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.
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.
Today, young adults face a multitude of challenges not experienced by many previous generations.
Kids, parents and staff who returned to Arredondo Elementary School had a whole new look awaiting them, and a welcome one at that. The...
Diana Whittle, our education reporter, takes a look at Kelly Alexander, retiring principal of Pueblo Middle School; and Dr. Kyle Ross, the new principal of the school.
The Kyrene district will offer more learning opportunities in the upcoming school year for pre-schoolers who are between the ages of 3 and 5.
Sometimes, it has been said, the challenge facing school budgets is more like an out-of-control rollercoaster ride than a paper-and-pencil exercise—at least that analogy can be applied to the upcoming budget cycle for the Kyrene district.
In this day and age of fast-paced living and instant gratification, you don’t often find people staying in the same job for more than five years anymore.
It’s been a fast-paced year since my first meeting last July with Kyrene’s newly appointed Superintendent Dr. Jan Vesely.
Strong employee engagement was on display at a recent special event to honor staff.