Simpson: Coronado High parents see positive CSI outcomes

It is pure folly for Governing Board members to think the CSI could turn Coronado around in one year. As the parent of a CHS student in his [...] Continue Reading →

Copper Ridge music students perform at community event

Copper Ridge School’s sixth, seventh, and eighth grade band and orchestra students entertained the crowd at a community event. According to a [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale students deliver holiday joy at Phoenix elementary school

For over 25 years students from Saguaro High School have been participating in the Holiday Buddy program at David Crockett Elementary,  located [...] Continue Reading →

Travails of Scottsdale Schools superintendent search reveal underlying hurdles

The national application process to be the next superintendent of the Scottsdale Unified School District have been closed, as of 5 p.m. Tuesday, [...] Continue Reading →

The stark reality of hurdles to success at the Coronado Success Initiative

Just like “The Little Engine That Could,” the staff at Coronado High School is remaining hopeful that their students can rise to meet the goals [...] Continue Reading →

Newly-elected school board members look forward to Scottsdale Schools future

Two community members have been elected to the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board for a 2019-22 term. Paradise Valley resident [...] Continue Reading →

Unofficial election results: Prop. 420 passes with 70 percent of ballots cast

The unofficial Nov. 6 Maricopa County election results show that Scottsdale’s ballot question No. 1 and Prop. 420 both passed. In the Scottsdale [...] Continue Reading →

To grow or to consolidate? SUSD officials give smallest schools 2 years to improve enrollment

In what appears to be a last-ditch effort to not close any schools, the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board gave a proverbial head [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale school board hopefuls offer candid response to pointed questions

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

SUSD parent alleges curriculum lacks substance, teaches activism instead

A Scottsdale Unified School District parent alleges the educational entity’s curriculum focuses mainly on activism instead of educational [...] Continue Reading →