Scottsdale Schools revises names of two elementary schools

Two Scottsdale Unified School District elementary schools will be altering their names to better reflect the curriculum model occurring within [...] Continue Reading →

Fixing Our Scottsdale Schools: An update on the bond package

It’s been nearly one year since Scottsdale voters approved a $229 million bond package to upgrade and renovate schools within the Scottsdale [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale elementary robotics team heads to world competition

In an almost empty elementary school campus in Scottsdale on a Monday afternoon in March, the cries of joy, defeat and loss could be heard [...] Continue Reading →

Next bond projects outlined by Scottsdale school board

The Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board has given Hohokam Traditional School the green light to begin planning for a complete [...] Continue Reading →

Hohokam community addresses Scottsdale school board

A total of 11 people made public comment at the start of the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board regular meeting, held at Coronado [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale school board eyes potential alternations to be made at southern schools

The Scottsdale Unified School District is not giving up its fight to retain and attract students by focusing on the programs, culture and [...] Continue Reading →

Hopi, Hohokam earmarked as first schools to receive renovation

Hundreds of students and 75 teachers and staff who call 56-year-old Hopi Elementary School home look to be the first cohort of Scottsdale Schools [...] Continue Reading →

Team Talon represents Scottsdale at robotics world-competition

The Hohokam Traditional School robotics team, Team Talon, competed in the VEX World Competition April 23-24 . The team came in 94th out of 145 [...] Continue Reading →

Hohokam students, Scottsdale PD host joint robot practice

The Scottsdale Police Department SWAT team will visit Hohokam Traditional School, 8451 E. Oak St. in Scottsdale, for robotics practice at 3 p.m. [...] Continue Reading →