New governing board members list priorities for their terms

The Kyrene School District greeted the New Year with a new line-up on its Governing Board.

Corona Grad Night still needs volunteers, donors

The Corona Grad Night tradition continues and volunteers are still needed.

Statewide schools to gather at Corona for annual marching band competition

More than 2,000 bands from 23 schools statewide will compete at the Arizona Band and Orchestra Directors Assn. annual marching band invitational Oct. 17 at Corona del Sol High School.

Ongoing questions about youth athletic fields

Funding for youth athletic programs Valley-wide continues to raise concern, with the Kyrene School District lately having to confront parents anxious over the use...

Final session in free college planning series

College Connect continues its free Learn, Investigate, Fund, Transition, or L.I.F.T., workshop series from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Jan. 31, at the Tempe...

Educators confront some of the coming year’s challenges,

By Michelle Hirsch Is Common Core really in jeopardy or is it here to stay? This seemed to be the No. 1 question posed to eight...

School boards install 3 new members

By Diana Whittle Starting this month, the governing boards of the Kyrene Elementary and Tempe Union school districts will reflect a few position changes...

Marcos music program plays their way into the NEMC nationwide contest

 Skills learned on the playing field can build more than just athletic prowess. They can lay a foundation for teamwork, for tenacity, for the...

Schools getting major security overhaul

Even before Oslo, Tucson and seemingly countless other tragic attacks around the globe, Kyrene administrators began planning ahead, no matter how remote such an...

Now that Prop 123 has passed, where do we go from here?

Although Proposition 123 passed with the slimmest margin possible—little more than one percent of the vote—officials in the three Tempe school districts say they’re grateful for the win.