Kyrene teachers got some good news and some unsettling news as a result of some decisions the Governing Board made at its Feb. 23 meeting.
COVID-19 transmission in Ahwatukee continues to plummet and is now largely at levels indicating minimal or moderate spread, according to data released last Thursday by the Maricopa County Department of Public Health.
When the Tempe Union High School District Governing Board meets tonight, March 3, something possibly unprecedented among Arizona school districts will become a regular part of its meetings.
The Arizona Department of Education wants to make sure parents understand their kids will be getting letter grades this year – and to drive home the point, the department sent the message last week in capital letters.
Republican senators gave the go-ahead Monday for what could be a huge expansion in the use of tax dollars to send children to private and parochial schools.
As Tempe Union High School District plans to reopen campuses for four days a week on March 15, administrators are examining everything from what instruction will look like to how students will stay socially distant.
Kyrene School District officials have signed off on a 77-year lease with developer ViaWest for the use of a 28-acre parcel of land along the I-10 between Chandler Boulevard and Ray Road in Ahwatukee.
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