Look out President Trump—youth at Mirada Elementary in Chandler now understand leadership skills and stand ready to be accountable for their academic achievement and behavior.
If the Academy Awards presented Oscars to local talent, surely Pueblo’s theater teacher, Julie Hackmann, would have won more than her fair share.
This year marks my 40th year in public education.
By Deborah Hilcove Megan Hardesty is a super mom. That’s the unprompted and indeed unbridled view of Brittany Barnes, a third-grade teacher at Wood Elementary in Tempe. And with Mothers Day just around the corner, what better time to plant the “Super Mom” label on someone who really deserves it. Says Barnes: “Megan was a […]
No matter when this kind of good news arrives, or who receives it, it’s a thrill to say the least.
During the 2016-2017 school year, Kyrene released a solicitation for proposals for English Language Arts instructional materials for grades K-8. Kyrene follows a defined process when considering a resource for adoption.
There’s nothing quite as lonesome as being the kid at school who has no one to play with.
Even though it’s only March, the Kyrene district is already thinking of summer fun and is open for registration to its summer programs.
Is your kinder ready for Kindergarten?
As a longtime Kyrene Corridor resident, Kyrene parent and secondterm Governing Board member, I wanted to share my perspective on the results of a recent audit of the District.