Feb. 6 deadline for Tempe Diablos teacher awards

Among students and teachers, the best of the best are due to receive a deserved round of applause—and some significant financial recognition—on Monday, March...

The making of a STAR

At first glance, the STAR program, with its cool math and science projects, field trip and time for play and sports, sounds like a...

Star power dims with pair of recent losses

The departure of Andy Griffith early this month is kind of a biggie for me—watching The Andy Griffith Show after school with my brother...

Dual-language classes now open to pre-K kids

Maria Humphries embarks on her second year of helping pre-K kids master Spanish as a second language. The program is under way at Kyrene...

Architecture students’ futuristic views unveiled in museum display

Visions of the future can spring to life almost anywhere, and this month they’re at the Tempe History Museum. An algae farm, a biodiesel station,...

In high school sports, a call for moderation

At first glance, it appeared that the email to Wrangler News sports correspondent Alex Zener was nothing more than a complaint from a father...

Advanced-math classes won’t count in new GPA policy

Students will be affected by a recent change in how grades are transferred to Tempe Union High Schools when a student takes an advanced...

Lewis Foundation issues annual $20k scholarships

South Tempe-based T.W. Lewis Foundation has awarded scholarships to local high school seniors at its 12th annual scholarship banquet. Recipients are awarded $20,000 scholarships...

Kids get hands-on experience during Arredondo remodel

Students from Arredondo Elementary School will get some real-world experience while their campus undergoes a major remodeling expected to last a full year.

Tempe students find their love of reading energized as members of MCC book club

By Diana Whittle East Valley residents love to read. If you doubt that assumption, take note of the growing participation in book clubs sponsored by...
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