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Whether one is heading to the big game or just about town this week and especially next weekend, there are a few of watchwords to remember, according to Valley public safety and transportation officials: Plan ahead and leave early — well before the scheduled 4:30 p.m. kickoff.
A former teacher at Highland High School in Gilbert was sentenced to eight years in prison on Jan. 16 for having sex with an underage student.
Recently inaugurated Gov. Doug Ducey reiterated points about education and economic reform made at his State of the State address during the 2015 East Valley Breakfast with the Governor on Jan. 14.
For me, the New Year is a time for lists instead of resolutions. Part of this includes filling my 2015 calendar, and plate with new local drinks, dines and good times.
Associa Arizona has been selected to manage the Cooley Station North Community Association.
For the past few years there have been many changes made by the Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board. Many of those changes brought quite a bit of attention to the community.
Being recognized for one’s craft is always a rewarding feeling; whether it comes in a form of a “thank you” or an award.
The number of new homes in Gilbert might slow down by the end of 2015, but officials from the town, chamber and school districts anticipate an uptick in business and a few technology changes for the education vector.
The Suns once again fail to make the playoffs, missing Channing Frye’s presence on and off the court.
Registration has started for parents interested in signing their kids up to participate in the Higley Youth Sports League.
Gilbert’s 2014 was filled with a mix of progress and tumult among its governing entities. Its main school district continued to earn high marks but still went through a contentious year, while the town government itself currently faces a suit in the U.S. Supreme Court.
Members of the Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board are backing away from a controversial decision they made to redact a portion of a widely used biology textbook.
So the Great Textbook Redaction ends not with a bang, but a whimper.
The Higley Unified School District is accepting applications for its Mandarin Choice Program for the 2015-16 school year.
Nothing has attracted more attention in Gilbert during the past two years than the antics of Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board member Daryl Colvin. Now that the dust has settled from the last election, the question is can Colvin be an effective member after the community resoundingly rejected his backed candidates, and by connection his policies.
It’s been a good, long run for Hamilton High School principal Fred DePrez. But he has decided the time has come for him to walk away.
ore than 40 students from Power Ranch Elementary School in Gilbert recently wrapped up a project in which they created more than 500 holiday cards for soldiers serving overseas.
Officials from the town of Gilbert and Saint Xavier University have reached an agreement to give the school a temporary home in town and improve the aesthetics of a downtown building.
Students from Centennial Elementary School’s art club decorated a tree for the Gilbert Festival of Trees.
Centennial Elementary School’s art club students created this tree for the Gilbert Festival of Trees held Nov. 21 and Nov. 22. [Courtesy Higley Unified School District]
Community members who reside within the Gilbert Public Schools’ boundaries will have to wait a little longer to find out exactly how the district will redact several of its textbooks, a decision that may have become finalized during the meeting.
The Higley Unified School District has named three finalists to fill the governing board seat vacated by Denise Standage.
Oh, boy. Here we go. Another wild ride in Arizona education. Of course, there’s the election of Diane Douglas as State Superintendent of Public Instruction, the invisible candidate who will become, maybe, a very visible opponent of Common Core in her new role. After all, that was her one issue in the campaign.
Dear Gilbert Public Schools Board Members and Dr. Kishimoto,
Thanksgiving is coming.