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This is the sixth in a series of questions asked of Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board candidates. more
This is the fifth in a series of questions asked of Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board candidates. more
This is the fourth in a series of questions asked of Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board candidates. more
This is the third in a series of questions asked of Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board candidates. Voters will decide among these four candidates for the two open four-year seats on the … more
The Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board took a first step Sept. 27 Gtoward adopting a number of policy changes and additions in the aftermath of the past session of the Arizona … more
Seven candidates for two Mesa Public Schools governing board seats have filed signatures to be on the ballot at the Nov. 8 election. According to the Maricopa County school superintendent’s … more

This is the second in a series of questions asked of Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board candidates. more
Four candidates are running for two seats that have full four-year terms on the Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board.   more
Mesa educators, business leaders and city council members endorsed a community literacy initiative to ensure children are prepared for kindergarten at a Sept. 14 Education and Workforce Development … more
Seven candidates for two Mesa Public Schools governing board seats have filed signatures to be on the ballot at the Nov. 8 election. According to the Maricopa County school superintendent’s … more
A total of 22 Mesa high school seniors have been named class of 2023 semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship program. The semifinalists named Wednesday in the 68th annual National Merit … more
Mesa Public Schools is hosting a career fair 2-4 p.m Wednesday in Building 2 of the Curriculum Services Center, 549 N. Stapley Drive. The district has openings in a wide range of positions … more
TruWest Credit Union recently strengthened its longstanding partnership with Mesa Community College and support of students participating in its First Year Experience program with a $40,000 grant and … more

The Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce recently hosted the 2022 Queen Creek Business Education Summit to build links between local leaders, businesses and area students. The event took place Thursday … more
Gilbert Public School board members unanimously agreed to grant the Gilbert and Mesa Police Departments emergency access to the district’s surveillance system as part of an intergovernmental … more
Meta — formerly known as Facebook — and DPR Construction have partnered to bring Hardhat in Hand, Meta’s nationwide skilled trades training program, to Meta’s Mesa Data … more
Reset, recharge and reimagine with Mesa Arts Center as it celebrates teachers and the start of a new school year. An educator appreciation and preview night is 4:30-6:30 p.m. Aug. 18 at Mesa Arts … more
Gilbert Public Schools will not be adding any additional novels to its approved novel list this school year, officials said. more
Gilbert Public Schools has been busy upgrading security, including more work on school lobbies this summer to increase safety. Superintendent Shane McCord acknowledged at a governing board study … more
Gilbert Public Schools is moving ahead with a second phase to the district’s energy project that will bring lighting upgrades, smart irrigation and some artificial turf. The district will be … more

Teachers and support staff in the Queen Creek Unified School District (QCUSD) are getting a pay raise after the QCUSD Governing Board unanimously approved salary increases for all employees during … more
Gilbert Public Schools started its new school year in July this year, the result of a new calendar the governing board passed the plan in February 2021. more
Members of the School Facilities Oversight Board visited the Queen Creek Unified School District (QCUSD) on Wednesday Aug. 3 to learn about the growth in the community and the school district. The … more
In direct response to industry needs, Mesa Community College has launched a construction trades program with the fall 2022 semester. “We’ve seen tremendous success in our construction … more
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