Paul Honeywell joins Maricopa Ambulance as training, clinical manager

Maricopa Ambulance has announced that Paul Honeywell joined the company on Sept. 16 as training and clinical manager. Honeywell recently served [...] Continue Reading →

General Assembly skills-based education launches in Scottsdale

Global education provider General Assembly announced, today, its regional expansion to provide individuals and organizations with necessary [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale teens link hope notes for Teen Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

Scottsdale teens were among students to turn handwritten messages of hope into paper chains surrounding their schools and the Arizona State [...] Continue Reading →

Cave Creek, Cactus Shadows hosts visiting Chinese students

High school students from Yichang, Hubel Province in China made their inaugural trip to Cave Creek and Cactus Shadows High School from Aug. [...] Continue Reading →

Auh: My journey into Japanese culture with High School Diplomats

Hi there. My name is Jonathan Auh, and I am a junior at Desert Mountain High School. This past summer, I had the opportunity to attend High [...] Continue Reading →

Hohokam Elementary heads toward renovation, new additions

Hohokam Elementary School is en route for a renovation with new additions. The Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board unanimously [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Schools lays groundwork for new superintendent search

The search is on again for Scottsdale Unified School District’s next superintendent as the Governing Board dissected its next steps in finding [...] Continue Reading →

Sonoran Trails Middle School students win 2019 Heritage Grant Award

Sonoran Trails Middle School announces that eighth graders from the 2018-19 school year won a grant from the Arizona Game & Fish Department. [...] Continue Reading →

Fountain Hills volleyball to raise awareness for AZ Teen Lifeline

Fountain Hills High School volleyball teams are making an extra effort this September to bring awareness to the resources provided by AZ Teen [...] Continue Reading →

PVSchools curriculum specialist participates on UNESCO project

Janice Mak, a science curriculum specialist at Paradise Valley Unified School District, is participating in a United Nations-sponsored project [...] Continue Reading →
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