SCC Business School hosts student success, job fair event

Students, including high school, college, and adults considering returning to school for a degree or certificate, are invited to a student [...] Continue Reading →

Arizona AG Mark Brnovich announces settlement with Career Education Corp.

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Thursday, Jan. 3 the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, along with 47 other states and the [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Schools, Hunt & Caraway reach settlement

The Scottsdale Unified School District has reached a settlement with Hunt & Caraway Architects after legal wrongdoings emerged late last [...] Continue Reading →

ASU professor to discuss human influence on the environment

A research professor will discuss the influence human activity is having on the climate and environment during a free Desert Rivers Audubon [...] Continue Reading →

Eagle College Prep students give foster children Christmas presents

Two middle school students from Eagle College Prep South Mountain organized a fundraiser to help foster children at Devereux Advanced Behavioral [...] Continue Reading →

Desert Mountain orchestra, band to perform in London

The Desert Mountain High School Symphonic Orchestra and Marching Band depart for London, England to take part in that city’s 2019 New Year’s [...] Continue Reading →

SUSD considers extending Dr. Kriekard’s contract as national superintendent search fizzles out

Scottsdale Unified School District’s Acting Superintendent Dr. John Kriekard will remain on-board as district leader for the time being, [...] Continue Reading →

Copper Ridge School’s NJHS donates to Child Crisis Arizona

Copper Ridge School’s eighth-grade NJHS members delivered more than $1,300 in donations to Child Crisis Arizona on Nov. 14. According to a press [...] Continue Reading →

Orcutt Winslow meets with community to discuss Cherokee project

Phoenix-based Orcutt Winslow recently met with Scottsdale Unified School District parents, staff and neighbors for the first time to discuss the [...] Continue Reading →

Arizona Department of Education launches website detailing school performance

The Arizona Department of Education launched the state’s School Report Cards website, an education resource created to assist the public learn [...] Continue Reading →