Tempe Diablos to honor educators in May 4 livestream event

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The Tempe Diablos will recognize outstanding educators serving the Tempe community Monday, May 4 during the 31st annual Excellence in Education ceremony.

KMS students honored for compelling Holocaust essays

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The Holocaust dealt its horrific blow decades before students at Kyrene Middle School were even born, but three of them have been honored for...

Schools to remain closed, officials discuss online graduation

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By Joyce Coronel Students in the Kyrene, Tempe Elementary and Tempe Union High School District will not be returning to school to complete the 2019-2020...

How public schools, ASU are meeting the challenges

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Editor’s note: The following article was published before Governor Ducey’s new executive order for schools to remain closed through the end of the school...

Tempe fire, police deliver a message for change to kids at Tempe schools

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Story and Photos by Noah Kutz Headlines across the nation read similarly: “They shared a bunk bed growing up. Both were killed by the police”...

High school producers to be awarded in Oscars-themed film contest

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Film and television students from the Tempe Union High School District just put a wrap on competition in the district’s second annual film festival. The...

Aprende school recognized for unique way it motivates students

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By Diana Nelson Students who needed just a bit more encouragement to excel in school are receiving it and their school just landed a notable...

Big Brothers, Sisters provide welcome one-on-one mentoring

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By Robyn Martinez Every Tuesday during the school year, Scales Technology Academy is filled with volunteers from Big Brothers Big Sisters. Each week, select second- through...

For aspiring young writers, pros offer some inside tips

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By Diana Nelson Kids at Kyrene Middle School, in the English-Language Arts class, received tips from professional, published writers during the recent Young Writers Conference. It’s...

Schools become former cop’s new full-time beat

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By Joyce Coronel Noah Johnson spent 26 years with the Tempe Police Department. Now, he’s making sure students, staff and volunteers in the Kyrene school...
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