Prescott High will have version of school resource officer this year, thanks to benefactors
An anonymous donor and two local foundations have supplied $45,000 to assure Prescott High School will not lose the school resource officer program due to city and school budget constraints.
Latest news, close at hand
When it comes to adolescent news habits, many teens admit their interest tends to be parochial; they care most about what affects them.
The brothers Goligoski known in this region as the educational good guys
The Goligoski brothers — Mark, Stan and Greg — are three of Prescott’s favorite sons.
A leading, state-wide education advocacy organization, AZ Schools Now, laments that state lawmakers, including the Prescott region’s delegation, voted for bills that they suggest do not adequately support public education.
Prescott Unified School District Superintendent Joe Howard is known as an upbeat optimist. Yet on Monday he admitted he was a bit down in the dumps.
But area patriots suggest respect warrants repair of ragged ones
Roger Lesley in Chino Valley remembers with clarity standing in his first-grade class with his hand over his heart after learning how to say the Pledge of Allegiance to the Stars and Stripes.
Be wary of rodent burrows and keep cats inside
Most folks might think a return of Bubonic plague is the thing of horror movies: a made-up scare conjured up from the Middle Ages when the “Black Death” killed two-thirds of the European population.
Prescott High School senior Alexa Rosdahl is a proud product of the Prescott Unified school system and eager to provide insights that might help shape decisions that will impact future generations.
The Elks Theatre & Performing Arts Center will transform into the “Heartbreak Hotel” on Friday, Aug. 18, with a musical nod to the King of Rock and Roll, the late Elvis Presley.
Closing dates scheduled for next month
The Prescott Unified School District is at the finish line with selling off the three buildings the community agreed to put on the market some two years ago.