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The True Life Companies is headed for the exit door from Ahwatukee as former owner Wilson Gee prepares tomorrow, Sept. 20, to foreclose on his $8.6 million note the developer signed more than two years ago in its ill-fated quest to build an “agrihood” on the site of the defunct Ahwatukee Lak…
Upset with a ruling that knocked a tax hike for education off the ballot, some education advocates are trying to get voters to turn one or two Supreme Court justices out of office in November.
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Our priority must be to ensure the success, safety, and well-being of our students. We do this by truly learning more about how our students, families, and community feel we should approach our duty to prepare our students.
I believe the Tempe Union High School administration has worked diligently to ensure a quality education for the students of our area. While attending board meetings during the last two years, I listened to many presentations by the administration.
The need for funding our K-12 public education and our three Arizona State universities is paramount. Absent state funding, these critical institutions would certainly be crippled, decreasing the quality of education for students state-wide.
The most important priority our state faces in future years is continuing to restore funding to our K-12 schools and universities.
The ultimate goal of Kyrene must be to educate our children and position them for success as adults. I am a Kyrene dad with two children in our Kyrene schools. All students should be prepared academically, socially and emotionally when they promote from Kyrene to high school.
I am Michael Middleton, and I am running for Kyrene School District’s governing board. I will never put politics over children.
My wife and I moved to Ahwatukee in 1988 because of the Kyrene School District. Our two sons are thriving as professionals in mechanical engineering and data science due to the excellent educational foundation they received in Kyrene schools. Today’s students deserve no less.
The challenge for all school districts is to make sure they are meeting the needs of all students.
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