Humboldt Elementary School celebrated its 2020-21 VIPS at the Humboldt Unified School District board meeting Tuesday, April 13 — three individuals identified as gems who propel the unique history and traditions of the district’s oldest school.
Better Together. The title of a Launch Pad Teen Center program sums up the belief of many teen leaders as they think about the kind of community and world they want to live in — an inclusive one where people of all walks of life, races and cultures are welcome. They see that vision as the way all become “better together.
When it comes to dollars coming to Humboldt Unified School District, the Governing Board was cautious Tuesday night, April 13, not to get too excited about news that the federal government is promising a possible $11 million to $15 million in additional emergency COVID relief.
The statistics of suicide in Yavapai County are sobering. In 2020, the Yavapai County Medical Examiner’s Office identified 73 suicides, three of them between the ages of 13 and 17, 10 between 18 and 29 and the largest number, 14, between ages 60 and 69.
In a year of unprecedented challenges, Prescott High School is about to endure another – Principal Mark Goligoski, a 1989 Badger and state champion athlete, is resigning his post at the end of the school year to accept a new position in the Marana Unified School District in northwest Tucson.
Hope is an action word, most poignant when all seems lost and impossible to achieve.
Fans of vintage, bargains, friends Donna Schmidt and Julie Cave strolled the aisles of the downtown Prescott NOAH’s Thrift Store a week or so ago to see if there might be a rare find they must take home.
With some students recently testing positive for COVID-19, Chino Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) Superintendent John Scholl gave an update on the virus situation in schools and indicated that the governing board has no immediate plans to change the trajectory of the learning model.
United States Navy veteran Robert Cordaro is a lifelong student of nutrition, eschewing red meat in favor of a more vegetable-based diet.
Catholic Charities’ operates a medical loan closet at its downtown Prescott office on Gurley Street intended to help those who may need a walker, a cane, or even a wheelchair or raised toilet, but cannot afford such equipment.