In the wake of an Arizona Republic exposé that revealed shocking safety failures in some Arizona school buses, parents of students in the Tempe Elementary and Kyrene school districts can breathe easy.
The new school year is moving with lightning pace, but Kyrene’s new superintendent, Dr. Jan Vesely, still found time to develop her personal-performance targets for the next 90 days.
Students from Arredondo Elementary School will get some real-world experience while their campus undergoes a major remodeling expected to last a full year.
The Padres are making some noise once again in 2016.
It’s hard to believe that August is over and our students, teachers and classrooms have settled into their routines and rituals.
While many school districts across the state struggle to offer electives to middle-school students, the Kyrene district is announcing an expansion, in both the number of choices and the frequency of the exploratory classes, for this academic year, 2016-17.
Overseeing the transition of Kyrene del Norte into a dual language academy is a job Principal Jaime Soto prepared for his entire life.
As a new school year gets underway, the Tempe Coalition wants parents to know there’s plenty they can do to help keep their kids safe and drug-free.
Four Corona del Sol graduates have spread their wings and are ready to take flight as physician assistants this month. The four will be among 90 students who graduate from the Physician Assistant program at Midwestern University in Glendale Aug. 25.
For more than 40 years, generations of students have passed through the doors at Arredondo Elementary School.