Ahwatukee resident Manroop “Mandy” Kaur has taken a big step toward realizing her dream by participating in the White Coat Ceremony at the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix.
Diana Darmawaskita started her career managing commercial construction, and now she’s building young minds.
While the temperatures suggest we have a lot of summer ahead, our Kyrene staff is preparing to welcome students to a wonderful school year.
Growing up, the thought of going back to school didn’t exactly make me happy.
Last year, the average teacher spent about $500 out of his or her own pocket for classroom supplies, according to the Education Market Association. One in 10 spent $1,000 or more.
When Arizona students return to school in August, a new law could make the state’s Empowerment Scholarship Accounts available to all 1.1 million of them. Unless a grassroots group of opponents has its way.
A national Phi Delta Kappa/Gallup poll found that most parents don’t have a clear understanding of what charter schools are or how they operate.
Principal Darcy DiCosmo has a dream for her K-5 classes at Kyrene de los Cerritos Leadership Academy in Ahwatukee.
On Aug. 3, children enrolled in the Kyrene School District’s 25 elementary and middle schools will bound or trudge through school doors, possibly sporting new clothes and new backpacks.
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