CD2 candidates expected to debate tonight in Vail.
Weekly roundup of education-related news.
Oro Valley couple helps Vail teacher cover licensing fees.
Oro Valley couple steps forward to help Empire High School chemistry teacher.
Empire High School’s production of “Grease” opens tonight at the Vail Theatre of the Arts on Tucson’s southeast side, with performances continuing tomorrow night and Saturday night (see If You Go box).
A golf tournament next month will go toward athletic programs and scholarships at Empire High School.
Empire High School teacher, Christine In ‐Albon, was recognized by the U.S. Department of Interior in Washington, D.C., last week, with the 2013 Partners in Conservation Award for her collaboration on the Cienega Watershed Partnership program.
Whooping cough cases are at an eight-year high in Pima County, and the Vail area southeast of Tucson continues to suffer the deepest consequences of the ongoing problem.
Imagine that it’s 1961 and ordinary teenager Jane Doe has been drafted by the CIA to become a super-secret spy agent. Her mission? Infiltrate an American high school to find a Russian spy who is about to send classified space program information to the USSR.
A case of whooping cough in an unvaccinated child has been confirmed at Sycamore Elementary School in the Vail Unified School District.
One person was airlifted after a two-vehicle crash on the city's southeast side Thursday night, authorities said.
Jake Stollings plays Bud Frump, hailing the need for coffee during the Empire High School production of the musical comedy "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying."
Connor Griffin is J. Pierrepont Finch, a lowly window washer who rises to corporate heights aided by secretary Rosemary Pilkington, played by Emily Beaulieu.
Richard Gremel, stage and music director, leads the cast in an outdoor exercise before last Friday's show. The production was at the Vail Theatre of the Arts, 10701 E. Mary Ann Cleveland Way.
From left to right, Bri Sayles, Corey Craig and Lauren Becker play workers in a 1920s-era factory, in "Radium Girls."
Empire High School's Theatre Department, under the direction of Richard Gremel, presents "Radium Girls" tonight and Friday night at the Vail Theatre of the Arts.
Three Tucson students and two Southern Arizona educators are being honored as part of the 2012 Governor’s Celebration of Innovation.
A science teacher from Empire High School was one of 97 math and science educators honored by President Barack Obama.
Five Southern Arizona high schoolers won overall grand and special awards at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.