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The Arizona Department of Economic Security has given a $60,300 child care COVID-19 grant to Silver Valley Elementary School in the Queen Creek Unified School District. Nearly 2,000 child care … more
Even though most schools have transitioned to remote learning, Fulton Homes is continuing its annual School Salute program to encourage students to continue developing their love of music. Held in … more
Mesa Public Schools is telling its families to prepare for landing as the district prepares for a shift to modified in-person learning by Sept. 14. more
The Bryce Drew era of Grand Canyon University men’s basketball begins with a 2020-21 schedule that potentially features six nonconference opponents who won 19 or more games and a GCU Arena return visit from San Diego State. more
Teachers and students across the Valley and Florence are starting the school year with new tools to help them learn more about history and social science thanks to grants by SRP. The history and … more
The Mesa Community College Evelyn H. Warren Child Development Lab has made a shift to virtual early childhood teaching and learning. more
Valley schools prepare to begin online learning in the early weeks of August as parents offer insights into the various degrees of staying home or returning to the classroom. more
The Abrazo Health Family Medicine Residency at Abrazo Central Campus recognized its class of 2020 during graduation ceremonies on June 27. more
Mesa Public Schools announced its final plans for reopening schools in the fall with the district taking a phased approach to returning to in-person learning, one that has no plans to return to in-person by Aug. 17. more
Like an old-fashioned game of freeze tag, many norms synonymous with going back to school are at a standstill until things can somewhat melt back to normal. more
Jobs for Arizona’s Graduates announces that Honeywell has hired two JAG students to help produce critical personal protective equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Campus closures around Arizona created new challenges for Arizona schools, from how to deliver education to how to provide food to those students who rely on them for meals. A small population in … more
Shane Hilstrom is the new baseball coach of Eastmark High School. The hire was approved at the May 20 Queen Creek Unified School District Board meeting. Coach Hilstrom takes on the role of EHS … more
For the 35th straight year, a cohort of Arizona’s highest-achieving high-school seniors has chosen to forego attending out-of-state universities and accept the Flinn Scholarship. more
As healthcare workers grimly face a national shortage of medical supplies, nursing programs from Arizona’s community colleges are organizing and donating personal protective equipment to … more
Due to the public health threat posed by COVID-19, the Maricopa County Community Colleges District will continue to practice social distancing to ensure the safety of students, faculty, staff and … 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
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
The East Valley Institute of Technology has donated 2,500 masks and personal protection equipment, including about 350 isolation gowns, to a northern Arizona medical facility in need of … more
PHOENIX – The outbreak of COVID-19 has disrupted sporting events over the world, but the Arizona Interscholastic Association provided a hint of normalcy on Monday. The AIA Board announced that … more
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