Scottsdale school district board recommends pay raises for all employees

The Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board voted May 29 to include salary increases for all district employees in the district’s [...] Continue Reading →

Camelback Desert School students display 400 artworks at annual show

Students at Camelback Desert School in Scottsdale recently hosted “Taste of the Arts,” an annual public art show featuring more than 400 pieces [...] Continue Reading →

Washington Federal graduates more than 300 students with Certification in Financial Literacy

More than 307 Metro Tech High School students earned their Certification in Financial Literacy diplomas through the Washington Federal Financial [...] Continue Reading →

Copper Ridge students named state winners in STEM Competition

For the second year in a row, Copper Ridge School students dominated Arizona’s annual statewide E-Cybermission competition with sixth graders [...] Continue Reading →

Horseshoe Trails Elementary School has Flag Corps club

Horseshoe Trails Elementary School, in the Cave Creek Unified School District, has a Flag Corps club led by Deb Feibus, fourth-grade teacher. [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Schools honors Charro Foundation for financial contributions

The Scottsdale Charros were honored at the Scottsdale Unified School District last month for their 2017-18 financial contributions to the local [...] Continue Reading →

Paradise Valley High School basketball team earns California Casualty grant

Athletes at Paradise Valley High School, 3950 E. Bell Road, will benefit from the 2018 California Casualty Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grant [...] Continue Reading →

18 Under 18: Two SUSD students named to inaugural list

Two Chaparral High School students — Kira Householder and Karlina Riggs — have been named Junior Achievement’s inaugural “18 Under [...] Continue Reading →

Coronado taps Dexter Brown to lead girls basketball team

Longtime high school basketball coach Dexter Brown will take over the Coronado High School girls basketball program next school year, replacing [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale teens win international leadership scholarships

The Scottsdale Sister Cities Association has awarded scholarships to a pair of graduating seniors for their international leadership. Kyle [...] Continue Reading →