I understand that for many of you, TUHSD’s June 17 study session felt like a gut punch and you likely spent the evening and remainder of the week venting your concerns and frustrations to everyone, while trying to rally everyone against the district.
The events occurring in the aftermath of the death of Mr. George Floyd bring renewed attention to racial injustice and the inequities that exist in our society.
We find ourselves in one of the most traumatic, uncertain and challenging times in recent memory.
Class of 2020
- Ex-Chandler mom at center of trail of deaths
- Some gyms defy Ducey’s shutdown order
- COVID-19 surge scrambles start of school year
- Push for more testing as virus cases increase
- TU board defers action on move to axe campus officers
- Family, 2 little girls face gut-wrenching ordeal
- Lakes owner asking U.S. Supreme Court to intervene
- Feds poured millions into Ahwatukee to save jobs
- Nonprofit seeks restraining order against Club West HOA
- Mt. Pointe senior tells board: SROs aren’t the problem
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