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Peoria Unified School District called a special study session Jan. 13 to provide the school board and families with a health update, but did not change course on having in-person learning regardless of Maricopa County health metrics, the benchmarks for formerly determining instruction delivery. more
Peoria Unified School District has announced that all schools will be open for in-person learning, Jan. 12, coming after a sick-out by teachers protesting the school board’s decision in December for students to return to in-person learning regardless of the status of Maricopa County benchmarks, which are currently in the substantial category. more
Mesa Public Schools signed on to two agreements in December designed to promote multigenerational learning for families at four elementary schools and to better prepare low-income students attending … more
To meet the emergency need for nitrile gloves for staff and students for cleaning and disinfecting, Mesa Public Schools Governing Board recently approved paying $45,850. The purchase of 250,000 … more
Bonds approved by voters will fund the $3.9 million cost for artificial-turf fields at Mountain View and Mesa high schools. A contract with General Acrylics Inc. to install the turf was approved … more
Shea Proctor Valley LLC, a California-based subsidiary of Shea Homes, bought 415 acres of land for $46.77 million at the northeast corner of 75th Avenue and Jomax Road in north Peoria at a state land auction Wednesday. more
The Cave Creek Unified School District has a new superintendent. Dr. Cort Monroe, the assistant superintendent of Student Support Services for the Queen Creek Unified School District, was chosen to leader the north Valley district. more
Voters filled three seats on the Queen Creek Unified School District Governing Board in the Nov. 3 election, with one incumbent and two newcomers filling the seats. Educator and incumbent Jennifer … more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey refused Wednesday to impose new restrictions or mandates on individuals even as his own health chief warned of an increasing number of Arizonans becoming infected with COVID-19. more
PHOENIX — A whole set of factors may make Arizona one of the most dangerous places in the country for children to go back to school, according to a new report. The financial advice site … more
Thoughtful and intelligent leaders know there is no easy path through the COVID-19 crisis. 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
An online signature-gathering program for those seeking office in Arizona is OK, but for statewide initiatives, the same system cannot be used to gather qualified elector signatures to meet … more
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