Story & photo by Robyn Martinez Nevitt Elementary students, staff, and parents were in for a big surprise Monday morning after winter break when they...
By Diana Nelson Students at Kyrene de la Mariposa Elementary School are now one step closer to the opportunities awaiting them in an increasingly digital...
Kayla Bond goes above and beyond in her role as a cafeteria manager. Since the start of the school year, Bond has been serving as...
When parents regularly talk to their teenagers about drugs, those young people are 42 percent less likely to use them.
Data prepared and released by officials of the Kyrene School District show disturbing trends by race, pointing to more behavioral problems and less academic achievement among black students.
The hefty U.S. Army truck parked outside the gymnasium at Marcos de Niza on a rainy Monday morning was the first clue that the day’s physical education class was going to be anything but average.
Members of the Kyrene Superintendent’s Community Council will focus on the topic at a Governing Board meeting Tuesday, Oct. 23, at the district’s main office.
“Where’s that pizza going?” the student asked. “We get that question all the time,” Dodds chuckled.
The jump from elementary school to middle school can be a tricky one but there’s an innovative program that can help students make that transition a bit more gracefully.
Kyrene Middle School is gaining momentum on its turn-around mission—to improve its scholastic ranking and also its reputation in the community—under the leadership of newly appointed principal Julio Martinez.