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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
Students looking for a summer project will have the chance to “learn and earn” through the Sandra Day O’Connor Institute. more
Three Arizona students received, at a June 6 ceremony, the Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame Society Scholarship on merit of their academic achievement and contribution to the mission of the Arizona Veterans Administration. 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
A trio of cross-country runners from Xavier College Preparatory and Brophy College Preparatory have organized a virtual fun run with the aim of benefiting St. Vincent de Paul. more
Jobs for Arizona’s Graduates recently announce Honeywell has hired two JAG students to help produce personal protective equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. more
Several students from Xavier College Prep achieved the highest award in the International Thespian Society. more
Scottsdale Unified School District expressed its gratitude to the Scottsdale, Paradise Valley and Phoenix police departments for their efforts at the district’s schools as part of National Police Week. 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 the country collectively continue to practice social distancing and take the appropriate health precautions to fight the coronavirus, many recognize that this difficult time can be physically and mentally taxing for all. more
During COVID-19 shutdowns, Arizona Science Center aims to build on its mission to inspire, educate and engage curious minds through science. more
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation will launch a free online learning tool for K-12 students this week with the introduction of the Frank Lloyd Wright Virtual Classroom. more
Grand Canyon University’s aspirations to rise in Division I women’s basketball will be in the hands of new ‘Lopes head coach Molly Miller, a two-time Division II Coach of the Year who leads all active college basketball coaches in winning percentage. more
New Grand Canyon men’s basketball head coach Bryce Drew announced the addition of three assistant coaches, each with coaching experience at the Power Five level. 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
Thunderbirds Charities recently awarded the Assistance League of Phoenix $50,000 grant to support its Operation School Bell. more
With most schools in Arizona closed through April 10 due to the coronavirus, not all students are off the hook when it comes to class time. Remote learning is becoming a part of the social … more
The Dysart Unified School District is celebrating its 100th year of educating the community during the 2020-2021 school year. The district was established as a one-room schoolhouse in 1920 by … more
Arizona’s Children Association, among the state’s oldest and largest child welfare and behavioral health nonprofit agencies, announces additions to its leadership team. more
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