Weekly roundup of education briefs.
Team will use money to buy pole vault poles.
Four students win Steve Engle Memorial/Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce scholarships.
16 students named
Nat’l Merit Scholars
7 Tucson-area schools share tech grants
Two students from Flowing Wells High School earned the title of Arizona’s top high school technicians after winning the Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills State Finals.
PHOENIX — With a tune on her mind, Lexi Adelberg settled down enough in a big situation to put the Ironwood Ridge softball team one win from a return to the Division II state championship game.
PHOENIX – The Marana softball team – family, rather – pulled off its second straight upset on Thursday night with a 4-0 win over No. 11 Phoenix Greenway, guaranteeing the 14th-seeded Tigers at least two more games together.
Summer reading program features digital books
Sixteen Tucson-area teens are being recognized Thursday by the Comcast Foundation Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Program.
Rio Nuevo took steps this week to help move along a potential downtown hotel and exhibition center.
Marana High School’s Special Olympics basketball team faced an unlikely opponent — a squad of officers from the town’s Police Department — in preparation for an upcoming basketball competition.
Last fall, when Salpointe Catholic and Ironwood Ridge faced off in the Game of the Year, it was the Lancers who got to spoil the Nighthawks’ chance of a perfect season.
With three weeks left in the football season, Nogales and Cienega both need to win out to have any chance at getting back to the state playoffs.
If you’re a football fan and love an old-style high-scoring shootout, Tucson High School is the place to be on Friday night.
The award-winning Marana High School dance team, along with dance groups from all over Arizona, will perform Friday at the team’s 11th Annual Hip-Hop Show.
The girls swim coach at Mountain View High School was fired Friday.
With $2 million in bond funding, two Marana Unified School District high schools are revamping their football fields with synthetic grass.
Because schools are now in session, the Oro Valley Police Department is advising drivers to be extra cautious when driving in populated areas and school zones.