Linnig: Voting ‘no’ on SUSD override cripples future students’ potential

My name is Haley Linnig and I am one of the many students that have benefited from growing up in Scottsdale public schools. I have had countless [...] Continue Reading →

Weller: Planning ahead for the benefit of our students

A significant part of our job as Scottsdale firefighters is practicing and training in order to take the necessary precautions that keep the [...] Continue Reading →

Yes To Children: With volunteer help, SUSD override is expected to pass

In this day and age, we suppose our campaign to renew the SUSD budget override is considered “old school.” It is a grassroots campaign driven by [...] Continue Reading →

SUSD Governing Board approves $126K STEAM accreditation funding

Scottsdale Unified School District’s two STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math — schools received approval from the [...] Continue Reading →

SUSD sticks with McPherson & Jacobson in superintendent search

McPherson & Jacobson will return to aid in the Scottsdale Unified School District superintendent search as the Governing Board unanimously [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Schools launches vaping awareness campaign

The Scottsdale Unified School District has taken to its social media channels to share information with parents and students about the health [...] Continue Reading →

Perkel & Norton: Former charter school parents who support the SUSD override

Arizona is a “school of choice” state. But for many families, there is no real choice. If your child is a rapid learner who has no significant [...] Continue Reading →

Kiva named next SUSD bond project during testy discussion

Tempers flared as the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board unanimously approved naming Kiva Elementary School as its next bond [...] Continue Reading →

Beckman: Honoring the ‘Kiva Blue’ legacy as school’s future solidifies

Kiva Elementary School was the first public school built in The Town of Paradise Valley and began welcoming students in 1957. The beautiful red [...] Continue Reading →

Serena: My vote will put Scottsdale students, teachers first

I graduated from Saguaro High School in 2003. In fact I still live within walking distance of the campus. My years as a “Sabercat” helped shape [...] Continue Reading →