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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
A student-led committee, including those from Williams Field High School, are making efforts to unify this year's seniors to show appreciation to Arizona’s healthcare workers. Williams Field … more
Students who are graduating this year from Higley High School participated in a parade of vehicles May 20 with a traveling DJ leading the procession. Students were asked to wear their caps and … more
Higley High School’s Lindsey Giles and Taryn Trigler were recently named 2020 National Merit Scholars, an honor awarded to less than 1% of high school students nationwide. Both students are … more
A Gilbert mortgage broker stepped in to fill a much-needed gap recently when it presented Higley Unified School District with a check to pay off debt from unpaid student meals. The donation means … more
Elyse Torbert is the new principal of Queen Creek Elementary School, 23636 S. 204th St. The hiring of Mrs. Torbert was approved at the March Queen Creek Unified School District Governing Board … more
Erin Pillsbury is the new principal of Desert Mountain Elementary School, 22301 S. Hawes Road in Queen Creek. The hiring of Mrs. Pillsbury was approved at the April Queen Creek Unified School … more
The number of full- and part-time students enrolled at Central Arizona College is in a downward trend over the last 10 years, while Communiversity at Queen Creek and its partner educational … more
After closely monitoring the developments with the rapidly evolving situation with COVID-19, the J.O. Combs Unified School District has extended spring break through March 20, at a minimum. Any … more
The first encounter of a reasoned explanation solving the world’s mysteries can become the spark to a mind fueling a lifetime of curiosity. The study of science --- the seeking of truth … more
J.O. Combs Unified School District students of the month for March were celebrated at a recent Governing Board meeting. The district partners with Banner Ironwood Medical Center to administer the … more
Thursday night at Sunrise Mountain’s gymnasium was one in which you could have cut the tension with a knife. The Casteel-Sunrise Mountain girls 5A quarterfinal game went down to the final … more
A total of 45 teams of middle-school students from Arizona created future cities in large tabletop models and showed them Jan. 25 at the DiscoverE’s Future City Competition regional finals at … more
Two field trips for Queen Creek High School’s robotics team and one for Eastmark High School students to attend a leadership conference were recently approved, The Queen Creek Unified School … more
Legacy Traditional School in Queen Creek recently held its science fair. Many entries were presented with four winners in each grade for science and engineering, according to a release. The … more
The EVIT Governing Board voted unanimously recently to reinstate Dr. Chad Wilson as superintendent of the East Valley Institute of Technology after the state attorney general's office dismissed … more
The Queen Creek Town Council honored 20 students at the Feb. 5 Star Students ceremony. The ceremony recognized elementary school students who are helpful and considerate of others while … more
The Queen Creek Unified School District is hiring. "We actively seek highly qualified, dedicated employees to work in our district. If you are interested in joining our talented team, check out … more
On Wednesday, Jan. 15, a ribbon cutting was held at Poston Butte High School signifying the official launch of CAC Connect, a Poston Butte educational partnership. CAC Connect is a new and … more
Queen Creek educators Marie Semodio (bottom row, fifth from right) and Michelle Capriotti (bottom row, third from right) were honored recently, and asked to march in the Dec. 28 Desert Financial … more
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