The Kyrene governing board will meet Tuesday, Jan. 22, to vote on three major cost-cutting measures that the administration this week tweaked to make them more palatable to parents and district employees.
A proposal by Kyrene school officials to have staggered class start and end times across the district’s 25 schools could save as much as $1.2 million, but some parents are complaining that it would throw their homelife into chaos.
Vandals broke into Desert Foothills United Methodist Church in Ahwatukee and emptied two fire extinguishers throughout the building, disrupting not only Sunday services but a number of community organizations that meet there as well.
People who wanted to watch Monday’s inauguration of the state’s top officials in person paid a steep price if they didn’t want to be stuck in the cheap seats – or left standing.
The True Life Companies knew what it was getting when they bought the defunct Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course and should not be let off the hook for rebuilding it just because they lost a gamble, the attorney for two homeowners told the Arizona Court of Appeals last week.
The days of parents having to trudge over to Kyrene School District’s Tempe headquarters to register a new child are over as the district prepares to launch a new tool in its competition for enrollment.
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