The Granite Creek corridor is on target to be transformed into what city leaders expect will be a true resident and tourist attraction.
Between the front parking lot and entrance of the Taylor Hicks Elementary School is an irregular quadrangle swath of gravelly dirt mixed with ant hills and a concrete bench beneath a large juniper tree.
If most teens are truthful, the very act of navigating adolescence is a challenge — the rigors of high school and the push to find one’s passion can create an undercurrent of pressure to perform when they might not yet be confident about their direction, or even feel ready to make such choices.
Local and national education agendas are the talk of area communities now, and eligible voters come the Nov. 8 election will have choices to make on the nonpartisan candidates they wish to help guide their districts for the next four years.
All one need do is spend a couple minutes with Humboldt Unified School District Superintendent John Pothast to discern his education heart is vested in making certain every child sees themselves as a capable learner.
Like many public educators and district leaders these days, Prescott Unified School District Governing Board members and administration are getting queried on a variety of concerns related to everything from whether the schools teach Critical Race Theory to the status of enrollment.
The Yavapai County Education Service Agency has earned some bragging rights — its renewed accreditation with what is one of the highest rating scores in the nation.
Joe Howard is a one-time Prescott High wrestling champion and crab fisherman in Alaska’s Bering Sea.
September VIPs at Bradshaw Mountain Middle School. The nominations were presented by Principal Jessica Bennett.