Cantor: Beckman, Schild are best candidates for SUSD Governing Board

Vote. Vote. Vote. Please vote! Exercise your rights and responsibilities. Your children, your family (yes, even your pets), your community and [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale school board hopefuls discuss the importance of effective communication

Scottsdale Unified School District voters will elect two people to the local Governing Board Tuesday, Nov. 6. Patty Beckman and Jann-Michael [...] Continue Reading →

Attorney General’s Office reaches civil settlement with Scottsdale Unified School District

The Arizona Attorney General’s Office and the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board reached an agreement Thursday, Oct. 4 that [...] Continue Reading →

Greenburg: it’s time for the Scottsdale Education Association to have a seat at the table

It is certainly no secret that Scottsdale Unified School District has been in turmoil for the past 2.5 years (if not longer). Despite extremely [...] Continue Reading →

Shapiro: no need to rush to decision on next SUSD superintendent

One of the greatest legacies available to the current Governing Board of the Scottsdale Unified School District would be to allow the next group [...] Continue Reading →

Beckman: ‘SUSD Governing Board, when are you going to start listening to your community?’

Today is Sept. 4, and in exactly 119 days, Scottsdale Unified School District will have two new members of the Governing Board; I hope to be one [...] Continue Reading →

Greenburg: accusations, false equivalents and Ms. Schild

My name is Mark Greenburg and I am a resident of Scottsdale, I am a parent of three children, two of whom graduated from Scottsdale Unified [...] Continue Reading →

Greenburg: I can confirm Mr. Mark Greenburg is both my father and the author of the parody website

Thank you for your article titled “Perleberg: we need tools not swords to best serve our district” published in the Scottsdale Independent on [...] Continue Reading →

SUSD begins to evaluate next steps with bond revenue expenditures

A hired consultant is evaluating the Scottsdale Unified School District’s $229 million bond to understand how best to spend available funds. On [...] Continue Reading →

Perleberg: we need tools not swords to best serve our district

Previous Scottsdale school boards, this board, and future boards will continue to grapple with the unrelenting efforts by private and charter [...] Continue Reading →