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MARGARET WRIGHT
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MARGARET WRIGHT

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Students in OR grads of Kyrene schools? One graduate of Kyrene that just started at Corona del Sol, a 6th grader at Kyrene Middle School and a 4th grader at Waggoner Elementary. Occupation: Adjunct professor of biology. Years in...
TRINÉ NELSON
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TRINÉ NELSON

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Students in OR grads of Kyrene schools? Yes, I have a 7th and 2nd grader who attend Kyrene schools. Occupation: Curriculum Manager Years in the district: I’ve been involved with the Kyrene School District since 2014 when my...
WANDA KOLOMYJEC
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WANDA KOLOMYJEC

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Students in OR grads of Kyrene schools? Not anymore. I had three attend and “graduate” from Kyrene. Occupation: ASU professor and community organizer Years in district: 26 Educational background: BS biology, MA social justice...
MICHELLE FAHY
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MICHELLE FAHY

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Students in OR grads of Kyrene schools: My daughter attended Kyrene K-8, is now a student at ASU and I worked as a teacher and trainer in Kyrene for 19 years. Occupation: Teacher, Instructional Technology Coordinator, starting my...
IVAN ALFARO
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IVAN ALFARO

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Students in OR grads of Kyrene schools: 4 Occupation: Executive director at a national learning company. Years in district: 11 Years Educational background: A.A., Mathematics/Spanish (MCC); B.S. business administration (UOP);...
Amid enrollment dip, CGCC shifts to more online classes
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Amid enrollment dip, CGCC shifts to more online classes

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By Kevin Reagan Arizonan Staff Writer In an unprecedented move to limit the risk of students contracting the coronavirus, the majority of Chandler-Gilbert Community College’s classes will be taught online in the upcoming fall...
New software to aid study of local school performance
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New software to aid study of local school performance

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By KAYLA RUTLEDGE, Staff Writer Newly developed interactive software may be putting Arizona at the forefront of modernized decision-making for K-12 education. The technology could have a positive impact on the state’s...
Indoor rock-climbing business sprouting up in EV
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Indoor rock-climbing business sprouting up in EV

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By Ariella Nardizzi Contributor Once regarded as an extreme sport for “mountain men,” the popularity of rock climbing has skyrocketed – especially at indoor centers – with more facilities opening in the East Valley to...
Arizona Charity Cares For The Smallest Citizens
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Arizona Charity Cares For The Smallest Citizens

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By Coty Dolores Miranda Contributor Arizona Needy Newborns, with chapters in Ahwatukee and Mesa, brought the holiday season in early as members and community guests joined together for the annual Christmas Stocking Stuffer last...
Most Chandler Public Schools Earn An ‘A’ From State
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Most Chandler Public Schools Earn An ‘A’ From State

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By Colleen Sparks Managing Editor Most campuses in the Chandler Unified School District are at the head of their class when it comes to the state’s letter grades. Across the district, 26 schools earned the letter grade “A”...