Mock auto auction revs up at Tavan Elementary School

Hagerty’s Test Garage at Tavan Elementary on Wednesday, Jan. 16, was a huge success teaching local students about the classic car world in [...] Continue Reading →

Superior Court halts former Scottsdale Schools CFO trial due to AG’s lack of equitable disclosure

A Superior Court ruling in a case between the state of Arizona and former Scottsdale Unified School District Chief Financial Officer, Laura T. [...] Continue Reading →

On the record: Scottsdale school board members talk pursuit of priorities in new year

The Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board is settling into 2019 with a singular focus of making good on a promise: Delivering an [...] Continue Reading →

Cantor: Proper decision making is key for Scottsdale Schools

It is a new term for some of you and a first term for some. Some of us greet you with trepidation. You bring individual agendas developed during [...] Continue Reading →

2019 Outlook: Scottsdale Schools Governing Board freshmen identify priorities

On Jan. 10, Jann-Michael Greenburg and Patty Beckman will take their seats atop the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board — [...] 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 →

Annual hike brings Desert Canyon students closer to Scottsdale’s nature

Desert Canyon Elementary School’s 20th year celebration continues with its annual tradition of hiking the McDowell Mountain Preserve. Students in [...] Continue Reading →

Redfield Elementary kindergarten student, mother tragically killed

On Tuesday, Dec. 11, the Scottsdale Unified School District announced the death of a Redfield Elementary School kindergarten student and his [...] Continue Reading →

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 →