Sock it to ‘em

Kyrene Middle School students launch drive to help needy kids

Energy tutors help schoolkids learn a real-life lesson

Two fifth-grade classes at Hudson Elementary learned a real-life lesson from SRP about energy usage and conservation that could help their school—and their parents—save money.

‘We are a Kyrene family’

News of awards catches teachers off guard

Kyrene, Tempe Union switching to mail-only for bond-election voting

It’s election season, but gone are the days of waiting to cast a ballot in person at your local polling place

Padres hope beloved coach can win one more battle

The gymnasium at Marcos de Niza High School filled with students and staff at a special assembly to cheer on football coach Paul Moro who was recently diagnosed with advanced lung cancer.

Critical need for support of school-funding ovrrrides

Community leaders from the three cities where Tempe Union High School District campuses are located have taken to the streets in support of an override election, passage of which they say is critical to forestall a multi-million-dollar funding cut by 2021.

Brainy idea: Pedaling basics of bike repair

Recycle a Bicycle: How could the brains behind this idea have picked a catchier moniker for their budding bike repair class?

Program pushes kids to reach their full potential

Kyrene unfolded its 2017 – 2018 school year with the launch of a newly redesigned program placing added emphasis on providing middle school students with the educational tools and support systems they need to achieve at maximum potential.

Teachers go back to schoolday roots

It was a homecoming—and a happily reminiscent one at that—for the new teachers who paid a first-time return visit to the same Kyrene school they attended as kids.

The Last Word

Today, young adults face a multitude of challenges not experienced by many previous generations.