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.

Kids learn kindness by ‘buddying up’

There’s nothing quite as lonesome as being the kid at school who has no one to play with.

Kyrene schools’ 2017 summer classes give kids a place to escape the heat-and have...

Even though it’s only March, the Kyrene district is already thinking of summer fun and is open for registration to its summer programs.

Array of vacation offerings coming to Tempe Elementary

Is your kinder ready for Kindergarten?

First Person: Bernadette Coggins

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.

Responding to audit’s findings will be part of ‘visioning’

An extensive audit of the Kyrene School District is complete, and now the heavy lifting begins: responding to the findings.

Eighth-grader motivated by her passion for music

Music is like fire, an eternal flame that has placed itself in the hearts and souls of

In-depth analysis of where Kyrene has been, where it needs to go

Editor’s note: At the invitation of Dr. Jan Vesely, Wrangler News education writer Diana Whittle sat down with the new superintendent to cover progress...

Differences in brains of boys, girls should guide teaching strategies

It’s not often that a New York Times best-selling author comes to town, but Dr. Michael Gurian was well-received by area residents during a free workshop sponsored by the Tempe Union High School District.

Therapists agree: Veggie gardens grow happier kids

Can gardening help heal minds?