Agua Fria Union High School District will deliver free grab-and-go meals to families of children ages 18 and younger at 11 sites throughout the district to augument pickup … more
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman announced Monday, March 30 the extension of school closures through the end of the school year. more
Arizona Game & Fish has been developing new digital resources that can be accessed by students and others from the comfort of their home during safety quarantine conditions due to COVID-19 … more
A colorful Litchfield Elementary School District van rolled into Avondale’s Rio Crossing neighborhood Wednesday morning, March 25 on what would normally be a school day, pulling up to the curb … more
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